„Law And Freedom without Violence (Anarchy)
Law And Violence without Freedom (Despotism)
Violence without Freedom And Law (Barbarism)
Violence with Freedom And Law (Republic)“

Utolsó frissítés 2021. január 4.. Történelem
Immanuel Kant fénykép
Immanuel Kant17
német idealista filozófus 1724 - 1804

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Mohammed VI of Morocco fénykép

„But what is freedom? For me, it is the respect of the other and the respect of the law. Freedom is not anarchy“

—  Mohammed VI of Morocco King of Morocco 1963

Original French: Mais qu’est-ce que la liberté ? Pour moi, c’est le respect de l’autre et le respect de la loi. La liberté, ce n’est pas l’anarchie.
Interview with Le Figaro–September 2001 http://www.maroc.ma/fr/discours-royaux/interview-accord%C3%A9e-par-sa-majest%C3%A9-le-roi-mohammed-vi-au-quotidien-fran%C3%A7ais-%C2%AB-le

Max Stirner fénykép

„The State’s behavior is violence, and it calls its violence “law”; that of the individual, “crime.”“

—  Max Stirner, könyv The Ego and Its Own

The state calls its own violence law, but that of the individual, crime.
As quoted in The Great Quotations (1960) by George Seldes, p. 664
The Ego and Its Own (1845)

Kurt Vonnegut fénykép
Margaret Thatcher fénykép
Махатма Ганди fénykép

„An unjust law is itself a species of violence.“

—  Махатма Ганди pre-eminent leader of Indian nationalism during British-ruled India 1869 - 1948

Non-Violence in Peace & War (1962) Vol. 2, edited by Mahadev Haribhai Desai, p. 144
Posthumous publications (1950s and later)
Kontextus: An unjust law is itself a species of violence. Arrest for its breach is more so. Now the law of nonviolence says that violence should be resisted not by counter-violence but by nonviolence. This I do by breaking the law and by peacefully submitting to arrest and imprisonment.

J. William Fulbright fénykép
Махатма Ганди fénykép
Elbert Hubbard fénykép

„Destruction, violence, ravages, murder, are perpetrated by statute law.“

—  Elbert Hubbard American writer, publisher, artist, and philosopher fue el escritor del jarron azul 1856 - 1915

The Better Part (1901)
Kontextus: I AM an Anarchist.
All good men are Anarchists.
All cultured, kindly men; all gentlemen; all just men are Anarchists.
Jesus was an Anarchist.
A Monarchist is one who believes a monarch should govern. A Plutocrat believes in the rule of the rich. A Democrat holds that the majority should dictate. An Aristocrat thinks only the wise should decide; while an Anarchist does not believe in government at all. Richard Croker is a Monarchist; Mark Hanna a Plutocrat; Cleveland a Democrat; Cabot Lodge an Aristocrat; William Penn, Henry D. Thoreau, Bronson Alcott and Walt Whitman were Anarchists. An Anarchist is one who minds his own business. An Anarchist does not believe in sending warships across wide oceans to kill brown men, and lay waste rice fields, and burn the homes of people who are fighting for liberty. An Anarchist does not drive women with babes at their breasts and other women with babes unborn, children and old men into the jungle to be devoured by beasts or fever or fear, or die of hunger, homeless, unhouseled and undone.
Destruction, violence, ravages, murder, are perpetrated by statute law..

Rudolph Rummel fénykép
Rudolph Rummel fénykép
Rudolph Rummel fénykép

„The more democratic freedom a people have, the less severe their internal political violence.“

—  Rudolph Rummel American academic 1932 - 2014

Forrás: The Blue Book of Freedom: Ending Famine, Poverty, Democide, and War (2007), p. 63

Mark Kingwell fénykép

„Tyranny is abhorrent, freedom benefits all, whereas violence benefits no one for long.“

—  Mark Kingwell Canadian philosopher 1963

Forrás: The World We Want (2000), Chapter 3, Virtues And Vices, p. 90.

Toni Morrison fénykép
Gene Wolfe fénykép
Fidel Castro fénykép
Stanley Baldwin fénykép

„Freedom, ordered freedom, within the law, with force in the background and not in the foreground“

—  Stanley Baldwin Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1867 - 1947

Speech to the Empire Rally of Youth at the Royal Albert Hall (18 May 1937), quoted in Service of Our Lives (1937), pp. 164-165.
1937
Kontextus: Let me proclaim my faith... Here we have ceased to be an island, but we are still an Empire. And what is the secret? Freedom, ordered freedom, within the law, with force in the background and not in the foreground... It is an Empire organised for peace... It deifies neither the State nor its rulers. The old doctrine of the divine right of Kings has gone, but we have no intention of erecting in its place a new doctrine of the divine right of States. No State that ever was is worthy of a free man's worship.

Warren Farrell fénykép
David Mitchell fénykép
Alfred Denning, Baron Denning fénykép
Pythagoras fénykép

„As soon as laws are necessary for men, they are no longer fit for freedom.“

—  Pythagoras ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher -585 - -495 i.e.

As quoted in Short Sayings of Great Men: With Historical and Explanatory Notes‎ (1882) by Samuel Arthur Bent, p. 454

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