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" And this is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly be sacrificed to some supposed benefit of the state, but why, on the other hand, the state is to be maintained solely for the benefit of citizens. "
Illustrations of Universal Progress: A Series of Discussions - Page 396
by Herbert Spencer - 1865 - 451 pages
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Present Status of the Philosophy of Society: A Treatise Designed to Show the ...

Leland A. Webster - Sociology - 1866 - 332 pages
...consciousness, and since the community, as a whole, has no corporate consciousness. And this is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...for the benefit of citizens. The corporate life must be subservient to the lives of the parts, instead of the lives of the parts being subservient to the...
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Essays: scientific, political, & speculative. Libr. ed, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - 1891
...community as a whole has no corporate consciousness. This is an everlasting reason why the welfares of citizens cannot rightly be sacrificed to some supposed benefit of the State, and why, on the other hand, the State is to be maintained solely for the benefit of citizens. The corporate...
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Essays, Scientific, Political, and Speculative, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1891
...community as a whole has no corporate consciousness. This is an everlasting reason why the welfares of citizens cannot rightly be sacrificed to some supposed benefit of the State, and why, on the other hand, the State is to be maintained solely for the benefit of citizens. The corporate...
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By-laws: Officers. List of Members, Etc.]

1892
...consciousness, and the community as a whole has not corporate consciousness. This is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...The corporate life must here be subservient to the life of the parts, instead of the lives of the parts being subservient to the corporate life." —...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 6

Science - 1875
...consciousness, and since the community as a whole has no corporate consciousness. And this is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...subservient to the lives of the parts, instead of tho lives of the parts being subservient to the corporate life." I have called attention to this admission...
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Outlines of Sociology

Lester Frank Ward - Sociology - 1897 - 301 pages
...consciousness, and since the community as a whole has no corporate consciousness. And this is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...be maintained solely for the benefit of citizens. 56 SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY PART I The corporate life must here be subservient to the lives of the parts,...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 159

1903
...consciousness, and since the community as a whole has no corporate consciousness. And this is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...solely for the benefit of citizens. The corporate life here must be subservient to the lives of the parts, instead of the lives of the parts being subservient...
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Individualism and Collectivism: Four Lectures

Caleb Williams Saleeby - Great Britain - 1906 - 154 pages
...consciousness, since the community as a whole has no corporate consciousness." " This is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...State is to be maintained solely for the benefit of the citizens. The corporate life must here be subservient to the livelPof the parts, instead of the...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social ..., Volume 28; Volume 30

Electronic journals - 1907 - 149 pages
...consciousness, and since the community, as a whole, has no corporate consciousness. And this is the everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...why, on the other hand, the state is to be maintained for the benefit of citizens. The corporate life must here be subservient to the lives of the parts,...
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Individualism and After: The Herbert Spencer Lecture Delivered in the ...

Benjamin Kidd - Individualism - 1908 - 36 pages
...and consciousness in any corporate consciousness. ' And this,' continued Spencer, ' is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly...sacrificed to some supposed benefit of the State. . . . The corporate life here must be subservient to the lives of the parts, instead of the lives of...
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