Equality "I will go even further and say that we ought to look upon all men as our brother"

Voltaire was one of the greatest French writers and philosophers of the 18th century, as well as a leader of the Enlightenment. Voltaire agrees with equality because he believes that everyone should be equal. He writes:

"I will go even further and say that we ought to look upon all men as our brother"

in this quote voltaire is saying that everyone should look at everybody like it's family. But overall he is saying to treat everybody with respect. Voltaire concludes

"for are we not all children of the same father, and the creatures of the same God"

Voltaire believed in God as the prime mover who set the universe in motion. This quote he argues that everybody is not related in a small picture but everybody is in the bigger picture. As a French writer and Philosopher, Voltaire had a strong impute that everyone is equal and to think of everyone as your family

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