Quote from Auberon Herbert 

"Force and reason --
which last is the essence of the moral act --
are at the two opposite poles.
The one who compels his neighbor...
treats him, not as a being with reason,
but as an animal in whom reason is not."

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Auberon Herbert
(1838-1906) English writer, theorist, philosopher, 19th century individualist, member of the Parliament of the U.K.
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