Claude Adrien Helvetius Quotes

Claude Adrien Helvetius Quotes: When a miser contents himself with giving nothing, and saving what he has got, and is in other respects guilty of no injustice, he is, perhaps, of all bad men the least injurious to society; the evil he does is properly nothing more than the omission of the good he might do. If, of all the vices, avarice is the most generally detested, it is the effect of an avidity common to all men; it is because men hate those from whom they can expect nothing. The greedy misers rail at sordid misers.
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Claude Adrien Helvetius Quote: Every man without passions has within him no principle of action, nor motive to act.
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