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Home and social philosophy
|Statement||From "Household words", edited by Charles Dickens. 1st[-2d] series.|
|LC Classifications||AC5 .H65|
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|LC Control Number||07082912|
This book offers a unique view about society and state built by humans. It uncovers how humans depart from primitive society to enter into civilized argues that the state originates from language and the future of humans depends on the adoption of various language solutions to solve their social and political problems. Leiden, 24 June (published after stock market close at PM). The board of Stichting Administratiekantoor Koninklijke Brill (STAK) announces that for the time being STAK intends not to exercise the right to vote on behalf of absent depository receipt holders during Brill's general meeting on 25 .
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It provides a broad survey of key social and political questions in modern society, as well as clear discussions of the philosophical issues central to those questions and to political .being has been engaged in making a home of his own.
As a social being, a man creates his family. Home is the dwelling place of the family. Except shelter, all the basic requirements of life are being fulfilled through the home.
Every human being feels the need of creating home due to some personal and social reasons. By dint of.