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It is easy to be conspicuously 'compassionate' if others are being forced to pay the cost.
Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance.
Remember that mindsets can not be changed through force and coercion. No idea can ever be forcibly thrust upon any one.
Considering the absence of legal coercion, the surprising thing is that men have for so long, and, on the whole, so reliably, adhered to what we might call the breadwinner ethic.
It is indeed probable that more harm and misery have been caused by men determined to use coercion to stamp out a moral evil than by men intent on doing evil.
Theatre is the most perfect artistic form of coercion.
What has been the effect of [religious] coercion? To make one half the world fools, and the other half hypocrites. To support roguery and error all over the earth.
The fact that so many successful politicians are such shameless liars is not only a reflection on them, it is also a reflection on us. When the people want the impossible, only liars can satisfy.
Coercion by government, the main fear of our founding fathers, is now its most common attribute.
All those who seek to destroy the liberties of a democratic nation ought to know that war is the surest and shortest means to accomplish it.
Every socialist is a disguised dictator.
To blend, without coercion, the individual good and the common good is the essence of citizenship in a free country.
People are not embracing collectivism because they have accepted bad economics. They are accepting bad economics because they have embraced collectivism.
Laissez faire (in its full true meaning) opens the way to the realization of the noble dreams of socialism.
Freedom is indivisible. As soon as one starts to restrict it, one enters upon a decline on which it is difficult to stop.
Government is not capable of caring. Government gets things done through coercion. They fine, they penalize, they tax, they confiscate, they jail, they bully to get what they want.
No people and no part of a people shall be held against its will in a political association that it does not want.
Political freedom means the absence of coercion of a man by his fellow men.
I define anarchist society as one where there is no legal possibility for coercive aggression against the person or property of any individual.
Governmental subsidy systems promote inefficiency in production and efficiency in coercion and subservience, while penalizing efficiency in production and inefficiency in predation.
Coercion or compulsion never brings about growth. It is freedom that accelerates evolution.
Instruments of coercion, once created, have a tendency to find their own natural masters.
I didn't know I was a slave until I found out I couldn't do the things I wanted.
Just as war is the natural consequence of monopoly, peace is the natural consequence of liberty.
Learn to lead in a nourishing manner. Learn to lead without being possessive. Learn to be helpful without taking the credit. Learn to lead without coercion.
Power is the ability to affect others to get the outcomes you want, and that can be done by coercion, payment or attraction.
Governmental regulations all carry coercion to some degree, and even where they don't, they habituate man to expect teaching, guidance and help outside himself, instead of formulating his own.
... in practice the standard for what constitutes rape is set not at the level of women's experience of violation but just above the level of coercion acceptable to men.
The free market punishes irresponsibility. Government rewards it.
Freedom is living without government coercion. So when a politician talks about freedom for this group or that, ask yourself whether he is advocating more government action or less.
The principle that the end justifies the means is in individualist ethics regarded as the denial of all morals. In collectivist ethics it becomes necessarily the supreme rule.
All socialism involves slavery. That which fundamentally distinguishes the slave is that he labours under coercion to satisfy anothers desires.
Whenever the government is involved, there is an element of coercion.
Free-market capitalism is a network of free and voluntary exchanges in which producers work, produce, and exchange their products for the products of others through prices voluntarily arrived at.
A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find that after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.
I hope for an America where the power of faith will always burn brightly, but where no modern inquisition of any kind will ever light the fires of fear, coercion, or angry division.
A society based on the freedom to choose is better than a society based on the principles of socialism, communism and coercion.
If God himself was not willing to use coercion to force man to accept certain religious views, man, uninspired and liable to error, ought not to use the means that Jehovah would not employ.
The whole of mankind's progress has had to be achieved against the resistance and opposition of the state and its power of coercion.
The most dangerous diminutions of freedom come from those who are convinced of their moral rectitude.
Coersion, after all, merely captures man. Freedom captivates him.
All empires have depended on local legitimacy and local collaboration; they are not based primarily on coercion. An imperial rule that relies wholly on coercion can't endure. It's too expensive.
Mythological symbols touch and exhilarate centers of life beyond the reach of vocabularies of reason and coercion.
Because politics rests on an irreducible measure of coercion, it can never become a perfect realm of perfect love and justice.
There is only one '' principle that can preserve a free society: namely, the strict prevention of all coercion except in the enforcement of general abstract rules equally applicable to all.
Coercion may prevent many transgressions; but it robs even actions which are legal of a part of their beauty. Freedom may lead to many transgressions, but it lends even to vices a less ignoble form.
Coercion cannot but result in chaos in the end.
Universities are not here to be mediums for the coercion of other people, they're here to be mediums for the free exchange of ideas.
Evil would always come to me disguised in systems and dignified by law.
The exercise of one coercion always makes another inevitable.