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historical school

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1. (Economics) a group of 19th-century German economists who maintained that modern economies evolved from historical institutions
2. (Law) the school of jurists maintaining that laws are based on social and historical circumstances rather than made by a sovereign power
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Noun1.historical school - a school of 19th century German economists and legal philosophers who tried to explain modern economic systems in evolutionary or historical terms
school - a body of creative artists or writers or thinkers linked by a similar style or by similar teachers; "the Venetian school of painting"
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BADIN -- Participants of a multiparty conference attended by people from various walks of life rejected a decision of the Sindh government to change status of a historical school built by acclaimed philanthropist and reformer Mir Ghulam Mohammad Khan Talpur in Tando Bago town in 1919 at his own expense.
"In my inaugural address I said that this will be the session we enact historical school finance reform by putting more money into the classroom, paying our teachers more, reducing recapture and cutting property taxes.
Hammond "maintained that people should reflect self-consciously about whether 'we ought to continue the custom or the precedent' derived from the past, a point many writers in the [European] historical school had overlooked.'" (42) "Just because current law can be explained historically, [he] observed, does not mean that it should be treated uncritically." (43) Francis Wharton, a well-known American treatise writer, believed that the historical school in England and Europe often expressed "an undue reverence for those institutions which a nation has outgrown." (44) Emphasizing his own adherence to the fundamental evolutionary principles of the historical school, Wharton asserted that "[u]ndue reverence ...
The forgotten and neglected historical school building now presents a gloomy picture.
As both Menger and, later, Mises noted, Schmoller and his associates of the German historical school (GHS) seemed at times unaware of the distinction between doing history and doing economic theory, confusing or blurring the differences (Menger [1883] 2009, pp.
In the the Steilacoom Historical School District south of Seattle, about 40 percent of the students have military connections.
Leonard notes that many early American progressive economists were trained at German universities, where they were inculcated with the views of the German Historical School and its contempt for English economics and its classical-liberal bent.
The buildings of the historical school have been sold to businessmen allegedly aligned with the government by a contested committee the protesters claimed it has been imposed by the government.
Looking first at aesthetics and ideology then at landscape and ideology, he considers such topics as the science of taste in the 18th century: philosophical criticism and the Scottish Historical School, bourgeois critiques of the monopoly of taste, cultural philanthropy and the invention of the Norwich School, sheep as a pictorial motif: pastoral and counter-pastoral, and John Come's "local scenery:" iconography and the ideology of the picturesque.
Which historical school on Armistice Day will remember for the 94th consecutive year the 1,000 students who served during the two World Wars and whose 103 dead are now remembered on memorials at Redcar & Cleveland College?
Patten, Tugwell's beloved teacher--were products of what historian Daniel Rodgers calls "the German university connection." Americans by birth, these men pursued graduate education in various German universities where they studied with the professors of the German Historical School of economics, which promoted what some of its members called "state socialism."
His ideas were prominent in the first half of the nineteenth century but then faded as the historical school emerged and Ricardian economics came to be tarred with the socialist brush.

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