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The fable of the bees, or, Private vices, publick benefits

責任表示 by Bernard Mandeville ; with a commentary, critical, historical, and explanatory by F.B. Kaye
データ種別 図書
出版者 Indianapolis : Liberty Classics
出版年 1988
本文言語 英語
大きさ 2 v. ; 23 cm
概要 "Mandeville is the wittiest and shrewdest philosopher ever to make a significant impact upon economics. He anticipated Oscar Wilde in choosing his enemies with great care, and within his own century ...hey included David Hume, Adam Smith, and Francis Hutcheson. He could afford even such enemies because his friends and admirers have been legion."-- George J. Stigler, University of ChicagoIt used to be that everyone read the "notorious" Bernard Mandeville (1670-1733). He was a great satirist and came to have a profound impact on economics, ethics, and social philosophy.The "Fable" begins with a poem and continues with a number of essays and dialogues. It is all tied together by the startling and original idea that "private vices" (self-interest) lead to "publick benefits" (the development and operation of society). From that simple beginning, Mandeville saw that orderly social structures (such as law, language, the market, and even the growth of knowledge) were a spontaneous growth developing out of individual human actions.
"Mandeville is the wittiest and shrewdest philosopher ever to make a significant impact upon economics. He anticipated Oscar Wilde in choosing his enemies with great care, and within his own century they included David Hume, Adam Smith, and Francis Hutcheson. He could afford even such enemies because his friends and admirers have been legion."-- George J. Stigler, University of ChicagoIt used to be that everyone read the "notorious" Bernard Mandeville (1670-1733). He was a great satirist and came to have a profound impact on economics, ethics, and social philosophy.The "Fable" begins with a poem and continues with a number of essays and dialogues. It is all tied together by the startling and original idea that "private vices" (self-interest) lead to "publick benefits" (the development and operation of society). From that simple beginning, Mandeville saw that orderly social structures (such as law, language, the market, and even the growth of knowledge) were a spontaneous growth developing out of individual human actions.
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V. 1. 中央図 自動書庫 068172189020147 150.23/Ma 43/1/1 1988
V. 2. 中央図 自動書庫 068172189020150 150.23/Ma 43/1/2 1988

書誌詳細

別書名 異なりアクセスタイトル:Private vices, publick benefits
一般注記 Previously published: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1924
Includes index
著者標目 *Mandeville, Bernard, 1670-1733
件 名 LCSH:Ethics -- Early works to 1800  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Virtue -- Early works to 1800  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Charity-schools -- Early works to 1800  全ての件名で検索
分 類 LCC:BJ1520
DC19:170
書誌ID 1000087477
ISBN 0865970726
NCID BA09880348
巻冊次 set ; ISBN:0865970726
v. 1 ; ISBN:0865970734
v. 2 ; ISBN:0865970742
: pbk. : set ; ISBN:0865970750
v. 1 : pbk ; ISBN:0865970769
v. 2 : pbk ; ISBN:0865970777
登録日 2009.09.10
更新日 2009.09.10

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