Wednesday, August 10, 2011

MARQUIS DE SADE (1740-1814). Comte Donatien-Al...Image via Wikipedia"But equality is always the same. Liberty and fraternity are words while equality is a fact. Equality should be the great human formula—social equality, for while individuals have varying values, each must have an equal share in the social life; and that is only just, because the life of one human being is equal to the life of another. That formula is of prodigious importance. The principle of the equal rights of every living being and the sacred will of the majority is infallible and must be invincible; all progress will be brought about by it, all, with a force truly divine. It will bring first the smooth bed-rock of all progress—the settling of quarrels by that justice which is exactly the same thing as the general advantage." - The 120 Days of Sodom by Marquis de Sade.


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Pic - a line engraving of the Marquid de Sade in prison.

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