Baruch Spinoza Quote

All laws which can be broken without any injury to another, are counted but a laughing-stock, and are so far from bridling the desires and lusts of men, that on the contrary they stimulate them.


Ch. 10, Of Aristocracy, Conclusion - Political Treatise (1677)

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All laws which can be broken without any injury to another, are counted but a laughing-stock, and are so far from bridling the desires and lusts of...

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All laws which can be broken without any injury to another, are counted but a laughing-stock, and are so far from bridling the desires and lusts of...

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All laws which can be broken without any injury to another, are counted but a laughing-stock, and are so far from bridling the desires and lusts of...

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All laws which can be broken without any injury to another, are counted but a laughing-stock, and are so far from bridling the desires and lusts of...