DIALOGUES CONCERNING INNATE PRINCIPLES.
AN EXAMINATION OF MR. LOCKE’S
DOCTRINE ON THAT SUBJECT.
BY THE AUTHOR OF
THREE DIALOGUES CONCERNING LIBERTY
Maximeque aestimare conscientiam mentis fuae, quam ab diis immortalibus accepimus, quae a nobis divelli non potest:
quae si optimorum consiliorum atque factorum testis in omni vita nobis erit, sine ullo metu et summa cum honestate vivemus.
…And must think that consciousness implanted in one’s mind, which we have received from the immortal gods, and which cannot be taken from us, to be the most powerful motive of all. And if that is a witness of virtuous counsels and virtuous actions throughout our whole lives, we shall live without any fear, and in the greatest honor.
CICERO, Oratio pro et CLUENTIO.
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