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Old 16th September 2014, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default Help from the Finns, Chydenius?

Anders Chydenius was an 18th C Finnish philosopher who formulated economic thought and the importance of "liberty" in any effective economic system. His work predates Adam Smith, and doesn't seem influenced by the French and English leading lights of his time.

Little of his work has been translated into English. What is available is terribly expensive. If any of our Finnish friends see his work translated in one of the bookstores let me know.
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Old 17th September 2014, 01:05 AM   #2
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As a starter, I note this: Anders Chydenius-sti.
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Anders Chydenius was an 18th C Finnish philosopher who formulated economic thought and the importance of "liberty" in any effective economic system. His work predates Adam Smith, and doesn't seem influenced by the French and English leading lights of his time.

Little of his work has been translated into English. What is available is terribly expensive. If any of our Finnish friends see his work translated in one of the bookstores let me know.
Very interesting guy, the cheapest translation I found was $122.00 I see what you mean.
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