OF ECONOMY; -- THE MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY, THAT IS
WHATEVER IS OF USE TO A MAN, BUT IS OF NO VALUE
TO SUCH AS ARE SLAVES TO THEIR PASSIONS.
NOW I once heard him talk about economy
in this way. Tell me, Critobulus, said he, is economy the name of some science, as medicine
is, and metallurgy and architecture?
Yes, I think so, said Critobulus.
And might we assign its function to economy,
just as we can to each of these arts?
At any rate, said Critobulus, it seems that a____________________
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Book title: The Economist of Xenophon.
Contributors: Alexander D. O. Wedderburn - Translator.
Publisher: Ellis and White.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1876.
Page number: 1.
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