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" Desires then change their objects; what they were fond of before, becomes now indifferent; they were free with laws, and they want to be free without them; every citizen is like a slave who has escaped from his... "
A Discourse on the Genius of the Federative System of the United States - Page 6
by Beverley Tucker - 1839 - 24 pages
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The Spirit of Laws, Volume 1

Charles de Secondat baron de Montesquieu - Jurisprudence - 1750
...their objecls ; what they were fond of before, becomes now indifferent ; they were free with laws, and they want to be free without them ; every citizen is like a Have who has efcaped from his matter's houfe ; what was maxim is called rigor ; to rule they give the...
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The Spirit of Laws: A Compendium of the First English Edition

Charles de Secondat Montesquieu, baron de, Charles-Louis De Montesquieu - Philosophy - 1977 - 516 pages
...their objects; what they were fond of before, becomes now indifferent; they were free with laws, and they want to be free without them; every citizen is like a slave who has escaped from his master's house; what was maxim is called rigor; to rule they give the name...
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In Search of the Good Life: A Pedogogy for Troubled Times

Fred Dallmayr - Political Science - 2007 - 336 pages
...people then change their objects: what they were fond of before, now becomes indifferent. They were free with laws, now they want to be free without them. Every citizen is like a slave who has escaped from his masters house. What was an accepted maxim now is called harsh rigor. Rules...
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