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" And, in these four things, opinion of ghosts, ignorance of second causes, devotion towards what men fear, and taking of things casual for prognostics, consisteth the natural seed of 'religion,' which, by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and... "
Introduction to the Literature of Europe: In the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and ... - Page 308
by Henry Hallam - 1839
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes - Philosophy - 1839
...prognostics, consisteth the natural seed of religion ; which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they, that have nourished,...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes - Philosophy, English - 1839
...prognostics, consisteth the natural seed of religion ; which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they, that have nourished,...
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Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development

Henry George Atkinson, Harriet Martineau - Psychology - 1851 - 390 pages
...prognostics, consisteth the natural seeds of religion ; which, by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are, for the most part, ridiculous to another." — Hobbes : Leviathan.* " But men foolishly think that Gods are born like as men are ; and have, too,...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1870
...— consisteth the natural seed of religion ; which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...one man are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they that have nourished...
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Leviathan; Or, The Matter, Form and Power of a Commonwealth, Ecclesiastical ...

Thomas Hobbes - Political science - 1886 - 320 pages
...prognostics, consisteth the natural seed of "religion;" which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they that have nourished...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 164

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - English literature - 1887
...the different fancies, judgments, and passions of men, hath grown up into ceremonies so different, those which are used by one man are for the most part * Part i. ch. 3. t Luenn, ' Pharsalia,' lib. ix. v. 578. J ' Leviathan,' part iii. ridiculous to another.*...
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Hobbes's Leviathan ; Harrington's Oceana ; Famous Pamphlets: A. D ..., Part 1795

Thomas Hobbes - Political science - 1889 - 916 pages
...prognostics, consisteth the natural seed of "religion;" which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they that have nourished...
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Natural Religion in India

Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - Hinduism - 1891 - 64 pages
...Natural Seed of Religion, which by reason of the different Fancies, Judgments, and Passions of severall men, hath grown up into ceremonies so different that...man are for the most part ridiculous to another." These words, quaint and stiff as they are, appear to me to cover most of the ground out of which polytheism...
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The Ethics of Hobbes: As Contained in Selections from His Works

Thomas Hobbes - Ethics - 1898 - 377 pages
...consisteth the natural seed of " religion ; " which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they, that have nourished,...
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The Philosophy of Hobbes in Extracts and Notes Collated from His Writings

Thomas Hobbes - 1903 - 391 pages
...prognostics, consisteth the natural seed of religion; which by reason of the different fancies, judgments, and passions of several men, hath grown up into ceremonies...man, are for the most part ridiculous to another. For these seeds have received culture from two sorts of men. One sort have been they, that have nourished,...
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