intelligent basis. Otherwise, we would be compelled to think that the constitution of man is in its very essence false and bad, and therefore institutions should be formed and carried on without any regard to man's nature, his desires or his needs. The subject is so important that it must have several pages of discussion.
A life in some form of organized society is the natural condition of man. If we look at the maps of the brain we shall see that one-third of the faculties are social in their very nature. That is, these faculties of love or affection, in any person, must always have some other person as their object of action. Thus I cannot exercise my faculty of friendship unless there is some person for me to love as a friend. I cannot exercise my parental love unless there is some