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" The commonwealth seems to me to be a society of men constituted only for the procuring, preserving, and advancing their own civil interests. Civil interest I call life, liberty, health, and indolency of body; and the possession of outward things, such... "
The Eclectic Review - Pagina 203
geredigeerd door - 1829
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The Works of John Locke, Volume 6

John Locke - 1823
...for the interest of men's souls, and, on the other side, a care of the commonwealth. The commonwealth seems to me to be a society of men constituted only...preserving, and advancing their own civil interests. Civil interest I call life, liberty, health, and indolency of body; and the possession of outward things,...
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The Works of John Locke, Volume 6

John Locke - 1823
...they who do them shall not inherit the kingdom of God," Gal. v. 21. Whosoever, thereCivil interest I call life, liberty, health, and indolency of body; and the possession of outward tilings, such as money, lands, houses, furniture, and the like. It is the duty of the civil magistrate,...
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The Works of John Locke, Volume 6

John Locke - 1823
...and, on the other side, a care of the commonwealth. The commonwealth seems to me to be a society of t men constituted only for the procuring, preserving, and ' advancing their own civil interests. J Civil interest I call life, liberty, health, and indolency of body; and the possession of outward...
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The Works of John Locke: In Nine Volumes, Volume 5

John Locke - 1824
...men's souls, and, on the other side, a care of the commonwealth. ^ The commonwealth seems to me to he a society of ? men constituted only for the procuring,...preserving, and advancing their own civil interests. X Civil interest I call life. liberty, health, and indolency of body ; and the possession of outward...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1836
...opinion, the authority of Locke has greatly contributed, who has said, — " That the commonwealth seems to be a society of men, constituted only for the procuring,...as money, lands, houses, furniture, and the like." — Lettm m Toleration. After all the arguments which Locke and his disciples have used, we do not...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1836
...opinion, the authority of Locke has greatly contributed, who has said, — " That the commonwealth seems to be a society of men, constituted only for the procuring,...Civil interests, I call life, liberty, health, and indolcncy of body, and the possession of outward things, such as money, lands, houses, furniture, and...
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The law of Christ respecting civil obedience. To which are added two ...

John Brown - 1839 - 80 pagina’s
...mankind, from the invasions and ~ injuries of their neighbours."* " The commonwealth," says Locke, " seems to me to be a society of men constituted only...for the procuring, preserving, and advancing their civil interests. Civil interests I call life, liberty, health and indolency of body, and the possession...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volume 4

Henry Hallam - 1839
...religious behaviour of subjects. Locke, adopting the opposite theory of compact, defines the commonwealth to be a society of men constituted only for the procuring,...preserving, and advancing their own civil interests. He denies altogether that the care of souls belongs to the civil magistrate, as it has never been committed...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by ..., Volume 16

Robert Aspland - 1860
...inconsistency and a shortcoming in the application of his fundamental principle, that " the commonwealth is a society of men constituted only for the procuring,...preserving and advancing their own civil interests." But Locke makes the exception with a view to maintain his rule, because he thinks " promises, covenants...
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The Patriotic Preachers of the American Revolution

Frank Moore - 1862 - 368 pagina’s
...interest of men's souls, and on the other side a care of the commonwealth. " The commonwealth seems to be a society of men constituted only for the procuring,...interests. " Civil interests I call life, liberty and health, and the possession of outward things, such as money, lands, houses, furniture, and the...
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