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" But if public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice and equality are desired, association, not isolation, of interests, is the school in which these excellences are nurtured. The aim of improvement should be not solely to place human heings in... "
The New York social science review: a quarterly journal of sociology ... - Page 60
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1866 - 591 pages
...prudential foresight and self-government, this moral condition may be seen without displeasure. But if public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...of improvement should be not solely to place human heings in a condition in which they will be able to do without one another, but to enable them to work...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 10

Theology - 1870
...prudential foresight and self-government, this moral condition may be seen without displeasure. But if public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...isolation, of interests is the school in which these excellencies are nurtured." It is obvious that the existing ideas and institutions of property must...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1875 - 591 pages
...prudential foresight and self-government, this moral condition mav be seen __ without displeasure. But if public ' spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...without one another, but to enable them to work with or foi- one another in relations not involving dependence. Hitherto there has been no ulternative for...
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Journal of social science

American social science assoc - 1882
...would be scarcely any community of interest, or necessary mental communion with other human beings. " If public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...the school in which these excellences are nurtured." [Mills Pol. EC., Vol. H., p. 351-2, 5th London Ed. It is from such influences we discern the elevation...
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Some Ethical Phases of the Labor Question

Carroll Davidson Wright - Christian sociology - 1902 - 205 pages
...would be scarcely any community of interest or necessary mental communion with other human beings. " If public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...the school in which these excellences are nurtured." * It is from such influences we discern the elevation of an increased proportion of working people...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1904 - 591 pages
...desired, association, not isolation, of interests, is the Khool in which these excellences are tortured. The aim of improvement should be not solely to place...which they will be able to do without one another, but U- сваЫе them to work with or for one »mither in relations not involving dependence. Hitherto...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1904 - 591 pages
...prudential foresight and self-government, this moral condition may be seen without displeasure. But if public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...interests, is the school in which these excellences are I nurtured. The aim of improvement should be not solely to place human beings in a condition in which...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Classical school of economics - 1909 - 1013 pages
...prudential foresight and self-government, this moral condition may be seen without displeasure. But if public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice...excellences are nurtured. The aim of improvement should be-JC not solely to place human beings in a condition in which they will be able to do without one...
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Science of theocratic democracy

Du Bois Henry Loux - Democracy - 1920 - 265 pages
...spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice and equality are desired," Mill could remind everybody, "association, not isolation, of interests, is the school in which these excellences are nurtured. Hitherto there has been no alternative for those who live by labour, but that of labouring either for...
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Science of Theocratic Democracy

Du Bois Henry Loux - Democracy - 1920 - 265 pages
...Mill's sayings, in spirit, were the reverberations of Hume's aspirations for the perfect commonwealth. "If public spirit, generous sentiments, or true justice and equality are desired," Mill could remind everybody, "association, not isolation, of interests, is the school in which these...
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