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Richard Cantillon notes: Essay on the Nature of Trade in General
Here, Cantillon is speaking of the land, mines and sea and how they are all part of the production of wealth. Production of man will determine the amount of wealth that will be earned. Essentially, all men have the same resources (e.t. land), but production is how wealth is acquired.
Of Market Towns
<Tab/>Cantillon uses the market as a basis for social order. He suggests that it is easier and more natural to have a market for the people to come to trade. Merchants or Undertakers will go to different villages to buy goods and then take them to the market to se…
- Critical Thinking - Term Notes
- Introduction to Philosophy: an essay that offers my own answers to 6 major questions in philosophy
- Richard Cantillon notes: Essay on the Nature of Trade in General
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