The Science of Society (1851)


by Stephen Pearl Andrews (1812-1886)


This online edition of The Science of Society is a work in progress.



NO. 1. THE TRUE CONSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT
IN THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE INDIVIDUAL
AS THE FINAL DEVELOPMENT OF PROTESTANTISM, DEMOCRACY AND SOCIALISM.

EXPLANATORY [by Benjamin Tucker(?), from the 1888 edition]

INTRODUCTION

THE TRUE CONSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT: A LECTURE


NO. 2. COST THE LIMIT OF PRICE:
A SCIENTIFIC MEASURE OF HONESTY IN TRADE
AS ONE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN THE SOLUTION OF THE SOCIAL PROBLEM.

PREFACE

THE COST PRINCIPLE

CHAPTER I. PRELIMINARY. THE NATURE AND NECESSITY OF A SOCIAL SCIENCE

CHAPTER II. EQUITY AND THE LABOR NOTE

CHAPTER III. COST, PRICE, LABOR, NATURAL WEALTH

CHAPTER IV. VALUE DISTINGUISHED FROM COST

CHAPTER V. MENIAL LABOR RAISED IN PRICE

CHAPTER VI. ATTRACTIVE INDUSTRY, CO-OPERATION, AND THE ECONOMIES

CHAPTER VII. CAPITAL, RENT, INTEREST, WAGES, MACHINERY, ETC.
APPENDIX

I. A REVIEW

II. REPLY TO THE TRIBUNE BY MR. ANDREWS



No. 1: New York: William J. Baner, 1851.
No. 2: New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1852.
Boston, Mass.: Sarah E. Holmes, Publisher, 1888.




Back to online library