Related Essay(s):Degree V Lecture
1. Discuss the above quotation from the point of view of its implications for a "Welfare State".
2. To learn, and to do! This is the soul's work here below. — Albert Pike.
Distinguish between the "soul" and the "body". To which of them may "virtues" be attributed?
3. If every employer were a "Perfect Master" as described in this lecture, would there be any need for Trade Unions? What would be the implications for business and commerce, the legislature, public administration, and society in general?
4. Do you agree with what the lecture says about gambling? If not, why not? Comment on whether raffles and lotteries are appropriate as means of helping "good causes".