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Nature Civilization and the Political Imperative
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Aristotle associated B. F. Skinner become believe bureaucracy C. E. M. Joad central century chapter characteristic civiliza classical coercion complex civilization complex technology conception consciousness context course critics culture decisions deliberate desirable distributive justice division of labor economic Edward Bellamy ends equality ethical example existence existential expression factors framework fraternity idea individual industrial inevitable issues justice kind legislation limited machine man's mankind Marxist material means modern civilization negative freedom neighborhood nonhuman nonviolent notion numbers organization paradigm particularly personality physical Plato political philosophy population positive freedom possible primitive human nature primitive Nature principle problem question rational recognize reflected relations relatively revolution seek seems sense simply Sir Alister Hardy social change society soul spiritual structure suggested supposedly sure technological development teleological nature tend tendency things thought tion Tolstoyan utopians values violence violent coercion whole York