We could fill this page with quotations to similar effect from thomas hobbes, David Hume, and others, if it weren't too tedious.
So says thomas hobbes, whose definition of all laughter illuminates those moments when we smugly parade past the shrunken giants.
thomas hobbes was still living among his learned friends in the French capital.
We privately hate Mr. thomas hobbes, of Malmsbury; we know much evil of him, and we could expose many of his tricks effectually.
thomas hobbes, the son of a clergyman, and tutor to students, wrote "Leviathan" in 1651 on his theory of sovereignty.
Man in his natural state, says thomas hobbes, is toward man as a wolf.
Neither thomas hobbes nor his typesetters seem to have had many inhibitions about spelling and punctuation.
Last in time among political philosophers before the middle of the century we find the greatest and most famous, thomas hobbes.
In Paris he assisted thomas hobbes in drawing diagrams for his treatise on optics.