Jean-Jacques Rousseau Quote

The most absolute authority is that which penetrates into a man's innermost being and concerns itself no less with his will than with his actions.


On the origin of inequality ; A discourse on political economy (ed. 1949)

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The most absolute authority is that which penetrates into a man's innermost being and concerns itself no less with his will than with his actions.

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The most absolute authority is that which penetrates into a man's innermost being and concerns itself no less with his will than with his actions.

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The most absolute authority is that which penetrates into a man's innermost being and concerns itself no less with his will than with his actions.

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The most absolute authority is that which penetrates into a man's innermost being and concerns itself no less with his will than with his actions.