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Leviathan

저자: Thomas Hobbes; C B Macpherson
출판사: London ; New York, N.Y. : Penguin Books, 1985.
시리즈: Penguin classics.
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Written during the turmoil of the English Civil War, Leviathan is an ambitious and highly original work of political philosophy. Claiming that man's essential nature is competitive and selfish, Hobbes formulates the case for a powerful sovereign -- or 'Leviathan' -- to enforce peace and the law, substituting security for the anarchic freedom he believed human beings would otherwise experience. This worldview shocked  더 읽기…
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Thomas Hobbes; C B Macpherson
ISBN: 0140431950 9780140431957
OCLC 번호: 472686296
메모: Reprint of: Leviathan, or The matter, forme, & power of a common-wealth ecclesiasticall and civill / by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury. London : Andrew Crooke, 1651.
설명: 728 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
내용: Introduction by C.B. Macpherson --
Suggestions for further reading --
Note on the text --
Leviathan / by Thomas Hobbes --
Epistle dedicatory --
The contents of the chapters --
The introduction --
Part I: Of man --
Part II: Of common-wealth --
Part III: Of a Christian common-wealth --
Part IV: Of the kingdome of darknesse --
A review, and conclusion.
일련 제목: Penguin classics.
책임: Thomas Hobbes ; edited with an introduction by C.B. Macpherson.

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Written during the turmoil of the English Civil War, Leviathan is an ambitious and highly original work of political philosophy. Claiming that man's essential nature is competitive and selfish, Hobbes formulates the case for a powerful sovereign -- or 'Leviathan' -- to enforce peace and the law, substituting security for the anarchic freedom he believed human beings would otherwise experience. This worldview shocked many of Hobbes's contemporaries, and his work was publicly burnt for sedition and blasphemy when it was first published. But in his rejection of Aristotle's view of man as a naturally social being, and in his painstaking analysis of the ways in which society can and should function, Hobbes opened up a whole new world of political science. Based on the original 1651 text, this edition incorporates Hobbes's own corrections, while also retaining the original spelling and punctuation.

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