Thomas Hobbes Quote

Fear of power invisible, feigned by the mind or imagined from tales publicly allowed, is religion; not allowed, superstition.


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

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Fear of power invisible, feigned by the mind or imagined from tales publicly allowed, is religion; not allowed, superstition.

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Fear of power invisible, feigned by the mind or imagined from tales publicly allowed, is religion; not allowed, superstition.

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Fear of power invisible, feigned by the mind or imagined from tales publicly allowed, is religion; not allowed, superstition.

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Fear of power invisible, feigned by the mind or imagined from tales publicly allowed, is religion; not allowed, superstition.