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Auberon Herbert

Auberon Edward William Molyneux Herbert (Highclere, 18 June 1838 – 5 November 1906) was a writer, theorist, philosopher, and 19th century individualist. A member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, Herbert was a son of the 3rd Earl of Carnarvon. He was Member of Parliament for the two member constituency of Nottingham between 1870–1874

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It is impossible for us to make any real advance until we take to heart this great truth, that witho ...

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To live in a state of liberty is not to live apart from law. It is, on the contrary, to live under t ...

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How can an act done under compulsion have any moral element in it, seeing that what is moral is the ...

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Set men up to rule their fellow-men, to treat them as mere soulless material with which they may dea ...

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It is only you, treading in the blessed path of peace and freedom, who can bring about the true rege ...

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Private property and free trade stand on exactly the same footing, both being essential and indivisi ...

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If government half a century ago had provided us with all our dinners and breakfasts, it would be th ...

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“Do you not see, first, that - as a mental abstract - physical force is directly opposed to morali ...

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“The ruling idea of the politician - stated rather bluntly - is that those who are opposed to him ...

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“If government half a century ago had provided us with all our dinners and breakfasts, it would be ...

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“You will not make a man wiser by taking freedom of action from him. A man can only learn when he ...

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“Deny human rights, and however little you may wish to do so, you will find yourself abjectly knee ...

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“Every tax or rate, forcibly taken from an unwilling person, is immoral and oppressive.”

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“If we cannot by reason, by influence, by example, by strenuous effort, and by personal sacrifice, ...

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“And what sort of philosophical doctrine is thi - that numbers confer unlimited rights, that they ...

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