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" But when things are matter of public concern, the discipline pertaining to them must also be matter of public concern ; and we must not consider any citizen as belonging to himself, but all as belonging to the state ; for each is a part of the state,... "
An Old Man's Thoughts about Many Things - Сторінка 266
автори: George Long - 1872 - 379 стор.
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of ..., Томи 9 – 10

1837
...chooses. But when things are matter of public concern, the discipline pertaining to them must also be matter of public concern ; and we must not consider...the state ; for each is a part of the state, and the superintendence of each part has naturally a reference to the superintendence of the whole. In the...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Том 9

1838
...chooses. But when things are matter of public concern, the discipline pertaining to them must also be matter of public concern ; and we must not consider...the state; for each is a part of the state, and the superintendence of each part has naturally a reference to the superintendence of the whole. In the...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review

1843
...chooses. But when things are matter of public concern, the discipline pertaining to them must also be matter of public concern ; and we must not consider...the state ; for each is a part of the state, and the superintendence of each part has naturally a reference to the superintendence of the whole." — (Aristotle,...
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The Standard Library Cyclopedia of Political, Constitutional, Statistical ...

1848
...also be matter of public concern 5 and we must not consider any citizen ae belonging to himself, hut all as belonging to the state ; for each is a part of the state, and the superintendence of each part has naturally a reference to the superintendence of the whole. In the...
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The Standard Library Cyclopaedia of Political, Constitutional ..., Том 2

1853
...chooses. But when things are matter of public concern, the discipline pertaining to them must also be matter of public concern ; and we must not consider...the state ; for each is a part of the state, and the superintendence of each part has naturally a reference to the superintendence of the whole. In the...
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The Athenian Sun in an African Sky: Modern African Adaptations of Classical ...

Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. - 2001 - 240 стор.
...either that any of the citizens should think he just belongs to himself; he must regard all citizens as belonging to the state, for each is a part of the state; and the responsibility for each part naturally has regard to the responsibility for the whole. — Aristotle,...
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The New Englander, Том 15

1857
...? When we read in Aristotle, that " no citizen ought to think himself his own, but that all belong to the State, for each is a part of the State, and the attention paid to each part ought to look towards the care of the whole," we see, indeed, in such sentiments,...
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Traditions of civility: eight essays

...could say, as he does in the beginning of the eighth book of his Politics, that 'we must not regard any citizen as belonging to himself, but all as belonging to the state'; but the saying is an echo, and almost a quotation, of a passage in Plato's Laws, and there is much...
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