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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Double Game of French Socialism

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   Part, Chap., 
1 Messag, 1, 2 | of this program to every individual and every nation - to France 2 Messag (11)| the full blossom­ing of individual and collective liberties" ( 3 Messag, 2, 6 | communists, hold that the individual exists for society and should 4 Messag, 2, 7 | mere fulfillment of the individual. The sterility of this function 5 Messag, 2, 7 | the walls supporting every individual's personality will thus 6 Messag, 2, 8 | The SP disap­proves of individual and personalizing leisure. 7 Messag (22)| everyone to expand, be it by individual effort or by participation 8 Messag (22)| considered isolated moments of individual and collective existence 9 Messag, 2, 9 | this whole process is the individual, regimented and fitted into 10 Messag, 2, 9 | the proclamation of an individual right; b) the affirmation 11 Messag, 2, 10 | to obey. When, then, is individual liberty achieved? At the 12 Messag, 2, 11 | but not belonging to any individual either, for in a general 13 Messag (29)| themselves and to retain it by individual right as theirs and as their 14 Messag (29)| champions the right of the individual to own property. Herein 15 Messag (29)| problem -- the right of the individual and of the family to own 16 Messag (29)| its nature would place the individual owning it in a position 17 Messag (29)| private proprietor may be an individual, a group, or an association 18 Messag (29)| group, or an association of individual owners.~Naturally, this 19 Messag (29)| be usually owned by an individual;~b) In principle (and notably 20 Messag (29)| groups of persons instead of individual proprietors, thus better 21 Messag, 2, 11 | proportions, for it maintains its individual character amidst a wholly 22 Messag (32)| eventual heirs, this modest individual patrimony will be of little 23 Messag, 3, 1 | home. How will this affect individual freedom?~At this point what 24 Messag, 3, 1 | the realm of his purely individual choices, in which he manifests 25 Messag, 3, 1 | decision-making assem­blies. As an individual, he is pushed by the Program 26 Messag (35)| interests very close to the individual and easy to grasp (family, 27 Messag, 3, 1 | recognition of greater or lesser individual liberties. In the East the 28 Messag, 3, 1 | where the liberty of the individual is restricted to speaking 29 Messag, 3, 1 | itself in the mind of the individual. All that is left to him 30 Messag, 3, 2 | eliminating or restrict­ing the individual's liberties but, as we have 31 Messag (39)| field without touching the individual, the family, or education. 32 Messag, 3, 2 | society as a whole. There the individual is rescued from the shipwreck 33 Messag, 3, 2 | his very condition as an individual puts him. It is the path 34 1, 7 | that weakens either the individual's job security or the collective 35 Commun | inheres by nature in every individual. The same applies when it


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