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" It is absurd to suppose that its history could be anything but a development. " Never did any important institution result from a [written and anterior] law, and the greater the institution, the less is it written. It is formed of itself by the concurrence... "
The Pope, Considered in His Relations with the Church: Temporal ... - Page 72
by Joseph Marie comte de Maistre - 1850 - 369 pages
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The Invitation Heeded: Reasons for a Return to Catholic Unity

James Kent Stone - Catholic converts - 1870 - 341 pages
...anything but a development. " Never did any important institution result from a [written and anterior] law, and the greater the institution, the less is...institution vegetates thus insensibly in the course of ages. Crescil occulto velut arbor CEVO is the never-failing device of every great political or religious...
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A Modern Maistre: The Social and Political Thought of Joseph de Maistre

Owen Bradley - Philosophy - 1999 - 273 pages
...institutions remain what is subtracted from the sphere of conscious decision. Every important institution is "formed of itself by the concurrence of a thousand...so that they often appear not to perceive the right they themselves are establishing. The institunon thus vegetates insensibly over the course of ages"...
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