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" This is partly intelligible, if we consider that only through the principle of competition has political economy any pretension to the character of a science. "
Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ... - Page 235
by John Stuart Mill - 1899
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1866 - 591 pages
...effect of competition, and to take into little account the other and conflicting principle. They arc apt to express themselves as if they thought that...shown to be the tendency of competition to do. This i partly intelligible, if we consider that only through the principle of competition has political...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1885 - 591 pages
...COMPETITION AND CUSTOM. 1 . UNDER the rule of individual property, the division of the produce is tne result of two determining agencies : Competition,...economy any pretension to the character of a science. Bo far as rents, profits, wages, prices, are determined by competition, laws may be assigned for them....
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Politcal science quarterly

1887
...The Postulates of English Political Economy, written just before his death. John Stuart Mill had said that "only through the principle of competition has...economy any pretension to the character of a science," 1 a dictum that compressed into a sentence the economic system of Ricardo, James Mill, Senior,...
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The Modern Distributive Process: Studies of Competition and Its Limits

John Bates Clark, Franklin Henry Giddings - Competition - 1888 - 69 pages
...The Postulates of English Political Economy, written just before his death. John Stuart Mill had said that " only through the principle of competition has...economy any pretension to the character of a science," 1 a dictum that compressed into a sentence the economic system of Ricardo, James Mill, Senior,...
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Hermathena, Volume 6

Literature - 1888
...quite distinct from the question of the ownership of the various requisites of production. VIII. ' Only through the principle of competition has political...economy any pretension to the character of a science' : JS Mill, Principles, Book п., ch. iv., i. There is here a confusion between ' science ' and '...
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The Journal of Political Economy, Volume 1

James Laurence Laughlin, James Alfred Field - Economics - 1893
...this method, in connection with his treatment of the laws of value and distribution, on the ground, " that only through the principle of competition has...economy any pretension to the character of a science." Studies of later economists have shown, however, that political economy does not forfeit its scientific...
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Industry and Property: A Plea for Truth and Honesty in Economics, and for ...

George Brooks - Industrial policy - 1895 - 325 pages
...effect of competition, and to take into little account the other and conflicting principle (custom). They are apt to express themselves as if they thought...be shown to be the tendency of competition to do." Herein the economists have been very unwise. They have unwittingly done much to foster the irrational...
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The Economic Journal, Volume 16

Economics - 1906
...as much as peace is now. This is omitted in third edition. Second edition, Bk. ii. 4, 1 (i. 295). "Only through the principle of competition has political...economy any pretension to the character of a science .... [it] cannot be required to do anything more." In third edition (i. 292) these words are added,...
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The Economic Journal, Volume 16

Economics - 1906
...much as peace is now. This is omitted in third edition. Second edition, Bk. ii. 4, 1 (i. 295). " Only through the principle of competition has political...economy any pretension to the character of a science .... [it] cannot be required to do anything more." In third edition (i. 292) these words are added,...
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