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History of Economic Thought: A Critical Account of the Origin and Development of the Economic Theories of the Leading Thinkers in the Leading Nations (Classic Reprint)

History of Economic Thought: A Critical Account of the Origin and Development of the Economic Theories of the Leading Thinkers in the Leading Nations (Classic Reprint)

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CHAPTER I THE NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT There are at least three different branches of study whose names contain the words History and Economics. There is, on the one hand, Economic History, or Industrial History, as it is frequently called; and on the other, there are the closely related subjects, History of Economics and History of Economic Thought. The first concerns itself with the history of commerce, manufactures, and other economic phenomena, dealing objectively with the ways in which men get their living; the second and third treat primarily of subjective matters, dealing for the most part with the ideas men have concerning economic facts and forces. Now these last two have been confused, and their logical relationship is commonly overlooked. The history of economics deals with a science - with a body of classified knowledge; it is limited to times in which economic ideas have become distinct, unified, and organized; it is a history of systems Table of Contents A GENERAL INTRODUCTION i; I Nature and Importance of the History of Economic; Thought 3; II Origin and Tardy Development of Economic Thought 15; B ECONOMIC THOUGHT BEFORE THE SCIENCE OF ECONOMICS 21; I Economic Thought of the Ancients 22; II Medieval Economic Thought 67; III The Dawn of Modern Economic Thought: Mercantilism and Kameralism 85; C THE EVOLUTION OF ECONOMICS AS A SCIENCE 131; I The Founders 132; II The Earlier Followers 190; 1 Pessimistic Tendencies igo; 2 Optimistic Tendencies 237; 3 Other Expositors 262; III Opponents and Leading Critics 291; 1 The Philosophical and Ethical System 292; IV The Restatement: Mill 344; V Opponents and Leading* Critics {Resumed') 375; 1 The Philosophical and Ethical System {Resumed) 377; 2 The Method 394; 3 The Logic 422; VI Attempts at Reconstruction 446; 1 Earlier Developments of the Marginal-utility Concept 448; 2 The Austrian School 461; D GENERAL ACCOUNT OF RECENT