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Leviathan By Thomas Hobbes
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Leviathan — is a book written by Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679) and published in 1651. Its name derives from the biblical Leviathan. The work concerns the structure of society and legitimate... More > government, and is regarded as one of the earliest and most influential examples of social contract theory.[1] The publisher was Andrew Crooke, partner in Andrew Crooke and William Cooke. Leviathan ranks high as a classical western work on statecraft comparable to Machiavelli's The Prince and is one of a number of related works incident upon the crisis of the English state framework of the time.< Less
Leviathan By Thomas Hobbes
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Leviathan or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil, commonly called Leviathan, is a book written by Thomas Hobbes which was published in 1651. It is titled after... More > the biblical Leviathan. The book concerns the structure of society and legitimate government, and is regarded as one of the earliest and most influential examples of social contract theory.< Less
Leviathan By Lydia McNabb
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What do sickle-cell anemia, the culinary arts, a sea monster and an ichthyologist with low self-esteem have in common? Discover all this and more in the pages of Leviathan! And don't be fooled either... More > - though written in only 30 days, it is sure to be treasured for a lifetime.< Less
Leviathan By Lydia McNabb
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What do sickle-cell anemia, the culinary arts, a sea monster and an ichthyologist with low self-esteem have in common? Discover all this and more in the pages of Leviathan! And don't be fooled either... More > - though written in only 30 days, it is sure to be treasured for a lifetime.< Less
Leviathan By William Ovide Richardson
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Nathan Pritchard, a frigate captain, has taken over the rule of a small island in the southern ocean. In doing so, he has roused the sleeping Leviathan, which has since revealed itself in those... More > waters. The Order of Faolan, the ancient and secretive feudal order of Albion charged with the defense of the nation against its most dangerous threats, sends Callum Fletcher to investigate as its newest initiate. Callum teams up with Morrissey, an untried and outspoken young commander, to take the sloop-of-war Kingfisher to the island to investigate. They discover that Pritchard’s rule is brutal and absolute, involving torture, burnings, and mass-murder, and that he has seized ships, making him guilty of piracy as well as treason. A series of strange and violent events ensue, including the discovery of an archaeological marvel much older than any civilization currently in existence which, in his zealotry, Pritchard vows to destroy.< Less
Leviathan By William Richardson
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Nathan Pritchard, a frigate captain, has taken over the rule of a small island in the southern ocean. In doing so, he has roused the sleeping Leviathan, which has since revealed itself in those... More > waters. The Order of Faolan, the ancient and secretive feudal order of Albion charged with the defense of the nation against its most dangerous threats, sends Callum Fletcher to investigate as its newest initiate. Callum teams up with Morrissey, an untried and outspoken young commander, to take the sloop-of-war Kingfisher to the island to investigate. They discover that Pritchard’s rule is brutal and absolute, involving torture, burnings, and mass-murder, and that he has seized ships, making him guilty of piracy as well as treason. A series of strange and violent events ensue, including the discovery of an archaeological marvel much older than any civilization currently in existence which, in his zealotry, Pritchard vows to destroy.< Less
Leviathan By Thomas Hobbes
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Hobbes attempts an analysis of society from first principles, beginning with Man and the Senses. He develops this in a sequence of definitions (for example: Imagination is "nothing but decaying... More > sense" and is the same as Memory). He points out the Necessity of Definitions, which is a hint that he is attempting an axiomatisation of political philosophy in line with the programme of geometry. He defines various passions in an unsentimental way: e.g. "But whatsoever is the object of any man's appetite or desire, that is it which he for his part calleth good; and the object of his hate and aversion, evil; and of his contempt, vile and inconsiderable. For these words of good, evil, and contemptible are ever used with relation to the person that useth them: there being nothing simply and absolutely so; nor any common rule of good and evil to be taken from the nature of the objects themselves…".< Less
Leviathan By Diane T Sands, Zachary Jean Chartkoff
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Exquisite scientific illustrations interspersed with stunning poetry, this is ocean mythology worth perusing.
LeviathFC: The First 5 Years By Leviathan FC
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A book containing LeviathanFC's 2006-2011 poetry.
Coven de Demnatus By Ave Demnatus, Leviathan Demnatus
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In secrecy we hold what’s most dear to us, as we learn and grow together and say our hails to Lucifer in our black mass as it represents being solitary yet united, the darker side of mans true... More > nature and the true nurturing of nature in all of its phases, the reality is without dark, there can be no light. We bring balance to existence in our defiance of the new religions, bring back into the light, the oldest traditions that were lost to the darkness of the oppression forced upon the open minded in a feeble attempt to control all of humanities most precious gift, free thought, may we never become sheep but serve our greater selves as we embrace who and what we really are by finding our primal selves and evolving from that, what it is we are really meant to be...Free< Less