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Some Unquestioned Assumptions. John Hospers - - Journal of Social Philosophy 22 3 However, he is condemned by nature to suffering and to privation if he does not take upon himself the effort of work. Hence he has only the choice between two evils…. Up to now, however, no remedy has been found for it, except for one man to avail himself of the work of others…so that all work is for the Hence [we have] slavery and robbery.
There is still a tyrant and a victim, but now the state, i. What could be better for the purpose of stifling our doubts and vanquishing all resistance? We turn to the state and say to it: I find that between my enjoyment and my work there exists no relation that satisfies me.
In order to bring about the desired balance, I would like to take away a little from others. However, that would be dangerous were I to do it myself. Can you, state, facilitate matters for me? Can you not assign me to a favorable position, or assign a more unfavorable one to my competitor? Or, can you not educate my children at public expense?
Some Unquestioned Assumptions. John Hospers - - Journal of Social Philosophy 22 3 However, he is condemned by nature to suffering and to privation if he does not take upon himself the effort of work. Hence he has only the choice between two evils….
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Introduction to Philosophical Analysis
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