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How did Robert Owen's and Adam Smith's philosophies differ?
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Weegy: How did Robert Owen's and Adam Smith's philosophies differ? Robert Owen’s ideas offer the most hope for improving industrialized world; because he set up schools for the young, he built better housing for the mill workers, [ and though he didn't succeed in the New Harmony community (a perfect society). He wanted all the workers to share in the labor and profits, but harmony didn't prevail. I really do think he’s a really kind person with kind ideas. His ideas just seem much better than Adam Smith and Karl Marx. Adam Smith developed a comprehensive and somewhat unusual version of moral sentimentalism in his Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759, TMS). He did not expressly lay out a political philosophy in similar detail, but a distinctive set of views on politics can be extrapolated from elements of both TMS and his Wealth of Nations (1776, WN); student notes from his lectures on jurisprudence (1762–1763, LJ) have also helped flesh out his thoughts on governance. ]
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Owen believed that economic production should be controlled by the government.- is how Robert Owen's and Adam Smith's philosophies differ.
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