Ludwig von Mises: "We owe the origin and development of human society and, consequently, of culture and civilization, to the fact that work performed under the division of labor is more productive than when performed in isolation." - Epistemological Problems of Economics
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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