Philosophy and political economy in some of their historical relations : with Appendix

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Roger Backhouse
Taylor & Francis US, 2000 - Economics - 424 pages
The books reprinted in this set greatly influenced the way the development of economics was perceived and how the history of economics was viewed. Many of the titles represent the first attempts to chart the history of economics both from European and American perspectives. Titles cover the USA, UK, Germany and France, and include: * History of Political Economy from Antiquity to our days [1880]-"Jerome Adolphe Blanqui" * View of the Progress of Political Economy in Europe [1847]--"Travers Twiss" * A Short History of Political Economy in England [1891]-"L.L. Price" * The History of Economics [1896/1911]-"Henry Dunning MacLeod" * History of Economic Thought [1911/1930]-"Lewis H. Haney" * History of Economic Doctrines [1915]-"Charles Gide"and "Charles Rist" * Types of Economic Theory [1930]-"Othmar Spann" * Philosophy and Political Economy in Some of their Historical Relations [1893]-"James Bonar" * The Development of English Thought: a Study in the Economic Interpretation of History [1899]-"Simon N. Patten" * A Guide to the Study of Political Economy [1876]-"Luigi Cossa"
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Section Conception of Wealth
11
Conception of Civil Society
23
ARISTOTLE
32
Conception of Production and Distribution
34
Section Conception of Civil Society
40
STOICS AND EPICUREANS
47
Cosmopolitanism
53
utilitarian Economic
199
BENTHAM AND JAMES MILL
215
Estimate of Himself Early Training
237
Production
249
Society and Government
259
3fcealtsttc Economics
269
FICHTE
280
Industrial Classes
286

End of the Middle Ages
59
Bod
67
Law of Nature
73
Bcllum omn1um Compact of Peace
79
SponU Acta
85
Council of Trade to help Useful and hinder Hurtful Trades
89
Natural Law
96
Sponte Acfa and Laissezfaire
102
Mercantile System
130
PrecursorsLiterary and Financial
133
ADAM SMITH
146
Notion of Political EconomyWide and Narrow
153
Three Kinds of Revenue
160
Justice in particular
169
Limitations of Laissezfa1re
175
NATURAL RIGHTS AND LAW OF NATURE
184
2nd Ideal
294
HEGEL
300
Requisites of a Moral Act
306
Civil Society
309
Free your Colonies
315
The People and Public Opinion
321
In what Sense Marx Hegelian? His Statements in Kapital
327
Marxs Mislre de la Philosophic
335
CHAPTER IIEVOLUTION
355
Ancient Philosophy
374
Nature of Former Dependent on Property in Land
379
Change produced by the Var
397
The Charmed Circle
403
Agriculture Paramount
409
INDEX TO ADDITIONS ETC
423
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Roger E. Backhouse is Professor of the History and Philosophy of Economics at the University of Birmingham. He has published extensively on the history and methodology of economics.

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