Adam Smith

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In existographies, Adam Smith (232-165 BE) (1723-1790 ACM) (IQ:170|#383) (ID:2.54) (Cattell 1000:318) (RGM:77|1,350+) (PR:66|65AE / economist:2) (Stokes 100:50) (EPD:F0) (GEE:#) (CR:56) (LH:4) (TL:60) Scottish social philosopher and political economist, noted for []

Overview

In 1759, Smith, in his Theory of Moral Sentiments, a prelude to his Wealth of Nations (1776), described his "invisible hand" notion, conceiving of people as atoms or particles in a system held together by enforced natural justice.

Quotes

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The following are quotes:

Wealth, as Hobbes says, is power.”
— Adam Smith (1776), Wealth of Nations (pg. 13) [1]

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References

  1. Smith, Adam. (1776). Wealth of Nations (pg. 13) Publisher.

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