Three works of this great Fundamental Treatise for Physiocracy -
According to the author, true wealth consists only in the population. But the population depends on its subsistence, and subsistence is derived only from agriculture.
So for this convinced physiocrat, everything depends on agriculture: it remains the first of the arts.
Mirabeau will line up behind the idea that "The more you bring back to the earth, the more you populate it".
After publishing the first three parts containing L'Ami des hommes proper, Mirabeau met the physiocrat Quesnay.
Victor de Riquetti, Comte de Mirabeau & Quesnay - L'Ami des Hommes ou Traité de la Population - 1760 - Second Part to the Fifth Part (2 parts in Volume IV) - (Missing the First Part)
389 + 378 + 190 + 307 pages
Bindings in good condition, works in their period brown full leather bindings, covers and spines in good condition, adorned ribbed spines, red edges, gilded titling and volume numbers -
Inside in very good condition, lovely headbands, culs-de-lampe, marbled endpapers -
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