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There is a sort of myth of History that philosophers have.... History for philosophers is some sort of great, vast continuity in w ...
I do esteem individual liberty above everything. What is a nation for, but to secure the maximum of liberty to every individual? W ...
If, for instance, a man asserts the value of individual liberty over the merely political commonweal, his neighbor still tolerates ...
Municipal laws are a supply to the wisdom of each individual; and, at the same time, by restraining the natural liberty of men, ma ...
Our religion ... is itself profoundly sad--a religion of universal anguish, and one which, because of its very catholicity, grants ...
... when the right of the individual is made sacred, when the image of God in human form, whether in marble or in clay, whether in ...
An individual is an encloser. Time and space, liberty and necessity, truth and thought, are left at large no longer.
Behind every individual closes organization; before him opens liberty,--the Better, the Best. The first and worse races are dead. ...
We are sure that, though we know not how, necessity does comport with liberty, the individual with the world, my polarity with the ...
The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization.
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