Denis Diderot Quote

If your little savage were left to himself and to his native blindness, he would in time join the infant's reasoning to the grown man's passion—he would strangle his father and sleep with his mother.


Rameau's Nephew

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If your little savage were left to himself and to his native blindness, he would in time join the infant's reasoning to the grown man's passion—he...

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If your little savage were left to himself and to his native blindness, he would in time join the infant's reasoning to the grown man's passion—he...

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If your little savage were left to himself and to his native blindness, he would in time join the infant's reasoning to the grown man's passion—he...

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If your little savage were left to himself and to his native blindness, he would in time join the infant's reasoning to the grown man's passion—he...