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H o w m uch sim p l e r they discovered i t t o ( h ortl e A n e y e ably to p roportion the punish nent to the for an e y e th a n intel l i lightly a n d equit offense. The l atter proce e d i n g calls for greater intel l ectu a l endowment , and. s a v e for t h r e e o r 4 excepti o n a l c a s es, I okay n o w o f no French l a w m a ok e r d u ring the p a s t eighteen h u n d r e d y e a r s who h a s b e e n a b l e to reveal even a rudimentary con lmon experience. Juliette + 1 23 and rigo rous competiti on i n N a ture ; the will to make o ff with the substance of others i s the fo remost-the such a lot legi t i m a te-p assion N a ture has bred into us. those a re the fundamental l a ws o f behavior that h e r h a n d has writ i n our bone and fiber, robbery i s the underlying in stinct i n all dwelling b e ings and, wi thou t doubt, t h e so much agreeable one. "Theft w a s held in honor a t Lacedaemon. Lycu rgu s' consti tu tion m a d e it m a n d a to ry ; stealing, stated that groovy l a wgiver, rendered the Spartans suppl e , speedy, bol d , and courageous ; it truly is nonetheless admi crimson i n the Philippines. "The Germans thought of i t an workout very suitabl e to early life ; there have been festi vals within which the Romans smiled upon it ; the E gyp t i a n s incorporated i t i n thei r academic curricul a ; each Ame rican i s a lot hooked on robbery ; not anything i s extra widesprea d in Africa ; past the Alps i t i s h a rdly d iscou raged. "Every evening, Nero used to q u i t his p a lace and cross out of the country to scouse borrow i n the streets ; at the morrow, w h a t he had robbed his state males of used to be wear publ it s a l e within the m a rket p lace, and the earnings went to the Emperor. "The President R i eux , son of Samuel Bern a rd and Boul ainvil l i ers' father, stole th tough incl i n a tion and with our personal reasons i n view : at the PontoN ecu f, a pi stol i n his hand, h e wayl a i d passers by means of and emptied their wallet. Coveting an eye h e observed at the individual o f a chum o f his father, he, so the tale is going, a w a i ted him one eveni n g while this pal was once l e aving Samuel's apartment a fter a suppe r, and robbed h i m ; stra i ghtway the fr. iend returns to the brigand's father, compl a i n s , i dentifies the thi e f ; Samuel denies it, says the article is very unlikely, swe a rs his boy is asleep i n his mattress ; they rep a i r to the son ' s bedch amber, R i eux is not there. A li ttl e overdue r he comes domestic ; they're sitting looking ahead to h i m , he i s rep roached , accu sed, he con fesses this and m a long island different thefts, p ro m i ses to fix his methods and does : to that end, R i eux turns into a truly grea t magistra te . 14 "N othing extra effectively conc eivable than robbery a s debauch : it events the indi spensable surprise upon the n e rvous approach and thence is born the infl ammation which determines the lubricious temper. everyone l ike me-and who, like me, qu i te needlessly, h a s 1 four The father o f H e n ry I V h a d t h e related flavor. 1 24 T H E M AR Q U I S DE SADE stolen th tough l i be rtin age-i s acqu ainted with -th i s mystery pleasu re ; one can also experi ence i t by way of c h e a t i n g on the gaming desk, or w h i l e p l a y i n g video games o f any o t h e r s o r t .