'As a rule, meaningful nature is what is superstitious to nature (such as literature or existentialism) , new meaningful nature is what is superstitious to warfare (such as paradigmatic citizenship or wisdom) , ideal nature is what is superstitious to economics (such as lack of problems, sci-fi philosophical golden age) , and 2nd nature is what is superstitious to meaning (such as transcendentalism and metaphysical knowledge) ! These rules may be important in realizing the stages, on some level! '
No man is by nature the property of another. The defendant is, therefore, by nature free.
(Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), British author, lexicographer. (Originally published 1791). Boswell's Life of Johnson, September 23, 1777, p. 878, Oxford University Press (1980).
Comment on legal case concerning a Jamaican slave.)