The Sociological Review, Том 3

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University of Keele, 1910

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Стр. 212 - The state of nature has a law of nature to govern it which obliges every one; and reason, which is that law, teaches all mankind who will but consult it that, being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty, or possessions...
Стр. 315 - If now— and this is my idea — there were, instead of military conscription a conscription of the whole youthful population to form for a certain number of years a part of the army enlisted against Nature, the injustice would tend to be evened out, and numerous other goods to the commonwealth would follow.
Стр. 214 - Again : suppose that, though the necessities of the human race continue the same as at present, yet the mind is so enlarged, and so replete with friendship and generosity, that every man has the utmost tenderness for every man, and feels no more concern for his own interest than for that of his fellows : it seems evident, that the USE of Justice would, in this case, be suspended by such an extensive benevolence, nor would the divisions and barriers of property and obligation have ever been thought...
Стр. 210 - The Advantage and Necessity of the Christian Revelation, shown from the State of Religion in the Ancient Heathen World, &c.
Стр. 213 - ... has given us a moral sense, to direct our actions, and to give us still nobler pleasures ; so that while we are only intending the good of others, we undesignedly promote our own greatest private good.
Стр. 210 - Go then, and if you can, admire the state Of beaming diamonds, and reflected plate ; Procure a TASTE to double the surprise, And gaze on Parian charms with learned eyes: Be struck with bright brocade, or Tyrian dye, Our birth-day nobles
Стр. 212 - ... by which law, common to them all, he and all the rest of mankind are one community, make up one society, distinct from all other creatures. And were it not for the corruption and viciousness of degenerate men, there would be no need of any other ; no necessity that men should separate from this great and natural community, and by positive agreements combine into smaller and divided associations.
Стр. 315 - ... relations to the globe he lives on, and to the permanently sour and hard foundations of his higher life.
Стр. 315 - We must make new energies and hardihoods continue the manliness to which the military mind so faithfully clings. Martial virtues must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built...
Стр. 28 - you will find more lessons in the woods than in books. Trees and stones will teach you what you cannot learn from masters.

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