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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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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,...

The Culture of Capital: Property, Cities, and Knowledge in Early Modern England

Henry S. Turner - 2002 - 304 ページ
...and dispassionate, comes with us from the womb, and never leaves us till we go into the grave. ... An augmentation of fortune is the means by which the...augmenting their fortune, is to save and accumulate. ... in the greater part of men, taking the whole course of their life at an average, the principle...

Leading with Purpose: The New Corporate Realities

Richard R. Ellsworth - 2002 - 407 ページ
...human motivation, one that "comes with us from the womb and never leaves us till we go into the grave. 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."67 Interestingly, Smith believed that people...

David Ricardo: Critical Responses, 第 2 巻

Terry Peach - 2003 - 1304 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...

Autonomy, Freedom and Rights: A Critique of Liberal Subjectivity

Emilio Santoro - 2003 - 293 ページ
...argues that human beings are only moved by «the desire of bettering our condition» and says that «an augmentation of fortune is the means by which...of men propose and wish to better their condition» tSmith. 1776 [ 1981]. 3411. In 109 «We can never survey our own sentiments and motives. we cim never...

Explorations in Environmental Political Theory: Thinking about what We Value

Joel Jay Kassiola - 2003 - 248 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. 20 Note the significant similarity of Smith's view to Hobbes's: the central modern idea of the insatiability...

Explorations in Environmental Political Theory: Thinking about what We Value

Joel Jay Kassiola - 2003 - 248 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...greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition.20 Note the significant similarity of Smith's view to Hobbes's: the central modern idea of...

Self-Interest before Adam Smith: A Genealogy of Economic Science

Pierre Force - 2003
...commercial society encourages the vanity of men to express itself as a "wish to better their condition," and "an augmentation of fortune is the means by which the greater part of men propose"143 to satisfy this wish. As to the "love to domineer," it is also based on the principle of...

Adam Smith: Selected Philosophical Writings

Adam Smith - 2004 - 247 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; and the most likely way of augmenting their fortune,...

Education Policy: Globalization, Citizenship and Democracy

Mark Olssen, John A Codd, Anne-Marie O'Neill - 2004 - 326 ページ
...by the 'desire of bettering [their] condition' and as motivated by 'an augmentation of fortune [as] the means by which the greater part of men propose and wish to better their condition'. Self-interest In Albert Hirschman's (1977: 48) view, the importance of self-interest was not simply...




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