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When those who have such power are also convinced of the wisdom and beneficence of their views, then freedom is in danger.
It's a twisted, misinformed, warped kind of beneficence.
In Britain, as in most democracies, there is now less faith in the beneficence of government.
Stop painting with such broad strokes and the belief in the beneficence of science is so 19th century.
The old days of corporate beneficence and loyalty to longtime employees are long gone.
Our constitutional protections are not dependent on the beneficence of our rulers.
Weiss's beneficence emphasized Cornell's human resources rather than brick-and-mortar assets.
Beneficence and courage require far more humanity than raw might.

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