Ludwig von Mises: "We are still far from understanding the ultimate and most profound secret of life, the principle of the origin of organisms. Who knows whether we shall ever discover it?" - Socialism
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|Ludwig von Mises||The notion of justice makes sense only when referring to a definite system of norms which in itself is assumed to be uncontested and safe against any criticism.||Human Action|| p. 716; p. 720||Justice
|Ludwig von Mises||There is no such thing as an absolute notion of justice not referring to a definite system of social organization. . . . There is neither right nor wrong outside the social nexus.||Human Action|| p. 717; p. 721||Justice
|Ludwig von Mises||The idea of justice refers always to social cooperation.||Human Action|| p. 717; p. 721||Justice
|Ludwig von Mises||Conduct suited to preserve social cooperation is just, conduct detrimental to the preservation of society is unjust.||Theory and History|| p. 54||Justice