„Let me tell you one thing. There is great complexity in this creation. The Master does one thing through one man and another thing through another person. Oh, it is so inscrutable!“

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„One can't be kind to one person and cruel to another.“

—  Morarji Desai Former Indian Finance Minister, Freedom Fighters, Former prime minister 1896 - 1995

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„What persons may and may not do to one another limits what they may do through the apparatus of a state, or do to establish such an apparatus.“

—  Robert Nozick American political philosopher 1938 - 2002
Context: Some anarchists have claimed not merely that we would be better off without a state, but that any state necessarily violates people's moral rights and hence is intrinsically immoral. Our starting point then, though nonpolitical, is by intention far from nonmoral. Moral philosophy sets the background for, and boundaries of, political philosophy. What persons may and may not do to one another limits what they may do through the apparatus of a state, or do to establish such an apparatus. Ch. 1 : Why State of Nature Theory?; Political Philosophy, p. 6

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