One of the fundamental social issues essential to the understanding of the economic crisis, especially the modern, is the concept of human person and responsibility. Among social stereotypes, superstitions and ideas, that get from the sphere of colloquial thinking to economics, or at least to some of its theories, is a conviction about the autonomy of the economy in relation to society and culture, as well as axiological and causal dominance over them. There are little “superstitions” so absurd, arguing with common sense and the reality that would so firmly underlie many theories as “social obviousness”. They create the ground for them. Unfortunately muddy. In this context, I present here a sketch of an attempt to include the concept of responsibility and social inequalities to a theoretical model useful to explain important aspects of the economic crisis.