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|Aristotle Society is held together by our need; we bind it together with legend, |
myth, coercion, fearing that without it we will be hurled into that void, within which,
... Baldwin, James Society cares for the individual only so far as he is profitable.
|To avoid this, individuals should pursue ends that give their existence meaning, |
although this is only possible for a privileged ... incurred by capitalism, Beauvoir
argues that 'society cares about the individual only in so far as he is profitable'.
|One's life has value so long as one attributes value to the life of others, by means |
of love, friendship, indignation, compassion. Society cares about the individual
only in so far as he is profitable. The old tend to join the ranks of the
|cile the interests of both parties as far as possible. ... He certainly thought that if |
workmen, by their own perseverance, skill, and care, made profits which the
employer had not ... men , and surely the employer would not be so immoral as to
participate in profits which he had not been instrumental in creating. If the
participation were only to come out of new profits, they had to thank the employer
|I telieve so. 3858. And the receipts about 1200/.?— Yes. 3859. Is not that a large |
proportion for the working expenses ? ... If you look at the capital account that
society has made an actual profit of more than 300Z. in addition to lending money
... a ballot and he may have been wishful before to have a house, but when he
receives a ballot it may suit him far better to be ... A society in Birmingham
purchased 500/. at 8Z. per 100/. from five individuals and they sold that for 136/.,
which gave ...
|which prevent that linking together so earnestly to be desired. ... in the profits |
according to their grades of intelligence, capability, and skill ; and men »o
situated will take care that they ... of individuals were thr »\vn out of employment,
and became dependent upon capital instead of labour. ... he apprehended, so far
as the working man was concerned, whatever might be the attendant evils, it was
the only ...
|The latter, it is sufficiently proved by the world's experience, will not work at all if |
he can help it. ... of the black blood is so great, that even a large mixture of white
blood will overcome it only so far as to induce the individual to perform menial
offices, clinging to the skirts of white society. ... Is it not a slander upon these
illustrious sires, to say they have begotten a race that cannot take care of
|There is no douht that in the case of a copartnery, the whole individuals |
constituting it, whether known or not, or whether their credit ... Accordingly, this is
just the common contract of sale hetween Venahles and Wardlaw, to furnish the
latter with paper on his sole credit, and ... as Wood did for a half of the profits, and
I care not whether it is nett profits, or profits simply for which he stipulates, would
he liahle as for joint adventure, as I do not think that we have any authority for
going so far.
|There is one however which we have been surprised to find in so few bands, as |
from the experience of years we ... sometimes running very high, and at others
being literally nothing; nnd we believe thru if the average estimate of profit on an
... the name of an individual who is i.ot only highly qualified, hjt who is entirely
disposed to subserve its purposes at Antwerp, located as he is, in a country t<> »
h;eli Horticulture, so far as pvomology is concerned, is indebted for inure
numerous and ...
|What is the "social contract," and what are our obligations to it? Is the "general will" infallible? What are the limits of sovereign power? What are the marks of "good government"? What constitutes the death of the body politic?|