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- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
- Everything that could be learned about taxation and how it
- Title: Social Future: Contents
- Title: Social Future: Lecture II: The Organization of a Practical Economic Life on the Associative Basis
- MONEY AND TAXATION. CREDIT.
- the transition from all kinds of indirect taxation and other sources
- an object of taxation.
- Hence, if a system of taxation is to be created which constitutes a
- expenditure, which I beg you not to confound with indirect taxation.
- Indirect taxation is often the expression of the wishes of rulers at
- indirect taxation, in speaking of the tax on expenditure; the point
- example of taxation, we see how very necessary is a change in our
- Title: Social Future: Lecture III: The Task and Limitations of of Democracy, Public and Criminal Law
- taxation, which will present difficulties. It will take long for
- Title: Social Future: Lecture V: The Cooperation of the Spiritual, Political and Economic Departments of Life
- state then would lose the benefit of the taxation. He argues that
- this is just what should happen, and that the taxation has a moral
- aim. Taxation would then have the effect of promoting morality!
- spring from the human soul and spirit, by means of taxation, namely,
- taxation. If inherited property were taxed as highly as possible, he
- proposals should be determined by state laws, taxation, and so on;
- Title: World Economy: Lecture VI
- demanding the taxation of legacies (which, of course, are also gifts),
- Title: World Economy: Lecture XII
- absorbed into the general pool of taxation. It vanishes into a vague
- Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 2
- take an example: What is the best system of taxation? Now today the
- important thing is not to think out a system of taxation but to work
- organism becomes more and more an actuality the best system of taxation
- of taxation. But what if you were to stand alone with your magnificently
- not, such as a system of taxation, but of what fundamentally all men
- Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 5
- the rate of taxation should be settled. Although it could be worked
- Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 6
- internal political taxation had no influence, we had relations between
- Title: Fundamental Social: Lecture 2: The Logic of Thought and the Logic of Reality
- result is, for example, a quite definite system of taxation.
- But this system of taxation, once more, can only be found by
- Title: Die Soziale Frage als Bewußtseinsfrage: Lecture VI
- da war, auf den die politischen Taxationen, die
- Title: Die Soziale Frage als Bewußtseinsfrage: Hinweise
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