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Philosophy
Course Code
PHIL 1091
Professor
Daniel Frost

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aHobbes thoughts on language the fallacy of misplaced concretenessOur words often bring life to nonspatial entities making them seem spatial and therefore seemingly realThe people have spokenNo they haventOne individual a representative of a larger group of people has spoken on the behalf of that larger groupbWhat needle Hobbes is trying to threadcThe significance of the imagery in the frontispiece to LeviathanSovereign holding staff sword and comprised of the peopleoSwordall covenants without the sword are but words and of no strength to secure a man at alloStaffthere is no coveneant with God but by mediation of somebody that representeth Gods personoPeopleSovereign speaks for the people and represents themoLatin behind his head means There is nothing that can be compared to him the LeviathandThe
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