What universal and timeless point does Jonathan Swift make in his satirical novel called Gulliver’s Travels?

What universal and timeless point does Jonathan Swift make in his satirical novel called Gulliver’s Travels


People are often petty, combative, and self-important.
People need to be more cooperative in matters of self defense.
It is wrong for governments to issue edicts regarding individual behavior.
It is unwise for a prince to demand his people fight for his own desires.


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  • These aren't timeless points, they're just simplistic philosophy that has been repackaged since the days of the Peloponnesian empire.

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    • I think they are.. I didn't make this question a quiz did.

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