Jean-Jacques Rousseau Quote

It is manifestly contrary to the law of nature, however defined, that a handful of people should gorge themselves with superfluities while the hungry majority goes in need of necessities.


Rousseau: Selections (ed. MacMillan Publishing Company, 1988)

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It is manifestly contrary to the law of nature, however defined, that a handful of people should gorge themselves with superfluities while the hungry ...

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It is manifestly contrary to the law of nature, however defined, that a handful of people should gorge themselves with superfluities while the hungry ...

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It is manifestly contrary to the law of nature, however defined, that a handful of people should gorge themselves with superfluities while the hungry ...

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It is manifestly contrary to the law of nature, however defined, that a handful of people should gorge themselves with superfluities while the hungry ...