Im Sale findest du besonders günstige Artikel oder aktuelle Aktionen.
Du möchtest dich von Büchern, CDs, Filmen oder Spielen trennen? Verkaufe alles auf momox.de
1871. Volume 2 of 2. John Stuart Mill is one of the foremost representatives of utilitarian thought as well as one of the most influential of nineteenth century liberals. Influenced by his wife, Harriet Taylor, Mill developed a very humane version of utilitarianism that was sympathetic to women's rights, labor unions, proportional representation, and other liberal themes. A collection of Mill's treatises, this is Volume II of II. Contents Book III (con't). Exchange: Of Money; Of the Value of Money, as dependent on Demand and Supply; Of the Value of Money, as dependent on Cost of Production; Of a Double Standard, and Subsidiary Coins; Of Credit as a Substitute for Money; Influence of Credit on Prices; Of an Inconvertible Paper Currency; Of Excess of Supply; Of a Measure of Value; Of some Peculiar Cases of Value; Of International Trade; Of International Values; Of Money, considered as an Imported Commodity; Of the Foreign Exchanges; Of the Distribution of the Precious Metals through the Commercial World; Influence of the Currency on the Exchanges and on Foreign Trade; Of the Rate of Interest; Of the Regulation of a Convertible Paper Currency; Of the Competition of different Countries in the same Market; and Of Distribution, as affected by Exchange. Contents Book IV. Influence of the Progress of Society on Production and Distribution: General Characteristics of a Progressive State of Wealth; Influence of the Progress of Industry and Population on Values and Prices; Influence of the Progress of Industry and Population on Rents, Profits, and Wages; Of the Tendency of Profits to a Minimum; Consequences of the Tendency of Profits to a Minimum; Of the Stationary State; and On the Probably Futurity of the Laboring Classes. Contents Book V. On the Influence of Government: Of the Functions of Government in general; Of the General Principles of Taxation; Of Direct Taxes; Of Taxes on Commodities; Of some other Taxes; Comparison between Direct and Indirect Taxation; Of a National