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" We trust our health to the physician ; our fortune, and sometimes our life and reputation, to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore, as may... "
The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations - Página 160
por Adam Smith - 1812
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volumen1

John Stuart Mill - 1892 - 628 páginas
...materials with which they are intrusted. We trust our health to the physician, our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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Select Chapters and Passages from the Wealth of Nations of Adam Smith, 1776

Adam Smith - 1894 - 528 páginas
...which they are necessarily intrusted. We trust our health to the physician; our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volumen1

John Stuart Mill - 1900 - 506 páginas
...materials with which they are intrusted. We trust our health to the physician, our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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A History of the Theories of Production and Distribution: In English ...

Edwin Cannan - 1903 - 464 páginas
...which they are intrusted,' and that 'We trust our health to the physician j our fortune, and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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Selected Readings in Economics

Charles Jesse Bullock - 1907 - 732 páginas
...which they are necessarily intrusted. We trust our health to the physician ; our fortune, and sometimes our life and reputation, to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean and low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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Some Readings in Economics: Prepared for the Use of Students in Course I ...

Fred Manville Taylor - 1907 - 242 páginas
...which they are necessarily intrusted. We trust our health to the physician ; our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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The Growth of English Law: Being Studies in the Evolution of Law and ...

Edward Stanley Roscoe - 1911 - 474 páginas
...agreed with Adam Smith when he wrote: We trust our health to the physician ; our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could Matthew the younger (later Bart.) attorney and steward to the Coke, Salisbury, and Egremont estates,...
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A Review Of Economic Theory

Edwin Cannan - 1964 - 480 páginas
..." disadvantage," but proceeds : " We trust our health to the physician ; our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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A Theory of Pay

Adrian Wood, Professorial Fellow Institute of Development Studies Adrian Wood - 1978 - 272 páginas
...Fogarty (1961, app.) on the scholastic theory of the just wage. physician; our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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Designs on Truth: The Poetics of the Augustan Mock-Epic

Gregory G. Colomb - 1992 - 260 páginas
...position of the professional class: "We trust our health to the physician; our fortune and sometimes our life and reputation to the lawyer and attorney. Such confidence could not safely be reposed in people of a very mean or low condition. Their reward must be such, therefore,...
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