The quote below was written by a prominent figure in 1889:
"While the law [of competition] may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it insures the survival of the fittest in every department. We accept and welcome, therefore, as conditions to which we must accommodate ourselves, great inequality of environment, the concentration of business, industrial and commercial, in the hands of a few, and the law of competition between these, as being not only beneficial, but essential for the future progress of the race."
Which philosophy is represented by this quote?
Wed Aug 12 2020 16:44:07 GMT-0400 (EDT)