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Yet you pay with equal fee, contentedly, the good and bad workmen upon your
soul, and the good and bad workmen upon your body; much more may you pay,
contentedly, with equal fees, the good and bad workmen upon your house. “Nay
All these things would be real riches or property; and, supposing the men both to
have worked equally hard, they would each have right to equal share or use of it.
Their political economy would consist merely in careful preservation and just ...
“Suppose that in the early stages of society the bows and arrows of the hunter
were of equal value with the implements of the fisherman. Under such
circumstances the value of the deer, the produce of the hunter's day's labour,
would be ...
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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
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