Marcus Tullius Cicero about civilization (“On Duties”, 44 BC) - While there are two ways of contending, one by discussion, the other by force, the former belonging properly to man, the latter to beasts, recourse must be had to the latter if there be no opportunity for employing the former.
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While there are two ways of contending, one by discussion, the other by force, the former belonging properly to man, the latter to beasts, recourse must be had to the latter if there be no opportunity for employing the former.
 Marcus Tullius CiceroOn Duties (44 BC). copy citation

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