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|注意：||Chapter XLIII: Of What Is Necessary for a Mans Reception into the Kingdome of Heaven.|
|描述：||1 online resource (591 pages)|
|内容：||Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; The Introduction; Part I: Of Man; Chapter I: Of Sense; Chapter II: Of Imagination; Chapter III: Of the Consequence or Trayne of Imaginations; Chapter IV: Of Speech; Chapter V: Of Reason, and Science.; Chapter VI: Of the Interiour Beginnings of Voluntary Motions; Commonly Called the Passions. And the Speeches by Which They Are Expressed.; Chapter VII: Of the Ends or Resolutions of Discourse; Chapter VIII: Of the Vertues Commonly Called Intellectual; and Their Contrary Defects; Chapter IX: Of the Severall Subjects of Knowledge. Chapter X: Of Power, Worth, Dignity, Honour and WorthinessChapter XI: Of the Difference of Manners; Chapter XII: Of Religion; Chapter XIII: Of the Naturall Condition of Mankind, as Concerning Their Felicity, and Misery; Chapter XIV: Of the First and Second Naturall Lawes, and of Contracts; Chapter XV: Of Other Lawes of Nature; Chapter XVI: Of Persons, Authors, and Things Personated; Part II: Of Common-Wealth; Chapter XVII: Of the Causes, Generation, and Definition of a Common-wealth; Chapter XVIII: Of the Rights of Soveraignes by Institution. Chapter XIX: Of the Severall Kinds of Common-Wealth by Institution, and of Succession to the Soveraigne PowerChapter XX: Of Dominion Paternall and Despoticall; Chapter XXI: Of the Liberty of Subjects; Chapter XXII: Of Systemes Subject, Politicall, and Private; Chapter XXIII: Of the Publique Ministers of Soveraign Power; Chapter XXIV: Of the Nutrition, and Procreation of a Common-Wealth; Chapter XXV: Of Counsell; Chapter XXVI: Of Civill Lawes; Chapter XXVII: Of Crimes, Excuses, and Extenuations; Chapter XXVIII: Of Punishments, and Rewards. Chapter XXIX: Of Those Things That Weaken, or Tend to the Dissolution of a Common-wealthChapter XXX: Of the Office of the Soveraign Representative; Chapter XXXI: Of the Kingdome of God by Nature; Part III: Of a Christian Common-Wealth; Chapter XXXII: Of the Principles of Christian Politiques; Chapter XXXIII: Of the Number, Antiquity, Scope, Authority, and Interpreters of the Books of Holy Scriptures; Chapter XXXIV: Of the Signification of Spirit, Angel, and Inspiration in the Books of Holy Scripture. Chapter XXXV: Of the Signification in Scripture of Kingdome of God, of Holy, Sacred, and SacramentChapter XXXVI: Of the Word of God, and of Prophets; Chapter XXXVII: Of Miracles, and Their Use; Chapter XXXVIII: Of the Signification in Scripture of Eternall Life, Hell, Salvation, the World to Come, and Redemption; Chapter XXXIX: Of the Signification in Scripture of the Word Church; Chapter XL: Of the Rights of the Kingdome of God, in Abraham, Moses, the High Priests, and the Kings of Judah; Chapter XLI: Of the Office of Our Blessed Saviour; Chapter XLII: Of Power Ecclesiasticall.|
Leviathan is both a magnificent literary achievement and the greatest work of political philosophy in the English language. Permanently challenging, it has found new applications and new refutations in every generation.