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It takes us on a journey back in time to the origins of enterprise, long before the company, as we know it, made its ﬁrst appearance. Business is natural Business, trade and industry are manifestations of what Adam Smith and the French physiocrats saw as “natural economic laws” embedded in the logic of the human situation; of the need for shelter and sustenance, of the wish for warmth and convenience, of the ability to manipulate and craft, and of differences in skills, aptitudes, experience and environments.
He is a few years older than you and has a similar background, but his life is as different from yours as the life of a medieval king was different from that of a villein. He seems, somehow, to have found the door to another world where the worth of its inhabitants is measured by different standards. We will explore the justiﬁcation for and the implications of this striking economic “class system” within large companies later. ” My explanation is evolutionary. It takes us on a journey back in time to the origins of enterprise, long before the company, as we know it, made its ﬁrst appearance.
If rationality excludes the reasonable (… if the state is moved by the aims it has and ignores the criterion of reciprocity in dealing with other societies); if a state’s concern with 1 WHAT PEOPLE WANT W 23 power is predominant and if its interests include such things as converting other societies to the state’s religion, enlarging its empire and winning territory, gaining … prestige and glory, and increasing its relative economic strength – then the difference between states and peoples is enormous.