Corporate poverty

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Corporate poverty is the practice of refusing to own property, either individually or corporately. This practice of Middle Ages religious communities developed based on Christian religious beliefs. Practical considerations generally allow for some exceptions.[1]

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  1. ^ Johnston, William M. (2000). Encyclopedia of monasticism, Volume 1. Taylor & Francis. p. 429. ISBN 1-57958-090-4.