Betrachtungen und Maximen by Vauvenargues

By Vauvenargues

This ebook used to be digitized and reprinted from the collections of the college of California Libraries. It used to be made from electronic pictures created in the course of the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The electronic pictures have been wiped clean and ready for printing via computerized procedures. regardless of the cleansing method, occasional flaws should be current that have been a part of the unique paintings itself, or brought in the course of digitization. This publication and millions of others are available on-line within the HathiTrust electronic Library at www.hathitrust.org.

Show description

By Vauvenargues

This ebook used to be digitized and reprinted from the collections of the college of California Libraries. It used to be made from electronic pictures created in the course of the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The electronic pictures have been wiped clean and ready for printing via computerized procedures. regardless of the cleansing method, occasional flaws should be current that have been a part of the unique paintings itself, or brought in the course of digitization. This publication and millions of others are available on-line within the HathiTrust electronic Library at www.hathitrust.org.

Show description

Read Online or Download Betrachtungen und Maximen PDF

Best other social sciences books

El avance del saber

El avance del saber, en los angeles medida en que es los angeles quintaesencia del pensamiento baconiano en el período de formación del autor, sintetiza admirablemente las líneas maestras de éste y exhibe ya muchos de los rasgos característicos de su obra de madurez. Gracias a su outstanding difusión (conoció incluso una versión francesa en 1624), realzada por los angeles ulterior revisión del tema en De augmentis, los proyectos del Canciller fueron bien conocidos y no sintió l. a. necesidad de dar a l. a. luz ningún otro de los borradores que a los angeles sazón redactara, reservándose para su obra magna, los angeles gran restauración.

Additional resources for Betrachtungen und Maximen

Example text

Those who have forced directly upon their notice the larger aspects of the problem, those who are directly responsible for the collective interests of ists receive officers the community, can now hardly avoid, whether they like or not, taking the SociaUst view. Each Minister of State protests against SociaUsm in the abstract, but every decision that he gives in his own department leans more and more away from the Individualist side. it — Socialism and liberty. Some persons may object that this gradual expansion of the collective administration of the nation's life cannot fairly be styled a Socialistic development, and that the name ought to be refused to everything but a complete system of society on a Communist basis.

The majority cannot help its tjnranny even if it would. The giant Winkelmeier must have found our doorways in- me ; ; : : ; convenient, just as men of five feet or less find the slope of the floor in a theatre not sufi&ciently steep to enable them to see over the heads of those in front. But whilst the average height of a man is 5ft. Sin. there is no redress for such grievances. Builders will accommodate doors and floors to the majority, and not to the minority. For since either the majority or the minority must be incommoded, evidently the more powerful must have its way.

No sooner is this formicated than its effect on the distribution of wealth is examined by the economist, who finds no trouble in convicting it of privilege, monopoly, inequality, unjust indirect taxation, and ever5^hing that is most repugnant to Anarchism. But this startling reverse, however it may put the Anarchist out of conceit with his economic program, does not in the least reconcile him to State Socialism. It only changes his mind on one point. Whilst his economic program satisfied him, he was content to admit that State Socialism was the only possible alternative to IndividuaUst Anarchism : nay, he rather insisted on it, because his dislike of the State Socialist alternative was a strong incentive to the acceptance of the other.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.88 of 5 – based on 6 votes