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Page 257 - The Nature of Man is far from being in itself Evil: It abounds with Benevolence, Charity and Pity, coveting Praise and Honour, and shunning Shame and Disgrace. Bad Education, bad Habits, and bad Customs, debauch our Nature, and drive it Headlong as it were into Vice.