Szkice ekonomiczne, Chrześcijanizm i ekonomia polityczna. Adam Smith, zycie i dziela. O celu ekonomii politycznej. Kilka myśli o ekonomii politycznej stosowanej. Wielka i mała własnosc ziemska wobec nauki gospodarstwa społecznego. (Economic sketches. Contents: Christianity and political economy. Adam Smith, life and works. About the Purpose of Political Economy. A few thoughts on applied political economy. Great and small land ownership in relation to the science of social farm.). Konstantego Wzdulskiego, Adam Smith.
Szkice ekonomiczne, Chrześcijanizm i ekonomia polityczna. Adam Smith, zycie i dziela. O celu ekonomii politycznej. Kilka myśli o ekonomii politycznej stosowanej. Wielka i mała własnosc ziemska wobec nauki gospodarstwa społecznego. (Economic sketches. Contents: Christianity and political economy. Adam Smith, life and works. About the Purpose of Political Economy. A few thoughts on applied political economy. Great and small land ownership in relation to the science of social farm.)
Monograph on Adam Smith, the first in Polish

Szkice ekonomiczne, Chrześcijanizm i ekonomia polityczna. Adam Smith, zycie i dziela. O celu ekonomii politycznej. Kilka myśli o ekonomii politycznej stosowanej. Wielka i mała własnosc ziemska wobec nauki gospodarstwa społecznego. (Economic sketches. Contents: Christianity and political economy. Adam Smith, life and works. About the Purpose of Political Economy. A few thoughts on applied political economy. Great and small land ownership in relation to the science of social farm.)

Warsaw: 1869. In contemporary half cloth. 213 p. Bindig little bit torn, little bit worn. Library sticker on the spine. Few pages creasy.

''In 1869, a monograph on Adam Smith by Konstanty Wzdulski, the first in Polish, was published as a part of his book Economic Sketches (Wzdulski 1869). Earlier it had been printed in “Gazeta Rolnicza” (Agriculture Newspaper). Entitled “Adam Smith, life and works” (1723-1790), it consists of four sections: in the first (pp. 39-62) a short biography of Smith; in the other three (pp. 63- 118) the contents of WN is summarized. As an epigraph Wzdulski used a quote from Pietro Rossi, successor to J.B. Say at the Collège de France, from his Cours d' Economie politique (1840-42): “Adam Smith, c’est le maître de nous tous”. The author sought “to acquaint Polish readers with the contents of the most important work in the field of political economy up to this time. It is still little known in our country” (Wzdulski 1869, pp. 112-113). In conclusion, he defends political economy as a science and - quoting L. Wołowski - refutes the imputation, put forward by representatives of the German historical school, that Smith was “an apostle of individualism and egoism” (Wzdulski 1869, pp. 116- 117). In Chodorowski’s opinion (Chodorowski 1980, p. 155), the defence of classical political economy, against the German historical school, is significant, if we take into consideration that Wzdulski is said to be a precursor of a Catholic trend in economic thought, although later from this trend many reproaches against Adam Smith’s economy have been put. (Stefan Zabiegiik: Adma Smith's political economy in Poland. Review of the problem).

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