Нравственное государство через конституционные аспекты экономики (в рамках дискуссии о проблеме нравственного государства и его российских особенностях, предложенной И.М. Рагимовым в связи с книгой С.Н.Бабурина «Нравственное государство»)
This article assesses the moral state and the issues of economy and property rights raised in S. N. Baburin's monograph "The Moral State: a Russian view of the values of Constitutionalism". In the analysis of the relationship between the concepts of the common good and the economy, the emphasis is placed on the need to consolidate the constitutional goals and standards of the common good, planning elements in the form of federal laws. For a moral state, the significance of the economic results of the activities of public authorities is inextricably linked with the philosophical and moral choice of society. The article substantiates the position on the importance of the form of ownership for the methods of management that serve to strengthen the economic system, traditions and moral foundations of this society. A special place in the article is occupied by the analysis of the concepts of academicians D. S. Lvov (moral economy) and V. S. Nersesyants (civilitarianism) on improving fair principles in the Russian market economy, overcoming the alienation of citizens from the national heritage, public property. These proposals are considered from the perspective of real constitutional instruments for the formation of a moral state.