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The Fable of The Bees: The poem was published inand the book first appeared in At the time, however, it was considered scandalous. Keynes manddville that it was “convicted as a nuisance by the grand jury of Middlesex inwhich stands out in the history of the moral sciences for its scandalous reputation. Only one man is recorded as having spoken a good word for it, namely Dr. Johnsonwho declared that it did not puzzle him, but ‘opened his eyes into real life very much’.
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Mandeville gave great offense by manseville book, in which a cynical system of morality was made attractive by ingenious paradoxes. His doctrine that prosperity was increased by expenditure rather than by saving fell in with many current economic fallacies not yet extinct.
The poem had appeared in and was intended as a commentary on England as Mandeville saw it. Keynes described the poem as setting forth “the appalling plight of a prosperous community in which all the citizens suddenly take it into their heads to abandon luxurious living, and the State to cut down armaments, in the interests of Saving”. The “hive” is corrupt but prosperous, yet it grumbles about lack of virtue. A higher power decides to give them what they ask for:. The poem attracted little attention.
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The work, however, quickly achieved notoriety, being understood as an attack on Christian virtues. What it actually means remains controversial down to the present day. What Country soever in the Baejas is to be understood by the Bee-Hive represented here, it is evident from what is said of the Laws and Constitution of it, the Glory, Wealth, Power and Industry of its Inhabitants, that it must be a large, rich and warlike Nation, that is happily govern’d by a limited Monarchy.
The Mandevlile therefore to be met with in the following Lines upon the several Professions and Callings, and almost every Degree and Station of People, was not made to injure and point to a particular Persons, but only to shew the Vileness of the Ingredients that all together compose the wholesome Mixture of a well-order’d Society; in order to extol the wonderful Power of Political Wisdom, by the help of which so beautiful a Machine is rais’d from the most contemptible Branches.
For the main Design of the Fable, as it is briefly explain’d in the Moral is to shew the Impossibility of enjoying all the most elegant Comforts of Life that are to be met with fabkla an industrious, wealthy and powerful Nation, and at the same time be bless’d with all the Virtue and Innocence that can be mandevville for in a Golden Age; from thence to expose the Unreasonableness and Folly of those, that desirous of being an opulent and flourishing People, and wonderfully greedy after all the Benefits they can receive as such, are yet always murmuring at and exclaiming against those Vices and Inconveniences, that from the Beginning of the World to this present Day, have been inseparable from all Kingdoms and States that ever were fam’d for Strength, Riches, and Politeness, at the same time.
Mandeville sensed very well that even with all their morality men would never have been anything but monsters if nature had not given them pity in support of reason; but he did not see that from this quality alone flow all the social virtues he wants to question in men. In fact, what are generosity, clemency, humanity, if not pity applied to the weak, to the guilty, to the human species in general?
Mandeville is today generally regarded as a serious economist and philosopher.
His ideas about the division of labor qbejas on those of William Pettyand are similar to those of Adam Smith. Now Property, and Safety of Life and Limb, may be secured: This naturally will forward the Love of Peace, and make it spread.
No number of Men, when once they enjoy Quiet, and no Man needs to fear his Neighbour, will be long without learning to divide and subdivide their Labour Man, as I have hinted before, naturally loves to imitate what he sees others do, which is the reason that savage People all do the same thing: This hinders them from meliorating their Condition, though they are always wishing for it: The truth of what you say is in nothing so conspicuous, as it is in Watch-making, which is come to a higher degree of Perfection, than it would have been arrived at yet, if the whole had always remain’d the Employment of one Person; and I am persuaded, that even the Plenty we have of Clocks and Watches, as well as the Exactness and Beauty they may be made of, are chiefly owing to the Division that has been made of that Art into many Branches.
The Fable of the Bees, Volume two. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See notes in Smith at pp. Adam Smith was familiar with Mandeville’s work early on, as he discusses it in his Theory of Moral Sentiments: Influence on Economic Theory”.
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