Friedrich Wilhelm Schulz

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Friedrich Wilhelm Schulz (13 March 1797 – 9 January 1860) was a German officer and radical-democratic publisher in Hesse.

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  • Ein Volk, damit es sich geistig freier ausbilde, darf nicht mehr in der Sklaverei seiner körperlichen Bedürfnisse stehn, nicht mehr der Leibeigene des Leibes sein. Es muß ihm vor allem Zeit bleiben, auch geistig schaffen und geistig genießen zu können.
    • To develop greater spiritual freedom, a people must break their bondage to their bodily needs—they must cease to be slaves of the body. They must, therefore, above all, have time at their disposal for spiritual creative activity and spiritual enjoyment.
      • Movement of Production (1843), as translated in Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844 (1988), p. 29
  • Consideration has not been given ... to this big distinction as to how far men work through machines or as machines.
    • Movement of Production (1843), as translated in Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844 (1988), p. 30

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