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The theory also profoundly influenced other disciplines, especially anthropology, sociology, and literary criticism. It appears as external or antithetical necessity only after it has been violated as a condition of life, just as justice is the internal condition of an honest man, but the external antagonist of the criminal. Hosts of writers and poets emerged as harbingers of the new consciousness. There is no longer an Austro-Hungarian imperial army, or police, or courts, or parliament.

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