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" The largest quantity of work will not be done by this curious engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is to say, the will or spirit of the... "
Unto This Last - Page 8
by John Ruskin - 2006 - 104 pages
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Economics and Utopia: Why the Learning Economy is Not the End of History

Geoffrey Martin Hodgson - Business & Economics - 1999 - 337 pages
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...by its own proper fuel; namely, by the affections. John Ruskin, Unto This Last (1866) Stories of the possible end of capitalism, and of the future beyond,...
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Gandhi, Freedom, and Self-rule

Emeritus Professor of Political Science Anthony J Parel, Anthony Parel - History - 2000 - 164 pages
...political economist. The largest quantity of work will be done, he claimed, not for pay or under pressure. "It will be done only when the motive force, that...greatest strength by its own proper fuel, namely by the [social] affections."35 The second idea taken from Ruskin was that modern political economy popularized...
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Gandhi's Experiments with Truth: Essential Writings by and about Mahatma Gandhi

Richard L. Johnson - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 388 pages
...political economist. The largest quantity of work will be done, he claimed, not for pay or under pressure. "It will be done only when the motive force, that...greatest strength by its own proper fuel, namely by the [social] affections."35 The second idea taken from Ruskin was that modern political economy popularized...
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Gandhi and the Challenge of Religious Diversity: Religious Pluralism Revisited

Margaret Chatterjee - Religious pluralism - 2005 - 371 pages
...equations, without his knowledge, and falsifies every one of their results'. Work will be maximized when 'the motive force, that is to say, the will or spirit of die creature is brought to its greatest strength by its own proper fuel: namely by the affections'.2...
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The Spirit of the Age: Victorian Essays

Gertrude Himmelfarb - Literary Collections - 2007 - 327 pages
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...happen often, that if the master is a man of sense and energy, a large quantity of material work may be done under mechanical pressure, enforced by strong...
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Servants and Paternalism in the Works of Maria Edgeworth and Elizabeth Gaskell

Julie Nash - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 130 pages
...or under pressure, or by any help of any kind of fuel which may be applied to the chaldron. It will done only when the motive force, that is to say, the...by its own proper fuel: namely, by the affections. (131-2) In this passage, Ruskin's ideas dovetail almost exactly with Gaskell's as she had voiced them...
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SECELTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS OF JOHN RUSKIN

GEORGE ALLEN - 1893
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...happen often, that if the master is a man of sense and energy, a large quantity of material work may be done under mechanical pressure, enforced by strong...
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Campaigners Grave and Gay

Leslie Heber Thornton - 1925
...or by the help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the will or spirit of the creature is brought to its...by its own proper fuel, namely by the affections." In his chapter on morale he points out, amongst other things, the fact that regiments in the French...
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The Unitarian Review, Volume 23

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie, Joseph Henry Allen - Unitarianism - 1885
...economist's equations, and falsifies every one of the results. This curious engine will do its best only when the will or spirit of the creature is brought to its...greatest strength by its own proper fuel : namely, by its affections." Thus, moral considerations of necessity interpenetrate all economic studies. And he...
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