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This leads to an important distinction in the meaning of the word wealth, as
applied to the possessions of an individual, and to those of a nation, or of
mankind. In the wealth of mankind, nothing is included which does not of itself
answer some ...
... or by individuals, who by superior force, or by availing themselves of religious
or traditional feelings of subordination, ... or to the benevolence or ostentation of
here and there a rich individual, whose fortune, if traced to its source, is always ...
Manufactures, again, are sometimes carried on by scattered individuals, who
own or hire the tools or machinery they ... or two; and Sometimes in large
establishments, of which the funds are supplied by a wealthy individual or
These functionaries are not indeed employed exclusively in the protection of
industry, nor does their payment constitute, to the individual producer, a part of
the expenses of production. But they are LABOUR AS AN AGENT OF
But when (as in political,economy one should always be prepared to do) we shift
our point of view, and consider not individual acts, and the 'uotives by which they
are determined, but national and universal results, intellectual speculation must ...
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Pragmatic or muddled? Mill sets out to explore economic principles but, ultimately, finds that there is no principle which doesn't have any amount of conceivable exceptions. You have to wonder why its ... Читати огляд повністю