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Part 2: Of Common-Wealth 17-31 
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Post Re: Part 2: Of Common-Wealth 17-31
I totally overlooked the first 'natural law'!!! There's so much in this book. I really should do a post about the natural laws already. I've been meaning to do it. That will help me memorize them a little better.

As for progress. I think I understand what you mean but my only thought is that this is Hobbes' perfect government. I don't think he intends or sees a need for progress beyond what's written in the book.



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