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Some Influences in Modern Philosophic Thought - Page 14
by Arthur Twining Hadley - 1913 - 146 pages
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The elements of social science; or, Physical, sexual, and natural religion ...

George Drysdale - 1861
...misty in our conception of it creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else. Happily there '* nothing in the laws of Value which remains for the present or any ture writer to clear up: the theory of the subject is complete." with regard to the defmition of the...
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The Academy, Volume 3

Books - 1872
...failed to catch. He has done good service, moreover, in protesting against Mill's saying : — •" Happily there is nothing in the laws of value which...remains for the present or any future writer to clear upj the theory of the subject is complete." It is probable that Mill intended this to be interpreted...
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The Unity of Law: As Exhibited in the Relations of Physical, Social, Mental ...

Henry Charles Carey - Economics - 1872 - 433 pages
...Mill tells his readers that "the question of value is fundamental;" that "there is nothing in its laws which remains for the present or any future writer to clear up;" that "the theory of the subject is complete;" and then leaves this "fundamental question" precisely...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1875 - 591 pages
...it, creates confusion and uncertainty m everything else. Happily, there is nothing in the laws of 1 Value which remains for the present or ' any future...: the only difficulty to be overcome is that of so statin™ it as to solve by anticipation the chief perplexities which occur in applying it : and to...
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The elements of social science; or, Physical, sexual, and natural religion ...

George Drysdale - 1876
...anything vague or misty in our conception of it creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else. Happily there is nothing in the laws of Value which...clear up: the theory of the subject is complete." First, with regard to the definition of the principal terms, we hare already seen that the word " value...
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A system of political economy

John Lancelot Shadwell - 1877
...of it, creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else." * But when he proceeds to add that " happily there is nothing in the laws of value which...clear up, the theory of the subject is complete," he makes a remark which, as Mr. Jevons says, it would be * Book III., chap. 1, sec. 1. rash to make...
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The Elements of Social Science, Or, Physical, Sexual and Natural Religion ...

George R. Drysdale - Birth control - 1877 - 592 pages
...anything vague or misty in our conception of it creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else. Happily there is nothing in the laws of Value which remains for the present or any Uure writer to clear up: the theory of the subject is complete." First, v.'ith regard to the definition...
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Chapters on Practical Political Economy: Being the Substance of Lectures ...

Bonamy Price - Economics - 1878 - 559 pages
...anything vague or misty in our conception of it creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else. Happily there is nothing in the laws of value which...for the present or any future writer to clear up." But how does Mr Thornton open an article entitled, "Cairnes on Value," in the October, 1876, number...
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The theory of political economy

William Stanley Jevons - 1879
...conception of it, creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else/ But when he proceeds to say, 'Happily, there is nothing in the laws of Value which...to clear up; the theory of the subject is complete ra — he utters that which it would be rash to say of any of the sciences. Ambiguity of the term Value....
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