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Is never suggested, except by Turgot in a prize essay; and, although Utopias are not wanting, no writer before the Revolution made any systematic attempt to forecast the probable future of society, the direction in which it would advance. should far exceed our limits were we to attempt to trace the history of the idea of nature, her rights, and her law, from the Sophistic antithesis of nature and convention, from the doctrine of the Stoics, popularised by Cicero and applied by the Roman lawyers, through the writings of the theologians and jurists of the Middle Ages down to the days of Grotius and Selden.
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They are favourable to democracy and tend to the destruction of the But he has no wish to limit the authority of the Crown. The nobility. powers of the Roman tribunes, of the English Parliament, of the States General, the right of remonstrance claimed by the French law Courts are mischievous; for the sovereign power whether in a monarchy or a republic should be one and unquestioned, like that of the Almighty. "The whole art of government consists in nothing else than the perfect imitation of God" no doubt an easy art, at all events one in which d'Argenson imagined himself to be well versed.