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" We see, even in the present necessitous condition of mankind, that, wherever any benefit is bestowed by nature in an unlimited abundance, we leave it always in common among the whole human race, and make no subdivisions of right and property. "
The Really Hard Problem: Meaning in a Material World - Page 231
by Owen Flanagan - 2009 - 304 pages
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An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals

David Hume - Ethics - 1751 - 253 pages
...WE fee, even in the prefent neceffitous Condition of Mankind, that, wherever any Benefit is beftow'd by Nature in an unlimited Abundance, we leave it always in common amongft the whole human Race, and make no Subdiviftons of Right and Property. Water and Air, tho' the...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - Ethics - 1758 - 539 pages
...WE fee even in the prefent neceffitous condition of mankind, that, wherever any benefit is beftowed by nature in an unlimited abundance, we leave it always...in common among the whole human race, and make no fubdivifions of right and property. Water and air, tho* the moft neceflary of all objefb, are not challenged...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects ..

David Hume - 1764
...human race, and make no fubdivifions of right and property. Water and air, tho' the moft neceflary of all objects,, are not challenged as the property of individuals ; nor can any man commit injuftice by the moft lavifh ufe and enjoyment of thefe bleffings. In fertile extenfive countries,...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects, in Two Volumes

David Hume - Essays - 1779 - 571 pages
...We fee, even in the prefent neceflhous condition of mankind, that, wherever any benefit is beftowed by nature in an unlimited abundance, we leave it always...in common among the whole human race, and make no fubdivifions of right and property. Water and air, though the moft necefiary of all objects, are not...
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - English essays - 1825
...USELESS, would be an idle ceremonial, and could never possibly have place in the catalogue of virtues. We see, even in the present necessitous condition...race, and make no subdivisions of right and property. Wrater and air, though the most necessary of all objects, are not challenged as the property of individuals...
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - English essays - 1825
...USELESS, would be an idle ceremonial, and could never possibly have place in \the catalogue of virtues. We see, even in the present necessitous condition...among the whole human race, and make no subdivisions ^Nof right and property. Water and air, though the most necessary of all objects, are not challenged...
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Philosophical Works, Volume 4

David Hume - Philosophy - 1854
...USELESS, would be an idle ceremonial, and could never possibly have place in the catalogue of virtues. We see, even in the present necessitous condition...that, wherever any benefit is bestowed by nature in au unlimited abundance, we leave it always in common among the whole human race, and make no subdivisions...
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Biographies of Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers: Reprinted from an ...

Charles Bradlaugh, Anthony Collins, John Watts - Rationalists - 1871 - 344 pages
...useless, would be an idle ceremonial, and could never possibly have place in the catalogue of virtues. We see, even in the present necessitous condition...human race, and make no subdivisions of right and propeity. Water and air, though the most necessary of all objects, are not challenged as the property...
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An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals: A Critical Edition

David Hume - Philosophy - 2006 - 308 pages
...whieh ease the distinetion of property is entirely lost, and everv thing remains in commortT amongst the whole human race, and make no subdivisions of right and property. This we may observe with regard to Water and air and water, tho' the most valuable necessary of all...
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Health Care and the Ethics of Encounter: A Jewish Discussion of Social Justice

Laurie Zoloth - Religion - 1999 - 323 pages
...of it by another, I need but stretch out my hand to possess myself what is equally valuable? . . . We see, even in the present necessitous condition...whole human race, and make no subdivisions of right or property.82 The condition of limited resources forces rational individuals into public association."...
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