Table of contents for The mind and the market : capitalism in modern European thought / Jerry Z. Muller.

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ONE Historical Backdrop:
        Rights, Righteousness, and Virtue 3

TWO Voltaire:
         "A Merchant of a Noble Kind" 2 0

THREE Adam Smith:
      Moral Philosophy and Political Economy 5

FOUR Justus M6ser:
      The Market as Destroyer of Culture 84

FIVE Edmund Burke:
      Commerce, Conservatism, and the Intellectuals 104

SIX Hegel:
           A Life Worth Choosing  39

SEVEN Karl Marx:
       From Jewish Usury to Universal Vampirism  6

EIGHT Matthew Arnold:
       Weaning the Philistines from the Drug of Business 208

NINE Weber, Simmel, and Sombart:
       Community, Individuality, and Rationality 225,

TEN Lukacs and Freyer:
       From the Quest for Community to the
       Temptations of Totality 258

ELEVEN Schumpeter:
       Innovation and Resentment 288

TWELVE From Keynes to Marcuse:
       Affluence and Its Discontents 317

THIRTEEN Friedrich Hayek:
       Untimely Liberal 347

        Conclusion 388