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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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Freedom and Culture in Western Society

Hans Theodorus Blokland - 1997 - 319 oldal
...there are valuable matters whose use is not always clear to the parties involved. These are matters: of which the utility does not consist in ministering...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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Reflections on Commercial Life: An Anthology of Classic Texts from Plato to ...

Patrick Murray - 1997 - 486 oldal
...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...test; things of which the utility does not consist in mmistering to inclinations, nor in serving the daily uses ot life, and the want of which is least felt...
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Principles of Political Economy: And, Chapters on Socialism

John Stuart Mill - 1998 - 450 oldal
...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...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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John Stuart Mill's Social and Political Thought: Critical Assessments

John Stuart Mill - 1998 - 1696 oldal
...that part of education which is directed towards character formation. People are unable to evaluate things 'of which the utility does not consist in ministering...to inclinations, nor in serving the daily uses of life'.18" 'Those who most need to be made wiser and better, usually desire it least.'18 Mill believed...
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New Ethics for the Public's Health

Dan E. Beauchamp, Bonnie Steinbock - 1999 - 400 oldal
...enactment of the legislature, or pointed out in the particular case by a public functionary. Thus there are things of which the utility does not consist in ministering...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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Readings in the Philosophy of Law

Keith Culver - 1999 - 576 oldal
...enactment of the legislature, or pointed out in the particular case by a public functionary. Thus there are things of which the utility does not consist in ministering...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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A Third Concept of Liberty: Judgment and Freedom in Kant and Adam Smith

Samuel Fleischacker - 1999 - 338 oldal
...It follows that there can be commodities of which the average consumer is not "a competent judge," "of the worth of which the demand of the market is by no means a test." These will tend to be things that, instead of "ministering to inclinations [or] serving the daily uses...
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Reading Political Philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill

Nigel Warburton, Jon Pike, Derek Matravers - 2000 - 382 oldal
...enactment of the legislature, or pointed out in the particular case by a public functionary. Thus there are things of which the utility does not consist in ministering...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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The History of Economic Thought: A Reader

Steven G. Medema, Warren J. Samuels - 2003 - 668 oldal
...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...not consist in ministering to inclinations, nor in sen ing the daily uses of life, and the want of which is least felt where the need is greatest. This...
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The Political Economy of Education: Implications for Growth and Inequality

Mark Gradstein, Moshe Justman, Volker Meier - 2004 - 176 oldal
...interest. John Stuart Mill (1848, bk. 5, ch. 11, sec. 8) was an early proponent of this view: But there are other things, of the worth of which the demand of...uses of life, and the want of which is least felt when the need is greatest— It will continually happen, on the voluntary system, that, the end not...
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