- Author:Robert L. Heilbroner
- Publisher:W.W. Norton; First Paperback Edition edition (April 1, 1980)
- Pages:191 pages
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An Inquiry into the H. .by Robert L. Heilbroner. Written in 1953, The Worldly Philosophers has sold nearly four million copies Robert L. Heilbroner (March 24, 1919 – January 4, 2005) was an American economist and historian of economic thought.
An Inquiry into the H. The author of some twenty books, Heilbroner was best known for The Worldly Philosophers, a survey of the lives and contributions of famous economists, notably Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and John Maynard Keynes. Written in 1953, The Worldly Philosophers has sold nearly four million copies-the second-best-selling economics text of all time.
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That "terrible question" was posed by Robert L. Heilbroner in the original version of An Inquiry into the Human Prospect
That "terrible question" was posed by Robert L. Heilbroner in the original version of An Inquiry into the Human Prospect. Trenchant and unflinching, Professor Heilbroner's look at the sum and substance of our prospects for the remaining years of this century is provocative and indispensable reading for those who prefer not to avert their gaze from the hard realities of our times.
The author of some 20 books, Heilbroner was best known for The Worldly Philosophers: The Lives .
The author of some 20 books, Heilbroner was best known for The Worldly Philosophers: The Lives, Times and Ideas of the Great Economic Thinkers (1953), a survey of the lives and contributions of famous economists, notably Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and John Maynard Keynes. Heilbroner was born in 1919, in New York City, to a wealthy German Jewish family. His father, Louis Heilbroner, was a businessman who founded the men's clothing retailer Weber & Heilbroner. Robert graduated from Harvard University in 1940 with a summa cum laude degree in philosophy, government and economics.
most vividly in Robert Heilbroner’s An Inquiry into the Human Prospect (1974), which argued that human survival ultimately required the sacrifice of human freedom.
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Inquiry on the human condition. An Inquiry Into the Human Prospect (Original version). com User, November 19, 1997. This book provides an intriquing critical analysis of the future as seen from the height of the Cold War era.
Heilbroner, Robert . n Inquiry into the Human Prospect: Updated and Reconsidered for the 1980s. The Human Side of Enterprise. New York: McGraw Hill, 1960. New Patterns of Management. New York: McGraw Hill, 1961. The Human Organization. New York: McGraw Hill, 1967.