A Critical Examination of Socialism eBook

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Coleridge, Lord, 135

Colossal fortunes, growth of, 130, 131

Competition, 160

Corvee system, and slavery, 57, 58

Crozier, Dr. Beattie, Wheel of Wealth, 217, 218, 236

Darby of Coalbrookdale, 83

Demand and supply, 143

Democracy, 130, 132, 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 146, 148;
  Christian socialism as a substitute for secular, 150, 152, 154, 156,
  158, 160, 162, 164, 166, 168, 170, 172, 174

Direction, wage-capital an implement of, 70

Directive ability, 191;
  its value, 68;
  and socialism, 87;
  and labour, 182, 187, 189-93

——­ faculties, 31;
  function of the, as applied to the operations of modern labour, 29;
  their function, illustrated by the case of a printed book, 29;
  name for the, 33

Dudley, 82

Eclecticism, 186

Economic distinction, abolished by the truly socialistic scheme, 58

Economic emancipation, is entire abolition of the wage-system, 56

——­ man, the, 111, 123

——­ motive, personal gain the primary, 127

——­ opportunity, 254

——­ science, capitalism and, 124;
  its reasonings, 177

——­ values, 166

Economics of capitalism, 123

Eddy, Mrs., her Christian science, 150

Edison, 47, 150, 197, 220

Education, its ideal object as a means of happiness, 273

Electric lighting of London, 84

Equality of opportunity, 253, 254, 256, 258, 260, 262, 264, 266, 268,
  270, 272, 274, 276

Equilibrium an ideal, 288

Evolution, organic, 85

Evolutionary socialists, 102

——­ sociology, 94

Fabian Essays, 58

Family life, 135, 140, 141

Fighting instinct, the, 121

France, state monopolies in, 80

Frederick the Great, 99

French revolution, 206

George, Henry, 210, 211

“Gospel for To-day, The,” 151, 153, 157, 159

Great Eastern, The, 264

Greed, 125

Gronluend, a disciple of Marx, 18

Happiness, an equation between desire and attainment, 273

Harrison, Frederic, the English prophet of Positivism, 118;
  on the soldier’s willing service, 120

Helots in Sparta, 59

Heroism, socialists’ view of, 118, 122

Hillquit, Mr., the American socialist, 42, 43, 50;
  and “common manual labour,” 48, 50;
  his irrelevancies, 50;
  his argument, 51, 53;
  verbal jugglery of, 53

Ideal equilibrium, an, 288

Income, of labour, 197;
  earned and unearned, 226

Individual motive and democracy, 130, 132, 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144,
  146, 148

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