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It is, indeed, always the interest w/ of both that the work should be rightly done,
and a just price obtained for it; but, in the division of profits, the gain of the one
may or may not be the loss of the other, JIt is not the master's interest to pay
Note first, of exchange, there can be no profit in it!T- It is only in labour there can
be profit—that is to say a “making in advance,” or “making in favour of '' (from
proficio). In exchange, there is only advantage, \ u_ i.e. a bringing of vantage or ...
is worse than useless; it is merely an advance from - Tisiphone, on mortgage—
not a profit by any means. 74. Not a profit, as the ancients truly saw, and . showed
in the type of Ixion;–for capital is the head, or fountain head, of wealth—the ...
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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