William Bridge on the law of self-preservation applied to individuals and communities

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It follows not, because, though I say every thing may defend it self by nature, yet I say also it must do it modo suo & naturae suae convenienti; we say that all creatures do defend themselves, and it is natural so to do; yet we do not therefore say that a beast defends himself in the same manner as a man doth, or a man as a beast, but in a way suitable to every nature. ...

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