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" Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives rise to Law, even before mankind have made any considerable advances in the '.other sciences. From law arises security... "
Transactions of the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York - Page 45
1815
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Essays and treatises on several subjects

David Hume - 1804
...states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, givesrise to LAW, even before mankind have made any considerable...security curiosity : And from curiosity knowledge. The latter steps of this progress may be more accidental ; but the former are altogether necessary....
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - 1806 - 216 pages
...moderate authority. Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives...mankind have made any considerable advances in the orher sciences. From law arise? security; from security, curiosity; and from curiosity, knowledge....
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An introductory discourse: delivered before the Literary and philosophical ...

DeWitt Clinton, Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York (New York, N.Y.) - Ecology - 1815 - 148 pages
...necessarily, hy an inthllihle operation, gives rise to law even hefore mankind have made any considerahle advances in the other sciences ; from law arises security...have just quoted, with the vast volume of history hefore his eyes, and aided hy all the powers of an analyzing and investigating mind, has laid down...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - 1817
...moderate authority. Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives...security curiosity : And from curiosity knowledge. The latter steps ' of this progress may be more accidental ; but the former are altogether necessary....
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The Philosophical Works of David Hume ...

Philosophy - 1826
...moderate authority. Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives...security curiosity; and from curiosity knowledge. The latter steps of this progress may be more accidental; but the former are altogether necessary....
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Philosophical Works, Volume 3

David Hume - Philosophy - 1854
...moderate authority. Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives...security curiosity ; and from curiosity knowledge. The latter steps of this progress may be more accidental ; but the former are altogether necessary....
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Essays: Moral, Political, and Literary, Volume 1

David Hume - Ethics, Modern - 1889 - 24 pages
...moderate authority. Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives...security curiosity : And from curiosity knowledge. The latter steps of this progress may be more accidental; but the former are altogether necessary....
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Hume's Philosophical Politics

Duncan Forbes - History - 1985 - 356 pages
...republics (after 1770 changed to 'free states'), because, however barbarous, a republic infallibly gives rise to law, 'even before mankind have made...security curiosity: and from curiosity knowledge' (Essays, 119). In a monarchical government, on the other hand, law does not arise necessarily from...
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Liberty in Hume’s History of England

N. Capaldi, D. Livingston - Philosophy - 1990 - 240 pages
...law, not by the arbitrary will of their fellowsubjects" (E, 1 17). But a republic, though barbarous, "necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives rise...law arises security; from security curiosity; and curiosity knowledge. The latter steps of this progress may be more accidental; but the former are altogether...
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Hume: Political Writings

David Hume, Stuart D. Warner, Donald W. Livingston - Philosophy - 1994 - 258 pages
...moderate authority. Here then are the advantages of free states. Though a republic should be barbarous, it necessarily, by an infallible operation, gives...security curiosity: And from curiosity knowledge. The latter steps of this progress may be more accidental; but the former are altogether necessary....
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