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" To do what we will, is natural liberty ; to do what we will, consistently with the interest of the community to which we belong, is civil liberty; that is to say, the only liberty to be desired in a state of civil society. "
Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the ... - Seite 61
1828
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The Works...: With a Biographical Sketch of the Author, Band 1

William Paley - 1837
...Liberty is not being restrained by any law but wfiat conduces in a greater degree to tfie public welfare. To do what we will, is natural liberty : to do what...liberty to be desired in a state of civil society. I should wish, no doubt, to be allowed to act in every instance as I pleased, but I reflect that the...
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Materials for thinking, extracted from the works of ancient and modern ...

1837
...is the not being restrained by any law but what conduces in a greater degree to thej)jibJic welfare. To do what we will is natural liberty : to do what we will consistently with the interests of the community to which we belong, is civil liberty ; that is to say, the only liberty...
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The Evangelical Register: A Magazine for Promoting the Spread of ..., Band 13

1841
...what we will,' says Paley, ' is natural liberty ; to do what we will, consistently with the interests of the community to which we belong, is civil liberty...liberty to be desired in a state of civil society.' If I am deprived of some portion of liberty, which cannot be exercised without danger or injury to...
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The works of William Paley, D.D. To which is prefixed, the life of the author

William Paley - 1851
...the not being rettrained ty any hitf, bitt what conduces in a greater degree to t/ie public welfare. d a large portion of time, and must lil>erty to be desired in a state of civil society. I should wish, no doubt, to be allowed to act in...
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An analysis of Paley's Moral and political philosophy, with examination ...

Thomas Coward - 1851
...is the not being restrained by any law, but what conduces in a greater degree to the public welfare. To do what we will, is natural liberty : to do what...the community to which we belong, is civil liberty. Natural liberty is the right of common upon a waste ; civil liberty is the safe, exclusive, unmolested...
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Michigan. Legislature - 1853
...advantages ot the public." To do what we will, is natural liberty; and to do what we will, cosistently with the interest of the community to which we belong, is civil liberty. If one claims the right to do as he pleases, every other person can assert the same claim, and in this...
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Our national vice

William Reid - 1858 - 171 Seiten
...what we will," says Paley, " is natural liberty ; to do what we will, consistently with the interests of the community to which we belong, is civil liberty...liberty to be desired in a state of civil society." But it is found that men are not disposed to obey these obvious dictates of justice ; every man is...
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The elements of elocution and correct reading

Charles Richson - 1860
...talk to me so ! you are all I have on earth." Mrs. Stowe. 2. Civil Liberty. (To be read deliberately.) To do what we will, is natural liberty : to do what...liberty to be desired in a state of civil society. The boasted liberty of a state of nature exists only in a state of solitude. In every kind and degree of...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...utter freely, according to conscience, above all other liberties. Milton. LIBERTY-CiviL To do what wo will is natural liberty, to do what we will consistently with the interests of the community to which wo belong, is civil liberty ; that is to say, the only liberty...
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The Elements of Elocution and Correct Reading

Charles Richson - 1871 - 170 Seiten
...talk to me so ! you are all I have on earth." Mrs. Stowe. 2. Civil Liberty. (To be read deliberately.) To do what we •will, is natural liberty : to do...the community to which we belong, is civil liberty, — that^is to say, the only liberty to be desired in a state of civil society. The boasted liberty...
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