HOBBES, Thomas Quotes
(1588-1679), English philosopher
Our nature is inseparable from desires, and the very word desire—the craving for something not possessed— implies that our present felicity is not complete.
There are few who need complain of the narrowness of their minds if they will only do their best with them.
Obligation is thraldom, and thraldom is hateful.
Had I read as much as others, I had remained as ignorant as they.
Words are the counters of wise men, and the money of fools.