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On the one hand, the state stands opposed to the sphere of the family and civil
society2 as an 'external necessity', a power to which the 'laws and interests' of
that sphere are 'subordinate' and on which they are 'dependent'. The fact that the
Precisely because 'subordination' and 'dependence' are external relationships,
running counter to autonomous existence and limiting it, the relationship of the '
family' and 'civil society' to the state is one of 'external necessity', a necessity ...
Engels was therefore right to call Adam Smith the Luther of political economy.1
Just as Luther recognized religion and faith as the essence of the external world
and in consequence confronted Catholic paganism; just as he transcended ...
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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