Sergei Bulgakov, one of the prominent thinkers of Russia's "Silver Age," that era that preceded the Communist takeover of Russian society and represented a particularly rich period of Russian thinking and offered a critique of Marxism only recently rediscover in the West, argues that economics has its foundation in the relationship between man and nature. Economic activity is actually the expression of this relationship reveals both divine ordering and activity within the creation.
- Sergiĭ Bulgakov, Philosophy of Economy: The World as Household. (Yale UP, 2000)
- Bruce V. Foltz, "The Resurrection of Nature: Environmental Metaphysics in Sergei Bulgakov's Philosophy of Economy." The Noetics of Nature: Environmental Philosophy and the Holy Beauty of the Visible. 88-112 (Fordham UP, 2014)
- Daniel P. Payne, and Christopher Marsh. "Sergei Bulgakov's 'Sophic' Economy: An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Christian Economics."Faith and Economics 53 (2009): 35-51. https://www.gordon.edu/ace/pdf/F&ESpr09PayneandMarsh.pdf
- Krassen Sanchev, "Sergey Bulgakov and the Spirit of Capitalism | Stanchev | Markets & Morality." Sergey Bulgakov and the Spirit of Capitalism. Journal of Markets and Morality, Spring 2008http://www.marketsandmorality.com/index.php/mandm/article/view/228/219