‘ The final cause, purpose or design of men (who naturally love liberty, and dominion over others) to introduce this restriction on themselves (in which we see them live forming States) is caring for its own conservation and, in addition the achievement of a more harmonious life the only way to erect such common, power capable of defending against the invasion of aliens and alien insultsmaking them so that by its own activity and the fruits of the Earth to nourish themselves and live happy, is to confer all his power and strength to a man or to an Assembly of men, all of which by a plurality of votes, can reduce their wills to a will. That is to say: choose a man or an Assembly of men that represent your personality and that each consider as their own and recognise himself as the author of anything you do or promote who represents his person, in those things which concern the peace and common security; that you also submit their wills each to the will of him, and his judgments to his trial. This is something more than consent, or Concord: is a real unit all in one and the same person, instituted by Covenant of every man with others in a way as if I said to all: I authorize or transfer my right of governing myself, with the condition that you transferireis to your right and autorizareis all their actions in the same way to this man or Assembly of men. This is done, the crowd so unique in a person is called State, in latin, Civitas. As the right to represent the person of all is granted who all are sovereign only by Covenant of one to another, and not of the sovereign in each of them, there can be no breach of Covenant by the sovereign, and consequently none of his subjects, in an infringement, can be released from their submission as each minion is, by virtue of that institution, author of all acts and judgments of the established sovereign, is that anything that the sovereign cannot constitute slander for none of his subjects, nor should be accused of injustice by none of them 3 is the transcript why that biographers of the author demonstrate his strong tendency towards absolutism, have however laid the political foundations of bourgeois society and the authority.

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