Thomas Hobbes about passion (“Leviathan”, 1651) - The source of every crime, is some defect of the understanding; or some errour in reasoning, or some sudden force of the passions.
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The source of every crime, is some defect of the understanding; or some errour in reasoning, or some sudden force of the passions.
 Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan (1651). copy citation

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