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We are told that there have been golden ages in the past, but which ones they were seems always to have been concealed in the same poetic minds in which they first originated.

The Philosophical Works and Selected Correspondence of John Locke. Essays on the Law of Nature. Locke's "Censor's Valedictory Speech" of 1664: "Can Anyone By Nature Be Happy in This Life? No."


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