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書籍 Seed wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed... の書籍検索結果 11 件中 1 - 10 件目
" Seed wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest, and also, what himself hath both eaten and given to others in exchange for Clothes, and other Natural necessaries; that the remainder... "
Investigations in Currency and Finance - 357 ページ
William Stanley Jevons 著 - 1884 - 428 ページ
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An Inquiry Into the Various Systems of Political Economy: Their Advantages ...

Charles Ganilh - 1812 - 492 ページ
...started this opinion, and developed it in a clear and intelligible manner. " Suppose a man," says he, " could, with his own hands, plant a certain scope of land with corn ; that is, could dig or plow, harrow, reap, carry home, thresh, and winnow, so much as the husbandry of this land requires...

The Economic Writings of Sir William Petty: Together with the ..., 第 1 巻

Sir William Petty, John Graunt - 1899 - 700 ページ
...well to Money, the rent of which we call usury ; as to that of Lands and Houses, afore-mentioned. 13. Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest, and also, what himself hath both eaten and...

Elements of Economics of Industry: Being the First Volume of Elements of ...

Alfred Marshall - 1899 - 421 ページ
...law of rent is so worded as to apply to all forms of tenure and to all stages of civilization : — " Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...this Land requires ; and had withal Seed wherewith to sow the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest,...

The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 第 14 巻

1900
...surplus before rent can be paid, advances the discussion no whit beyond the experience of every man ' " Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...that is, could Digg, or Plough, Harrow, Weed, Reap, Cany home, Thresh and Winnow so much as the Husbandry of this Land requires; and had withal Seed wherewith...

Elements of Economics of Industry: Being the First Volume of Elements ..., 第 1 巻

Alfred Marshall - 1903 - 421 ページ
...law of rent is so worded as to apply to all forms of tenure and to all stages of civili/ation: — "Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...this Land requires ; and had withal Seed wherewith to sow the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest,...

A Review Of Economic Theory

Edwin Cannan - 1964 - 448 ページ
...well to Money, the rent of which we call usury ; as to that of Lands and Houses, afore-mentioned. " Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain scope of land with corn, that is, could dig, or plough, harrow, weed, reap, carry home, thresh and winnow so much as the husbandry of this...

The Economic Theory of Agricultural Land Tenure

J. M. Currie, John Martin Currie - 1981 - 194 ページ
...Mill observed, there is nothing 'sacred' about private property in land. Political economists and land Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest, and also, what himself hath both eaten and...

Monetary Theory, 1601-1758, 第 2 巻

Antoin E. Murphy - 1997 - 408 ページ
...well to Money, the rent of which we call usury, as to that of Lands and Houses, afore-mentioned. 13. Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest, and also, what himself hath both eaten and...

Theory of Production: A Long-Period Analysis

Heinz D. Kurz, Neri Salvadori - 1997 - 571 ページ
...subsistence of laborers, and identified it with the rent of land. He wrote with regard to a single producer: Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when this man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of his Harvest, and also, what himself hath both eaten and...

Harmony and the Balance: An Intellectual History of Seventeenth-Century ...

Andrea Lynne Finkelstein - 2009 - 392 ページ
...thought (Aspromourgos, Brems, and McNally), or a piece of nonsense (Schumpeter). 80 The two passages are: Suppose a man could with his own hands plant a certain...Seed wherewith to sowe the same. I say, that when his man hath subducted his seed out of the proceed of this Harvest, and also, what hath himself both...




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