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After a short revolutionary period, its social functions within bourgeois thought become retarding and reactionary (as we shall see below). The application of this concept of nature to political economy becomes decisive. The existence of natural laws was always the characteristic assertion of the classical school. These laws … are quite simply ‘natural’, just like physical laws, and are consequently amoral. 19 And totalitarian political theory shares with liberalism the conviction that ultimately the “balance of economic interests and forces will be established”20 in the whole.

Pacifism and internationalism were not always causes it adopted, and it has often enough accepted considerable intervention of the state in the economy. What remains is a vague ‘weltanschauung’ whose historical association with liberalism is not at all clear, although its qualification as an object for the attacks of the totalitarian theory of the state will, we hope, become clear later. But supplanting the real content of liberalism with a weltanschauung is in itself decisive in what it conceals and leaves unsaid.

The concrete social meaning of positing man as a primarily historical, political, and politically acting being is revealed only when we ask: What manner of ‘historicity’ is meant, what form of political action and of practice is intended? What kind of action is it, then, that the new anthropology enjoins as the ‘authentic’ practice of man? Action does not mean ‘deciding in favor of’ …, for that presupposes that one knows in favor of what one is deciding; rather, action means ‘setting off in a direction’, ‘taking sides’, by virtue of a mandate of destiny, by virtue of ‘one’s own right’.

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