Thomas Hobbes quote about justice from Leviathan (1651) - The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the Appetite of the Contractors: and therefore the just value, is that which they be contented to give.
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The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the Appetite of the Contractors: and therefore the just value, is that which they be contented to give.

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Thomas Hobbes quote about justice from Leviathan (1651) - The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the Appetite of the Contractors: and therefore the just value, is that which they be contented to give.
Thomas Hobbes quote about justice from Leviathan (1651) - The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the Appetite of the Contractors: and therefore the just value, is that which they be contented to give.
Thomas Hobbes quote about justice from Leviathan (1651) - The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the Appetite of the Contractors: and therefore the just value, is that which they be contented to give.
Thomas Hobbes quote about justice from Leviathan (1651) - The value of all things contracted for, is measured by the Appetite of the Contractors: and therefore the just value, is that which they be contented to give.