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Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan: Justice, and the Social Contract

Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan is arguably one the most influential works of political philosophy since Plato’s Republic.  In the book, Hobbes sets out to demonstrate how, and why, man has come to create social and political structures, in concurrence with other men, and thereby buildup the pillars of civilization and modes of governance. 1,396 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about Thomas Hobbes

Facts about the life and work of Leviathan author Thomas Hobbes

1. Thomas Hobbes was born premature, because his mother was worried about the imminent invasion of the Spanish Armada. 461 more words


Lesson 13, Behemoth and Leviathan in the Book of Job

In this sermon, we cover the significance of the allegorical interpretation of the 40th and 41st chapters on the Book of Job. God, in speaking of His sovereignty over Satan, shows that He is sovereign over all of creation. 4,095 more words


Recaps, Resolutions, and Goals!

Hi everyone! I should definitely have posted this back in January… Oops! Time got away from me. 

It’s time to look back on 2015… Which was a disappointing and fulfilling year all at once! 1,749 more words

Prince Halory

When you walk to the library.

I decided to walk to the library yesterday instead of driving.  It was cold outside or at least I thought it was .  I decided to wear a pair of old Adidas soccer gloves that I had purchased in a different part of my life.   572 more words


Leviathan (2014)

“Gli uomini sono dunque condannati a desiderare instancabilmente, a cercare di procurarsi i mezzi per soddisfare i propri desideri e ad entrare in conflitto gli uni con gli altri” diceva Thomas… 833 more words