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... when he retires from business it is into money that he converts the whole, and
not until then does he deem himself to have realized his gains : just as if money
were the only wealth, and money's worth were only the means of attaining it.
part of the community, and in some degree even the whole of it, possess leisure.
Only a portion of time is required for procuring food, and the remainder is not
engrossed by anxious thought for the morrow, or necessary repose from
What the less advanced tribes did from necessity, the more prosperous did from
ambition and the military spirit : and after a time the whole of these city-
communities were either conquerors or conquered. In some cases, the
conquering state ...
Since materials are destroyed as such by being once used, the whole of the
labour required for their production, as well as the abstinence of the person who
supplied the means for carrying it on, must be remunerated from the fruits of that ...
Suppose that this second half of the labouring population ceased to work, and
that the government or their parishes maintained them in idleness for a whole
year : the first half would suffice to produce, as they had done before, their own ...
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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