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" Whether the creating of wants be not the likeliest way to produce industry in a people ? And whether, if our peasants were accustomed to eat beef and wear shoes, they would not be more industrious? "
Six Months in the West Indies, in 1825 - Página 94
por Henry Nelson Coleridge - 1826 - 332 páginas
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The New Economic Criticism: Studies at the Intersection of Literature and ...

Martha Woodmansee, Mark Osteen - 1999 - 437 páginas
...be inspired by envy to desire his desires and imitate his wants. Thus Jevons (1888: 182) could ask "whether the creating of wants be not the likeliest way to produce industry in a people? If Irish peasants were accustomed to eat beef and wear shoes, would they not be more industrious?"....
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Governing Consumption: Needs and Wants, Suspended Characters, and the ...

James Cruise - 1999 - 246 páginas
...creating of wants be not the likeliest way to produce industry in a people? And whether, if our peasants were accustomed to eat beef and wear shoes, they would not be more industrious?"" 10 One might as well ask whether they would be better served attending masquerades or plays. The untroubled...
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The Insatiability of Human Wants: Economics and Aesthetics in Market Society

Regenia Gagnier - 2000 - 255 páginas
...he can desire, and yet he often labours unceasingly for more. Bishop Berkeley has very well asked, "Whether the creating of wants be not the likeliest...produce industry in a people? And whether, if our (Irish) peasants were accustomed to eat beef and wear shoes, they would not be more industrious?" (182)...
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The Library of Benjamin Franklin, Volumen257

Edwin Wolf, Kevin J. Hayes - 2006 - 966 páginas
...Dirt and Beggary, which they possess to a Degree beyond any other People in Christendom? Belike 2o[X). Whether the creating of Wants be not the likeliest Way to produce Industry in a People? Yes 2o[B]. And whether, if our Peasants were accustomed to eat Beef and wear Shoes, they would not...
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The Industrious Revolution: Consumer Behavior and the Household Economy ...

Jan de Vries - 2008
...expenditure on the old. With reference to the Irish peasant, he asked "Whether the creation of wants be the likeliest way to produce industry in a people, and whether if our peasants were accustomed to eat beef and wear shoes, they would not be more industrious?" Berkeley's...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen206

1859
...content in dirt and beggary which they possess to a degree beyond any other people in Christendom ?" "20. Whether the creating of wants be not the likeliest...produce industry in a people ? And whether, if our peasants were accustomed to cat beef and wear shoes, they would not be more industrious ?" " 1. Whether...
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