By Jorge Larraín
El concepto de ideología. Vol.1 traza un recorrido por las diferentes corrientes de pensamiento con el fin de revisar, de una forma más completa, l. a. propuesta de Karl Marx con respecto a una teoría de los angeles ideología. En este, el primero de cuatro volúmenes sobre el tema, el autor busca dilucidar cómo Marx concibió esta noción, cuáles fueron sus propósitos y qué factores dificultaron su aplicación en l. a. sociedad.
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Smith discussed the effect of the poor laws in England on the price of wages and the free circulation of labor. As well as noting economic detriments, he commented: To remove a man who has committed no misdemeanour from the parish where he chuses to reside, is an evident violation of natural liberty and justice. P. Mal/oy and J. Evensky: Adam Smith and the Philosophy of Law and Economics, 31-61. © 1994 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 32 JOHN W. CAIRNS however, so jealous of their liberty, but like the common people of most other countries never rightly understanding wherein it consists, have now for more than a century together suffered themselves to be exposed to this oppression without a remedy.
94 There was still little scope for the legislative power. 95 How did these assemblies of the whole people, or subsequently of men delegated by the whole people, decide causes? Smith is not entirely clear on the issue. He pointed out that these assemblies and courts first interposed 'as a friend without any legall authority', but grew to have a power similar to that of arbiters in deciding causes brought before them and inflicting 'some gentle penalty'. They then came to punish atrocious crimes, and finally came to have the power 'of a free judiciall authority'.
In the last part of his lectures, he examined those political regulations which are founded, not upon the principle of justice, but that of expediency .... » Millar's account is generally accurate, though it may be pointed out that Smith included political regulations founded on justice and those on expediency together in his Lectures on Jurisprudence, which he finished with an account of the law of nations. 34 Smith's class thus followed and developed on the traditional structure of the moral philosophy curriculum established in Glasgow by Gershom Carmichael.