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A variant of this set of definitions is Joseph Schumpeter's argument, set out in Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy ( 1941 ), that liberal democracies were evolving from " liberal capitalism " into democratic socialism, with the growth of workers ' self-management, industrial democracy and regulatory institutions.
Creative destruction, sometimes known as Schumpeter's gale, is a term in economics which has since the 1950s become most readily identified with the Austrian-American economist Joseph Schumpeter, who adapted it from the work of Karl Marx and popularized it as a theory of economic innovation and the business cycle.
Social geographer David Harvey sums up the differences between Marx's usage of these concepts and Schumpeter's: " Both Karl Marx and Joseph Schumpeter wrote at length on the ' creative-destructive ' tendencies inherent in capitalism.
Atavism is a key term in Joseph Schumpeter's explanation of World War I in 20th century liberal Europe.
The Historical school is also a source of Joseph Schumpeter's dynamic, change-oriented, and innovation-based economics.
" He also coined the term and concept of creative destruction which is a key ingredient of Joseph Schumpeter's theory of innovation ( Schumpeter actually borrowed much from Sombart, not always with proper reference ).
This traces to Austrian-American political scientist Joseph Schumpeter's notion that a " perennial gale of creative destruction " is ever sweeping through capitalist economies, driving enterprise at the market's mercy.
Much attention has been drawn to the economic thought of the School of Salamanca by Joseph Schumpeter's History of Economic Analysis ( 1954 ).
in Gunnar Myrdal's key concept Circular Cumulative Causation and also in Joseph Schumpeter's " creative destruction " theory of the business cycle.
It is based on Joseph Schumpeter's notion of ‘ gales of creative destruction ’.

Joseph and concept
For a given material, it can have a positive or negative sign or exceptionally it can be zero, and this can depend on the temperature, as it does for water about 4 C. The concept of latent heat with respect to volume was perhaps first recognized by Joseph Black in 1762.
The 2011 contemporary classical concept album Troika is composed of new orchestral songs set to Russian, English, and French-language poetry by five multilingual Russian-born writers: Joseph Brodsky, Mikhail Lermontov, Vladimir Nabokov, Aleksandr Pushkin and Fyodor Tyutchev.
* Hugh Joseph Tallon The concept of self in British and American idealism Catholic University of America Press, 1939
Other writers ( including Joseph Schumpeter ) have traced back the concept even further to Ibn Khaldun, who in his Muqaddimah ( 1377 ), described labor as the source of value, necessary for all earnings and capital accumulation, obvious in the case of craft.
" After Lenin's death in January 1924, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union – then increasingly under the control of Joseph Stalin – rejected the theory that socialism could not be built solely in the Soviet Union, in favour of the concept of Socialism in One Country.
Bentham claimed to have borrowed this concept from the writings of Joseph Priestley, although the closest that Priestley in fact came to expressing it was in the form " the good and happiness of the members, that is the majority of the members of any state, is the great standard by which every thing relating to that state must finally be determined ".
Joseph Malin opened the first recorded combined fish-and-chip shop in London in 1860 or in 1865, while a Mr Lees pioneered the concept in the North of England, in Mossley, in 1863.
In July 2008, at the San Diego Comic-Con International, he appeared in a teaser for Tron: Legacy, shot as concept footage for director Joseph Kosinski ; this developed into a full 3D feature release in 2010.
Joseph Schlessinger's former colleagues at the Weizmann Institute, in particular Michael Sela, claimed to have come up with this concept alongside Schlessinger when they worked together there years earlier, and Yeda challenged the Aventis patent in the United States.
In Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy ( 1942 ), Joseph Schumpeter developed the concept out of a careful reading of Marx ’ s thought ( to which the whole of Part I of the book is devoted ), arguing ( in Part II ) that the creative-destructive forces unleashed by capitalism would eventually lead to its demise as a system ( see below ).
This 19th-century concept was largely initially developed by Count Joseph Arthur De Gobineau.
According to Joseph R. Strayer, the concept of feudalism can also be applied to the societies of ancient Persia, ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt ( Sixth to Twelfth dynasty ), Muslim India, China ( Zhou Dynasty, and end of Han Dynasty ) and Japan during the Shogunate.
The TQM concept was developed by a number of American management consultants, including W. Edwards Deming, Joseph M. Juran, and Armand V. Feigenbaum.
The concept of the lithosphere as Earth ’ s strong outer layer was developed by Joseph Barrell, who wrote a series of papers introducing the concept.
Sergei Obraztsov explored the concept of kukolnost (' puppetness '), despite Joseph Stalin's insistence on realism.
Soft power is a concept developed by Joseph Nye to describe the ability to attract and co-opt rather than coerce and rather than using force or money as a means of persuasion.
Joseph Nye's book describing the concept of " soft power "
The concept of a Dinaric race originated with Joseph Deniker, but became most closely associated with the writings of Hans F. K. Günther and Carleton S. Coon.
* Joseph Kosuth dates the concept of One and Three Chairs in the year 1965.
The concept embodied in the proverb has been in the English language since at least 1846, in an English translation of the French novel Mathilde by Marie Joseph Eugène Sue: la vengeance se mange très-bien froide &# 91 ; Sic ( sp?
It is also problematic to draw the line between modern ideas and more ancient ones, for example, Joseph Campbell's concept of myth from cultural anthropology, and Carl Jung's concept of archetype in psychology.
The concept of a Lagrangian was introduced in a reformulation of classical mechanics introduced by Joseph Louis Lagrange in 1788, known as Lagrangian mechanics.
Some neuroscientists, including Joseph LeDoux, have suggested that the concept of a functionally unified limbic system should be abandoned as obsolete because it is grounded mainly in historical concepts of brain anatomy that are no longer accepted as accurate.

Joseph and destruction
Joseph Schumpeter saw the entrepreneur as an innovator and popularized the use of the phrase creative destruction to describe the role of entrepreneurs in changing business norms.
" His legacy of death and destruction in the Congo region is considered an inspiration for Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness.
The last known event of this sort was the destruction of the Duke of Aveiro's palace in Lisbon in 1759, due to his participation in the Távora affair ( a conspiracy against King Joseph I of Portugal ).
Although the modern term " creative destruction " is not used explicitly by Marx, it is largely derived from his analyses, particularly in the work of Werner Sombart ( whom Engels described as the only German professor who understood Marx's Capital ), and of Joseph Schumpeter, who discussed at length the origin of the idea in Marx's work ( see below ).
The expression " creative destruction " was popularized by and is most associated with Joseph Schumpeter, particularly in his book Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, first published in 1942.
In the early 20th century, Joseph Schumpeter introduced the economic theory of creative destruction, to describe the way in which old ways of doing things are endogenously destroyed and replaced by the new.
In 1781, Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor, ordered the destruction of the city's fortified walls – their former location however continues to be referred to in the Latin terms intra muros ( within the walls ) and extra muros ( outside ), and meanwhile the site became that of the inner ring road.
The collections increased steadily by purchase and gift to the outbreak of the French Revolution, at which time it was in grave danger of partial or total destruction, but owing to the activities of Antoine-Augustin Renouard and Joseph Van Praet it suffered no injury.
Joseph Priestley himself is believed to have stayed at the ' Three Tuns ' following the destruction of his home in the riots.
This child, Joseph Samuel T ' Kol T ' Lan Kirk ( called Joseph ), proves instrumental in preserving the Galactic Barrier from destruction, protecting all life in our galaxy from invasion by hostile would-be conquerors from the neighboring Andromeda Galaxy, known as the Totality, in the ninth novel of the series, Captain's Glory.
At its formation, there were three non-Mormon members-Marenus G. Eaton, who had revealed a conspiracy against Joseph Smith by Nauvoo dissenters, Edward Bonney, whose brother was a Mormon but who later acted as prosecutor against Joseph Smith for his role in the destruction of the Nauvoo Expositor, and Uriah Brown.
* The old town of Middleton or Milton, and its destruction by Joseph Damer to create a large park
More alarmingly, Gloder's Nazis also had a head start on the research and development of nuclear weapons, which led to the destruction of Moscow and Leningrad, eliminating Joseph Stalin and his Politburo in this alternate 1938.
German scholars, including Professor Dagobert Frey and Dr Joseph Mühlmann, took an active part in the work of destruction.
Mia and Jimmy's mentor, Joseph Mbele, believes that the Ships have an obligation to assist the colonists by sharing their knowledge, which Daniel Kutsov says is the heritage of all who survived the destruction of Earth.
After continuing on their journey, Kimball reports that " t was made known to Joseph that he had been an officer who fell in battle, in the last destruction among the Lamanites, and his name was Zelph.
Although Cruzat treated the raid as an act of Indian affairs, the looting and destruction of goods held at Fort St. Joseph also dissuaded a second British attack into Spanish territory.
After the destruction of Fort Stanwix in 1781 it was the western most fort in the Mohawk valley, and was besieged by Mohawk leader Joseph Brant in 1782.

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