Thomas Hobbes Quote

The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the appetite of the contractors, and therefore the just value is that which they be contented to give.


Leviathan, Or the Matter, Forme, & Power of a Common-wealth Ecclesiastical and Civill. By Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury (ed. 1651)

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The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the appetite of the contractors, and therefore the just value is that which they be contented...

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The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the appetite of the contractors, and therefore the just value is that which they be contented...

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The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the appetite of the contractors, and therefore the just value is that which they be contented...

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The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the appetite of the contractors, and therefore the just value is that which they be contented...