Thomas Henry Huxley Quote

If every man possessed everything he wanted, and no one had the power to interfere with such possession; or if no man desired thatwhich could damage his fellow-man, justice would have no part to play in the universe.


Collected Essays, 1893-1894: Hume, with Helps to the study of Berkeley (ed. 1970)

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If every man possessed everything he wanted, and no one had the power to interfere with such possession; or if no man desired thatwhich could damage...

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If every man possessed everything he wanted, and no one had the power to interfere with such possession; or if no man desired thatwhich could damage...

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If every man possessed everything he wanted, and no one had the power to interfere with such possession; or if no man desired thatwhich could damage...

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If every man possessed everything he wanted, and no one had the power to interfere with such possession; or if no man desired thatwhich could damage...