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" ... those employed in every different branch of the work can often be collected into the same workhouse and placed at once under the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures... "
The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations - Página 7
por Adam Smith - 1812
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Modernity: Modernization

Malcolm Waters - 1999 - 578 páginas
...the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen, that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workshop. We...
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The Enlightenment

David Williams - 1999 - 534 páginas
...the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. We...
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The Theory of the Firm: Critical Perspectives on Business and ..., Volumen1

Nicolai J. Foss - 2000 - 488 páginas
...integrated, multi-plant enterprise. "In those great manufactures," he observed, "which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse."30...
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Democratic Distributive Justice

Ross Zucker - 2003 - 350 páginas
...experience this sort of division. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen, that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. We...
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Operations Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and ..., Volumen1

Michael Lewis, Nigel Slack - 2003 - 518 páginas
...the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. We...
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The Enlightenment: A Sourcebook and Reader

Paul Hyland, Olga Gomez, Francesca Greensides - 2003 - 496 páginas
...the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen, that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. We...
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Adam Smith: Selected Philosophical Writings

Adam Smith - 2004 - 260 páginas
...the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen, that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. We...
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Readings in the Economics of the Division of Labor: The Classical Tradition

Guang-Zhen Sun - 2005 - 312 páginas
...view of the spectator. In those great manufactures (!), on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. . ....
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Inscription and Modernity: From Wordsworth to Mandelstam

John Kenneth MacKay - 2006 - 320 páginas
...the view of the spectator. In those great manufactures, on the contrary, which are destined to supply the great wants of the great body of the people, every different branch of the work employs so great a number of workmen, that it is impossible to collect them all into the same workhouse. We...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith - 2007 - 512 páginas
...workhoufe, and placed at once under the view of c HtA p' the fpedator. In thofc great manufactures, on the contrary, which are deftined to fupply the great...work employs fo great a number of workmen, that it is impoffibk to colle& them all into the fame workhoufe. We can fcldorn fee more, at one time, than thofe...
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