A Discourse Upon the Origin and the Foundation Of / The Inequality Among Mankind

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man is by nature good, and that only our institutions have made him bad!
n fact, what is generosity, what clemency, what humanity, but pity applied to the weak, to the guilty, or to the human species in general? Even benevolence and friendship, if we judge right, will appear the effects of a constant pity, fixed upon a particular object: for to wish that a person may not suffer, what is it but to wish that he may be happy?

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