• You ought to love all mankind; nay, every individual of mankind. You ought not to love the individuals of your domestic circles less, but to love those who exist beyond it more. Once make the feelings of confidence and of affection universal, and the distinctions of property and power will vanish; nor are they to be abolished without substituting something equivalent in mischief to them, until all mankind shall acknowledge an entire community of rights.

    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1880). “Vindication of natural diet. Refutation of deism. Proposal for putting reform to the vote. Address to the people on the death of the Princess Charlotte. History of a six weeks' tour through a part of France, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland, etc. Journal at Geneva (including ghost stories) and on return to England, 1816. The assassins. On the punishment of death. On life. On love. On a future state. Speculations on morals. System of government by juries. Fragment on reform. On the revival of li”