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sociedad 7
sociedade 1
societies 11
society 79
socio 3
socio-cultural 1
socio-economic 9
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79 french
79 society
79 sp
75 no
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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Double Game of French Socialism

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1 Messag (1) | perspective of a self-­managing society as "the SP's own contribution, 2 Messag (1) | complete reform of human society and even of man himself. 3 Messag (4) | established, as a right of man in society, this absolute liberty that 4 Messag (4) | Assembly attribute to man in society as being an immutable right 5 Messag (4) | men might gather in civil society, it was necessary to constitute 6 Messag (4) | general agreement of human society to obey its kings' (Confes­ 7 Messag (4) | one, and that therefore society is nothing more than a group 8 Messag (4) | among men gathered in civil society, on account of the fact 9 Messag (4) | conduct is disorderly, so that society itself not fall under the 10 Messag (7) | established by capitalist society affecting all sectors of 11 Messag (10)| for the reor­ganization of society, even if it has to be gradual" ( 12 Messag (13)| a funda­mental change of society, a revolution­ary. The French 13 Messag (13)| that the transformation of society requires a program aiming 14 Messag (13)| accomplished. To change society .. is to reject the illusion 15 Messag, 2, 4 | these rights belong to society as a whole, represented 16 Messag, 2, 5 | Self-Management Must Encompass Society and Man as a Whole~ ~This " 17 Messag, 2, 5 | of activity comprised in society, including corporations, 18 Messag, 2, 6 | the individual exists for society and should produce, not 19 Messag, 2, 6 | misery prevail in all of society.~Every man seeks, both by 20 Messag, 2, 6 | necessities and decorum of society. From this initial impulse 21 Messag, 2, 6 | should ulti­mately encompass society as a whole. In this way, 22 Messag, 2, 6 | a scope proportional to society.~Socialism instills discouragement 23 Messag, 2, 6 | ceiling in an egalitarian society will inevitably be equal 24 Messag, 2, 7 | 7. The Self-Managing Society and the Family~ ~The Program' 25 Messag, 2, 7 | intermediate step between him and society  dampens his love for the 26 Messag, 2, 8 | behalf of the self-managing society as communism is on behalf 27 Messag (22)| the liberated time. The society  of  free time must be a 28 Messag (22)| of  free time must be a society of culture...."~"Cultural 29 Messag, 2, 9 | Lifestyles~ ~In a self-managing society the com­pany organizes work-leisure 30 Messag (26)| the child's full place in society: equality, liberty and responsibility 31 Messag (26)| specific place: [in modern society] it is under tutelage... 32 Messag (26)| are now entitled to do in society" (Program, pp. 311-312).~" 33 Messag, 2, 11 | order of things. But the new society does not fit these mental 34 Messag (33)| very well that one form of society does not replace another 35 Messag (33)| from the bosom of feudal society. And socialism itself began 36 Messag, 2, 12 | family-sized property - stand in a society molded by the SP? This question 37 Messag, 2, 12 | down for the self-managing society, some questions come to 38 Messag, 3, 1 | Man in the Self-Managing Society: to Become Informed, Dialogue 39 Messag, 3, 1 | structure in the self-managing society starts out from the assemblies, 40 Messag, 3, 1 | mittees and other agencies of society until it finally reaches 41 Messag (35)| self-managing socialist society is the recognition of small 42 Messag, 3, 1 | deformations that a self-managed society could suffer once established. 43 Messag, 3, 1 | Once the self-managing society is established, the powers 44 Messag, 3, 1 | foundation and rule of that society, it will live by virtue 45 Messag, 3, 1 | none in the self-manag­ing society, where the liberty of the 46 Messag, 3, 1 | everything in a self-­managing society. It annihilates the fam­ 47 Messag, 3, 1 | will remain for them in society. It has unlimited power 48 Messag, 3, 1 | word, the self-managing society has its own morality and 49 Messag (36)| the self-­management of society as their final goal. In 50 Messag (36)| of a communist classless society in which communist social 51 Messag (36)| transition to self-managing society as follows:~"The development 52 Messag (36)| a social regime in which society may be run without the need 53 Messag (36)| communist self-management of society. Some social functions analogous 54 Messag (36)| traces of the division of society into classes have been erased, 55 Messag (36)| State will also disappear. Society will no longer need special 56 Messag, 3, 2 | Program~ ~The self-managing society does not confine itself 57 Messag, 3, 2 | rights is not God but man, society. The Program entirely ignores 58 Messag, 3, 2 | sic to the self-managing society that clash head-on with 59 Messag, 3, 2 | that the self-­managing society, which tends to destroy 60 Messag, 3, 2 | Church in everything that society conceives and implements 61 Messag, 3, 2 | such a global vision of society that it necessarily pre­ 62 Messag, 3, 2 | certain way, the context of society. A global, laicist and self-sufficient 63 Messag, 3, 2 | laicist and self-sufficient society corresponds to an anal­ogously 64 Messag, 3, 2 | of redemptive function to society as a whole. There the individual 65 Messag, 3, 2 | at reconstructing a human society diametrically opposed to 66 Messag, 3, 3 | is proper to a democratic society" to choose between "opposing" 67 Messag, 3, 3 | on the near future of our society ... not to support a group 68 Messag (45)| more just and fraternal society not be degraded along the 69 Messag (47)| transformation of interna­tional society" (Resolution of the Con­ 70 Messag, 4, 1 | October 13, 1981~American Society for the Defense of Tradition, 71 1, 3 | the SP, the self-managing society will not bring about a restraint 72 1, 3 | Theses," p. 16).~-- "The new society will be worthwhile only 73 1, 6 | implantation of a self-managing society will not, however, be effected 74 1, 6 | grandiose task [of transforming society], it [the SP] must not lend 75 1, 8 | The self-managing society is a radical fulfillment 76 1, 8 | extended to the whole of society, means the end of exploitation, 77 Commun | Council of the Brazilian Society for the Defense of Tradition, 78 Author | accomplishment is the Brazilian Society for the Defense of Tradition, 79 Author | before the founding of the Society. This book shows how certain


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