Culture of the Market Historical Essays
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Description: The thirteen essays collected in this volume provide various perspectives on the meanings that different individuals and social groups have attached to their experience of the market.
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Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 6/13/1996
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|List of contributors|
|Introduction: the culture of the market|
|Market Regimes Old and New|
|The ruling class in the market place: nobles and money in early modern France|
|Territorial gardens: the control of land in seventeenth-century French formal gardens|
|Money, equality, fraternity: freemasonry and the social order in eighteenth-century Europe|
|Market culture, reckless passion and the Victorian reconstruction of punishment|
|Personality and Authority in the Age of Capital|
|New cultural heroes in the early national period|
|Preserving 'the natural equality of rank and influence' liberalism, republicanism and equality of condition in Jacksonian politics|
|Banking on language: the currency of Alexander Bryan Johnson|
|The Lens of 'High' Culture|
|An entrepreneur in spite of himself: Edgar Degas and the market|
|A Yankee Diogenes: Thoreau and the market|
|Need and honour in Balzac's Pere Goriot: reflections on a vision of laissez-faire society|
|Agency and Structure|
|The reformist dimensions of Talcott Parsons's early social theory|
|The strange career of The Lonely Crowd: or the antinomies of autonomy|
|Persons as uncaused causes: John Stuart Mill, The Spirit of Capitalism, and the 'invention'of formalism|