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" every speculation respecting the economical interests of a society thus constituted implies some theory of Value : the smallest error on that subject infects with corresponding error all our other conclusions ; and anything vague or misty in our conception... "
Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ... - Page 420
by John Stuart Mill - 1899
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1849 - 611 pages
...himself bears a part, but on things obtained by a double exchange, a sale followed by a purchase — the question of Value is fundamental. Almost every speculation...conclusions; and anything vague or misty in our conception 533 of it, creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else. Happily, there is nothing in the laws...
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Social delusions concerning wealth and want

Richard Jennings - 1856
...in any existing school of Political-economy: .it should rather be said, it is a question to * " The question of Value is fundamental. Almost every speculation...with corresponding error all our other conclusions." — JS Mill's Political-economy, vol. ip 514. " Political Economy might be called the science of values."...
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The elements of social science; or, Physical, sexual, and natural religion ...

George Drysdale - 1861
...bears a. part, but on things obtained by a double exchange, a sale followed, by a purchase — the question of Value is fundamental. Almost every speculation...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...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1866 - 591 pages
...himself bears a part, but on things obtained by a double exchange, a sale followed by a purchase — the question of Value is fundamental. Almost every speculation...conception of it, creates confusion and uncertainty vn everything else. Happily, there is nothing in the laws of Value which remains for the present or...
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Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

Economics - 1870 - 591 pages
...himself bears a part, but on things obtained by a double exchange, a sale followed by a purchaŁe — the question of Value is fundamental. Almost every speculation...interests of a society thus constituted, implies some thcory of Value : the smallest error on that subject infects with corresponding error all our other...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - Economics - 1872
...himself bears a part, but on things obtained by a double exchange, a sale followed by a purchase — the question of Value is fundamental. Almost every speculation...creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else." Having thus laid Mr. Mill's arguments before our readers, we may now make some observations on them....
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1875 - 591 pages
...by a double exchange, I a sale followed by a purchase — tie j question of Value is fundamental. 1 Almost every speculation respecting the economical...conception of it, creates confusion and uncertainty m everything else. Happily, there is nothing in the laws of 1 Value which remains for the present or...
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A System of Political Economy

John Emelius Lancelot Shadwell - Economics - 1877 - 625 pages
...subject of distribution. In speaking of value, Mill has well observed that " the smallest error ou that subject infects with corresponding error all...creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else." * But when he proceeds to add that " happily there is nothing in the laws of value which remains for...
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Chapters on Practical Political Economy: Being the Substance of Lectures ...

Bonamy Price - Economics - 1878 - 559 pages
...question has all along been found to be most formidable." " The question is fundamental," remarks Mr Mill. "Almost every speculation respecting the economical interests of a society thus constituted (that is, constituted on the necessity of exchanging products obtained by the labour of another) implies...
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The Theory of Political Economy

William Stanley Jevons - Economics - 1879 - 315 pages
...concerning labour or the production of commodities. In these words of JS Mill I thoroughly concur : ' Almost every speculation respecting the economical...creates confusion and uncertainty in everything else/ But when he proceeds to say, 'Happily, there is nothing in the laws of Value which remains for the...
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