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A History of Private Life, Harvard UP, 1987.
I.1 The Roman Empire, by Paul Veyne
p.16.

As is well known, the so-called maternal or paternal instinct does not exist. In some cases love between parent and child develops from natural affinity (which is neither more nor less likely to occur between parent and child than between any two individuals brought together by chance). More often, no doubt, parental sentiments are "induced" by the prevailing morality.
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