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"This is because they have nothing which is by nature fitted to rule," p. 57.

"The ox is the poor man's slave," p. 59.

"Others say that it is contrary to nature to rule as master over slave, because the distinction between slave and free is one of convention only, and in nature there is no difference, so that this form of rule is based on force and therefore unjust," p. 63.

"Similarly, there are among humans many varieties of life," p. 78.

"Their mistrust of each other would make it impossible for them to accept alternation in office. But in all cases the mediator is best trusted by the parties, and the one in the middle is the mediator," p. 272.

"...and even the poor, being able to have time off, take part in the administration of the constitution, receiving pay for doing so," p. 255.

"Hence, law is intelligence without appetition," p. 226.

"Virtue...

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