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In like manner this wealth “goes where it is required.” No human laws can
withstand its flow. They can only guide it: but this, the leading trench and limiting
mound can do so thoroughly, that it shall become water of life—the riches of the
hand of ...
We have to examine, then, in the subject before us, what are the laws of justice
respecting payment of labour—no small part, these, of the foundations of all
jurisprudence. I reduced, in my last paper, the idea of money payment to its
simplest or ...
In this respect • the law of human population differs wholly from that of animal life.
... Man, considered as an animal, is indeed limited by the same laws; hunger, or
plague, or war, are the necessary and only restraints upon his increase, ...
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I saw this in a charity shop and bought it solely because it contains his wonderful fairy tale, "The King of the Golden River". I will, I'm afraid, skip the essays on art, architecture, and culture ... Read full review