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|Written in clear and incisive prose, The Wealth of Nations articulates the concepts indispensable to an understanding of contemporary society; and Robert Reich's new Introduction for this edition both clarifies Smith's analyses and ...|
|Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time. - Swid, Stephen If |
Heaven had looked ... Unknown, Source To be rich nowadays merely means to
possess a large number of poor objects. - Vaneigem, Raoul The rich aren't like us
|The rich might wish to experience feelings of affection, but it is almost impossible |
to chip away the enamel of their narcissism. They take up all the ... 34 To be rich
nowadays merely means to possess a large number of poor objects. RAOUL ...
|On a desert island, diamonds would not make a man rich, but fruit-trees would ; a |
gun and a box of cartridges would be worth more to ... It is a mischievous
falsehood that nowadays money is only to be made by means that God will not
|But they appeal so strongly to perverted tastes that they come to be reckoned not |
only among the major pleasures of life, but ... Nowadays that merely means that
they happen to belong to a family which has been rich for several generations, ...
|To be rich nowadays means to possess a large number ofimpoverished objects. |
... And as General Eisenhower explained in all candour, the present economic
system can be rescued only by turning human beings into consumers, conflating
|As poverty has been reduced in terms of mere survival, it has become more |
profound in terms of our way of life. - Vaneigem ... Vaneigem, Raoul To be rich
nowadays merely means to possess a large number of poor objects. - Vaneigem
|Furthermore, the Bible does not direct its antimaterialism message merely to “|
super-rich” people. ... evil suspicions, useless wranglings of men of corrupt minds
and destitute of the truth, who suppose godliness is a means of gain. ...
Unfortunately, we have given precisely the same impression in the church
nowadays. One of ...
|Because they all are too specialized, however, they all fail to capture all the |
allusions that Kant could convey with just one German word; ... to find in English
any equally supple and rich word, I finally decided after much hesitation to revert
to Willich's "mere reason. ... connotations which "mere" nowadays tends to have,
according to its dictionary definition the word still means "pure, unmixed, ... I
made the choice also because of the legal, albeit somewhat antiquated, meaning