By Thoreau, Henry David
[...]gentlemen, teaches a doctrine the exact reverse of this, and that doctrine we shall try to refute. Returning from the North, we procured in New York a copy of Aristotle's Politics and Economics. To our surprise, we found that our theory of the origin of society was identical... with his, and that we had employed not only the same illustrations, but the very same words. We saw at once that the true vindication of slavery must be founded on his theory of man's social nature, as opposed to Locke's theory of the Social Contract, on which latter[...].Read more
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