We can take away from man all the wealth that he, as a man, can not be strengthened by - that is the meaning of competition, freedom of trade. The same applies to the spiritual goods - this is the freedom of debate, science, criticism. But the inviolable sacred blessings. Who has sanctified them who vouches for their integrity? First of all - the state, the society, but even more people, or "concept" for the concept of consecrated goods encompasses what they truly human good, or rather that they owned a man and not-man, or monster .
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