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" To have received from one to whom we think ourselves equal greater benefits than there is hope to requite disposeth to counterfeit love, but really secret hatred; and puts a man into the estate of a desperate debtor that, in declining the sight of his... "
Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and ... - Page 79
by Henry Hallam - 1839
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Maxims and Moral Reflections

François duc de La Rochefoucauld - Electronic books - 1791 - 169 pages
...who, ' in declining the fight of his creditor, tacitly wilhetli 4 him there where he might never fee him more. * For benefits oblige, and obligation is...unrequitable obligation: perpetual thraldom; which *. is hateful' Leviathan, p. 48. / Civility is a deflre to receive civility, :And to be accounted well-bred....
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The Works of Cornelius Tacitus: With an Essay on His Life and ..., Volume 6

Cornelius Tacitus, Arthur Murphy - Rome - 1811
...i. cap. 1. Hobbes, the philosopher of Malmsbury, seems to have had his eye on Tacitus, when he says, "Benefits oblige, and obligation is thraldom; and...unrequitable obligation perpetual thraldom, which is hateful." Leviath. p. 48. (c) See Suetonius in Domit. s. 1. Section IV. (a) Mucianus assumed a character...
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The Works of Cornelius Tacitus: With an Essay on His Life and ..., Volume 5

Cornelius Tacitus - Rome - 1813
...cap. 1 . Hobbes, the philosopher of Malmsbury, seems to have had his eye on Tacitus, when he says, " Benefits oblige, and obligation is thraldom; and unrequitable obligation perpetual thraldom, which is hateful." Leviath. p. 48. (c) See Suetonius, in Domit. s. 1 . SECTION IV. (a) Mucianus assumed a character...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volume 65

English literature - 1842
...greater benefits than there is hope to requite, disposeth to counterfeit love, but really secret hatred, and puts a man into the estate of a desperate debtor,...perpetual thraldom, which is, to one's equal, hateful. But to have received benefits from one whom we acknowledge far superior, inclines to love, because...
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Tacitus. Tr. by A. Murphy, Volume 4

Publius Cornelius Tacitus - 1831
...purpos'e. Hobbes, the philosopher of Malmsbury, seems to Ir.ive had his eye on Tacitus when he says : - Benefits oblige, and obligation is thraldom : and...unrequitable obligation perpetual thraldom, which is hateful;- Leviath. p. 48. I For Lucilius Bassus, see Hist. ii. 100 ; iii. 12. all the honors which...
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The Works of Cornelius Tacitus: With an Essay on His Life and Genius, Notes ...

Cornelius Tacitus, Arthur Murphy - Rome - 1836 - 742 pages
...ЫоЬЬев the philosopher of Malrasbury, веетв to have had his eye on Tacitus, when he saye, " Benefits oblige, and obligation is thraldom ; and unrequitable obligation perpetual thraldom, which i> hateful." Leviath. p. 48. 2 See Suetonius in Domit. fl. 1. 3 Mucianus assumed a character above...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes - Philosophy, English - 1839
...estate of a desperate debtor, that in declining the sight of his creditor, tacitly wishes him there, where he might never see him more. For benefits oblige,...perpetual thraldom ; which is to one's equal, hateful. But to have received benefits from one, whom we acknowledge for superior, inclines to love ; because...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes - Philosophy, English - 1839
...estate of a desperate debtor, that in declining the sight of his creditor, tacitly wishes him there, where he might never see him more. For benefits oblige,...perpetual thraldom ; which is to one's equal, hateful. But to have received benefits from one, whom we acknowledge for superior, inclines to love ; because...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the 15th, 16th, and ..., Volume 2

Henry Hallam - Literature, Modern - 1854
...greater benefits than we can hope to requite, disposes to counterfeit love, but really to secret hatred, and puts a man into the estate of a desperate debtor,...of truth, they have at least the fault of those of Rochefoucault ; they are made too generally characteristic of mankind. 146. Ignorance of the signification...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 19

International law - 1854
...estate of a desperate debtor, that in declining the right of his creditor, tacitly wishes him there, where he might never see him more. For benefits oblige,...; and unrequitable obligation perpetual thraldom. But to have received benefits from one whom we acknowledge far superior inclines to love ; because...
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