Marcus Tullius Cicero quote about man from On Duties (44 BC) - But it is essential to every inquiry about duty that we keep before our eyes how far superior man is by nature to cattle and other beasts: they have no thought except for sensual pleasure and this they are impelled by every instinct to seek;
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Quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero · Quotes from On Duties · Quotes about man · Quotes about duty · Quotes about animal · Quotes about instinct

But it is essential to every inquiry about duty that we keep before our eyes how far superior man is by nature to cattle and other beasts: they have no thought except for sensual pleasure and this they are impelled by every instinct to seek;

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Marcus Tullius Cicero quote about man from On Duties (44 BC) - But it is essential to every inquiry about duty that we keep before our eyes how far superior man is by nature to cattle and other beasts: they have no thought except for sensual pleasure and this they are impelled by every instinct to seek;
Marcus Tullius Cicero quote about man from On Duties (44 BC) - But it is essential to every inquiry about duty that we keep before our eyes how far superior man is by nature to cattle and other beasts: they have no thought except for sensual pleasure and this they are impelled by every instinct to seek;
Marcus Tullius Cicero quote about man from On Duties (44 BC) - But it is essential to every inquiry about duty that we keep before our eyes how far superior man is by nature to cattle and other beasts: they have no thought except for sensual pleasure and this they are impelled by every instinct to seek;
Marcus Tullius Cicero quote about man from On Duties (44 BC) - But it is essential to every inquiry about duty that we keep before our eyes how far superior man is by nature to cattle and other beasts: they have no thought except for sensual pleasure and this they are impelled by every instinct to seek;