Denis Diderot Quote

Nature, equal in her distributions, entirely destitute of malice, follows only necessary and immutable laws, when she either produces beings or destroys them, when she causes those to suffer, whose construction creates sensibility; when she scatters among them good and evil; when she subjects them to incessant change.


Translated by H. D. Robinson, System of Nature or, The Laws of the Moral and Physical World, (Volume 1)

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