I. “The Will of God Will Prevail”
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The optimum population is, then, less than the maximum. Thedifficulty of defining the optimum is enormous; so far as I know,no one has seriously tackled this problem. Reaching an acceptableand stable solution will surely require more than one generationof hard analytical work -- and much persuasion.
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No more open fields; no more decisive victories; but a succession of sieges fought over and through successive lines of widely extending fortifications.
4. J. H. Fremlin, No.415 (1964), p. 285.
. This notion was expressed in the famous aphorism from the preface to the to the effect that "everything that is rational is real, and everything that is real is rational." ()
5. A. Smith, (Modern Library, New York, 1937), p. 423.
. Kojève alternatively identified the end of history with the postwar "American way of life," toward which he thought the Soviet Union was moving as well. ()
6. W. F. Lloyd, (Oxford University Press, Oxford, England,1833).
. In fact, modern economists, recognizing that man does not always behave as a -maximizer, posit a "utility" function, utility being either income or some other good that can be maximized: leisure, sexual satisfaction, or the pleasure of philosophizing. That profit must be replaced with a value like utility indicates the cogency of the idealist perspective. ()