It is these writers whom Menger thought he had discovered as the authors of scientific socialism.
This was two decades before Gossen and a generation earlier than Menger and Jevons.
But Menger's conception of value is essentially different from my own.
Menger cites, in this connection, the provisions of the Prussian law.
Credit thus tends to universalize that characteristic which Menger considers the unique characteristic of money.
Why, I was on my way to the Menger, but my valet had forgot to pack my pyjamas.
Menger enumerates a number of circumstances connected with a good which increase its saleability.
Menger points out the difference between "buying price" and "selling price."
Menger's work is not Marxism, whereas Engels's and Bebel's work of this class is practically without value or originality.
In general, Menger's list meets the requirements often laid down for a good medium of exchange.