23 Objicere - throw forward, rush, to oppose, to expose, to cause, to impute (Lat.). - Approx. per. 24 JL Borges Analytical Language of John Wilkins // Vol .: 3 t Riga, 1997. T. 2. 85. -. Note. per. 25 Moss M. Essay on the gift // M. Moss Company. Exchange. Personality. M., 1996. - Comm. per. 26 The argument is based on the unproven status (Lat.). - Approx. per. 27 Based on the experience (Lat.). - Approx. per.28 "The purpose of the acquisition and accumulation is considered to be the consumption of the accumulated wealth ... But only in the case when the term" material consumption "is taken away from its naive meaning of meaning, we can say that the material consumption gives strength to the stimulus, from which the same way there is an accumulation ... Having wealth endows man with honor, honor highlights the people and makes them the object of envy "(eng.). - T. Veblen, The Theory of the Leisure Class. M., 1984, pp 75-76. - Approx. per.