Jean-Jacques Rousseau Quote

Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them, and no one but they has the right to dispose of it.


The Social Contract, Or Principles of Political Right (1762)

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Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them, and no one...

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Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them, and no one...

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Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them, and no one...

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Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them, and no one...