Definition of Physiocratic

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Physiocratic

physicotheologies
physicotheology
physics
physics-ly
physics department
physics lab
physics laboratory
physics package
physio
physio-
physioball
physiochemical
physiocrat
physiocratic (current term)
physiocrats
physiogenic
physiogeny
physiognomer
physiognomers
physiognomic
physiognomical
physiognomically
physiognomies
physiognomist
physiognomists
physiognomize
physiognomized
physiognomizes

Literary usage of Physiocratic

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1. An Introduction to the Study of Political Economy by Luigi Cossa (1893)
"CHAPTER VII THE physiocratic SYSTEM THE unparalleled merit of having created a scientific The first system of political economy, or, to phrase it better, ..."

2. The National System of Political Economy by Friedrich List (1904)
"THE physiocratic OR AGRICULTURAL SYSTEM. HAD the great enterprise of Colbert been permitted to succeed— had not the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, ..."

3. From poverty to plenty; or, The labour question solved by William Lee Rees (1888)
"... mercantile, physiocratic, and orthodox— The three classes who aid in producing and exchanging wealth, capitalist, producer, consumer — All life full of ..."

4. The Historicl Basis of Modern Europe (1760-1815): An Introductory Study to by Arhcibald Weir (1886)
"... one of the most capable representatives of the mercantile system.f Though the free-trade consequences of the physiocratic theory proved beneficial ..."

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