Karl Jaspers Quote

The general fellowship of our human situation has been rendered even more dubious than before, inasmuch as, though the old ties of caste have been loosened, a new restriction of the individual to some prescribed status in society is manifest. Less than ever, perhaps, is it possible for a man to transcend the limitations imposed by his social origins.


Man in the Modern Age (1933)

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The general fellowship of our human situation has been rendered even more dubious than before, inasmuch as, though the old ties of caste have been...

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The general fellowship of our human situation has been rendered even more dubious than before, inasmuch as, though the old ties of caste have been...

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The general fellowship of our human situation has been rendered even more dubious than before, inasmuch as, though the old ties of caste have been...

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The general fellowship of our human situation has been rendered even more dubious than before, inasmuch as, though the old ties of caste have been...