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Re: Writ for making CSAT qualifying in nature

Posted by Csat qualifying , (2020-07-06 13:31:44)

My dear brother s and sisters.. i m again requesting you to please contact me..so that we can file writ to maje CSAT qualifying in nature..in PCS 2020.. all non technical non banking clerical candidates must get together and file this writ..all the states and UPSC has made it qualifying only punjab is left..so hurry and let's get it done away with..6388153969

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Posted by Manusha , (2020-07-06 13:30:38)

Hanji dsp age da clarify kro plz. Any update

Re: News

Posted by Rahul, (2020-07-05 22:25:26)

Is there any news for age relaxation? Rumours are about upper age to be relaxed to 42 years for all category, also Dsp age will be increased?is it so? Please clarify

Re: Make CSAT qualifying in nature PPSC 2020

Posted by CSAT qualifying 2020, (2020-07-05 18:03:21)

brothers and sisters , I Again appeal to you to please come forward so that we can contribute and file the writ for making CSAT in PCS 2020 qualifying in nature as Only remaining state Haryana has also notified through CMO.. that HCS will be qualifying in nature.. All humanities and candidates from rural background, non technical banking clerical background please come forward.This may be our only chance and strong one too as references from all over india are available now to be produced before High court, I will bear the most expenses I just need 10-15 sincere candidates thats it.. advocate who has made it possible in HCS cast is ready to file for Punjab PCS Csat too.. so please come forward and contact at 6388153969.. Time is running out..ho soda ae kise bhen bursa de zindagi ban Jae.. 6388153969

Re: Haryana csat qualifying

Posted by aks, (2020-07-05 08:28:49)

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.seelatest.com/amp/exam-notification/haryana-hcs-exam-new-structure

Re: CSAT qualify

Posted by cast qualify, (2020-07-04 19:29:54)

Yes Haryana ch v Csat qualifying ho gea .. and same advocate jena ne notice krvaea c is ready to file the same writ for PCS Csat qualifying too .. ese krke mai ehne dina toh keh rea ke 10 k candidate mil jan te appa v notice kra laeiye .. es waar humanities te non technical background wale candidates nahi ta pre ch e reh jan ge .. we have still got time .. I m ready to take the initiative.. we must file writ .. same advocate jena ne Hpsc nu CSAT qualifying kron lae notice kraea c .. oh ready ne case len lae .. but we must unite and get this injustice jo k most states te upsc ch v remove ho chukea .. appa v kra skde aa .. i m again giving my phone number 6388153969 .. please come forward .. future da swaal a.. sarea lae .. so i m waiting and we can easily get it done .. kyunki hun references den lae bhut scope aa even UPSc da v reference de skde aa .. so please contact .. we ll collectively bear the expenses and 4-5 hzaar mushkil nal each ohna brothers and sisters.. appa suffer kr rae aa 2010 toh .. so please decide fast
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Re: CSAT qualify

Posted by cast qualify, (2020-07-04 19:29:52)

Yes Haryana ch v Csat qualifying ho gea .. and same advocate jena ne notice krvaea c is ready to file the same writ for PCS Csat qualifying too .. ese krke mai ehne dina toh keh rea ke 10 k candidate mil jan te appa v notice kra laeiye .. es waar humanities te non technical background wale candidates nahi ta pre ch e reh jan ge .. we have still got time .. I m ready to take the initiative.. we must file writ .. same advocate jena ne Hpsc nu CSAT qualifying kron lae notice kraea c .. oh ready ne case len lae .. but we must unite and get this injustice jo k most states te upsc ch v remove ho chukea .. appa v kra skde aa .. i m again giving my phone number 6388153969 .. please come forward .. future da swaal a.. sarea lae .. so i m waiting and we can easily get it done .. kyunki hun references den lae bhut scope aa even UPSc da v reference de skde aa .. so please contact .. we ll collectively bear the expenses and 4-5 hzaar mushkil nal each ohna brothers and sisters.. appa suffer kr rae aa 2010 toh .. so please decide fast
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Re: SANDHU JATT

Posted by SANDU JATT, (2020-07-04 18:06:08)

EH BUND KAUN MARAA RIAA

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Posted by zz, (2020-07-04 18:01:53)

The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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Posted by zz, (2020-07-04 18:01:34)

The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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Posted by zz, (2020-07-04 18:00:53)

The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

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The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180 The Leviathan is the greatest perhaps the sole masterpiece of political philosophy written in the English language … and the history of our civilization can provide only a few works of similar scope and achievement to set beside it ... . What makes Leviathan a masterpiece of philosophical literature is the profound logic of Hobbes’ imagination, his power as an artist. Hobbes recalls us to our mortality with a deliberate conviction, with a subtle and sustained argument (Oakeshott 1975: 3, 154). Despite the rigorousness of the theory ... despite the powerful animus against autonomous associations and the limitations put upon religion and all other autonomous systems of morality, it is the individual whom Hobbes has in his mind as the embodiment of virtue. Hobbes did not seek the extermination of individual rights but their fulfillment. This could be accomplished only by removing social barriers to individual autonomy. In his eyes the greatest claim of the absolute State lay in its power to create an environment for the individual’s pursuit of his natural ends (Nisbet 1990: 123). As a consequence of the extraordinary attention paid to the logic and scientific methodology of Thomas Hobbes’ writings by recent scholars, we have all but set aside the importance of the fact that Hobbes was, in the first instance a political theorist (Ashcraft 1978: 27). Eventful incidents in the life of eminent thinkers often help in dissecting their outlook and philosophical foundations. Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), who was the greatest political thinker produced by the Englishspeaking people, vindicated this proposition. In logical construction, clarity of thought and originality of ideas, there were few parallels to the magnificent edifice that he built. His major emphases on peace, order, security and commodious living became important in the political vocabulary of subsequent theorizing. The cover of his masterpiece summed up the gist of his theory by identifying all the important components of 180

Re: CSAT qualifying

Posted by Csat qualifying , (2020-07-04 13:18:00)

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Re: Csat qualifying

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My brother's and sisters.. from non technical background.. especially from humanities.. i request you to contact me at 6388153969 ..i m giving my direct no. So that we can talk and perhaps at earliest file the writ to make CSAT 2020 in PCS qualifying in nature.. it is the only chance for us..as all states and UPSC has made it qualifying in nature.. so please i appeal again.. i m ready to bear most expenses. And we can easily make it happen.. so please contact me at 6388153969 .. asap..

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Re: Writ for making CSAT qualifying in nature

Posted by Csat qualifying , (2020-07-02 23:50:56)

My brother's and sisters.. from non technical background.. especially from humanities.. i request you to contact me at 6388153969 ..i m giving my direct no. So that we can talk and perhaps at earliest file the writ to make CSAT 2020 in PCS qualifying in nature.. it is the only chance for us..as all states and UPSC has made it qualifying in nature.. so please i appeal again.. i m ready to bear most expenses. And we can easily make it happen.. so please contact me at 6388153969 .. asap..

Re: Writ for making CSAT qualifying in nature

Posted by CSAT qualify or quality, (2020-07-02 19:01:39)

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Re: Csat qualify

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Re: Is it CSAT quality or qualify

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Re: Csat quality

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Re: Writ for making CSAT qualifying in nature

Posted by For making CSAT qualifying, (2020-07-02 15:17:09)

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Mera application form print ho gya hai par ppsc ton mail koi nahi aayi,is it ok?

Re: Writ for making CSAT qualifying.. justice and fair play

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labh bai ji,
Punjabi medium layi, sirf gurukunj Mohali di online classes chal rahi hai.

main layi si, sandeepan sir di history class te Goyal sir di CSAT. class.
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Re: Ki hun

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-30 14:38:45)

Ki hun eh pre da paper kade vi ni lan ge.
Aj eh form fill Karan di date extend kar den ge.

Re: Reply to preet

Posted by Reply to preet, (2020-06-30 11:42:41)

Sir,

Kindly ask the commission by phone and tell the result here

Re: Reply to preet

Posted by Reply to preet, (2020-06-30 11:42:40)

Sir,

Kindly ask the commission by phone and tell the result here

Re: FEES NOT APPROVED BY PPSC

Posted by Preet, (2020-06-30 08:28:04)

I have also submitted fee on 26th but on ppsc website when i download the apllication form they shown that msg offline payment not approved by ppsc..kindly write solution if anybody has????

Re: PCS budget punjabi

Posted by ਪ੍ਰਤਾਪ ਗੌਤਮ, (2020-06-29 22:21:44)

99146-85650
Master Classes Patiala

Re: Online classes fever

Posted by Labh, (2020-06-29 22:15:03)

PCS prelims vaaste

Re: Online classes fever

Posted by Labh, (2020-06-29 22:12:52)

mitro,
koi punjabi medium vich sasta online course das deo.
Par genuine hove.

Re: Fee approved

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-28 14:23:15)

Got email from ppsc

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-28 11:05:37)

My fee got approved after 4 days. So may be wait ? Or call ppsc tomorrow ??

Re: FEES NOR APPROVED BY PPSC

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-28 08:56:38)

I have also submitted fee on 25th but still ppsc has not approved fees..kindly write solution if anybody has!!

Re: Preliminary

Posted by Harpreet sio ludhiana, (2020-06-27 21:57:55)

Oh bande dasso jo 2013,15,18 de preliminary ch reh gaey

Re: No such message

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-27 17:26:55)

Nope

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-27 17:18:02)

Did u get a message from ppsc that your payment has been successful

Re: Offline Payment Not Approved by PPSC

Posted by Aspirant, (2020-06-27 16:12:50)

I am unable to download the form and submitted it on Thursday. Any insight

Re: Offline Payment Not Approved by PPSC

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-27 16:06:26)

Hey aspirants, I submitted my fee of Rs 3000 on 25th June and I am getting the message "Offline Payment Not Approved by PPSC" while trying to download application form. I have mailed PPSC and tried calling them but no response. Any insight on this issue will be helpful.

Re: Writ for making CSAT qualifying in nature

Posted by For making CSAT qualifying, (2020-06-26 13:24:59)

Sincere appeal to guys especially from humanities background.. who have been affected by CSAT exams in recent years.. i appeal to you and come forward and let's file a writ against it.. if we try we can make it .. qualifying in nature as i. Other states and in UPSC..only 10_15 sincere guys or girls are enough.. just imagine .. it can make your career .. so decide fast .. we have greater chance this year ..as most of PSC's and UPSC have made it qualifying.. if we file a writ this time ..we will 100% win this time.. we have very young talented and experienced advocates..who themselves feel victimized by the CSAT exam pattern.. they will not charge much .. as they know about it.. so please come forward and let's get it done away with

Re: CSAT and DSP age affected candidates..

Posted by CSAT and DSP age writ , (2020-06-25 14:03:53)

It's a appeal to all serious candidates.. who wants to file a writ to making CSAT in PPSC 2020 .. qualifying in nature and other issues like DSP age matter.. kindly contact ..at 6388153969.. only serious candidates.. contact.. all are very educated and talented and know the garvity of these situations.. so no gossip. And useless talks please.. only to discuss the relevant matter of CSAT qualifying and other matter ..kindly contact ASAP ..so that we can file the writ ASAP.. and get relief.. 63388153969

Re: CSAT and DSP age affected candidates..

Posted by CSAT and DSP age writ , (2020-06-24 23:25:10)

Brother height in UPSC is according to the Pan India average ..and state PSC enact accordingly their average height .. so i think punjabs avg. Height is more than that of avg. Height of all of India taken together. ..so i guess this point is not valid .. but yes ..CSAT and age can be made in tandem to UPSC rules and regulations..

Re: Height

Posted by ਮੱਧਰੇ ਕੱਦ ਵਾਲ਼ਾ, (2020-06-24 22:59:36)

5'6" waleyan Lai kuch ho sakda?asi ta ghatt age de hoke v dsp apply ni kar sakde. IPS Lai jadki sirf 5'4" requirement aa

Re: CSAT and DSP age affected candidates..

Posted by CSAT and DSP age writ , (2020-06-24 21:55:39)

Please join the beforementioned WhatsApp group.. so that we can contribute and file the writ to make Punjab PPSC 2020.. CSAT QUALIFYING in nature along with increasing the age of DSP recruitment along the lines of UPSC .. please join the group ..this is an sincere appeal to a the affected candidates..

Re: Age limit for DSP whatsapp group

Posted by Dsp.reh.gya, (2020-06-23 02:16:55)

https://chat.whatsapp.com/I7RqKc9CkTVKWrMRlRbOJr

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-22 14:06:44)

Can u provide link to that whatsapp group ?

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-22 11:22:24)

I have deposited challan on thursday.Cant download application form even today.in how many days normally one can download application form?

Re: DSP age

Posted by Dsp.reh.gya, (2020-06-22 04:13:35)

There is a whatsapp group regarding DSP age limit.

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-22 02:49:23)

A writ has been filed i guess
Please let me know the details

Re: Regarding DSP AGE

Posted by DSP aspirant , (2020-06-21 23:56:40)

Kindly make a WhatsApp group for it or all can unite by sharing numbers...

Re: Jyotish

Posted by Kauda Sach, (2020-06-20 23:54:45)

Bro koi religion jyotish nu manda and koi religion isdi ijazat nai dinda.. Te koi banda ho skda religion nu e na manda howe te na jyotish nu.. Isliye sab dharma da satkar zruri hai.. Baki mai tuhadi gall nal sehmat han ke je jyotish di gall krni hai te eh platform theek nai as this is meant for serious discussions related to punjab civil services exam...Regards

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-20 22:14:39)

Anyone has any info about writ in court regarding dsp age ???

Re:

Posted by Haye vekhiin, (2020-06-20 19:14:04)

Haye vekhiin hun cronavarus kar ke prelim kade vi nhi hona?

Re: Ohi banda

Posted by ਪ੍ਰਤਾਪ ਗੌਤਮ, (2020-06-19 22:46:56)

Eh jyotish wala ohi Banda lagda jad 2018 vich pcs preliminary to bad is forum te aapa cutoff marks te mains de topic discuss Karne shuru keete c. Ikk bewqoof ikk message 100 100 war karke discussions kharab kar dinda c. Eh ohi spammer a

Re: Jyotish da chutiyapa

Posted by Radical Reformer, (2020-06-19 19:01:59)

Aa kehne fer jyotish te karm kanda te jhoothe bahmna da propaganda shuru krta .. koi akal de gal v kr lea kro .. jinha cheza toh guru sahib te shri guru granth sahib ji mnaa krde rahe 550 saal .. ohee fer pakhandi jhoothe brahmanvaadi soch ethe na felao .. eh ek sanjeeda guftgu da platform a aspirants da .. ehnu ohi rehn deo .. discuss PPSC and related matters only ..

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SUN in your 1st House
If benefic, the native will be fond of constructing religious buildings and digging of wells for public purposes. He/She will have permanent source of livelihood- more from the government. Money earned from honest sources will keep multiplying. He/She will believe only on own eyes, not in what is being heard.

If malefic, the native's father may die in early childhood. Making love in the day time will make the wife constantly ill and have infection of tuberculosis if Venus is placed in the 7th house. Malefic Sun in the 1st house and Mars in the 5th house will cause the death of sons, one after the other. Similarly, the malefic Sun in the 1st house and Saturn in the 8th house will cause the death of wives, one after the other. If there is no planet in the 7th house the marriage before 24th year will prove lucky for the native, otherwise the 24th year of the native would prove highly disastrous.

Remedial Measures:
(1) Marry before 24th year of life.
(2) Avoid being intimate during the daytime.
(3) Install a hand pump for water in your ancestral house.
(4) Construct small dark room in the left side at the end of your house.
(5) Either of the spouse must stop eating "gur" i.e. jaggery.
MOON in your 8th House
This house belongs to Mars and Saturn. The Moon here affects the education of the native adversely, but if education goes well the native's mother's life will be shortened and very often such a native loses both -education and the mother. However, the evil effects of the Moon in the 7th house will be mitigated if Jupiter and Saturn be placed in the 2nd house.

The 7th Moon often deprives the native of parental properties. If there is a well or pond adjacent to the parental property of the native, he/she will receive adverse results of the Moon all through life.

Remedies
(1) Avoid gambling and flirting.
(2) Perform Shraddha ceremony for to your ancestors.
(3) Do not build any house after covering a well with roof.
(4) Obtain blessings of the old men and children by touching their feet.
(5) Bring water from the well or water tap situated within the boundaries of a cremation ground and place it within your house. It will ward off all the evils generated by the Moon in the 7th house.
(6) Offer gram and pulse in places of worship.
MARS in your 3rd House
The 3rd house is affected by Mars and Mercury, who provide brothers and sisters to the native i.e., the native will not be the only issue of parents. Others will be highly benefited from the native, but he/she will not be able to receive benefit from others. Humbleness will bring rewards. In-laws will become richer and richer after the native's marriage. The native believes in the principle " eat, drink and be merry" and suffers from blood disorders.

Remedies
(1) Be soft hearted and avoid arrogance. Be good to brothers for prosperity.
(2) Keep articles of ivory with you.
(3) Put on silver ring in the left hand.
MERCURY in your 1st House
Mercury in 1st house makes the native kind, humorous and diplomatic with administrative skill. Such a native generally lives long and becomes selfish and mischievous by nature having special attraction for non-vegetarian dishes and drinks. He/She receives favour from the government and daughters have royal and luxurious lives. The relatives represented by the house in which sun is placed gain wealth and riches within a little time and self will be having many sources of income. If Sun is placed along with Mercury in the 1st house or if the Mercury is aspected by Sun the spouse of native will be from a rich and noble family and will be good natured. Such a native will be affected by the evil effects of Mars but Sun will never give bad effects.

Rahu and Ketu will have evil effects, which suggests that the in laws and the offspring of the native will be adverse. If Mercury is in the 1st house, the native will be adept in the art of influencing others and he/she will live like an emperor. Malefic Mercury in the 1st house along with Moon in the 7th house destroy the native because of intoxication.

Remedies
(1) Keep away from the things of green colour and sisters in law.
(2) Avoid consumption of meet, eggs and liquor.
(3) business that requires your sitting at one place would be more beneficial than the one that requires running around.
JUPITER in your 3rd House
The Jupiter in the 3rd house makes the native learned and rich, who receives continuous income from the government all through his life. Saturn in the 9th makes the native live long, whereas if Saturn is placed in the 2nd the native becomes extremely clever and crafty. However Saturn is the 4th indicates that the native will be robbed of money and wealth by his friends. If Jupiter is accompanied by inimical planets in the 3rd the native is destroyed and becomes a liability on his closer ones.

Remedies
(1) Worship of Goddess Durga and offering sweets and fruits to small girls and obtaining their blessing by touching their feet.
(2) Avoid sycophants.
VENUS in your 1st House
Venus in 1st house makes the native highly handsome, long lived, sweet tongued and popular among the opposite sex. Spouse of the native remains ill. Religion, caste or creed is never a bar for having sexual relations with anyone. Such a native is generally highly romantic by nature and longs for love and sex with other people of opposite sex. He/She gets married before starting to earn living. Such a native becomes a leader of persons of age group, but leadership of the family members causes several family troubles. Such a native earns greater profits through the trade of clothes. Such a native is generally deprived of interest in religious pursuits. When Venus comes in 7th house in Varsha phal, it causes chronic fever and blood cough.

Remedies
(1) Do not marry at the age of 25 years.
(2) Always act according to the advice of others.
(3) Serving a black cow.
(4) Avoid sex during day time.
(5) Take bath with curd.
(6) Intake of cow's urine is very useful.
SATURN in your 10th House
This is Saturn's own house, where it will give good results. The native will enjoy wealth and property as long as he/she does not get a house constructed. Native will be ambitious and enjoy favours from government. The native should behave with shrewdness and should do work while sitting at one place; only then he/she will enjoy the benefits of Saturn.

Remedies
(1) Going to temple.
(2) Abstinence from meat, wine and eggs.
(3) Offering food to ten blind people.
RAHU in your 12th House
12th house belongs to Jupiter. It signifies bedroom. Rahu here gives mental troubles, insomnia. It also leads to excessive expenditure on sisters and daughters. If Rahu is with its enemies then it becomes next to impossible to make ends meet, despite hard labour. It also leads to false allegations. One may even go to the extreme of contemplating suicide. One has mental worries.

Telling lies, deceiving others etc. may make Rahu even more malefic. If some body sneezes at the start of any new work if gives malefic effect. There may be theft, diseases or false allegations. If mars is with Rahu here, then it gives good results.

Remedies
(1) Take your meals in the kitchen itself.
(2) Keep Saunf and khand under the pillow for good night's sleep.
KETU in your 6th House
6th house belongs to Mercury. Ketu in 6th house is considered debilitated. This is 'Pucca' house of Ketu. Here again the effect of Ketu depends upon the nature of Jupiter. It gives good result regarding son. The native is a good adviser.

If Jupiter is benefic then the native has a long life and his mother is happy and the life is peaceful. If any two of the male planets viz Sun, Jupiter, Mars are in good position then Ketu is benefic.

If Ketu is malefic in 6th house then maternal uncle suffers . The native has to suffer due to useless travels. People turn into enemies without any reason. The native suffers from skin diseases. If Moon is in 2nd house then mother suffers and even the native's old age is troubled.

Remedies
(1) Wear golden ring in the finger of left hand.
(2) Drink milk with saffron and wear gold in the ear.
(3) Heat up a rod of gold and then dip it in milk. Then drink it. It would restore mental peace, increase longevity and is good for sons.
(4) Keep a dog.
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SUN in your 1st House
If benefic, the native will be fond of constructing religious buildings and digging of wells for public purposes. He/She will have permanent source of livelihood- more from the government. Money earned from honest sources will keep multiplying. He/She will believe only on own eyes, not in what is being heard.

If malefic, the native's father may die in early childhood. Making love in the day time will make the wife constantly ill and have infection of tuberculosis if Venus is placed in the 7th house. Malefic Sun in the 1st house and Mars in the 5th house will cause the death of sons, one after the other. Similarly, the malefic Sun in the 1st house and Saturn in the 8th house will cause the death of wives, one after the other. If there is no planet in the 7th house the marriage before 24th year will prove lucky for the native, otherwise the 24th year of the native would prove highly disastrous.

Remedial Measures:
(1) Marry before 24th year of life.
(2) Avoid being intimate during the daytime.
(3) Install a hand pump for water in your ancestral house.
(4) Construct small dark room in the left side at the end of your house.
(5) Either of the spouse must stop eating "gur" i.e. jaggery.
MOON in your 8th House
This house belongs to Mars and Saturn. The Moon here affects the education of the native adversely, but if education goes well the native's mother's life will be shortened and very often such a native loses both -education and the mother. However, the evil effects of the Moon in the 7th house will be mitigated if Jupiter and Saturn be placed in the 2nd house.

The 7th Moon often deprives the native of parental properties. If there is a well or pond adjacent to the parental property of the native, he/she will receive adverse results of the Moon all through life.

Remedies
(1) Avoid gambling and flirting.
(2) Perform Shraddha ceremony for to your ancestors.
(3) Do not build any house after covering a well with roof.
(4) Obtain blessings of the old men and children by touching their feet.
(5) Bring water from the well or water tap situated within the boundaries of a cremation ground and place it within your house. It will ward off all the evils generated by the Moon in the 7th house.
(6) Offer gram and pulse in places of worship.
MARS in your 3rd House
The 3rd house is affected by Mars and Mercury, who provide brothers and sisters to the native i.e., the native will not be the only issue of parents. Others will be highly benefited from the native, but he/she will not be able to receive benefit from others. Humbleness will bring rewards. In-laws will become richer and richer after the native's marriage. The native believes in the principle " eat, drink and be merry" and suffers from blood disorders.

Remedies
(1) Be soft hearted and avoid arrogance. Be good to brothers for prosperity.
(2) Keep articles of ivory with you.
(3) Put on silver ring in the left hand.
MERCURY in your 1st House
Mercury in 1st house makes the native kind, humorous and diplomatic with administrative skill. Such a native generally lives long and becomes selfish and mischievous by nature having special attraction for non-vegetarian dishes and drinks. He/She receives favour from the government and daughters have royal and luxurious lives. The relatives represented by the house in which sun is placed gain wealth and riches within a little time and self will be having many sources of income. If Sun is placed along with Mercury in the 1st house or if the Mercury is aspected by Sun the spouse of native will be from a rich and noble family and will be good natured. Such a native will be affected by the evil effects of Mars but Sun will never give bad effects.

Rahu and Ketu will have evil effects, which suggests that the in laws and the offspring of the native will be adverse. If Mercury is in the 1st house, the native will be adept in the art of influencing others and he/she will live like an emperor. Malefic Mercury in the 1st house along with Moon in the 7th house destroy the native because of intoxication.

Remedies
(1) Keep away from the things of green colour and sisters in law.
(2) Avoid consumption of meet, eggs and liquor.
(3) business that requires your sitting at one place would be more beneficial than the one that requires running around.
JUPITER in your 3rd House
The Jupiter in the 3rd house makes the native learned and rich, who receives continuous income from the government all through his life. Saturn in the 9th makes the native live long, whereas if Saturn is placed in the 2nd the native becomes extremely clever and crafty. However Saturn is the 4th indicates that the native will be robbed of money and wealth by his friends. If Jupiter is accompanied by inimical planets in the 3rd the native is destroyed and becomes a liability on his closer ones.

Remedies
(1) Worship of Goddess Durga and offering sweets and fruits to small girls and obtaining their blessing by touching their feet.
(2) Avoid sycophants.
VENUS in your 1st House
Venus in 1st house makes the native highly handsome, long lived, sweet tongued and popular among the opposite sex. Spouse of the native remains ill. Religion, caste or creed is never a bar for having sexual relations with anyone. Such a native is generally highly romantic by nature and longs for love and sex with other people of opposite sex. He/She gets married before starting to earn living. Such a native becomes a leader of persons of age group, but leadership of the family members causes several family troubles. Such a native earns greater profits through the trade of clothes. Such a native is generally deprived of interest in religious pursuits. When Venus comes in 7th house in Varsha phal, it causes chronic fever and blood cough.

Remedies
(1) Do not marry at the age of 25 years.
(2) Always act according to the advice of others.
(3) Serving a black cow.
(4) Avoid sex during day time.
(5) Take bath with curd.
(6) Intake of cow's urine is very useful.
SATURN in your 10th House
This is Saturn's own house, where it will give good results. The native will enjoy wealth and property as long as he/she does not get a house constructed. Native will be ambitious and enjoy favours from government. The native should behave with shrewdness and should do work while sitting at one place; only then he/she will enjoy the benefits of Saturn.

Remedies
(1) Going to temple.
(2) Abstinence from meat, wine and eggs.
(3) Offering food to ten blind people.
RAHU in your 12th House
12th house belongs to Jupiter. It signifies bedroom. Rahu here gives mental troubles, insomnia. It also leads to excessive expenditure on sisters and daughters. If Rahu is with its enemies then it becomes next to impossible to make ends meet, despite hard labour. It also leads to false allegations. One may even go to the extreme of contemplating suicide. One has mental worries.

Telling lies, deceiving others etc. may make Rahu even more malefic. If some body sneezes at the start of any new work if gives malefic effect. There may be theft, diseases or false allegations. If mars is with Rahu here, then it gives good results.

Remedies
(1) Take your meals in the kitchen itself.
(2) Keep Saunf and khand under the pillow for good night's sleep.
KETU in your 6th House
6th house belongs to Mercury. Ketu in 6th house is considered debilitated. This is 'Pucca' house of Ketu. Here again the effect of Ketu depends upon the nature of Jupiter. It gives good result regarding son. The native is a good adviser.

If Jupiter is benefic then the native has a long life and his mother is happy and the life is peaceful. If any two of the male planets viz Sun, Jupiter, Mars are in good position then Ketu is benefic.

If Ketu is malefic in 6th house then maternal uncle suffers . The native has to suffer due to useless travels. People turn into enemies without any reason. The native suffers from skin diseases. If Moon is in 2nd house then mother suffers and even the native's old age is troubled.

Remedies
(1) Wear golden ring in the finger of left hand.
(2) Drink milk with saffron and wear gold in the ear.
(3) Heat up a rod of gold and then dip it in milk. Then drink it. It would restore mental peace, increase longevity and is good for sons.
(4) Keep a dog.
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Re: cuttoff

Posted by daddy ji , (2020-06-19 15:54:39)

cuttoff of ppsc this time be 295

Re: cuttoff

Posted by daddy ji , (2020-06-19 15:54:18)

cuttoff of ppsc this time be 295

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-16 13:53:17)

I am a General category student and I am above the age of 28 years and I have made a representation and sent to the Punjab public service commission and the CM office for increasing the age of DSP at par with other reserved categories.

I request all the general category students to do so I have even sent a message to Sukhpal khaira because he is known to take up such issues

His whatsapp no is mentioned in his Facebook account

Re: Fer kende Buta gaalan kad da...

Posted by ਸਾਡੇ ਸਮਾਜ ਵਿਚ ਜਾਤ-ਪਾਤ ਦਾ ਸਮਾਜਿਕ ਅਸਰ ਅਜੇ ਤਕ ਮੌਜੂਦ ਹ, (2020-06-16 00:45:57)

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ਪੰਜਾਬ ਦੇ ਦਿਹਾਤੀ ਖੇਤਰ ਵਿੱਚ ਇਸ ਮੌਕੇ ਝੋਨੇ ਦੀ ਲਵਾਈ ਦਾ ਭਾਅ ਅਤੇ ਸ਼ਾਮਲਾਟ ਜ਼ਮੀਨਾਂ ਦਾ ਇਕ ਤਿਹਾਈ ਹਿੱਸਾ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਦੇਣ ਜਾਂ ਡੰਮੀ ਬੋਲੀ ਰਾਹੀਂ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਨਾ ਦੇਣ, ਪੁਰਾਣੀ ਰਵਾਇਤ ਨੂੰ ਕਾਇਮ ਰੱਖਣ ਦੇ ਮੁੱਦੇ ਚਰਚਾ ਵਿਚ ਹਨ। ਸੰਗਰੂਰ ਜ਼ਿਲ੍ਹੇ ਦੇ ਘਰਾਚੋਂ ਪਿੰਡ ਦੇ ਦਲਿਤ ਪਰਿਵਾਰਾਂ ਨੇ ਆਪਣੇ ਹਿੱਸੇ ਦੀ 48 ਏਕੜ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਖ਼ੁਦ ਖੇਤੀ ਨਾ ਕਰਨ ਵਾਲੇ ਵਿਅਕਤੀਆਂ ਦੇ ਨਾਮ ਕਰ ਦੇਣ ਦਾ ਦੋਸ਼ ਲਗਾਇਆ ਗਿਆ ਹੈ। ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਪ੍ਰਾਪਤੀ ਸੰਘਰਸ਼ ਕਮੇਟੀ ਦੇ ਆਗੂਆਂ ਨੇ ਅਧਿਕਾਰੀਆਂ ਉੱਤੇ ਸਥਾਨਕ ਮੰਤਰੀ ਦੇ ਦਬਾਅ ਦੇ ਮੁੱਦੇ ਨੂੰ ਉਭਾਰਿਆ ਅਤੇ ਅੰਦੋਲਨ ਸ਼ੁਰੂ ਕੀਤਾ ਹੈ। ਬੋਲੀ ਦੇ ਬਾਵਜੂਦ ਦਲਿਤ ਪਰਿਵਾਰਾਂ ਨੇ ਇਸ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਉੱਤੇ ਡੇਰੇ ਲਗਾਏ ਹੋਏ ਹਨ ਅਤੇ ਡੰਮੀ ਬੋਲੀ ਤੋੜ ਕੇ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਮੁੜ ਤੋਂ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਦੇਣ ਦੀ ਮੰਗ ਕੀਤੀ ਜਾ ਰਹੀ ਹੈ। ਅਜਿਹੀ ਇਕ ਹੋਰ ਘਟਨਾ ਪਟਿਆਲਾ ਜ਼ਿਲ੍ਹੇ ਦੇ ਪਿੰਡ ਕੈਦੂਪੁਰ ਵਿਚ ਹੋਈ ਹੈ। ਇੱਥੇ ਵੀ ਤਿੰਨ ਬੋਲੀਆਂ ਰੱਦ ਕਰਕੇ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਘੱਟ ਰੇਟ ਉੱਤੇ ਲੈਣ ਤੇ ਚਾਹਵਾਨ ਦਲਿਤ ਪਰਿਵਾਰਾਂ ਨਾਲ ਪਹਿਲੀ ਬੋਲੀ ਸਮੇਂ ਵੀ ਹੱਥੋਪਾਈ ਹੋਈ ਅਤੇ ਖ਼ਬਰਾਂ ਅਨੁਸਾਰ ਇਸ ਵਾਰ ਵੀ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦਾ ਵੱਡਾ ਹਿੱਸਾ ਡੰਮੀ ਬੋਲੀਕਾਰਾਂ ਕੋਲ ਚਲਾ ਗਿਆ ਹੈ।

ਇਹ ਮੁੱਦਾ ਸੰਗਰੂਰ ਅਤੇ ਨੇੜਲੇ ਜ਼ਿਲ੍ਹਿਆਂ ਵਿਚ ਸ਼ਾਮਲਾਟ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦਾ ਤੀਜਾ ਹਿੱਸਾ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਦਿਵਾ ਕੇ ਸਮੂਹਿਕ ਖੇਤੀ ਕਰਨ ਦੇ ਮੁੱਦੇ ਉੱਤੇ ਇਕ ਦਹਾਕੇ ਤੋਂ ਵੱਧ ਸਮੇਂ ਤੋਂ ਕੰਮ ਕਰ ਰਹੀ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਪ੍ਰਾਪਤੀ ਸੰਘਰਸ਼ ਕਮੇਟੀ ਅਤੇ ਕੁਝ ਹੋਰ ਜਥੇਬੰਦੀਆਂ ਦੀ ਅਗਵਾਈ ਕਾਰਨ ਸਾਹਮਣੇ ਆਇਆ ਹੈ। ਕਈ ਥਾਵਾਂ ਉੱਤੇ ਟਕਰਾਅ ਹੋਏ ਅਤੇ ਮੁਕੱਦਮੇ ਦਰਜ ਹੁੰਦੇ ਰਹੇ। ਕੁਝ ਪਿੰਡਾਂ ਵਿਚ ਭਾਵੇਂ ਇਕ ਤਿਹਾਈ ਹਿੱਸਾ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਘੱਟ ਰੇਟ ਉੱਤੇ ਮਿਲਣ ਲੱਗੀ ਹੈ ਪਰ ਮਸਲਾ ਪੂਰੀ ਤਰ੍ਹਾਂ ਹੱਲ ਨਹੀਂ ਹੋਇਆ। ਕਈ ਪਿੰਡਾਂ ਵਿਚ ਜਾਤੀਵਾਦੀ ਟਕਰਾਅ ਵੀ ਹੋਏ ਪਰ ਦਲਿਤ ਆਗੂਆਂ ਦੇ ਛੋਟੇ ਅਤੇ ਸੀਮਾਂਤ ਕਿਸਾਨਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਵੀ ਸ਼ਾਮਲਾਟ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਘੱਟ ਰੇਟ ਉੱਤੇ ਦੇਣ ਦਾ ਪੈਂਤੜਾ ਲੈਣ ਕਾਰਨ ਟਕਰਾਅ ਦੀਆਂ ਸੰਭਾਵਨਾਵਾਂ ਘਟੀਆਂ ਹਨ।

ਦਿ ਪੰਜਾਬ ਵਿਲੇਜ਼ ਕਾਮਨ ਲੈਂਡ ਰੂਲਜ਼ 1964 ਅਨੁਸਾਰ ਹਰ ਪਿੰਡ ਦੀ ਸ਼ਾਮਲਾਟ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦੇ ਇਕ ਤਿਹਾਈ ਹਿੱਸੇ ’ਤੇ ਬੋਲੀ ਦੇਣ ਦਾ ਹੱਕ ਕੇਵਲ ਉੱਥੋਂ ਦੇ ਦਲਿਤ ਪਰਿਵਾਰਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਹੈ। ਬਹੁਤ ਵਾਰ ਸ਼ਾਮਲਾਟ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦੀ ਬੋਲੀ ਭਾਵੇਂ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਤੋਂ ਹੀ ਕਰਵਾਈ ਜਾਂਦੀ ਸੀ ਪਰ ਕਾਸ਼ਤ ਜੱਟ ਕਿਸਾਨ ਹੀ ਕਰਦੇ ਰਹੇ ਹਨ। ਸਮਾਜਿਕ, ਆਰਥਿਕ ਅਤੇ ਸਿਆਸੀ ਜਾਗਰੂਕਤਾ ਵਧਣ ਤੋਂ ਪਿੱਛੋਂ ਕੁਝ ਪਿੰਡਾਂ ਵਿਚ ਇਹ ਮੁੱਦਾ ਉੱਠਣਾ ਸ਼ੁਰੂ ਹੋਇਆ ਕਿ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਦੀ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਦਲਿਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਹੀ ਮਿਲੇ। ਸਾਡੇ ਸਮਾਜ ਵਿਚ ਜਾਤ-ਪਾਤ ਦਾ ਸਮਾਜਿਕ ਅਸਰ ਅਜੇ ਤਕ ਮੌਜੂਦ ਹੈ। ਵਿਰੋਧਾਭਾਸ ਇਹ ਹੈ ਕਿ ਇਨਸਾਨੀ ਬਰਾਬਰੀ ਦੇ ਫ਼ਲਸਫ਼ੇ ਸਾਹਮਣੇ ਸਿਰ ਨਵਿਆਉਣ ਦੇ ਬਾਵਜੂਦ ਸਿਆਸਤਦਾਨਾਂ, ਅਧਿਕਾਰੀਆਂ ਅਤੇ ਸਮਾਜ ਦੇ ਕਥਿਤ ਉੱਚ ਜਾਤ ਦੇ ਆਗੂਆਂ ਲਈ ਬੇਇਨਸਾਫ਼ੀ ਕਰਦਿਆਂ ਵੀ ਕੋਈ ਮਨੋਵਿਗਿਆਨਕ ਜਾਂ ਇਖ਼ਲਾਕੀ ਸੰਕਟ ਪੈਦਾ ਨਹੀਂ ਹੁੰਦਾ। ਕਾਨੂੰਨ ਲਾਗੂ ਕਰਵਾਉਣ ਵਾਲੀਆਂ ਏਜੰਸੀਆਂ ਪਹਿਲਾਂ ਹੀ ਅਜਿਹੇ ਆਗੂਆਂ ਸਾਹਮਣੇ ਨਤਮਸਤਕ ਹੁੰਦੀਆਂ ਹਨ। ਇਨਸਾਨੀ ਬਰਾਬਰੀ ਅਤੇ ਇਨਸਾਫ਼ ਦੇ ਅਸੂਲਾਂ ਉੱਤੇ ਆਧਾਰਿਤ ਲਗਾਤਾਰ ਅੰਦੋਲਨ ਹੀ ਅਜਿਹੀਆਂ ਔਕੜਾਂ ਦਾ ਸਾਹਮਣਾ ਕਰਨ ਦੀ ਸਮਰੱਥਾ ਰੱਖਦੇ ਹਨ।

Re: General Seats in Total

Posted by SS, (2020-06-16 00:27:09)

General Seats in Total= General Seats + Economically Weaker Section
ie 22+5 = 27

So, Keep in mind while filling your form where to stand.
ESM/LDESM has many seats this time.
I don't know why to put more weight in already filled fruit basket.
Your View?

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-15 00:53:39)

Coz I heard in Haryana,HPS officers retire as SSP's..they are seldom promoted as DIG

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-15 00:51:24)

Does a DSP selected via state pcs get to become DIG in his career? If yes, for how many years?

Re: Mainu pucchea je ..

Posted by The Godfather, (2020-06-14 21:12:58)

I m working in intelligence department .. Police .. Interview tak tah ne phunchea..mains deta 3 vaar . 2 var states ik var upsc .. and CPAF ..cleared and selected.. but chose to stay in Intelligence..

Re: Mains aala veer

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-14 19:00:03)

Bai interview cho reh gya c ya kite posted ae is time?

Re: good one

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-13 12:05:49)

o o

Re: good one

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-13 12:05:24)

o o

Re: The Godfather

Posted by The Godfather, (2020-06-11 23:06:52)

Thanks for rectifying my mistakes .. i wrote that in haste .. i was just bringing the impertinent issue of reservation on the backburner.. to err is human ..Borne or born to the burnt.. anyways accepting my mistakes on being incomprehensible in the paragraph or punctuation.. I will take care of all these imperatives to the core this time .. May the best prevail this time ..good luck all .. And sorry if i hurt anyone with my points.. it was just casual saying.. that if anyone has problem with any of the PPSC scheme and policies.. they are free to go for writ petition in the High court.. don't waste time here.. hire a lawyer and get it done.. no point bickering here on issues .

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-11 17:56:56)

Hahah you missed the main point again while scrutinising the spelling mistakes and wrong phrases! I would repeat again- from my personal experience of clearing two mains of two different states- that appropriate content written with proper usage of bullet points, paragraphing, and punctuation is much more helpful than fancy English and mediocre content.

Aahio gallan vision ias nu lakhaan dey ke sikhna manjoor ae loka nu tey unsolicited advice barhi chubdi ae..

Re: Anonymous Guest giving unsolicited advices

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-11 13:03:46)

I think you should first work on your own writing skills.
'born the burnt'..really?

I can reasonably assume the word 'burnt'(instead of 'brunt') to be a typo but 'born'(instead of 'borne') is a classic elementary school mistake.

Kindly act on your own advice and don't use such phrases if you don't know their correct usage.

Re: ਸੇਖੋਂ ਪਤਾਲ ਲੋਕ

Posted by ਸੇਖੋਂ ਡੈਡੀ, (2020-06-10 22:47:31)

ਸੇਖੋਂ ਨੇ ਬੁੜੀ ਨਾਲ ਧੱਕਾ ਕੀਤਾ ਇਹ ਗਲਤ ਆ

ਤੇ ਇਸ oynaukri ਤੇ ਤੁਸੀ ਸਾਰੇ ਬਕਵਾਸ ਬੰਦ ਕਰੋ ਤੇ ਯਾਦ ਰੱਖੋ ਮੈਨੂੰ ਸੇਖੋਂ ਆਂਦੇ ਆ

Re: ਸੇਖੋਂ ਪਤਾਲ ਲੋਕ

Posted by ਸੇਖੋਂ ਡੈਡੀ, (2020-06-10 22:46:37)

ਸੇਖੋਂ ਨੇ ਬੁੜੀ ਨਾਲ ਧੱਕਾ ਕੀਤਾ ਇਹ ਗਲਤ ਆ

ਤੇ ਇਸ oynaukri ਤੇ ਤੁਸੀ ਸਾਰੇ ਬਕਵਾਸ ਬੰਦ ਕਰੋ ਤੇ ਯਾਦ ਰੱਖੋ ਮੈਨੂੰ ਸੇਖੋਂ ਆਂਦੇ ਆ

Re: Tope Singh

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-09 18:01:42)

watched Patal Lok web series on Amazon Prime Video.
The series is successful in depicting the bitter caste realities of Punjab.

Re: The Godfather

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-07 11:31:13)

You haven’t cleared mains because you need more practice and clarity in your write ups.
The use of heavy English words is neither desirable nor necessary. It is more beneficial to put across your points in simple language, with proper use of punctuation and paragraphs.
I was totally confused in the beginning of your post about your stand in this matter.
Try developing this post in the following syntax -
I support reservations for a few reasons.
First would be the historical injustice.... explanation of the point.
Second would be inequitable distribution of wealth and resources..
Also , as a compassionate human being, let’s consider how they have born the burnt of discrimination since ..... years and we can’t even bear it for 72 years.

P.S also study ancient history once again if you think caste system is 4-5000 years old.

Re: Csat

Posted by Sss, (2020-06-07 09:59:17)

Csat qualifying kyu ni kardi punjab sarkar. Sade varge pendu arts ale nal dhoka haiga.
Upsc himachal rajasthan sari states ne qualifying karta.

Re: Reservation

Posted by Ex - aspirant, (2020-06-07 08:17:06)

Gyan ek tarf par court ki judgement hain to keep reservations less than 50%.
Abhi to punjab mein st nai hai.
Constitution gave only 10 years provision.
Ab to ek tran se apna right hi maan lia hai sabne.
Inexperience people are being promoted just due to the fact that they belong to reserved community.
Tina dabi nu kami c. Jehra ohne reservation ch pre paas kita.
Total reservation system is flawed.
In 72 yrs considerable change shd have come, jo nai aya haje tak. That means our system has some negativity.

Re: Irrelevant reservation subject

Posted by The Godfather, (2020-06-06 19:51:00)

All my brother's and sisters and colleagues .. I m SUB Inspector in Police .. i was waiting for this opportunity since long .. because Earlier i apperared twice in mains and couldn't get through due to my bad luck or my I'll preparation.. coming to the question of reservation ..it's the scourge that has blotted our progress as a society with equitable resource allocation.. since there was no other way to get these socially economically deprived sections of the societies from last 5000-6000 years out to the modern progressive welfare state system , than this positive reservation system .. since all these people be it SC ST or BC's or OBc 's that constitute about 80 percent of the population irrespective of the religious affiliations have been facing all these social economic or political deprivation from thousands of years .. please try and understand if we have to keep our nation strong we have to endure and try to keep these deprived sections even if we have to give them social accommodations.. in the form of reservations.. imagine these people have faced economic and social exclusions for 5000 thousand years and we just can't bear it for 72 years .. just as human think of it .. pragmatically..and with empirical thinking ..

Re: Reply to Kauda Sach vala

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-06 10:24:01)

Bai tu pehlan system smjh lai reservation da.. General seats sc v lai skda merit de basis te and SC reserved seats alag.. So general nalo seats ghat hon da tan sval hi ni

Eh gal manni teri k pindan ch hje v dhakka hunda but ohda solution present reservation policy ni haigi..je eh solution hunda tan 70 saal baad situation improve hogi hundi..ena time ni lgda phoenix rise hon ch

Present reservation system da faida actually sirf Upper middle class SC chak rhe ne who are mostly urban. They are not allowing their lesser privileged brethren to reap the benefits of reservation

Re: Regarding seats

Posted by Kauda sach, (2020-06-06 09:30:33)

I think its very important for our sc community to stand for their rights.. Kade pind vich reh k dekho ta pata lagge vehde ala kahana apne aap nu kina okha.. The entire system is against us but mind u we will rise from the ashes like a phoenix.. Seats sadia general to ghat e ne but we are not complaining.. Its better to study then to crib..

Re: 28% seats for general

Posted by Max, (2020-06-06 00:25:05)

Yes.. When centre is ready to recruit IPS at 32,then why the bias in state.Writ is much needed. And moreover, only peanuts being offered to Gen category despite paying the highest fee for form. This is the compensation being offered.

Re: 28 % seats for general

Posted by Ex - aspirant, (2020-06-05 22:37:47)

Writ should be filed.
Itna bhi koi backlog nai hoga.
Dsp age only 27
Where upsc recruits till 32 for ips
Csat should me made qualifying
A common writ should be filed

Re: ESM reservation

Posted by charlotte katakuri, (2020-06-05 22:17:45)

There are 22 seats for Ex-serviceman(ESM/LDESM) in all categories(12+others).there are not ESM leaders but still they get this much seats. I think it's highest in india

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2020-06-05 18:47:56)

Sc leader taur nal kehnde asi dalita de leader aa te votes v laende ne..kite galt kam karde fade jaan te kehnde saadi caste khilaf sazish kiti
Ethe saade koi leader kehnda ke main jatta da leader a ?
Na koi leader general category da mudda chukda kyoki asi eh condition nahi rakhde
Asi fudu a
Ehna leadera nu vota vele bhjaya jawe aape pta laggu

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