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... superintending industrial occupations, left no alternative but to allow to the
cultivators, as an incentive to exertion, some real interest in the soil. If, for
example, they were compelled to labour, three days in the week, for their superior
, the ...
natural. objects. - - Labour is either bodily or mental; or, to express the distinction
more comprehensively, either muscular or nervous; and it is necessary to include
in the idea, not solely the exertion itself, but all feelings of a disagreeable kind, ...
The muscular exertion, however, which it required, was very severe and
exhausting, insomuch that it was often selected as a punishment for slaves who
had offended their masters. When the time came at which the labour and
sufferings of ...
The productive operations, or in other words, dullest human being, instructed
beforewhen made use of by persons engaged Newton could not have produced
the in industry, must be regarded in the Principia without the bodily exertion ...
I shall, therefore, in this treatise, when speaking of wealth, understand by it only
what is called material wealth, and by productive labour only those kinds of
exertion which produce utilities embodied in material objects. But in limiting
myself to ...
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