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Yes; for he must not mean merely the name, but the thing named must be the object of his attention.


But the state, in making laws, aims, of course, at advantage, whatever the name it gives it, and makes all its laws as advantageous as possible to itself, to the extent of its belief and ability; or has it in making laws anything else in view?

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