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Politics in Commercial Society by Istvan Hont,B\x{00E9}la Kapossy,Michael Sonenscher

By Istvan Hont,B\x{00E9}la Kapossy,Michael Sonenscher

students in general emphasize the distinction among the 2 nice eighteenth-century thinkers Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Adam Smith. Rousseau is noticeable as a critic of modernity; Smith as an apologist. even though, Istvan Hont unearths major commonalities of their paintings, arguing that either have been theorists of business society yet from various perspectives.

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