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" The whole body, therefore, of a nation cannot be tied to any other obedience than is consistent with the common good, according to their own judgement; and, having never been subdued, or brought to terms of peace with their magistrates, they cannot be... "
Discourses on Government - Page 279
by Algernon Sidney - 1805
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Проблемы истории современной советской деревни: 1946-1973 гг. : материалы ...

Agriculture - 1813 - 507 pages
...consistent with the common good, according to their own judgment; and, having never been subdued, or brought to terms of peace with their magistrates,...are nothing of or by themselves more than other men. If governments were instituted to gratify the lusts of one man, those could not be good that set limits...
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Memoirs of Algernon Sydney

George Wilson Meadley - 1813 - 400 pages
...consistent with the common good, according to their own judgment; and, having never been subdued, or brought to terms of peace with their magistrates,...seems good to themselves, and who are nothing of or by themNclves more than other men. * Disc. con. Gov. c. III. 27. IF governments were instituted to...
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An historical and critical account of the lives and writings of ..., Volume 2

William Harris - 1814
...'consistent with the common good, according to their own judgment: and having never been subdued, or brought to terms of peace with their magistrates,...are nothing of or by themselves, more than other men *." 2. It is asserted, " That whosoever takes up arms t maintain the politick constitution or government...
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The constitution of society, as designed by God [signed Veritas].

Daniel Bishop - 1835
...obedience than is consistent with the common good, according tp their own judgment. To magistrates they owe no more than seems good to themselves, and...nothing of or by themselves, more than other men, The people for whom and by whom the magistrate is created, can only judge whether he rightly perform...
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Life of Algernon Sidney: With Sketches of Some of His Contemporaries and ...

George Van Santvoord - 1851 - 334 pages
...by, the general law ; and that law, regarding the welfare of the people, cannot set up the interests of one or a few men against the public. The whole...nothing of or by themselves more than other men." The reciprocal obligations that exist between the governor and the governed, and the rights and duties...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 51

Massachusetts - 1918
...good, according to their judgment; and having never been subdued or brought to terms with their chief magistrates, they cannot be said to revolt or rebel...who are nothing of or by themselves, more than other men.6 Laws and constitutions ought to be weighed ; and whilst all due reverence is paid to such as...
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Machiavelli, Hobbes, and the Formation of a Liberal Republicanism in England

Vickie B. Sullivan - History - 2006 - 296 pages
...consistent with the common good, according to their own judgment: and having never been subdued or brought to terms of peace with their magistrates,...nothing of or by themselves, more than other men" (3.36.519). The difference visible here between the teachings of Sidney and Locke on the right of resistance...
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