Wilhelm von Humboldt Quote

Governmental regulations all carry coercion to some degree, and even where they don't, they habituate man to expect teaching, guidance and help outside himself, instead of formulating his own.


As quoted in The Liberal Tradition in European Thought (1971) by David Sidorsky, p. 73

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Governmental regulations all carry coercion to some degree, and even where they don't, they habituate man to expect teaching, guidance and help...

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Governmental regulations all carry coercion to some degree, and even where they don't, they habituate man to expect teaching, guidance and help...

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Governmental regulations all carry coercion to some degree, and even where they don't, they habituate man to expect teaching, guidance and help...

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Governmental regulations all carry coercion to some degree, and even where they don't, they habituate man to expect teaching, guidance and help...