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PAINE, T.: Rights of Man (Unabridged)

    
      

 

PAINE, T.: Rights of Man (Unabridged)

Written in 1791 as a response to Edmund Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France, Thomas Paine’s Rights of Man is a seminal work on human freedom and equality. Using the French Revolution and its ideals as an example, he demonstrates his belief that any government must put the inherent rights of its citizens above all else, especially politics. After its publication, Paine left England for France and was tried in his absence for libel against the crown. Authoritatively read by Matt Addis.


  Rights of Man (Unabridged)
1.   Play with flash player Rights of Man 00:05:47
2.   Play with flash player Rights of Man. Part the First 00:08:35
3.   Play with flash player I am not contending for nor against any form… 00:08:29
4.   Play with flash player We now come more particularly to the affairs of France. 00:08:52
5.   Play with flash player When a man reflects on the condition which France… 00:09:17
6.   Play with flash player The mind can hardly picture to itself a more tremendous… 00:12:00
7.   Play with flash player Mr Burke has spoken a great deal about plots… 00:08:21
8.   Play with flash player I can consider Mr Burke's book in scarcely any other… 00:12:42
9.   Play with flash player I have now to follow Mr Burke through a pathless… 00:09:02
10.   Play with flash player Hitherto we have spoken only (and that but in part)… 00:12:03
11.   Play with flash player Mr Burke said, in a speech last winter in Parliament… 00:09:17
12.   Play with flash player The French Constitution says that to preserve… 00:10:57
13.   Play with flash player Titles are but nicknames, and every nickname is a title. 00:10:43
14.   Play with flash player The French Constitution has reformed the condition… 00:08:19
15.   Play with flash player All religions are in their nature kind and benign… 00:08:01
16.   Play with flash player Let us now look to the other side of the question. 00:10:31
17.   Play with flash player In the war which France afterwards engaged in… 00:11:18
18.   Play with flash player The Archbishop of Thoulouse (since Archbishop of…) 00:11:59
19.   Play with flash player The States - General were to meet at Versailles… 00:13:57
20.   Play with flash player Declaration of The Rights of Man and of Citizens 00:06:33
21.   Play with flash player Observations On the Declaration of Rights 00:04:55
22.   Play with flash player Miscellaneous Chapter 00:12:09
23.   Play with flash player I remember taking notice of a speech… 00:08:19
24.   Play with flash player It assumes a character, to which it has neither right… 00:11:46
25.   Play with flash player Whether the present reign commenced with… 00:08:11
26.   Play with flash player The continual use of the word Constitution in the… 00:08:56
27.   Play with flash player If the foreign commerce of Great Britain can be… 00:08:42
28.   Play with flash player Conclusion 00:11:13
29.   Play with flash player 'I. Men are born, and always continue, free…' 00:06:56
30.   Play with flash player Rights of Man. Part Second 00:08:42
31.   Play with flash player I now come to remark on the remaining part… 00:08:59
32.   Play with flash player Introduction 00:09:42
33.   Play with flash player Chapter 1 00:12:08
34.   Play with flash player Chapter 2 00:05:28
35.   Play with flash player Chapter 3 00:11:44
36.   Play with flash player The representative system takes society… 00:12:19
37.   Play with flash player Referring, then, to the original… 00:12:19
38.   Play with flash player Chapter 4 00:10:40
39.   Play with flash player The powers vested in the governments… 00:08:12
40.   Play with flash player In order to decide this question... 00:07:41
41.   Play with flash player From the want of a constitution… 00:09:21
42.   Play with flash player The objections against two houses… 00:09:36
43.   Play with flash player In a comparison of these cases… 00:11:24
44.   Play with flash player Chapter 5 00:13:42
45.   Play with flash player Two merchants of different nations… 00:07:49
46.   Play with flash player It is the nature of compassion… 00:08:18
47.   Play with flash player What is called the House of Peers… 00:11:40
48.   Play with flash player Mr Burke, in speaking of the aristocratical law… 00:09:45
49.   Play with flash player Since the year 1788, upwards… 00:12:49
50.   Play with flash player Whoever has observed the manner in which trade… 00:11:10
51.   Play with flash player This support, as already remarked… 00:11:19
52.   Play with flash player Taking the present current expenses… 00:07:08
53.   Play with flash player Table 1. A tax on all estates of the clear… 00:07:11
54.   Play with flash player At the twenty - third thousand the tax becomes… 00:08:04
55.   Play with flash player Although an enquiry into the origin… 00:14:03
56.   Play with flash player I return, as I promised, to the subject… 00:10:44
57.   Play with flash player In the preceding part of this work… 00:06:36
58.   Play with flash player In contemplating revolutions, it is easy to perceive… 00:11:25
59.   Play with flash player Appendix 00:09:44

Total Playing Time: 09:37:32






Author(s):
Paine, Thomas

Reader(s):
Addis, Matt

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Non-Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0364

Barcode: 9781781982471

Release Date: 07/2019

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