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" This being granted, morality is evidently no more than a frivolous science, unless blended with policy and legislation: whence I conclude that, if philosophers would be of use to the world, they should survey objects from the same point of view as the... "
De l'esprit; or, Essays on the mind. Transl. To Which are now prefixed, a ... - Page 121
by Claude Adrien Helvétius - 1807
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Moral Philosophy from Montaigne to Kant

J. B. Schneewind - History - 2003 - 666 pages
...general interest, that they can be rendered virtuous. This being granted, morality is evidently no more than a frivolous science, unless blended with...moralist is to indicate the laws, of which the legislator insures the execution, by stamping them with the seal of his authority. Among the moralists, there...
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