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Author(s): Altvater, Elmar | Ruddies, Hartmut | Dorn, Jacob H.
[German Version] I. Terminology The word socialism can denote a theoretical school of thought, a political movement (Parties), and a way of organizing the state and society. As a theoretical school, modern (as distinct from premodern) socialism emerged in the 19th century as a response to the unreasonable demands of dynamically expanding capitalistic control of the means of production (Capitalism). All conceptions of socialism share rejection of the individualistic profit principle based on a private …

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Author(s): Dorn, Jacob H.
[German Version] (Feb 11, 1836, Owego, NY – Jul 2, 1918, Columbus, OH); a clergyman who studied at Williams College and the Union Theological Seminary before becoming one of the most outspoken advocates of the Social Gospel and of an evangelical liberalism that integrated the theory of evolution and historical Bible criticism. In his optimistic message, he associated the immanence of God, Jesus' ethics of love, and salvation for society and the individual with the coming of God's kingdom on earth.…


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Author(s): Altvater, Elmar | Ruddies, Hartmut | Dorn, Jacob H.
[English Version] I. Zum Begriff S. bez. eine theoretische Strömung, polit. Bewegungen (Parteien) und eine Organisationsform von Staat und Gesellschaft. Als theoretische Strömung entstand der moderne (unterschieden vom prämodernen) S. im 19.Jh. als Antwort auf die Zumutungen der sich dynamisch entfaltenden kapitalistischen Produktionsweise (Kapitalismus). Allen Sozialismuskonzepten gemeinsam ist die Ablehnung des individualistischen, privatwirtschaftlichen Profitprinzips als alleiniger oder wesentli…