The subject or the person - The most important actor in Hobbes' Leviathan. He devotes the entire first part to the different attributes of sense, imagination, train of thought, and speech.
The Sovereign - The leader and soul of the commonwealth, either an individual or an assembly of people who govern the commonwealth.
Assembly - A group of people afforded the right to get together for a purpose they have presented to the sovereign.
God - The creator of everything and is infinite in his powers either talking to people directly or through a prophet.
Judges - People appointed by the sovereign to help with the distribution of justice.
Counselors - People sought out by the sovereign, individual, or assembly for advice on topics relating to the commonwealth.
Moses - A prophet directed by God to rule over the Jewish people.
Jewish Elders - They were teachers...
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