Thomas Hobbes quote about knowledge from Leviathan (1651) - When two, or more men, know of one and the same fact, they are said to be CONSCIOUS of it one to another; which is as much as to know it together.
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When two, or more men, know of one and the same fact, they are said to be CONSCIOUS of it one to another; which is as much as to know it together.

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Thomas Hobbes quote about knowledge from Leviathan (1651) - When two, or more men, know of one and the same fact, they are said to be CONSCIOUS of it one to another; which is as much as to know it together.
Thomas Hobbes quote about knowledge from Leviathan (1651) - When two, or more men, know of one and the same fact, they are said to be CONSCIOUS of it one to another; which is as much as to know it together.
Thomas Hobbes quote about knowledge from Leviathan (1651) - When two, or more men, know of one and the same fact, they are said to be CONSCIOUS of it one to another; which is as much as to know it together.
Thomas Hobbes quote about knowledge from Leviathan (1651) - When two, or more men, know of one and the same fact, they are said to be CONSCIOUS of it one to another; which is as much as to know it together.