Idealization and privatization

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  • “Social Welfare” offers, for the first time, a wide-ranging, internationally-focused selection of cutting-edge work from leading academics. Its interdisciplinary approach and comparative perspective promote examination of the most pressing social welfare issues of the day. The book is divided in three sections.

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  • A closely related question is who will receive credit for forwarding a message. Ideally, any node who has ever tried to forward a message should be compensated because forwarding a message will incur a cost to the node, no matter successful or not. However, a forwarded message may be corrupted on the link, and there is no way to verify that the forwarding action does occur. Although some local wireless networks such as IEEE 802.11 do provide link layer acknowledgments, such acknowledgment schemes are not universal and we refrain from changing basic network functions.

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  • Learning objectives of this chapter include: Distinguish between the private and public sector approaches to project evaluation; explain the net present value approach to project evaluation and compare it with the internal rate of return and the benefit-cost ratio; show why, under ideal conditions, public sector projects should strive to maximise consumer (and producer) surplus;...

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  • Emerson wanted to visualize Thoreau as the ideal scholar in action that he had called for in the “American Scholar.” In the end, however, Emerson regretted Thoreau’s too-private individualism, which failed to signal the vibrant revolution in national consciousness that Emerson had prophesied. For Emerson, what Thoreau lacked, Walt Whitman embodied in full. On reading Leaves of Grass (1855), Emerson saw in Whitman the “prophet of democracy” whom he had sought.

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  • The political principle that underlies the market mechanism is unanimity. In an ideal free market resting on private property, no individual can coerce any other, all cooperation is voluntary, all parties to such cooperation benefit or they need not participate. There are not values, no "social" responsibilities in any sense other than the shared values and responsibilities of individuals. Society is a collection of individuals and of the various groups they voluntarily form. The political principle that underlies the political mechanism is conformity.

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  • This book was not written for private circulation among friends; it was not written to cheer and instruct a diseased relative of the author's; it was not thrown off during intervals of wearing labor to amuse an idle hour. It was not written for any of these reasons, and therefore it is submitted without the usual apologies. It will be seen that it deals with an entirely ideal state of society; and the chief embarrassment of the writers in this realm of the imagination has been the want of illustrative examples. In a State where there is no fever of speculation, no inflamed desire for...

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  • Generally, we do not have very well developed policies to support families in this country. Unlike most other industrialized countries, we consider family life to be private and not under the jurisdiction of community or government. That might be the ideal scenario, al- though I would not make that argument. However, when things are clearly not working out for families, other social institutions have a responsibility to step in and offer whatever help they can. Other- wise, if our children do not grow up to be healthy and productive adults, our society as we know it will collapse....

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