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Hobbes's view that humans are motivated solely by self-interest was going to jar quite redoubtably with the optimism of Leibniz and Wolff.
This redoubtably interdisciplinary Aristotle, who must have sounded to Scaliger's humanist contemporaries like a particularly prolific version of themselves, seems to have arisen from a fifteenth-century genealogy that we will trace shortly.
4 There's nothing the great British public love more than a redoubtably feisty lady of a certain age.
One of the first climbers to flower in winter is a species of jasmine, a redoubtably tough wall shrub not to be confused with the tender, indoor kind that produces sweet-scented, white flowers.
Wood observes that not one of her friends, not even the redoubtably progressive Maryat Lee, charged O'Connor with racism.