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" An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition. "
Staats- und sozialwissenschaftliche Forschungen - 81 ページ
Wilhelm Hasbach 著 - 1891 - 177 ページ
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Vision of a School: The Good School in the Good Society

Jasper Ungoed-Tho - 1997 - 168 ページ
...the acquisition of financial assets. 'An augmentation of fortune,' said Adam Smith (1986, p. 441), 'is the means by which the greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition.' There is, moreover, an intimate association between the possession of riches and personal fulfilment....

The Psychology of Economics

Walter A. Weisskopf - 1955 - 266 ページ
...and dispassionate, comes with us from the womb, and never leaves us till we go to the grave. . . . An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the...to better their condition . . . and the most likely l Weolth of Nntions, pp. 322, 324. 32 way of augmenting their fortune is to save and accumulate . ....

Adam Smith and the Virtues of Enlightenment

Charles L. Griswold - 1999 - 412 ページ
...satisfied with his situation, as to be without any wish of alteration or improvement, of any kind. An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the...of men propose and wish to better their condition. It is the means the most vulgar and the most obvious" (WN II.iii.28). "Vulgar" certainly reiterates...

Calhoun's Philosophy of Politics: A Study of A Disquisition on Government

Guy Story Brown - 2000 - 435 ページ
...Smith, The Wealth of Nations, Edwin Cannon, ed. (New York: Random House, Modem Library, 1937), 324-27: An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the...of men propose and wish to better their condition [for] it is the means the most vulgar and obvious. [Nevertheless,]... the uniform, constant and uninterrupted...

Jean-Baptiste Say: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists

John Cunningham Wood, Steven Kates - 2000 - 1676 ページ
...completely satisfied with his situation, as to be without any wish of alteration or improvement of any kind. An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the...of men propose and wish to better their condition. It is the means the most vulgar and the most obvious; and the most likely way of augmenting their fortune,...

Educating the Prince: Essays in Honor of Harvey Mansfield

Harvey Claflin Mansfield - 2000 - 326 ページ
...satisfied with his situation. Smith's indirectness is provocatively revealed by his elaboration of "the means by which the greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition": increased wealth. In asserting that this conception of betterment is only "the most vulgar and the...

Early Histories of Economic Thought, 1824-1914: History of economic doctrines

Charles Gide, Charles Rist - 2000 - 672 ページ
...men propose and wish to better their eondition. It is the means the must vulgar and the most obvious; and the most likely way of augmenting their fortune, is to save and aeeumulate some part of what they aequire." This desire is so powerful that even the greatest follies...

Modern Catholic Social Documents and Political Economy

Albino F. Barrera, OP - 2001 - 352 ページ
...bettering our condition ... comes with us from the womb and never leaves us until we go to the grave.... An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the...of men propose and wish to better their condition (Smith [1776] 1937, book II, chap. Ill, 324-25). Every individual is continually exerting himself to...

Hayek's Liberalism and Its Origins: His Idea of Spontaneous Order and the ...

Christina Petsoulas - 2001 - 201 ページ
...till we go into the grave' and which manifests itself in man's incessant effort to accumulate wealth: 'an augmentation of fortune is the means by which...greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition'.160 It is, according to Smith, vanity, ambition, the desire for recognition, or, in more...

The Creation of the Modern World: The Untold Story of the British Enlightenment

Roy Porter - 2000 - 727 ページ
...shopkeepers. Restlessness, stated Smith, was the spur to opulence, 'an augmentation of fortune' being the means by which 'the greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition'. 39 Commercial society thus squared with human nature. What was truly 'unnatural', it followed, was...




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