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Thomas Hobbes in his time

Auteur: Ralph Gilbert Ross; Herbert W Schneider; Theodore Waldman
Uitgever: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [1974]
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Thomas Hobbes, the seventeenth-century English philosopher, is the subject of lively discussion among philosophers, historians, and political theorists today. Both as a participant in a revolutionary commonwealth and as a student of the science of human nature, Hobbes has achieved a new relevance to contemporary society. As the editors of this volume point out, moralists are apt to place him in the twentieth  Meer lezen...
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Genoemd persoon: Thomas Hobbes; Thomas Hobbes; Thomas Hobbes; Thomas Hobbes
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Ralph Gilbert Ross; Herbert W Schneider; Theodore Waldman
ISBN: 0816607273 9780816607273
OCLC-nummer: 1340642
Opmerkingen: Includes index.
Beschrijving: x, 150 p. ; 23 cm.
Inhoud: Thomas Hobbes: chronology of chief events and writings --
The motivation of Hobbes's political philosophy / by John Dewey --
The Philosophia prima of Thomas Hobbes / by Craig Walton --
Some puzzles in Hobbes / by Ralph Ross --
Hobbes on the generation of a public person / by Theodore Waldman --
The piety of Hobbes / by Herbert W. Schneider --
Hobbes's Anglican doctrine / by Paul J. Johnson.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Ralph Ross, Herbert W. Schneider, Theodore Waldman.

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Thomas Hobbes, the seventeenth-century English philosopher, is the subject of lively discussion among philosophers, historians, and political theorists today. Both as a participant in a revolutionary commonwealth and as a student of the science of human nature, Hobbes has achieved a new relevance to contemporary society. As the editors of this volume point out, moralists are apt to place him in the twentieth century, and historians are apt to portray him as an antique. The aim of these essays is to get an accurate account of how radical Hobbes was in his own revolutionary century.

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