Jean-Jacques Rousseau Quote

The more humanity owes him, the more society denies him. Every door is shut against him, even when he has a right to its being opened: and if he ever obtains justice, it is with much greater difficulty than others obtain favors.


The Social Contract: & Discourses (ed. 1920)

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The more humanity owes him, the more society denies him. Every door is shut against him, even when he has a right to its being opened: and if he ever ...

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The more humanity owes him, the more society denies him. Every door is shut against him, even when he has a right to its being opened: and if he ever ...

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The more humanity owes him, the more society denies him. Every door is shut against him, even when he has a right to its being opened: and if he ever ...

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The more humanity owes him, the more society denies him. Every door is shut against him, even when he has a right to its being opened: and if he ever ...