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Author Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814.
Title Geschlossene Handelsstaat. English
The closed commercial state / J.G. Fichte ; translated and with an interpretive essay by Anthony Curtis Adler.
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, [2012]
©2012.

Author Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814.
Series SUNY series in contemporary Continental philosophy.
SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy.
Subject State, The.
Commercial policy.
Alt Name Adler, Anthony Curtis.
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The Closed Commercial State; The Closed Commercial State; Contents; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations and Editorial Apparatus; Translator's Introduction; Interpretive Essay: Fichte's Monetary History; Johan Gottlieb Fichte's: The Closed Commercial State; Fichte's Table of Contents; Preliminary clarification of the title; Dedication; Dedicatory Remarks; Introduction: On the relation of the rational state to the actual state, and of pure Right of state to politics; First Book: Philosophy-what is Right with respect to commerce in the rational state
First Chapter: Principles for answering this questionSecond Chapter: General application to public commerce of the principles set forth; Third Chapter: On the presupposed division of the branches of labor in a rational state; Fourth Chapter: Whether the taxes paid to the state will change anything in the balance of industry; Fifth Chapter: How this balance of industry is to be secured against the uncertainty of agriculture
Sixth Chapter: Whether this balance would be endangered through the introduction of money, and changed through the constant progress of the nation to a higher state of prosperitySeventh Chapter: Further discussion of the principle set forth here concerning the right to property; Second Book: History of the present time-the condition of commerce in the actual states of the present; First Chapter: Preamble; Second Chapter: The known world considered as one great unitary commercial state; Third Chapter: The reciprocal relation of the individuals in this great commercial state
Fourth Chapter: The reciprocal relation of the nations as wholes in this commercial stateFifth Chapter: The means that governments have employed up till now to steer this relation to their advantage; Sixth Chapter: The result of using these means; Third Book: Politics-how the commerce of an existing state can be brought into the arrangement required by reason; or, on the closure ofthe commercial state; First Chapter: More precise determination of the task of this book
Second Chapter: The rightful claims of the citizens, as a hitherto-free participant in world trade, on the closing commercial stateThird Chapter: The claims of the state, as a self-sufficient whole, during its complete separation from the rest of the earth; Fourth Chapter: Decisive measures for achieving both the closure of the commercial state and the conditions for this closure that have just been set forth; Fifth Chapter: Continuation of the preceding considerations; Sixth Chapter: Further measures for the closure of the commercial state; Seventh Chapter: The result of these measures
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781461907787 (electronic bk.)
1461907780 (electronic bk.)
9781438440217
1438440219
OCLC # 805704114
Additional Format Print version: Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814. Geschlossene Handelsstaat. English. Closed commercial state. Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2012 9781438440217 (DLC) 2011014159 (OCoLC)712931227.


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