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  2. ^ Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan – Oxford University Press.
  3. ^ Hilary Brown, Luise Gottsched the Translator, Camden House, 2012, p. 54.
  4. ^ "Hobbes's Moral and Political Philosophy". Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  (Accessed 11 March 2009)
  5. ^ Hobbes, Leviathan, XIII.9.
  6. ^ Hobbes, Leviathan, XIV.4.
  7. ^ Hobbes, Leviathan, XIII.13.
  8. ^ Aaron Levy (October 1954). "Economic Views of Thomas Hobbes". Journal of the History of Ideas 15 (4): 589–595. doi:10.2307/2707677. JSTOR 2707677. 
  9. ^ "Leviathan: Part II. Commonwealth; Chapters 17–31" (PDF). Early Modern Texts. 
  10. ^ Chapter XLVI: Lastly, for the errors brought in from false or uncertain history, what is all the legend of fictitious miracles in the lives of the saints; and all the histories of apparitions and ghosts alleged by the doctors of the Roman Church, to make good their doctrines of hell and purgatory, the power of exorcism, and other doctrines which have no warrant, neither in reason nor Scripture; as also all those traditions which they call the unwritten word of God; but old wives' fables?,
  11. ^ Chapter XLIV

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