By Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson
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Attack commun- note that states start as armed men, and therefore to other different patriotism. creates suspicion. may matter for speculation. would be something One who In the first defence will never be convincing. become an object of for Thus every be stronger than others, if only in order to feel safe, and by so seeking will fear will place can attack always and assurances that arms are only state will seek to of fear to those others. itself The be proportioned to the menace of the armaments.
Would be something One who In the first defence will never be convincing. become an object of for Thus every be stronger than others, if only in order to feel safe, and by so seeking will fear will place can attack always and assurances that arms are only state will seek to of fear to those others. itself The be proportioned to the menace of the armaments. Under modern perpetual development of conditions, with the new means of offence and the tremendous advantage of a sudden attack on a state insufficiently prepared, the fear becomes so intense that the mere existence of armaments enough to provoke war.
Limited by law. intoxicating members Theft ! How much the unrestricted use against the of another society I And all this, not merely without a bad conscience, but with a good one ; approved by oneself, approved by one's For whatever a state does its whole people members as done (at justly ! any rate, the bulk of them) regard and righteously. * proud of citi2;ens find sacrifice, to death, of the egotism from state itself. more even of their is it own individualities. The State being thus not only but armed egotism armaments it is, much for exist as At almost any moment world of or states, the more of these is armed patriotism in fact, generally true that offence as for defence.