Bernard De Mandeville quotes

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It is visible then that it was not any Heathen Religion or other Idolatrous Superstition, that first put Man upon crossing his App ...
This laudable quality is commonly known by the name of Manners and Good- breeding, and consists in a Fashionable Habit, acquir'd b ...
One good Man may take another's Word, if they so agree, but a whole Nation ought never to trust to any Honesty, but what is built ...
Thus every Part was full of Vice,
Yet the whole Mass a Paradise...
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