Sismondi


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Sismondi

(sɪsˈmɒndɪ; French sismɔ̃di)
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(Biography) Jean Charles Léonard Simonde de (ʒɑ̃ ʃarl leɔnar simɔ̃d də). 1773–1842, Swiss historian and economist. His Histoire des républiques italiennes du moyen âge (1807–18) contributed to the movement for Italian unification

Sis•mon•di

(sɪsˈmɒn di; Fr. sis mɔ̃ˈdi)

n.
Jean Charles Léonard Simonde de, 1773–1842, Swiss historian and economist.
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Sismondi was the head of this school, not only in France but also in England.
For instance, he is collecting a library and has made it a rule not to buy a new book till he has read what he had already bought- Sismondi and Rousseau and Montesquieu," he added with a smile.
In France--Condorcet, Saint-Simon, Simonde De Sismondi.
See, for example, the following: Sismondi, 1991 [1819], p.
Sismondi notes Stephania's bewitching charms and her knowledge of medicine: "In her mourning clothes she dazzled him [Otho] with her charms; and, like his mistress or his physician, having gained his trust, she administered a poison to him that led him quickly to a painful death" (1:131).
L Sismondi, Nouveaux principles d'economie politique; ou, de la richesse dans ses rapports avec la population (Paris: Delaunay, 1827).
Henry examines the similarities of the works of Sismondi, Marx and Veblen to Keynes and argues that these authors may provide more insights in addressing potential problems of capitalism than Keynes.
L'immagine del lavoro nel cinema (2002) di Angelo Sismondi e Roberto Tassi; Cinema e lavoro.
In this way we also start to see the possibility of analyzing the geopoetic, and above all, the geosymbolic dimensions of the histories of literature: the geographical imaginary turns out to be a factor in the development of literary histories, since it was a decisive element in their characterization and the works of Mme de Stael, Leonard de Sismondi, or Friedrich Schlegel are indicative of this.
For Sismondi and Malthus, 'demand' meant the quantity demanded at cost-covering prices .
Rilevato da economisti, storici e geografi del primo Ottocento come Simone de Sismondi, Carlo Cattaneo e Cesare Correnti, che lo eleggono a "principio storico" interpretativo dell'intera realta nazionale italiana, e stato sottolineato a meta Novecento da un insigne storico come Fernand Braudel.
A number of radical theorists from William Thompson to Sismondi and Proudhon had already made that claim.