"Liberty, understood by materialists as the right to do or not to do
anything not directly injurious to others, we understand as the faculty
of choosing, among the various modes of fulfilling duty, those most in
harmony with our own tendencies."
by:
Giuseppe Mazzini
(1805-1872)
Source:
On the Unity of Italy, 1861
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