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" And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of Nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state, we may as well suppose the armies of Salmanasser or Xerxes were never children, because we hear little of them till they were men... "
The Works of Lord Bolingbroke: With a Life, Prepared Expressly for this ... - Page 197
by Henry St. John Bolingbroke (Viscount) - 1841
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THE WORKS OF JOHN LOCKE

John Locke - 1801
...not suppose men ever to have been ia the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in sucli a state; we may as well suppose the armies of Salmanasser...hear little of them, till they were men, and embodied ia armies. Government is every where antecedent to records, and letters seldom come in amongst a people...
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Two Treatises on Government

John Locke - Liberty - 1821 - 401 pages
...designed to continue together. And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state,...because we hear little of them, till they were men, and imbodied in armies. Government is every where antecedent to records, and letters seldom come in amongst...
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The works of John Locke, Volume 5

John Locke - Philosophy - 1823
...designed to continue together. And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state,...Salmanasser or Xerxes were never children, because we 1 hear little of them till they were men, and embodied/ in armies. Government is every where antecedent...
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Two Treatises of Government

John Locke - Civil rights - 1824 - 277 pages
...designed to continue together. And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state ;...them, till they were men, and embodied in armies. Government is every where antecedent to records, and letters seldom come in amongst a people till a...
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Political philosophy [by H.P. Brougham].

Henry Peter Brougham (1st baron Brougham and Vaux.) - 1842
...which he supposes to have been made. He says, " We may us well suppose the armies of Xerxes never were children, because we hear little of them till they were men and embodied in armies, as that men were not embodied by an agreement when they formed societies." It is quite clear, that...
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The literary reader: prose authors, with biogr. notices &c. by H.G. Robinson

Hugh George Robinson - 1867
...designed to continue together. And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state,...of them till they were men, and embodied in armies. Government is everywhere antecedent to records, and letters seldom come in amongst a people till a...
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The Southern Review, Volume 4

1868
...We may as well suppose the armies of Salmanezer or Xerxes, were never children, because we hear so little of them, till they were men, and embodied in armies.' " But there seems to be a slight difference between the two cases. A well-known general fact, or an established...
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An Outline of Locke's Ethical Philosophy

Mattoon Monroe Curtis - Ethics - 1890 - 145 pages
...society. But to deny a state of nature is like denying that the armies of Salmanasser and Xerxes were ever children because we hear little of them till they were men, and embodied in armies." The point upon which Locke here insists, is this; That which begins and actually constitutes any political...
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Of Civil Government and Toleration

John Locke - Political science - 1905 - 192 pages
...designed to continue together. And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state,...of them till they were men, and embodied in armies. Government is everywhere antecedent to records, and letters seldom come in amongst a people, till a...
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Readings in Political Philosophy

Francis William Coker - Political science - 1914 - 573 pages
...designed to continue together. And if we may not suppose men ever to have been in the state of nature, because we hear not much of them in such a state,...of them till they were men and embodied in armies. Government is everywhere^5nTecedeitt to records^ancT letters seldom come in amongst a people till a...
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