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" By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often, and as much, and in as many ways, as there are floating fancies or fashions, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation could link with the other.... "
Works - Página 134
por Edmund Burke - 1792
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volumen5

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1887
...their fallacies and their dangers. ' By this unprincipled facility,' he wrote, ' in changing the State as often, and as much, and in as many ways as there are floating fancies and fashions, the whole chain of continuity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation...
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The Economic Journal: The Quarterly Journal of the Royal Economic ..., Volumen4

1894
...changing the state so often and so much and in so many ways as there are floating fancies in fashion, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth...would be broken. No one generation could link with another. Men would become little better than the flies of summer.' There you have in Burke with the...
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The Economic Journal: The Quarterly Journal of the Royal Economic ..., Volumen4

1894
...changing the state so often and so much and in so many ways as there are floating fancies in fashion, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth...would be broken. No one generation could link with another. Men would become little better than the flies of summer.' There you have in Burke with the...
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Strikes and Social Problems

Joseph Shield Nicholson - 1896 - 238 páginas
...changing the state so often and so much and in so many ways as there are floating fancies in fashion, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth...would be broken. No one generation could link with another. Men would become little better than the flies of summer." There you have in Burke with the...
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Selections from Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke - 1896 - 298 páginas
...respected the institutions of their forefathers. By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often, and as much, and in as many ways, as there are floating fancies or fashions, 15 the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation...
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Writings and Speeches, Volumen3

Edmund Burke - 1901
...respected the institutions of their forefathers. By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often and as much and in as many ways as there are floating fancies or fashions, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth would be broken; uo one generation could...
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The Union Book of 1902: Being the Contribution of the Sydney University ...

Sydney University Union - 1902 - 339 páginas
...they were building a house of cards. " By this unprincipled facility of changing the State (he writes) as often, and as much, and in as many ways as there are floating fancies or fashions, the whole chain and continuation of the commonwealth would be broken ; no one generation...
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The French Revolution: Chapters from the Author's History of England During ...

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1904 - 585 páginas
...their fallacies and their dangers. ' By this unprincipled facility,' he wrote, ' in changing the State as often, and as much, and in as many ways as there are floating fancies and fashions, the whole chain of continuity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation...
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On Taste: On the Sublime and Beautiful; Reflections on the French Revolution ...

Edmund Burke - 1909 - 443 páginas
...respected the institutions of their forefathers. By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often, and as much, and in as many ways, as there are floating fancies or fashions, the whole chain and contintrity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation could...
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The Harvard Classics, Volumen24

Charles William Eliot - 1909
...respected the institutions of their forefathers. By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often, and as much, and in as many ways, as there are floating fancies or fashions, the whole chain and continuity of the commonwealth would be broken. No one generation could...
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