What is of far greater moment, however, is the fact that the remedy they propose is manifestly against justice. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Now, in preventing such strife as this, and in uprooting it, the efficacy of Christian institutions is marvellous and manifold. If by a strike of workers or concerted interruption of work there should be imminent danger of disturbance to the public peace; or if circumstances were such as that among the working class the ties of family life were relaxed; if religion were found to suffer through the workers not having time and opportunity afforded them to practice its duties; if in workshops and factories there were danger to morals through the mixing of the sexes or from other harmful occasions of evil; or if employers laid burdens upon their workmen which were unjust, or degraded them with conditions repugnant to their dignity as human beings; finally, if health were endangered by excessive labor, or by work unsuited to sex or age - in such cases, there can be no question but that, within certain limits, it would be right to invoke the aid and authority of the law. In any case we clearly see, and on this there is general agreement, that some opportune remedy must be found quickly for the misery and wretchedness pressing so unjustly on the majority of the working class: for the ancient workingmen's guilds were abolished in the last century, and no other protective organization took their place. And either way, human acts , whether they be considered as actions, or as passions , receive their species from the end.
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It is possible, however, that an act which is one in respect of its natural species , be ordained to several ends of the will : thus this act "to kill a man," which is but one act in respect of its natural species , can be ordained, as to an end, to the safeguarding of justice , and to the satisfying of anger : the result being that there would be several acts in different species of morality : since in one way there will be an act of virtue , in another, an act of vice. Through candid reflections on their own struggles to achieve biblical unity in their own marriages, along with many years of combined experience in marital counseling, Arterburn and Stoeker apply solid, time-tested biblical wisdom to the everyday potential distortions that can lead to strife in a marriage. We now approach a subject of great importance, and one in respect of which, if extremes are to be avoided, right notions are absolutely necessary. Make Medium yours. Those who do not possess the soil contribute their labor; hence, it may truly be said that all human subsistence is derived either from labor on one's own land, or from some toil, some calling, which is paid for either in the produce of the land itself, or in that which is exchanged for what the land brings forth. And it is this way that it is a cause. And this stable condition of things he finds solely in the earth and its fruits.