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The Adventure of Living; A Subjective Autobiography, 1860-1922

By: John St. Loe Strachey

...erm scholarship. The poems did not show much inspiration, but they are what 18th-century critics would have called "well-turned." That would not be ... ...on to explain to me, what I had never realised before, that the enlightened economists took no responsibility for the existing system. They held, in...

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Adam Smith

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...``accommodation,'' or divine condescension to human weakness. (3) German 18th-century rationalism (see APOLOGETICS) held that the Biblical writers... ...sposed of sensibly inferior forces, and it was to be expected that the 18th-century methods of making war by manoeuvring and by combats, not bat... ...t important literary element in the latter half of the 18th century. 18th-century poetry and fiction. The more refined forms of literature a... ...are more clearly seen. He framed his art in his boyhood on the model of 18th-century verse, and though he felt the liberalizing influences of Wor... ... importance sprang up in succession to the earlier imitations of English 18th-century periodicals, which abounded at the beginning of the century;... ...archists, and are driven into the Liberal individualism of the classical economists, or they retire into a sort of Epicurean a-moralism, or super-...

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Isaac Gervaise

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... 1739 deaths English businesspeople English economists English Presbyterians ... ... English Presbyterians 17th-century English people 18th-century English people Peopl...

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...ccommodation,'' or \ divine condescension to human weakness. (3) German 18th-century \ rationalism (see A \fs20 POLOGETICS \fs24 ) held th... ... of \ sensibly inferior forces, and it was to be expected that \ the 18th-century methods of making war by manzuvring and by \ combats, not b... ...rary element in the latter half of the 18th century. \ \ \b\fs20 18th-century poetry and fiction. \b0\fs24 \ \ The more refined fo... ... more clearly seen. He framed his art in his boyhood \ on the model of 18th-century verse, and though he felt the \ liberalizing influences of ... ...portance sprang up in \ succession to the earlier imitations of English 18th-century \ periodicals, which abounded at the beginning of the centu... ...hists, and are driven into the Liberal \ individualism of the classical economists, or they retire \ into a sort of Epicurean a-moralism, or sup...

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Jacques Claude Marie Vincent de Gournay

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...1712 births 1759 deaths French economists Physiocrats 18th-cen... ... French economists Physiocrats 18th-century economists All stub articles ... ...mists Physiocrats 18th-century economists All stub articles Eu...

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Isaac de Pinto

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... births 1787 deaths Portuguese economists Dutch Jews 18th-cent... ...rtuguese economists Dutch Jews 18th-century Sephardi Jews Sephardi Jews ...

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Vittorio Fossombroni

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Pietro Verri

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Thomas Prior

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...ith Wikisource reference Irish writers Irish economists People from County Laois ... ... Irish economists People from County Laois 18th-century Irish people 1751 deaths ...

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Antonio Genovesi

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History of macroeconomic thought

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... a recession. He argued that this invalidated the assumptions of classical economists who thought that markets always clear, leaving no surplus of goo... ...s and no willing labor left idle.[3] The generation of economists that followed Keynes synthesized his theory with neoclassical mi... ...to address many of the criticisms leveled by Lucas and other new classical economists against Neo-Keynesians. New Keynesians adopted rational expectat... ...oth new classical and new Keynesian macroeconomics into a consensus. Other economists avoided the new classical and new Keynesian debate on short-term... ... Beginning with William Stanley Jevons and Clément Juglar in the 1860s,[8] economists attempted to explain the cycles of frequent, violent shifts in e... ...igid nominal wages.[51] Growth had been of interest to 18th-century classical economists like Adam Smith, but work tapered off dur... ...igid nominal wages.[51] Growth had been of interest to 18th-century classical economists like Adam Smith, but work tapered off dur...

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François Quesnay

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... 1694 births 1774 deaths 18th-century economists 18th-century French physician... ...irths 1774 deaths 18th-century economists 18th-century French physicians ... ... 18th-century French physicians 18th-century philosophers 18th-century French writers... ... French economics writers French economists French orientalists ...

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Development economics

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... Economists Publications (jo... ...Recent developments 4 Prominent development economists 5 See also 6 ... ...mercantilist ideals to varying degrees, the influence only ebbing with the 18th-century development of physiocrats in France and classical economics i... ...0] Ragnar Nurkse,[11] and Sir Hans Wolfgang Singer. Only after the war did economists turn their concerns towards Asia, Africa and Latin America. At t... ...herefore should be as minimal as possible.[4] Academic economists have given varied policy advice to governments of developing cou... ...ational Monetary Fund and World Bank. In fact, the majority of development economists are employed by, do consulting with, or receive funding from ins...

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Thomas Robert Malthus

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...as a Malthusian catastrophe. He wrote in opposition to the popular view in 18th-century Europe that saw society as improving and in principle as perfe... ...y. He criticized the Poor Laws,[8] and (alone among important contemporary economists) supported the Corn Laws, which introduced a system of taxes on ... ...death in 1823, Malthus became isolated among the younger British political economists, who tended to think he had lost the debate. In Definitions in P... ...obert (1766–1834). In Rutherford D (ed) Biographical Dictionary of British Economists. Continuum, Bristol. ^ Martineau,... ... Classical economists ... ...eaths Deaths in Bath, Somerset 18th-century English writers 19th-century economists ... ... 18th-century English writers 19th-century economists 19th-century English writers ...

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Josiah Tucker

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...gh his views were approved in later years by many of the laisser-faire economists, was for a time treated as a Cassandra, a name under which he p... ...lets, and a biography is in the Introduction. Shelton G., Dean Tucker and 18th-century economics and political thought, New York, 1981. A Treatise ...

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List of Moroccan people

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... Crime, offenders or victims 10 Economists 11 Film and music directors 12 ... ...i Mzoudi Younes Tsouli Economists Richard Attias ... ... Religious leaders Ahmad ibn Ajiba, 18th-century Sufi saint Isaac Alfasi, 11th-century... ...the Berber tribe of the Jazulah. Raphael Berdugo, 18th-century dayan, scholar and Rabbi Sidi Ahmed a... ...y dayan, scholar and Rabbi Sidi Ahmed al-Tidjani, 18th-century Sufi scholar, founder of the Tijaniyya Sufi order. ...

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Sophie de Condorcet

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...87–491.  ^ "Sophie de Grouchy, marquise de Condorcet • List of political and feminist economists • Political &... ...elines French female salon-holders French women writers 18th-century women writers ...

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Sprouts of capitalism

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...nt to a decisive new phase of economic development.[9] Economists such as Philip Huang and Li Bozhong have attacked "sprouts" rese... ...ter craftsman.[26] The organization of silk weaving in 18th-century Chinese cities was compared with the piece work.[27] In contra... ...nt to a decisive new phase of economic development.[9] Economists such as Philip Huang and Li Bozhong have attacked "sprouts" rese... ...ter craftsman.[26] The organization of silk weaving in 18th-century Chinese cities was compared with the piece work.[27] In contra...

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Montesquieu

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... Era 18th-century philosophy Regi... ...es, Polybius, René Descartes, Nicolas Malebranche, Jean Bodin, John Locke, 18th-century English constitution ... ...esquieu as "the real French equivalent of Adam Smith, the greatest of your economists, head and shoulders above the physiocrats in penetration, clear-... ... 1689 births 1755 deaths 18th-century French novelists 18th-century French wri... ...ts 18th-century French writers 18th-century philosophers Barons of France ...

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Plantation

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...sued by King James I. Mockbeggar Plantation is an 18th-century fishing plantation at Bonavista. Pool... ...ty of Merchant-Adventurers. Benger Plantation, an 18th-century fishing plantation maintained by James Benger and his heirs at... ...e of Georgia plantation. Piggeon's Plantation, an 18th-century fishing plantation maintained by Ellias Piggeon at Ferryland. ... ..., and in European-occupied areas of Africa. Several notable historians and economists such as Eric Williams, Walter Rodney, and Karl Marx contend that...

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Canongate Kirkyard

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...ents and burials of interest 2.1 18th-century burials 2.2 19th-ce... .... Monuments and burials of interest 18th-century burials Th... ... from his native town of Kirkcaldy. The grave is a place of pilgrimage for economists of the world. Although an imposing railed monument, it may have ... ...ents and burials of interest 2.1 18th-century burials 2.2 19th-ce... .... Monuments and burials of interest 18th-century burials Th... ... from his native town of Kirkcaldy. The grave is a place of pilgrimage for economists of the world. Although an imposing railed monument, it may have ...

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