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Third Remarks Upon an Essay Concerning Humane Understanding

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Remarks Upon an Essay Concerning Humane Understanding

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...Excerpt: I Am always best pleas'd with that Philosophy and those Speculations that have the safest aspect upon Morality and Religion and for I know you are....

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Remarks Upon an Essay

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Notes and Annotations on Locke

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...Preface: THE reputation of Mr. Locke is too well known to stand in need of any eulogium and every publication tending to elucidate of valuable a production as his ESSAY on HUMAN UNDERSTANDING cannot but excite the attention and be worthy the patronage of the Literati more especially for when effusing from the pe...

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The Original Growth Propagation and Condition of Feuds and Tenures

By: Knight Service

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...Excerpt: In the great Cafe of Tenures upon the Commission of Defective Titles argued by all the Judges of Ireland and published after their resolution by the commandment of the Lord Deputy this year 1639 it fell our upon the fourth point of the cafe to be affirmed ....

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Reflections Upon a Book

By: John Norris

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The Circle of Commerce or the Balance of Trade in Defence If Free Trade

By: E. M. Merchant

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...e delighted much in the delightfull skill of Pieture fent a Courtier in poft hafte to all the principall cities thereof to take a touch of the rareft and beft Mafters in that Science....

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Treatise of the Canker of Englands Com

By: Ghrrabd de Malynes

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...ght bonorable) hane beretofore a-bafed themfelues to regard the lesft teftimonie of good will alberit procee ding from men of mcaneft reckening which and due com....

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Logical Tracts

By: John Locke

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...ed for the improvement in the art of reasoning of such young students in divinity as art able to read the writings of Mr. Locke, Bishops Butler, Hurd and Warburton, with those of Dr. Balguy, Powell and Ogden: as for all others, whether the admirers of Meffrs. Hutchinson, Jones (of Nayland, commonly called Trinity Jones) Romaine, Milner, Overton, Swedenborg, &c. &c. no man ...

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Studies in History, Economics, And Public Law

By: Isaac A. Hourwich

...STUDIES IN HISTORY, ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC LAW. EDITED BY THE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE OF... ...LTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE. Volume llJ [Number 1, THE ECONOMICS OF THE RUSSIAN VILLAGE. TABLE OF COSTEXTS. PAC. .............. ...ni~tlc pea*ant household-0r1,olns of private property In Innd-Patrin~o~iv and fee-Slavery tesultlng from the obllgntlon of loan-Tenure In fee an ins... ...tes held bv the no billty; abol~tlon of the dlstlnction betneen p~tilmonv and fee-The poll tax-Slaves and self3 put upon a coilinion foc3tlng-Fmanc~... ...ing the American reader to sorne one portion of the vast Russian economic literature which, because of the lan- guage, remains as yet completely unk... ... ently an " occidentalist," sided with the slavophiles, and in a I0 THE ECONOMICS OF THE RUSSIAN VILLAGE. I I series of brilliant articles laid ... ...y- shefsky was 'the spiritual leader of the social movement that I2 THE ECONOMICS OF THE RUSSIAN VILLA G E. I3 sprang up from the disappointment... ...f the day within the village, and the most warmly discussed topic both in literature and in adminis- trative circles. The peasantist regarded the de... ...accounts for the little attention paid to the employing farmer in Russian literature, even in the statistical investigations. Still the need of hire...

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...Introduction: THE awful famine which has lately been raging over an area as large as the territory of the Dreibzrnd, and inhabited by a population as numerous as that of the allied Republic, has called the attention of the whole civilized world to the condition of the starving Russian peasant. A movement has been set on foot in this country...

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Principles of Political Economy

By: William Roscher

...?BBP EBGLIBH AHD AXEBICAH EDXTIOi?, OH PAPER MONEY, INTERNATIONAL TRADE, AND THE PROTECTIVE SYSTEM; AND A PRELIMINARY ESSAY ON THE HBTORICAL METH... ... 1878. Sated according to Act of Congress, in the pear eighteen hundred and soventp-dght, BY CALLAGHAN & CO., In rho 06b of the Librarian of Cong... ...e hope that this translation will fill a place hitherto unoccupied in the literatures of England and America, and fill it all the more efficiently a... ...ation will fill a place hitherto unoccupied in the literatures of England and America, and fill it all the more efficiently and acceptably, as Prof... ...s. Thus, this work may serve both as a hnnd- book and as a history of the literature of Political Economy. St~ldents of the science know how little ... ... menschliche Willensfrei- hcit, 1367, is an important contribution to the literature of this question. 6 Wlmtely, in his fourth lecture (Lectures, 1... ...tas per~nutntionis (after Aristot., Eth. Nicom., V. 7,) in the ethics and economics of the scholastic middle ages, and in the time of the Reformatio...

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...Excerpt: TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE. OUR literature is rich enough in works on the principles of Political Economy. So far as the translator is informed, however, it possesses none in which the science is treated in accordance with the historical method. We may ther...

... Goods. 3. Three Classes of Goods. 4. Economic Value - Value in Use. 5. Value in Exchange - Free Goods. 6. Alleged Contradiction between Value in Ute and Value in Exchange. Resources or Means. Valuation of Resources. Wealth. Signs of National Wealth. Economy (Husbandry). Grades of Economy in Common. Political Economy -Idea of an Organism. Origin of a Nation's Economy. Dise...

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Monetary Theory before Adam Smith

By: Arthur Eli Monroe

... ...................................................................... 50 Chapter XV: Introductory. .................................................... ........................................................................... 96 Chapter XXV: Introductory. .................................................. ...odern Age. A knowledge of this material is, therefore, indispensable for a proper appreciation of the work of later writers. No survey of early moneta... ...kens, tickets, or counters.” 424 In other words, money originated as an aid to credit transactions. Though not very successful, this is rather intere...

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...ore, indispensable for a proper appreciation of the work of later writers. No survey of early monetary theory has been available in English, however, and no adequate one in other languages. This was brought home to me some years ago, when I was trying to evaluate the work of certain early American pamphleteers, and as a result I abandoned my original project and undertook ...

........................ 50 Chapter XV: Introductory. ....................................................................... 50 Chapter XVI: The Origin and Functions of Money. ................................ 53 Chapter XVII: Some Questions of Policy. ............................................... 55 Chapter XVIII: The Coinage System. ..........................................

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The Development of English Thought, A Study in the Economic Interpretation of History

By: Simon N. Patten

...Patten, Ph. D. Professor of Political Economy, Wharton School of Finance and Economy, University of Pennsylvania 1899. Batoche Books Kitchener 2001 ... ... history has been chosen to illustrate this theory, because the conditions and circumstances isolating England for many centuries have made English th... ...isolating England for many centuries have made English thought more normal and more uniform than that of her continental neighbours. The advantages of... ... societies and make classifications suited to their present conditions. In economics, for example, the division of producers into landlords, capitalis... ...s would be absent, or at least too vague to create epochs in history. Thus economics and {esthetics treat of goods, while morals and religion treat of... ...r environments. Yet from another standpoint, morals should be classed with economics, and religion with aesthetics. Morals and economics deal with equ... ...of the period, that being a discovery of the present century. The pamphlet literature of the eighteenth century voices one long wail of hard times. Th... ... aware of the great agricultural changes of the period. This fact made the literature on the land problems of much more importance to Smith than that ... ...ith’s thought, we must follow his development rather than that of economic literature. Like other English moralists aroused by the writings of Mandevi...

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... confusing maze into which the presentation of details often leads. English history has been chosen to illustrate this theory, because the conditions and circumstances isolating England for many centuries have made English thought more normal and more uniform than that of her continental neighbours. The advantages of England?s insular position are too well known to need re...

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A Study in Industrial Organization a Report to the Electors of the Gartside Scholarships on the Results of a Tour in the United States in 1906-7

By: Douglas Knoop

...r I: Introductory Remarks. ........................................................................... 6 Chapter II: Business Enterprise. ............... ...................... 6 Chapter II: Business Enterprise. ............................................................................. 8 Chapter III. Th... ..................................... 41 Chapter V: The Establishment of Retail Stores by Manufacturers. ..................... 50 Chapter VI: The Control... ...es particularly to men with a technical training, but it is expected of them that they shall be more than mere chemists, engineers, etc. Their educati... ... reasons for making improvements out of capital, or out of profits, a description of the negotiations for underwriting a new issue of stock or bonds, ... ...inced of the very important part played by advertising in modern business systems, and this is recognised by the university organising a class in this...

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...Preface: The Report which follows contains some of the general impressions which I gained after travelling for about nine months in Canada and the United States of America. Most of my time was spent in the large cities of the East, where I came in touch with various members of the business community, and had frequent opportunities of appreciating how close is th...

..... 6 Chapter II: Business Enterprise. . ............................................................................ 8 Chapter III. The Establishment and the Scale of Industrial Concerns. . ............... 30 Chapter IV. Integration and Subsidiary Work. . ................................................... 41 Chapter V: The Establishment of Retail Stores by Manufacturers. ...

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Monopoly and Competition, A Study in English Industrial Organization

By: Hermann Levy

...ustav Fischer, Jena, in 1909. I owe my thanks to Messrs. Fischer for giving their consent to its translation. To My Friend Sir Hugh Bell, Bart In Grat... .......................36 C h a p t e r I V . C o m p a r i s o n w i t h G e r m a n D e v e l o p m e n t ......................5 5 Part II. Free ... ... ........146 C h a p t e r X . Q u e s t i o n s o f O r g a n i s a t i o n . ...............................1 9 2 Chapter XI. Theoretical Conclu... ...s are not by any means the only evidence from which we can picture the anti monopoly movement of the seventeenth century. They are supported by an abu... ...competition among wholesale manufacturers which had been looked upon hitherto, and particularly in England, as the inevitable result of an immutable l... ...estricted to so small a circle of industrial interests — restricted, that is to say, in comparison with the importance of English industry in internat...

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...ther European state. It is true that, as elsewhere, industrial undertakings found their freedom of movement restricted by the survival, partly in law and partly in custom, of the gild system; but much as these restrictions were opposed to the interests of large capitalist industries, they could not repress the many enterprising spirits who were eager to use to the full the...

...cts of Monopolies: Their Fall...........................36 Chapter IV. Comparison with German Development......................55 Part II. Free Trade and the Earliest Monopolist Combinations..............70 Chapter V. The Doctrine of Free Competition...........................71 Chapter VI. Monopolist Combinations in English Mining..................77 Part III. The Modern ...

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The Legal Property Relations of Married Parties

By: Isldor Loeb

...STUDIES IN HISTORY, ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC LAW EDITED BY THE FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE OF COLUMBIA UNI... ...to express my thanks to many persons from whom I have received assistance and suggestions during the pro- gress of this investigation. I am especial... ...y indebted- ness to Professor E. R. A. Seligman, of Columbia University, and to my friend and colleague, Professor Frederick C. Hicks. ISIDOR LOEB.... ...unscomb, S. Whitney, Bankruptcy. In Columbia College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, Vol. 11. New York, 1893. Essa?s in Anglo-Saxon L...

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...1898; in some instances the legislation of 1899 has been examined. I desire to express my thanks to many persons from whom I have received assistance and suggestions during the progress of this investigation. I am especially indebted to Professor Munroe Smith, of Columbia University, under whose direction my studies in jurisprudence were prosecuted. It is fitting that I ma...

... . . 36 &j 6. The Married Woman as a Trader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 5 7. The Married Woman's Capacity to sue and be sued . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 8 8. Right and Duty of Household Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 46...

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Cartels, Concerns and Trusts

By: Dr. Robert Liefmann

...net Introduction. ........................................................................................................... 5 Pa... ................ 5 Part I: The Nature And Origin Of Cartels. ........................................................... 29 Chapter I: Economic Federatio... ................. 110 Chapter XI: Effects On The Workers. ................................................................ 117 Chapter XII: Effects on Te... ...e makes available to English readers the best known and most frequently quoted study of industrial combination from the German point of view. There is... ...missions of Inquiry. Robert Liefmann, Cartels, Concerns and Trusts , 249 (ii) If warranted by the urgent requirements of the national economy, the R... ...receive support from scientific political economy, many of whose representatives are excessively prone to pronounce assessments of this kind. The resu... ...hich exception has been taken on the ground of §4; or (3) the contracts or resolutions have reference to the same class of goods or services. §6 The R...

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...Introduction: This volume makes available to English readers the best-known and most frequently quoted study of industrial combination from the German point of view. There is an abundance of literature on the trusts, from economists who have lived close to that evolution, and the trusts, by their mor...

...ontents. Introduction............................................................................................................5 Part I: The Nature And Origin Of Cartels............................................................29 Chapter I: Economic Federations, Associations And Companies.......................30 Chapter II: The Nature Of Cartels..........................

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The Systems of Nature

By: Baron D'Holbach

...@gto.net Table of Contents The System of Nature. Volume 2 ............................................................... 4 Chapter I. Of the confute... ............. 43 Chapter IV. Of Pantheism, or of the Natural Ideas of the Divinity. ......... 55 Chapter V. Of Theism or Deism; of the System of Optimism... ...ch result to men from their Notions on the Divinity, or of their Influence upon Morals, upon Politics, upon the Sciences, upon the Happiness of Nation...

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...Excerpt: The System of Nature. Volume 2. Chapter I. Of the confuted and contradictory ideas of Theology. Every thing that has been said, proves pretty clearly, that in despite of all his efforts, man has never been able to prevent himself from drawing together from his own peculiar nature, th...

...Table of Contents The System of Nature. Volume 2 ............................................................... 4 Chapter I. Of the confuted and contradictory ideas of Theology. .............. 4 Chapter II. Examination of the Proofs of the Existence of the Divinity, as given by Clarke. ........................................................................... 19 ...

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The Growth of the City State

By: W. R. Halliday

... ! " Rathbone Professor of Ancient History in the University of Liverpool 1923. Athenian Stra... ... this. And what, then is to be regarded as the origin of government? Will not a man be able to judge best from a point of view in which he may behold ... ... progress of states and their transitions to good or evil? Cleinias... What do you mean? Athenian Stranger . I mean that he might watch them from the ... ...s. 13 It was the settlements on the islands and on the coasts of Asia that led the way in navigation and consequently in civilisati... ... architecture and sculpture which has hardly been equalled and never surpassed, they laid the foundations of all the sciences from geome... ...verness, strong particu larly where the Greeks were weak, in a sense of discipline. Compared with that of Greece, Rome's artistic legacy is... ...rency into general use and by the hardships imposed by the pressure of the Megarian War. The transition from agriculture to commerce as...

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...menace of a further instalment will not materialise unless the book proves in fact to be of practical use. It may be that it falls between two stools and while too elementary for advanced students it may be too difficult for beginners. After the war, when the necessity for rubbing up my recollections of elementary facts was urgent and I was re-reading the main classical au...

......... 4 Lecture I. Geographical Influences. The Migrations of Peoples. ........................... 7 Lecture II. Geographical Influences: The Greeks and the Sea. ............................ 17 Lecture III. Geographical Influences: The Western Mediterranean. .................... 33 Lecture IV. The Growth of the City State. ....................................................

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Industrial Combination

By: D. H. Macgregor

.................................................... 52 Chapter IV. Resource. .............................................................................. .................................................. 72 Part II. Trusts and Cartels, and Their Relation to Trade Unions. ......................... 86 Chapt... ... Relation to Trade Unions. ......................... 86 Chapter I. The General Causes of Trusts and Cartels. ............................................ ... important of these is derived from the fact that this book is written in England, where Trusts and Cartels have not yet become a matter of public agi... ...d as follows. Firstly, there is involved what may be called the “productive efficiency” of the firm. It is of this factor that account is almost exclu... ...n has become more prominent in recent times, since it has been raised in respect of international trade relations. As we have said, this question cann... ...y the implication of an open market with casual purchasers, of a market in the old and narrow sense of the term. It is needless to point out that this... ...advantage or the incidence of a disadvantage. Tendencies to combine which are in their nature aggressive have received less than their share of attent... ...and that this is due to features of competition not directly analogous to those presented from the side of capital. This contention is certainly well ...

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...ombination from some new points of view. Not the least important of these is derived from the fact that this book is written in England, where Trusts and Cartels have not yet become a matter of public agitation. To a great extent, foreign literature on this subject is political rather than economic in tone, and descriptive rather than analytical in its content. While there...

................. 52 Chapter IV. Resource. .......................................................................................... 72 Part II. Trusts and Cartels, and Their Relation to Trade Unions. ......................... 86 Chapter I. The General Causes of Trusts and Cartels. ......................................... 87 Chapter II. Comparative Causes and Structures. .....

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