And it is not a sufficient explanation to ascribe them exclusively to the deees of
knowledge, possessed at dif. erent times and places, of the laws of nature and
the physical arts of life. Many other causes co-operate; and that very progress
Unless the labourer, before commencing his work, possesses a store of food, or
can obtain access to the stores of some one else, in sufficient quantity to maintain
him until the production is completed, he can undertake no labour but such as ...
... a sufficient residue to remunerate the plough-maker's labourers, give the
plough-maker a profit, and a profit to the farmer on i.d. § 3. From these
considerations it appears, that in an enumeration and classification of the kinds of
industry which ...
... to medical treatment: it is not principally from economical motives that persons
have a limb amputated, or endeavour to be cured of a fever, though when they do
so, there is gene. rally sufficient inducement for it even on that score alone.
labour beyond a bare subsistence, could possibly have arisen: since whatever is
so paid, is not really applied to production, but to the unproductive consumption
of productive labourers, indicating a fund for production sufficiently ample to ...
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