Leviathan, Volume 2

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Penguin Books, 1981 - Философия - 728 pages
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It was hard to read wish to read it again. - Goodreads
Most random and irritating writer on philosophy ever. - Goodreads
Hobbes' prose is nasty brutish and long. - Goodreads
Hobbes's writing is incredibly painful to read. - Goodreads
A real page turner!!! - Goodreads

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User Review  - Austin Hoffman - Goodreads

I struggled through the first three books of Leviathan. Hobbes's writing is incredibly painful to read. It's very plodding and slow. He seems to take Machiavelli one step further as he develops his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Paula Juergens - Goodreads

This is a long and difficult read, at first. One must adjust the mind to the language and grammatical structures of the day. This is a highly educational book if one cares to know where many of our societal constructs and philosophical ideas had come from. This is a book for the ages. Read full review

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