chapter  IX
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Internationalism and Religion

We understand what an industrially organized society would be, the elements it should be composed of, what would direct it, their mode of functioning, and the directions their action would take. But it is in the very nature of this organization to be unable to confine itself within the limits of a given society. A narrow particularism is incompatible with its constitutive characteristics and, of itself, it tends to take international form.