In such a presentation of the rent, considering it the total surplus product obtained in agriculture, on the one hand, Mr. Duyr was blocked by the profits of the British tenants, and on the other, by division based on that and recognized by the entire faculty of classical economics that surplus product into tenant rents and profits, is thus thwarted by the pure notion. Oh my eyes poster. Ty, exactly about rent. How can he do now? He acted as if he had never heard a single whisper of the division of agricultural surplus products into tenant and landlords profit, that was, ignorant of the entire land rent theory of economics.