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The same father who gave the child its life, and preserves

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The same father who gave the child its life, and preserves it from the dangers which that life involves, also taught what it may or may not do, making it accept certain limitations of its instinctual wishes, and told it what consideration it would have been expected to show towards its parents and brothers and sisters, if it had wanted to be tolerated and liked as a member of the family circle, and later on of more extensive groups.

A. The same father who gave the child its life, and preserves it from the dangers which that life involves, also taught what it may or may not do, making it accept certain limitations of its instinctual wishes, and told it what consideration it would have been expected to show towards its parents and brothers and sisters, if it had wanted to be tolerated and liked as a member of the family circle, and later on of more extensive groups.

B. The same father who gave the child its life, and preserved it from the dangers which that life involves, also taught what it may or may not do, making it accept certain limitations of its instinctual wishes, and told it what consideration it would have been expected to show towards its parents and brothers and sisters, if it had wanted to be tolerated and liked as a member of the family circle, and later on of more extensive groups.

C. The same father who gave the child its life, and preserved it from the dangers which that life involves, also taught what it may or may not do, making it accept certain limitations of its instinctual wishes, and told it what consideration it would be expected to show towards its parents and brothers and sisters, if it had wanted to be tolerated and liked as a member of the family circle, and later on of more extensive groups.

D. The same father who gave the child its life, and preserved it from the dangers which that life involves, also taught it what it may or may not do, made it accept certain limitations of its instinctual wishes, and told it what consideration it would be expected to show towards its parents and brothers and sisters, if it wanted to be tolerated and liked as a member of the family circle, and later on of more extensive groups.

E. The same father who gave the child life, and preserves it from the dangers which that life involves, also taught what it may or may not do, making it accept certain limitations of its instinctual wishes, and told it what consideration it would have been expected to show towards its parents and brothers and sisters, if it wanted to be tolerated and liked as a member of the family circle, and later on of more extensive groups.
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