By J. Forrest Sharpe, D. Liam O'Huallachain, Thomas Naylor, Fr. Lawrence Smith
The writings gathered listed below are from a faculty of English thinkers within the Thirties and Nineteen Forties who have been focused on the determined nation of recent society. The writers contain G. ok. Chesterton, H. J. Massingham, Eric Gill, Hilaire Belloc, Herbert Shove, and Arthur Penty. They research a number of elements of the matter of capitalist society; the origins, advantages, and demerits of industrialism; the significance of paintings to society and its sufferance less than capitalism; the dimensions of industrial association and its relevance to potency; the character and objective of labor as an idea; and the an important nature of realizing the current via genuine wisdom of the earlier.
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Organisation necessarily creates a chain of human or living links on which everything hangs; the chain cannot be stronger than its weakest link, and it will have many weak links. ” If a peasant can grow a cabbage himself, cook it himself, and eat it himself, he has so far attained the maximum of efficiency and certainly the maximum of economy. Organisation means that he must trust the cabbage to strangers on a train, strangers on a trolley, strangers in a shop, until by infinite financial complications he can get it exchanged for a turnip or a cauliflower; and at every one of those stages it is in danger from every one of those strangers.
He admires it, he will tend to make it more national than it was, to forget its cruelties because what is good in our own age is not accompanied by cruelty. He will tend to lend it a science it did not possess because physical science is in our own time an accompaniment of greatness. But if he reads and reads continually, these vagaries will not oppress or warp his vision. More and more body will be added to that spirit, which he does justly but only vaguely know. And he will at last have with the English thirteenth century something of that acquaintance which one has with a human face and voice: these also are external things, and these also are the product of a soul.
Should man give precedence to his own happiness before God’s will, the unity is destroyed and disorder and disease follow in place of happiness. With the exception of man, everything in nature obeys God’s law. Man alone is free to disobey, and we know from the doctrine of the Fall somewhat of the chaos and suffering which has resulted from man’s rebelling against the law. It is not to my purpose to deal with the doctrine of the Fall except to state that this rebellion did not change the nature of man; that the promised Redeemer did come, by 42 Distributist Perspectives whose merits men might restore the order which was lost; and that while it would be an imbecility or worse to refuse to co-operate in God’s Redemption, it is no less so to be complacent about the evils surrounding us today, on the assumption that they are the results of Adam’s sin, when in great measure they are the result of our own.
Distributist Perspectives: Volume I by J. Forrest Sharpe, D. Liam O'Huallachain, Thomas Naylor, Fr. Lawrence Smith