Slip 1.2

Slip 1.2 The nationalism appears the problem of unity as a problem of equality, unity through leveling, Uniforming.

typically Finer, The Future of the State Form, p. 169ff. esp. 185ff.; furthermore on. Pole. Sc. Rev. XXXIX (1945), pp. 249ff.:

  • 1.) If the same worldview were possible for everyone, the problem would be solved. Since this is impossible, affordation of tolerance and democratic than the relatively acceptable belief in that they at the same time which is most formal and content poorest.

  • 2.) Marx: If everyone were in the same economic situation, the problem would be solved. This can be practically aimed for and achieved. The state will then automatically cease to exist.

In both cases the call for equality is a disguised call for wealth; see. Finer, p.186.

This concept of equality is a quantification…

Slip 1.2a… of the unit problem, and therefore just one of the forms in which it practical One act is accessible. But the only one?

The unity of the state results from the summation of generally equal wills and interests. All that is unequal, is as irrational out - excluded and “Company”. Parallel to the methodology of the natural sciences.

see. 57.4e
cf. also 1,6f1D ; 6 ; 1.9b

Slip 1.2b - For the uniform form of equality cf. also Husserl, Experience and Judgment, p. 388. Despite the lack of identity, the existing duality, says Husserl, that in any variety Same really a “unity and sameness in the strictest sense” exists. “It originally emerges in the synthesis of the covering of equality, or it is originally preconstituted as an object through this.”

Slip 1.2c - The unity in equality is probably the oldest known type of unity.

It is an abstractive unity. Accordingly, one sees the social unit as an abstraction made up of essentially the same individuals with the same will and the same action.