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" But there are other things, of the worth of which the demand of the market is by no means a test ; things of which the utility does not consist in ministering to inclinations, nor in serving the daily uses of life, and the want of which is least felt... "
Journal of the Society of Arts - 233. oldal
1857
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ADVANCED EDUCATION

ANDREW D. WHITE - 1874
...all its grades from the operation of the laissez faire principle. Says Mr. Mill,— "But there are other things of the worth of which the demand of the...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly true of those things which are chiefly useful as tending to raise the...

Addresses and Proceedings - National Education Association of the United States

National Education Association of the United States - 1874
...dribbled and doled out by iil-cousidered philanthropy. • 10 "But there are other things of whose worth the demand of the market is by no means a test; things...which the utility does not consist in ministering to inclination, nor in scr.ving the daily uses of life, and the want of which is least felt when the need...

Proceedings

National Education Association of the United States - 1874
...ill-considered philanthropy. " But there are other things of whose worth the demand of the market is by no moans a test; things of which the utility does not consist in ministering to inclination, nor in serving the daily uses of life, and the want of which is least felt when the need...

Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1875 - 591 oldal
...things required in their own habitual employment. But there are other things of the worth of~wliic1i the demand of the market is by no means a test; things...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly true of those thing1; which are Chiefly useful as tending U raise the...

Old and New, 10. kötet

1875
...laissez faire principle. Says Mr. Mill, — "But there are other things of the worth uf which tlio demand of the market is by no means a test, — things...ministering to inclinations, nor in serving the daily nses of life, and the want of which is least felt •where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly...

President Garfield and Education: Hiram College Memorial

Burke Aaron Hinsdale - 1881 - 433 oldal
...them has forever passed. In his " Political Economy," 1 John Stuart Mill says, — " But there are other things, of the worth of which the demand of...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly true of those things which are chiefly useful as tending to raise the...

Principles of Political Economy, 2. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1881
...may be presumed to be judges of the things required in their own habitual employment. But there are other things of the worth of which the demand of the...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly true of those things which are chiefly useful as tending to raise the...

The Works of James Abram Garfield, 1. kötet

James Abram Garfield - 1882 - 812 oldal
...needs before the time for supplying them has forever passed. John Stuart Mill says: — " But there are other things, of the worth of which the demand of...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly true of those things which are chiefly useful as tending to raise the...

Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1894 - 591 oldal
...things required in their own habitual employment. But there are other things of the worth of whicb the demand of the market is by no means a test; things...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest This is peculiarly true of those things which are chiefly useful as tending to raise the...

John Stuart Mill: A Study of His Philosophy

Charles Douglas - 1895 - 274 oldal
...aware."1 The real value of things is not always represented in the desire felt for them. There are things " of the worth of which the demand of the market...and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This is peculiarly true of those things which are chiefly useful as tending to raise the...




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