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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • most important for me is the fact presented: there worked a
    • the facts are important which relate to the entirely different
    • said — when one wants to briefly characterise this serious fact
    • very peculiar fact now transpired, showing how many
    • economic life. This is an important, penetrating fact of
    • this fact when the economy is not considered through persuasion
    • is in fact threefold.
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture II: Comparisons at Solving the Social Question based on Life's Realities
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    • (mutation of the world), in which certain scientific facts and
    • some or other scientific facts adjusted as truth and
    • actual fact an equality between one person to another and which
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • creation of criticism about social facts of the present day are
    • understand is both a world historic and also a social fact of
    • developed over the last decades, a significant fact, one among
    • fact is presented here which has attracted some sceptics.
    • characterization of the social facts in the present time is
    • theoretical trend in true discussions because the facts are
    • presented with these urgent and burning facts but how even in
    • has thinking processes grown out of these facts. It is obvious
    • daily satisfaction coming from everyday experiences of life
    • masks today and play a role in the facts. Certainly, on the one
    • people — but when the fact is stressed regarding the
    • organism. One needs to look away from the fact that it may well
    • Karl Marx used various erroneous ways to point out basic facts.
    • relevant now when an erroneous fact became so powerful in
    • millions of human souls that it became a social fact. This is
    • As a result, essential economic factors and economic elements
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • more and more. It will become the determining factor towards
    • demanding certain satisfaction; how that changes in relation to
    • existence in confrontation. The essential fact in this fight,
    • decisive factor through human experience when the big legal
    • is becoming a limiting factor, even in the real sense it is
    • becoming a limiting factor. People need to become aware once
    • or other program in order to bring good fortune or satisfaction
    • factors work on the other side of the border, then the system
    • must greet the possibility with a certain satisfaction that out
    • satisfaction that misfortune actually has taught some people a
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • I consider necessary with regard to the facts which the social
    • something out of mere theory, mere outer dry and sober facts
    • following facts came about.
    • acknowledge the entire scope of this fact one should not only
    • concepts, which in fact makes out the form of one of the
    • Just take a single fact, take the most recently appeared fact
    • fundamental social facts in what I've just said. They will
    • examples — the fact that in certain regions, rather
    • place themselves within the economic life as a constant factor,
    • like people are one of the independent economic factors. This
    • side plays from the natural foundations of given factors.
    • in the goods market to how the natural factors work. One will
    • factors and interests would be needed. One would then have a
    • of its factors when only economically active interests appear
    • ruling factor. This interest however brings quite a specific
    • today when the facts are expressed often in a frightening way,
    • myself to speak about this evening. The facts speak clearly in
    • some areas. The facts also clearly say: the more people, who
    • both, are only involved with economic factors which take place
    • between both factors, on this basis people stand equally before
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • the all too necessary facts. This development brought about the
    • can't deny this — the facts teach us — in both
    • future and the facts of the present carried it into abundance.
    • forged by the machine. Into the factory he was packed,
    • the facts threatened and no longer allowed anything else to be
    • facts as originating from the social chaos. Those who
    • will in fact ask: How can human labour legitimately be
    • lives here in the feelings of the Proletarian is factual
    • which includes the satisfaction of needs of one person to
    • spiritual areas, is determined through the fact that the
    • according to this world historic fact, the history of the
    • can today's profit motives be replaced by purely factual
    • installed at machines, harnessed in a factory; here the
    • factual interest is applied to all and not be based on a mere
    • arising out of all the facts: How can the social organism be
    • the misfortune of only manufacturing tables and chairs, you
    • certain satisfaction. It has become quite obvious — when
    • mentioned. Today we are enslaved in a facts-phase where our
    • satisfaction look back at what I've wanted to achieve this



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