Mr.Worker inquires,into nature & causes of poverty of international social life

Adam Smith’s question into the nature & causes of the Wealth of Nations,inspired many social thinkers over centuries! I was completely moved by Smith’s classical liberal social teachings! We need some comparable social schooling now, to conserve, our civil social individual, life choice!

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My question is, can we learn from inquiring, into the nature & causes of the poverty, of international social life! First is social life the cause of poverty? Is poverty the cause of social life? That may seem foolish, but I know plenty of ideas are very normal to some, while odd to somebody else! Are people born wealthy or poverty stricken? Well the first thing that popped into my head, as I was asking the question was, at birth we are not  all given the same social kin & social framework! So are there more basic principles, we can observe to get at our question? So basically we are not given anything but social frameworks of family & friends, that teach us to learn & conserve the stock of our training we can build on & practice our self Improvement! So we must learn to develop our stock in…

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One thought on “Mr.Worker inquires,into nature & causes of poverty of international social life

  1. Reblogged this on SocialHumanRace and commented:

    The real question we do not even really consciously pay attention to is the lines of succession! Can you imagine yourself producing a stable lineage of growing social developing, individual economic building & improvement?

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