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Good national social contracts are a precondition to good international cooperation, otherwise you cannot sustain political support.THE PANDEMIC LAID BARE THE WORLD’S INEQUITIES. A TOP ECONOMIST ON WHY WE NEED A NEW SOCIAL CONTRACTDAN STEWARTAUGUST 12, 2021TIME
They no longer feel the unfairness, the injustice, firsthand—and that has historically been a precondition to launching a claim.COLLECTIVE DATA RIGHTS CAN STOP BIG TECH FROM OBLITERATING PRIVACYMARTIN TISNEMAY 25, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The precondition of thought as of life is that nature be uniform, or ultimately that the world be rational.STUDIES IN LOGICAL THEORYJOHN DEWEY
Such trust is a precondition to the existence of a thriving, modern economy.AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
The value of the money is a precondition of the money-function.THE VALUE OF MONEYBENJAMIN M. ANDERSON, JR.
The precondition of every true calling must be, not love for art, but love for mankind.ROMAIN ROLLANDSTEFAN ZWEIG
Even biologically, two individuals of the higher animal species are the precondition to a new individual existence.INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF SOCIOLOGYROBERT E. PARK
The existence of radiant energy (heat and light), is the fundamental precondition of all the subsequent creative formations.THE THEISTIC CONCEPTION OF THE WORLDB. F. (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN) COCKER
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