"In spite of the paradox, the idea of a real community of will is deeply rooted in ordinary thought and language which confidently appeals to the mind of a nation, of a whole group of nations, or of a period against the limited minds of individuals, and seems to be supported in the appeal by familiar facts."

Written by James Wright Heatherington

Narrated by Joshua Noyer

Read Along: https://www.nationalreformation.org/post/will-and-purpose-in-society

More about Idealism: https://www.nationalreformation.org/chronicles/categories/idealism-theory

“Pp. 82-90.” Social Purpose: a Contribution to a Philosophy of Civic Society, by H. J. W. Hetherington and John H. Muirhead, Allen & Unwin, 1922.

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