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Quotation by Marquis de Sade
Belmor, in L'Histoire de Juliette, ou les ProspÃ©ritÃ©s du Vice (1797)Chigi, in L'Histoire de Juliette, ou les ProspÃ©ritÃ©s du Vice (1797)ClÃ©ment, in Justine, ou les Malheurs de la Vertu (1791)Comte de Bressac, in Justine, ou les Malheurs de la Vertu (1791, 1991)Cur-de-fer, in Justine, ou les Malheurs de la Vertu (1791)
Lycurgus, Numa, Moses, Jesus Christ, Mohammed, all these great rogues, all these great thought-tyrants, knew how to associate the divinities they fabricated with their own boundless ambition.
Marquis de Sade (1740–1814), French author. Dolmancé, in "Dialogue the Fifth: Yet Another Effort, Frenchmen, If You Would Become Republicans," Philosophy in the Bedroom (1795).
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