Frederick Soddy

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In existographies, Frederick Soddy (78 BE-1 AE) (1877-1956 ACM) (IQ:170|#395) (ID:2.15|79) (PR:4,232|65AE / chemist:36) (Murray 4000:18|C) (Thims 33:7) (CR:68) (LH:5) (TL:72|#149) was an English physical chemist, radiochemist, economist, and philosopher, noted for []


The following are quotes:

“The laws [of thermodynamics], which express the relation between matter and energy, govern the rise and fall of political systems, the freedom or bondage of societies, the movements of commerce and industries, the origin of wealth and poverty, and the general physical welfare of a people.”
— Frederick Soddy (1911), Matter and Energy (pg. 10-11)
“The phenomenon of life derives the whole of its physical energy or power not from anything self-contained in living matter, but solely from the inanimate world. It is dependent for all necessities of its physical continuance upon the principles of the steam engine. The principles of ethics of all human conventions must not run counter to those thermodynamics.”
— Frederick Soddy (1922), Cartesian Economics (pg. #) [1]

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  1. Soddy, Frederick. (1922). Cartesian Economics: The Bearing of Physical Science Upon State Stewardship (ethics, pg. 9). Henderson.


  • Soddy, Frederick. (2018). “Lecture Cartesian Economics: 1921” (reader: Dick Eastman (Ѻ)) (YT), Tim Hayes, Feb 24.

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