A History of Political Economy

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INDEX
ANDERSON, 126
Aristotle, 15, 17, 22, 29
BABBAGE, 141
Bacon, 47
Baden, Karl Friedrich von, 80
Bagehot, 135, 223-227
Bain, 149, 153
Bandini, 70
Banfield, 141
Bastable, 103, 161
Bastiat, 167, 170, 175-180
Batbie, 219
Baudrillart, 219, 221
Beccaria, 71, 73, 74
Belloni, 71
Bentham, 110, 111
Bernhardi, 214
Berkeley, 82
Bianchini, 184
Blanqui, xiv., 86, 218
Boccardo, 183
Bodin, 43, 44, 46
Böhmert, von, 214
Boisguillebert, 57, 59
Bolles, 236
Bonar, 122
Bowen, 236
Brassey, 160
Brentano, 207, 214
Broggia, 71
Buchanan, 109, 129
Buckle, 61, 90, 242
Burke, 190
CAIRNES, 106, 123, 134, 154-162, 178, 224
Camoanella, 46
Campomanes, 78
Canning, 146
Cantillon, 60, 61
Carey, 171-175
Carli, 21, 75
Caryle, 67, 82
Cato, 20, 22
Chalmers, 121, 141
Charles V., 41
Cherbuliez, 157, 221
Chevalier, 220
Child, 41, 48, 49, 52, 54, 67
Cibrario, 183
Cicero, 19, 20, 22
Clément, 41, 219
Cognetti de Martiis, 217
Cohn, 215
Coke, 52
Colbert, 41, 42, 57, 63
Colmeiro, xv.
Columella, 20, 21, 22
Comte, Auguste, 196-200, and passim
Comte, Charles, 177
Condorcet, 112-114
Copernicus, 46
Coquelin et Guillaumin, xiv.
Cossa, xiv., 216, 217
Courcelle-Seneuil, 221
Cournot, 180-182
Cousin, 218
Cromwell, 41
Crumpe, 141
Culpeper, 48, 67
Cunningham, 238
Custodi, xv., 78
Cusumano, 216
DAIRE, xiv., 53
D'Alembert, 66
Dalrymple, 92
Darwin, 121
Davanzati, 43
Davenant, 49, 67
De Quicey, 136
Diderot, 56, 66, 107

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface. v
  • Bibliographical Note. xiv
  • Contents xvii
  • Chapter I - Introductory. 1
  • Chapter II - Ancient Times. 7
  • Chapter III - The Middle Ages. 24
  • Chapter IV - Modern Times: First and Second Phases. 32
  • Chapter V - Third Modern Phase: System of Natural Liberty. 55
  • Chapter VI - The Historical School. 196
  • Chapter Vil - Conclusion. 240
  • Index 247
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