But persons even of considerable moral worth, unless they are also thinkers, are very ready to believe that laws or practices, the evils of which they have not personally experienced, do not produce any evils, but (if seeming to be generally approved of) p

The violence of his desires depends on her charms is by means of these she should urge him to the exertion of those powers which nature hath given him.

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