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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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state
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1 Int, 4| Unfortunately, this disturbing state of affairs, far from decreasing, 2 Int, 4| even authorization by the State, so that these things can 3 1, 11| to the point that the State is called upon to give them 4 1, 14| this way, we revert to a state of barbarism which one hoped 5 1, 18| to any Constitution and State legislation - is today marked 6 1, 19| autonomy and who emerges from a state of total dependence on others. 7 1, 19| exact opposite of what a State ruled by law, as a community 8 1, 20| of totalitarianism. The State is no longer the "common 9 1, 20| transformed into a tyrant State, which arrogates to itself 10 1, 20| the disintegration of the State itself has already begun.~ 11 2, 38| human life in its earthly state, in which, for that matter, 12 2, 47| the body in its earthly state is not an absolute good 13 3, 55| of the family or of the State".44 Unfortunately it happens 14 3, 68| they were rights which the State, at least under certain 15 3, 68| morality of his choice. The State therefore, in the interest 16 3, 69| choice and demand that the State should not adopt or impose 17 3, 71| individual, no majority and no State can ever create, modify 18 3, 72| person involved. But any State which made such a request 19 3, 72| innocent life. In this way the State contributes to lessening 20 4, 93| and institutions of the State in no way violate the right 21 4, 101| simply to promote a human State. A State which recognizes 22 4, 101| promote a human State. A State which recognizes the defence


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