Thomas Hobbes Quote

A private man has always the liberty (because thought is free) to believe or not believe in his heart those acts that have been given out for miracles, according as he shall see what benefits can accrue by men's belief, to those that pretend, or countenance them, and thereby conjecture whether they be miracles or lies.


The Moral and Political Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury (ed. 1750)

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A private man has always the liberty (because thought is free) to believe or not believe in his heart those acts that have been given out for...

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A private man has always the liberty (because thought is free) to believe or not believe in his heart those acts that have been given out for...

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A private man has always the liberty (because thought is free) to believe or not believe in his heart those acts that have been given out for...

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A private man has always the liberty (because thought is free) to believe or not believe in his heart those acts that have been given out for...