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Anarchy, the absence of a master, of a sovereign.
The faults of which we ask you [God] the remittance, it is
Liberty is not the daughter but the mother of order.
Whoever lays his hand on me to govern me is a usurper
To name a thing is easy: the difficulty is to discern it before its appearance.
Does it seem to you impossible to imagine anything more inextricable than
It is a proof of philosophical mediocrity, today, to look for a philosophy.
The idea of God is the type and foundation of the principle
All men are equal and free: society by nature, and destination, is
All my economic ideas as developed over twenty-five years can be summed
Communism is exploitation of the strong by the weak.
In any given society the authority of man over man runs in
Tormented by conflicting feelings, I appealed to reason ; and it is reason
The tragedy is women of color have made more progress in basketball
I can be capable of anything if I allow myself to be.
The settle, followed by 10 for power will give you that grasp on
Oh, I get a little tired now and then, but knowing my lifestyle, that’s only natural.
In this culture, where entertainers and athletes wield such power, it seems only right
When I look at the Abnegation lifestyle as an outsider, I think
I’m just shallow and self-interested, and don’t get out much because I’m
I found my happy place the minute I saw you