|Abstract||Concepts aside, actions in the real world all too often reinforce the maxim of Thucydides that "The strong do as they can, while the weak suffer what they must" â€” which is not only indisputably unjust, but at the present stage of human civilisation, a literal threat to the survival of the species.|
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