Social institutions are subject to a movement of flux and reflux because they are essentially related to human nature which remains enveloped with mystery. While scientists succeed to a large extent in unfolding the secrets of nature and submitting it to the service of man, the components of society", including political, moral and economic life, undergo a continuous change. Every system that is worked out, is readily counter·balanced by an opposite system. Theories whicn for a long time enjoyed popularity are sooner or later exposed to severe criticism and rejection.
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