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 leader and soul of the commonwealth, either an individual or an assembly of people who govern the commonwealth.
A group of people afforded the right to get together for a purpose they have presented to the sovereign.
The creator of everything and is infinite in his powers either talking to people directly or through a prophet.
People appointed by the sovereign to help with the distribution of justice.
People sought out by the sovereign, individual, or assembly for advice on topics relating to the commonwealth.
A prophet directed by God to rule over the Jewish people.
They were teachers and leaders appointed by Moses to help him govern...
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