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    Smile What's the meaning of "To each according to his work is a social principle"?

    What's the meaning of "To each according to his work is a social principle"?(First I wonder whether it is a sentence)And what's the subject of it?

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    Re: What's the meaning of "To each according to his work is a social principle"?

    Quote Originally Posted by SHerman7 View Post
    What's the meaning of "To each according to his work is a social principle"?(First I wonder whether it is a sentence)And what's the subject of it?
    "'To each according to his work' is a social principle."
    "The proposition that each person should be rewarded according to the work he does [subject] is [verb] a social principle. [complement]"
    It's a social principle that each person should be rewarded according to his work.

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    Re: What's the meaning of "To each according to his work is a social principle"?

    If the subject is "a social principle",what about "To each according to his work "?

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