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  • Title: Die Soziale Frage: Vierter Vortrag: Die Entwickelung des sozialen Denkens und Wollens und die Lebenslage der gegenwärtigen Menschheit
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    • die äußere Verwaltung, die Wahl der Personen in dem
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • leading personalities regarding the social question, on the
    • course of the war we see how personalities, who are active
    • of all of this, a thinking person viewing life at present, who
    • this doubt. One sees how important personalities within the
    • to add a personal remark it would be this: For years I have
    • about his personal thoughts, desires and experiences seem
    • the totally impersonal mechanism of modern capitalism, it was
    • them something personal, something towards personal joy,
    • personal honour and personal will impulses. They were to some
    • extent placed on the pinnacle of the personal beside the
    • machine, within the purely objective, impersonal circulation of
    • human personal level. However, the human soul always strives
    • away from human beings. It no longer carries a personal
    • what is happening in the soul of a person. An observer with
    • When a person realizes where the basic impulse of the social
    • olden times, there were slaves. An entire person was sold as
    • goods. In serfdom, a little less of a person was sold, but
    • still nearly the whole person. Capital became the power which
    • ideology, can't be the real spiritual impulse. Such a person
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture II: Comparisons at Solving the Social Question based on Life's Realities
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    • Spiritual life develops within a person. That is one member.
    • Within a person his actual political life develops too —
    • organism, relates to everything happening between one person
    • which we are considering, every single person has a social task
    • being of a person is dependent on his natural physical or
    • person and another. Living within the purely economic system is
    • everything in relationships between one person and another.
    • area of relationships between one person to the other.
    • one person to another, only in as far as a human being is a
    • person, it works with the activation of the idea of equality.
    • social organism. Towards various personalities who have been
    • personalities who are involved, how different events would have
    • person the rest of the world indicates threatening misfortune.
    • actual fact an equality between one person to another and which
    • the opinion of a person from this standpoint, but it relates to
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • views of proletarian personalities or proletarian rulers are
    • from quoting or making statements about personalities who in
    • relationship some personalities have to fanaticism, then some
    • people are quite astounded that these personalities can be
    • different directions. The important thing about his personality
    • personalities we know today and see as practical in life, could
    • words a person budding within spiritual development, who has to
    • personalities to edit some theme which has hardy or never been
    • spiritual life, in relation to its activity in personalities,
    • appointment of personalities, the limitations which may not be
    • person but remains a little manikin, a Homunculus. In the same
    • life, for some quite clever person to then exclaim: ‘You
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • relationships of one person to another. As with ancient
    • towards an affirmation of the human personality appears which
    • personality, experiencing human nature within, actually makes
    • relationships of one person to another. In a lively exchange in
    • practical public laws regulating relations of one person to
    • being a piece of land or anything exclusive to one person, for
    • one person to another, be it in workers' insurance or be it in
    • instinctively, I believe, every person can do it if life is
    • person belongs to the social organism, he does not work for
    • himself. Each act of work which a person performs can never
    • paradoxical it might sound, it is true. One person can just as
    • management as to the choice of persons in the spiritual branch
    • relationship of one person to another is regulated, as will be
    • organism was so structured that in some cases one person could
    • parliaments it often happens, the same person is accounted for
    • to making it valid for the mutual relationships of one person
    • even less pleasing — but necessary. Unless a person
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • point of view today. Many, also earlier personalities who
    • sending impulses into the soul, through the person's sensing
    • I actually as a person in the world?’ — Such a power
    • dignity. There existed a connection between what a person was
    • person.
    • are not totally determined by scientific orientation. A person
    • thing from quite the wrong side — one so personal, the
    • relation of one person to another, because I'm thinking of
    • personally and alone may possess and work on. Ownership has
    • subconscious one only saw how the entire person during the time
    • of the person was in bondage and all that was now left over was
    • the relationship of one person to another, then the
    • in such a way that its regulation deprives a person of what he
    • only dependent on what a person contributes: it depends on the
    • independent purely person to person interrelationship, it will
    • separated from that; only out of the relationship of one person
    • multiplication tables; a person is considered uneducated if he
    • but a person is not considered uneducated if he has no social
    • tables. Today every person should know what three times three
    • in Freedom on the one side, which point to personal
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • actually in my work in relation to what each person in the
    • say today: Among the ruling proletarian personalities, among
    • be quite an enlightened person in the leading and up to
    • the-then ruling circles, a person whose innermost convictions
    • olden times. Here the entire person was goods. Today what has
    • remained is only the labour of the person. However, now this
    • place. It must be realised that when a person in the economic
    • which includes the satisfaction of needs of one person to
    • another, but is connected to the relationship of one person to
    • every other person. Where all people should be equal is
    • personal interests valid.
    • which can be traded between one person and another, measure,
    • What will then happen is that a person, through his own labour,
    • the personalities within it, in relation to the personalities
    • person and his or her work.
    • us consider the connection between a person and their work
    • knows that such an unhealthy relationship between a person and
    • handled, a person can connect to his work, because he knows:
    • because it can't be any other way, that a person must also do
    • Anyway, this is a personal remark. However, those who have
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