|To turn him loose to an unrestrained
liberty, before he has reason to guide him, is not allowing him the privilege of his nature to be free, but to thrust him out
amongst brutes, and abandon him to a state as wretched and as much beneath that of a man as theirs.
- John Locke, Essay Concerning Civil Government, Paternal Power
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