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Balzac's mammoth fictional work — the 20-year succession of novels and stories
he published under the collective title La Comedie humaine (The Human
Comedy) — and Stendhal's novels of the same period. The Red and the Black (
for human consumption by being mixed with rat droppings. Food that has
reached warehouses in cities is also eaten by rats, and here the excess of
damage over the amount actually consumed is even greater. It is estimated that
rats damage ...
Marx's interpretation of man begins with human Man as need. "Man," he wrote in
the Economic and Philosophic a natural Manuscripts of 1844, being is first of all a
natural being. As a natural being and a living natural being, he is endowed on ...
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