Excerpt from The Triorganic Social Organism: An Exposition of the Embryonal Points of the Social Question in the Life-Necessities of the Present and Future
The social life of the present day propounds grave and far - reaching problems. We are faced with de mands for new forms of social Structure. Con fronted by these demands, we become aware that the solution of these problems must be sought along paths that have hitherto not been thought of. On the strength of existing facts, perhaps there may today be a chance for him to oh tain a hearing, whose experience of life convinces him that the present chaos is due to lack of thought - is due to this very failure to think out roads that have become necessary. The arguments of the following work are based upon such a conviction. Their object is to indicate what must be done in order to turn the demands that are today, put forward by a great por tion of mankind toward the direction of a social pur pose that is resolute and conscious of its goal.
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