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" It may be considered as a plain proof of the hollowness of any proposition, if power be used to enforce instead of reason to persuade its admission. Government is never supported by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. "
The Fortnightly Review - Seite 70
1871
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The Republican, Band 1

Richard Carlile - 1820
...violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. Vfll. It may be considered as a plain proof of the hollowness...supported by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. IX. No man has a right to disturb the public peace, by personally resisting the execution of a law,...
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The Fortnightly, Band 15

1871
...The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. 8. It may bo considered as a plain proof of the hollowness of any...personally resisting the execution of a law, however bad. He ought to acquiesce, using at the same time the utmost powers of his reason to promote its repeal....
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Shelley's Early Life from Original Sources: With Curious Incidents, Letters ...

Denis Florence MacCarthy - 1872 - 408 Seiten
...to be exercised on. their violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. 8. It may be considered as...supported by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. 9No man has a right to disturb the public peace by personally resisting the execution of a law, however...
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Shelley: A Critical Biography

George Barnett Smith - 1877 - 249 Seiten
...origin of government, no men can have any authority that does not expressly emanate from their will." " No man has a right to disturb the public peace by...personally resisting the execution of a law, however bad. He ought to acquiesce, using at the same time the utmost powers of his reason to promote its repeal."...
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The Prose Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Band 1

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1880
...to be exercised on their violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. 8 It may be considered as a...personally resisting the execution of a law however bad. He ought to acquiesce, using at the same time the utmost powers of his reason, to promote its repeal....
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The Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley in Verse and Prose, how First ..., Band 5

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1880
...to be exercised on their violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. 8 It may be considered as a...by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. 9 10 A man must have a right to act in a certain manner before it can be his duty. He may, before he...
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The Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley in Verse and Prose, Now First ..., Band 5

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1880
...to be exercised on their violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. 8 It may be considered as a...by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. 9 10 A man must have a right to act in a certain manner before it can be his duty. He may, before he...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 164

1886
...trace of the inflammatory demagogue. In the ' Declaration of Eights ' he says : — ' No man has n right to disturb the public peace by personally resisting the execution of a law, however bad. He ought to acquiesce, using at the same time the utmost powers of his reason to promote its repeal.'...
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Prose Works, Band 1

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1888
...violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. VIII. It may be considered as a plain proof of the hollowness...supported by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. IX. No man has a right to disturb the public peace by personally resisting the execution of a law,...
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The Prose Works, from the Original Editions, Band 1

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1888
...violator. The sufferer has a right that the degree of coercion employed be as slight as possible. VIII. It may be considered as a plain proof of the hollowness...supported by fraud until it cannot be supported by reason. IX. No man has a right to disturb the public peace by personally resisting the execution of a law,...
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