The place of science in modern civilisation and other essays / by Thorstein Veblen.


New York : B. W. Huebsch, 1919.

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Subjects Economics.
Science.
Description 4 p. l., 509 p. ; 20 cm.
Notes "Reprinted from various periodicals, running over a period of about twenty years."
Contents The place of science in modern civilisation.--The evolution of the scientific point of view.--Why is economics not an evolutionary science?--The preconceptions of economic science.--Professor Clark's economics.--The limitations of marginal utility.--Gustav Schmoller's economics.--Industrial and pecuniary employments.--On the nature of capital.--Some neglected points in the theory of socialism.--The socialist economics of Karl Marx.--The mutation theory and the blond race.--The blond race and the Aryan culture.--An early experiment in trusts.
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