Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 7.

"Let all Start Equal in the Race of Life"





Theology of Nature, Natural Law, Class, Radicalism

    States that this 'is the only motto worthy of the enlightened politician'. 'The power that bade the sinew of the peasant be as important in the general chain of creation, as the powers of sage; that power—"Which sees with equal eye, as God of all, / A hero perish, or a sparrow fall;" HE has stamped his fiat upon the law of nature; that all created beings are equal in his sight'.

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