Conclusion.   432. HAVING given the substance of our programme of true civilization, we leave it for the present to be digested with the assistance of a few desultory remarks.   433. The insisting on Disintegration, as a first step in true order, may require more illustration than such as has been furnished, and the point is too […]


CHAPTER V. ORGANIZATION AND CO-OPERATION WITHOUT SECTISM OR CLANSHIP, AND WITHOUT CONFLICT WITH FREEDOM. 309. ORGANIZATION and Clanship are both prompted, in some respects, by similar motives – the universal desire for sympathy, the need of mutual assistance, and other expected benefits. But while clanship, with its usual concomitants, is more destructive to the very ends […]


CHAPTER III. PROBING CIVILIZATION. 101. The primitive, uncultivated undeveloped mall finds himself abroad among Lions, Tigers, Hyenas, Orang-Outangs, Gorillas, Reptiles, and insects, all making war — (no — not making war – they have not sunk so low), but from the unregulated instinct of self-preservation, and the pressure of conditions, all preying upon each other. 102. The same instinct prompts […]


INTRODUCTION TO CHAPTER II. 88. Words, though they are things themselves, are mainly the signs of things. 89. We see the sign of “Dry Goods.” The sign is exceedingly well executed, but it gives us no adequate idea of the goods within; no one would order any quantity of them before going within to examine the things to which the sign referred. 90. My […]