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The work of Baltasar Gracián, one of the great writers of the Spanish Golden Age, has been interesting for philologists, moral philosophers and political theorists but it has hardly been relevant for economists. This paper explores the writings of this great author of the baroque period in order to emphasize the analysis of human nature derived from his work. Gracián suggested a very similar notion to that used by other Spanish contemporaries: one which possessed a great number of the qualitiesdoi:10.25115/eea.v32i1.3201 fatcat:ie5c4xdqovcyhndrqqclwfmfsu