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" When all conditions are unequal, no inequality is so great as to offend the eye; whereas the slightest dissimilarity is odious in the midst of general uniformity: the more complete this uniformity is, the more insupportable does the sight of such a difference... "
Democracy in America - Stran 208
avtor: Alexis de Tocqueville - 1840
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Democracy in America, tr. by H. Reeve, Količina 1

Alexis Henri C.M. Clérel comte de Tocqueville - 1862
...exhibiting at once their pride and their servility. The hatred which men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become more scarce and...less considerable, so that democratic passions would scom to burn most fiercely at the very time when they have least fuel. I have already given the reason...
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Democracy in America, Količina 2

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1862
...servility. The hatred which men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become fewer and less considerable, so that democratic passions would seem to burn most fiercely just when they have least fuel. I have already given the reason of this phenomenon. When all conditions...
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The Essence of Stigler

Kurt R. Leube, Thomas Gale Moore - 1986 - 378 strani
...powerful passage: The hatred that men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become fewer and less considerable, so that democratic passions would seem to burn most fiercely just when they have least fuel. I have already given the reason for this phenomenon. When all conditions...
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Chicago Studies in Political Economy

George J. Stigler - 1988 - 641 strani
...societies: The hatred that men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become fewer and less considerable, so that democratic passions would seem to burn most fiercely just when they have least fuel. . . . When all conditions are unequal, no inequality is so great as...
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A Textual Introduction To Social and Political Theory

Richard Bellamy, Richard Paul Bellamy, Angus Ross - 1996 - 344 strani
...exhibiting at once their pride and their sevility. The hatred which men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become more scarce and...they have least fuel. I have already given the reason for this phenomenon. When all conditions are unequal, no inequality is so great as to offend the eye;...
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Classical Readings in Culture and Civilization

Stephen Mennell, John F. Rundell - 1998 - 248 strani
...privileges hecome more scarce and less considerahle. so that democratic passions would seem to hurn most fiercely at the very time when they have least...inequality is so great as to offend the eye; whereas the sligluest dissimilarity is odious in the midst of general uniformity: the more complete is this uniformity....
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Classical Readings in Culture and Civilization

Stephen Mennell, John F. Rundell - 1998 - 248 strani
...scarce and less considerahle, so that democratic passions would seem to hurn most fiercely at the vers' time when they have least fuel. I have already given...inequality is so great as to offend the eye; whereas the sligluest dissimilarity is odious in the midst of general uniformity: the more complete is this uniformity,...
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The Jefferson Image in the American Mind

Merrill D. Peterson - 1998 - 548 strani
...heroics of the new democracy were not empty delusions. The hatred which men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become more scarce and...fiercely at the very time when they have least fuel. . . . When all conditions are unequal, no inequality is so great as to offend the eye; whereas the...
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Reason and Horror: Critical Theory, Democracy, and Aesthetic Individuality

Morton Schoolman - 2001 - 348 strani
...aristocracy's permanently unequal conditions, Tocqueville excused permanent inequality by proposing that when "all conditions are unequal, no inequality is so great as to offend the eye" (DAll, 295). He grudgingly endorsed democratic equality because he believed it to be both historically...
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Passion And Social Constraint

Ernest Van Den Haag - 1963 - 368 strani
...one reason: The hatred that men bear to privilege increases in proportion as privileges become fewer and less considerable, so that democratic passions would seem to burn most fiercely just when they have least fuel. . . . When all conditions are unequal, no inequality is so great as...
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