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  1. Leviathan (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hobbes, 2009-02-15
  2. Hobbes: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Richard Tuck, 2002-08-29
  3. Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan (Longman Library of Primary Sources in Philosophy) by Thomas Hobbes, Marshall Missner, et all 2006-12-29
  4. Leviathan: With Selected Variants from the Latin Edition of 1668 by Thomas Hobbes, 1994-03
  5. Human Nature and DeCorpore Politico (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hobbes, 1999-08-19
  6. The Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, 1989-10-15
  7. Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, 2002-05-01
  8. Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, 2009-11-09
  9. Thomas Hobbes: Behemoth (Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes)
  10. The Allegiance of Thomas Hobbes by Jeffrey R. Collins, 2008-01-10
  11. Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, 2009-10-04
  12. Hobbes: On the Citizen (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Hobbes Thomas, 1998-08-28
  13. Behemoth; or, The Long Parliament by Thomas Hobbes, 2010-08-02
  14. The moral and political works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury. Never before collected together. To which is prefixed, the author's life, ... by Thomas Hobbes, 2010-05-27

1. Thomas Hobbes A Short Biography
Thomas Hobbes (15881679)

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John Locke (16321704)

3. Hobbes's Moral And Political Philosophy
Survey of work of Thomas Hobbes; by Sharon A. Lloyd.

4. Hobbes
A brief discussion of the life and works of Thomas Hobbes, with links to electronic texts and additional information.

5. The Leviathan By Thomas Hobbes
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6. Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes, 15881679. The natural law philosopher Thomas Hobbes lived during some of the most tumultuous times in European history

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8. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679).
Thomas Hobbes (15881679). There is nothing in the background of Hobbes that would have marked him as one that was to become one of history's bright

9. Hobbes, Thomas Encyclop Dia Britannica
Hobbes, Thomas English philosopher and political theorist, best known for his publications on individual security and the social contract, which are

10. Island Of Freedom - Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes was an English philosopher, scientist, and political theorist.His philosophy marked a departure in English philosophy from the religious
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Thomas Hobbes

Thomas Hobbes


Thomas Hobbes was an English philosopher, scientist, and political theorist. His philosophy marked a departure in English philosophy from the religious emphasis of Scholasticism. His ideas represented a reaction against the decentralizing ideas of the Reformation which, Hobbes contended, brought anarchy, and are regarded as an important early influence on the philosophical doctrine of utilitarianism. Hobbes entered Oxford University when he was only 15 years old, receiving a bachelor's degree in 1608. He then became a tutor to the Cavendish family and spent most of his life in similar employment, including tutor to Charles II during his exile in Paris in 1646.
Hobbes made three visits to the continent in his life, the first in 1610 which included discussions with Francis Bacon, under whose influence Hobbes became dissatisfied with Aristotelianism . In 1628 he published an English version of Thucydides' works, partly to warn his countrymen about the dangers of democracy. His second trip was to France from 1629 to 1631, where he developed an interest in mathematics and thought he could apply mathematical methods to cure the ills of a society on the verge of civil war. On his third trip he met and was influenced by Galileo, Marin Mersenne, and

11. The Elements Of Law Natural And Politic By Thomas Hobbes 1640 To
The Elements of Law Natural and Politic by Thomas Hobbes 1640 To the Right Honourable William, Earl of Newcastle, Governor to the Prince his

12. Thomas Hobbes - Wikipédia
Biographie, pens©e et œuvres du philosophe anglais dans l'encyclop©die libre.
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Thomas Hobbes: portrait par John Michael Wright (National Portrait Gallery, London) Thomas Hobbes Westport Angleterre 5 avril Hardwick ... 4 d©cembre ) est un philosophe mat©rialiste -nominaliste anglais , consid©r© comme l'un des plus importants philosophes politiques.
Thomas Hobbes est n©   Westport dans la r©gion de Wiltshire en Angleterre le 5 avril 1588. Il raconte lui-mªme que sa m¨re accoucha avant terme sous le choc de la nouvelle de l’appareillage de l’ Invincible Armada Malmesbury M©d©e d’ Euripide . Il entra   Magdalen Hall (Oxford) en 1605 o¹ il prit en aversion la vie universitaire. Le principal de Magdalen ©tait John Wilkinson, un puritain agressif qui eu une certaine influence sur Hobbes. € l' universit© France , l’ Italie , l’ Allemagne en 1610, ann©e de l’assassinat de

13. Thomas Hobbes: Definition And Much More From
Hobbes ( hobz ) , Thomas 1588–1679. English philosopher and political theoristbest known for his book Leviathan (1651), in which he argues that the.
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English philosopher and political theorist best known for his book Leviathan (1651), in which he argues that the only way to secure civil society is through universal submission to the absolute authority of a sovereign. Hobbes i·an adj. Encyclopedia Hobbes, Thomas hŏbz ) , 1588–1679, English philosopher, grad. Magdalen College, Oxford, 1608. For many years a tutor in the Cavendish family, Hobbes took great interest in mathematics, physics, and the contemporary rationalism. On journeys to the Continent he established friendly relations with many learned men, including Galileo and Gassendi. In 1640, after his political writings had brought him into disfavor with the parliamentarians, he went to France (where he was tutor to the exiled Prince Charles). His work, however, aroused the antagonism of the English group in France, and his thorough materialism offended the churchmen, so that in 1651 he felt impelled to return to England, where he was able to live peacefully. Among his important works, which appeared in several revisions under different titles (see Sir W. Molesworth's edition of the complete works, 11 vol., 1839–45), are De Cive Leviathan De Corpore Politico De Homine (1658), and

14. Björn's Guide To Philosophy - Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes 15881679. Biography Works Papers Discussion lists Hobbes wasborn of an impoverished clerical family in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
Thomas Hobbes
    English philosopher, mathematician, and linguist. Hobbes was born of an impoverished clerical family in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. At school he quickly excelled, making a reputation as a linguist and fluent poet and translator. After Oxford he entered the the employment of William Cavendish, and except for a short interval remained secretary, tutor, and general advisor to the family for the rest of his career. His employment included several "Grand Tours" during which he met the leading European intellectuals of his time. As a spokesman for the royalist Devonshires, Hobbes was caught up in the turmoil preceding the Civil War, and fled to France in 1640, remaining there until 1651. Because of his writings, especially Leviathan , Hobbes lived in serious danger of prosecution after the restoration of Charles II. Hobbes's principal interests in his later years were translations, and he lived out his old age at the Devonshire's home. Extensive Biography
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15. Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes, 15881679. Portrait of T.Hobbes. The natural law philosopher ThomasHobbes lived during some of the most tumultuous times in European history
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The natural law philosopher Thomas Hobbes lived during some of the most tumultuous times in European history consequently, it should be no surprise that his theories were thoroughly pessimistic regarding human nature. Born near Malmesbury, the early death of his father, an impoverished local vicar, brought young Thomas Hobbes under the care of his wealthy uncle. At the age of fourteen, he entered Magdalen College, Oxford, and took his B.A. five years later. In 1608, he acquired a post as a tutor to the son of William Cavendish, Earl of Devonshire. This gave him time to devote himself to the Classics. Disenchanted by Aristotlean acrobatics, Hobbes eagerly embraced the historian Thucydides (whose book he translated and published in 1628). After his first tour of Europe in 1610, he made the acquaintance of Francis Bacon . However, he only became converted to the scientific outlook in the 1630s, after being seduced by Euclid's Geometry and hobnobbing with European scientists (particularly, the circle of Abbé Mersenne) during a tour of the continent. Hobbes was particularly entranced by Galileo's reverse vision of dynamics. Contrary to

16. Thomas Hobbes - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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London Thomas Hobbes April 5 December 4 ) was a noted English political philosopher , most famous for his book Leviathan Hobbes also wrote numerous other books on political philosophy and other matters, providing an account of human nature as self-interested cooperation. He was a contemporary of Francis Bacon as well as Descartes and wrote one of the replies to Descartes' Meditations
Early life and education
Hobbes was born in Malmesbury Wiltshire England on April 5 . His father, the vicar of Charlton and Westport , was forced to leave the town, abandoning his three children to the care of an older brother Francis. Hobbes was educated at Westport church from the age of four, passed to the

17. Hobbes Thomas From FOLDOC
Recommended Reading Primary sources The English works of Thomas Hobbes, Sir William Molesworth (Oxford, 1962); Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan,

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19. Great Books Index - Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes Great Books Index. Thomas Hobbes (15881679). An Index toOnline Great Books in English Translation. AUTHORS/HOME . TITLES .
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Posted by Ver Eeslow on March 08, 19100 at 20:12:27: In Reply to: Thomas Hobbes posted by Tim M on October 12, 1999 at 11:06:35: : why does a social contract require a coercive power?
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