By John E. Hill
This e-book examines Adam Smith’s major ideas in Wealth of Nations because the foundation for powerful policymaking. Adam Smith desired to elevate happiness via this formulation for an excellent existence: equality, liberty, and justice. unfastened industry interpretations of Smith, the publication argues, grossly misrepresent his suggestion, emphasizing simply liberty and never additionally equality and justice. This ebook indicates rules that mix all 3 to ensure that happiness to be maximized.
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Theory of Moral Sentiments and Wealth of Nations were two parts of the interrelated system he was building. 26 Smith did not contradict his own system. ”28 Smith assumed that businessmen would be ethically grounded; ethical grounding would prevent market injustice. ”29 His ethics included clear connections of virtues and happiness. ”30 For Smith, a man of virtue was a man who paid attention to the sentiments of others. He was subtle about this; if one wants to prosper, one should work hard, but in that process, one should do no harm to others.