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  1. Leviathan: With Selected Variants from the Latin Edition of 1668 by Thomas Hobbes, 1994-03
  2. Leviathan (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hobbes, 2009-02-15
  3. Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, 2009-11-09
  4. Human Nature and DeCorpore Politico (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hobbes, 1999-08-19
  5. Hobbes: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Richard Tuck, 2002-08-29
  6. The Political Philosophy of Hobbes: Its Basis and Its Genesis (Phoenix Books) by Leo Strauss, 1996-04-15
  7. Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan (Longman Library of Primary Sources in Philosophy) by Thomas Hobbes, Marshall Missner, et all 2006-12-29
  8. Hobbes and the Law of Nature by Perez Zagorin, 2009-11-16
  9. Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, 2002-05-01
  10. Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, 2009-10-04
  11. Thomas Hobbes: Behemoth (Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes)
  12. The Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, 1989-10-15
  13. Morality in the Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes: Cases in the Law of Nature by S. A. Lloyd, 2009-07-20
  14. Thomas Hobbes and Political Theory by Mary G. Dietz, 1991-09

1. Thomas HOBBES, 1588-1679, Thomas HOBBES, 1588-1679
Textes en lignes et liens pertinents la biblioth que virtuelle des sciences sociales.
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2. Les Classiques Des Sciences Sociales: Thomas Hobbes, De Cive. Le Citoyen Ou Les
Texte int gral de ce trait dans la traduction de Samuel de Sorbi re sur la biblioth que des Classiques des Sciences Sociales.
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3. Hobbes, Thomas - AnthroBase - Dictionary Of Anthropology: A Searchable Database
British empiricist philosopher; originator of the idea of the social contract, under which the members of a society vested authority over the collective in a king, in order
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British empiricist philosopher; originator of the idea of the social contract, under which the members of a society vested authority over the collective in a king, in order to save the group from the anarchistic, internal strife that it would otherwise naturally revert to.

4. Thomas Hobbes - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Thomas Hobbes (5 April 1588 – 4 December 1679), in some older texts Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury was an English philosopher, remembered today for his work on political philosophy
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is the latest accepted revision accepted on 2 November 2010 Jump to: navigation search "Hobbes" redirects here. For other people called Hobbes, see Hobbes (disambiguation) Thomas Hobbes Full name Thomas Hobbes Born 5 April 1588
Malmesbury
Wiltshire England Died 4 December 1679
Derbyshire
England
Era 17th-century philosophy
(Modern Philosophy) Region Western Philosophers School Social contract classical realism empiricism ... utilitarianism Main interests Political philosophy history ethics geometry Notable ideas modern founder of the social contract tradition; life in the state of nature is "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short" Influenced by Plato Aristotle Epicurus Thucydides ... Great Tew Circle Influenced Joseph Butler ; All subsequent Western political philosophy sociology Ferdinand Tönnies Thomas Hobbes (5 April 1588 – 4 December 1679), in some older texts Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury was an English philosopher , remembered today for his work on political philosophy . His 1651 book Leviathan established the foundation for most of Western political philosophy from the perspective of social contract theory.

5. Hobbes, Thomas
Hobbes, Thomas (b. April 5, 1588, Westport, Wiltshire, Eng.d. Dec. 4, 1679, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire), English philosopher and political theorist, best known for his
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(b. April 5, 1588, Westport, Wiltshire, Eng.d. Dec. 4, 1679, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire), English philosopher and political theorist, best known for his publications on individual security and the social contract, which are important statements of both the nascent ideas of liberalism and the longstanding assumptions of political absolutism characteristic of the times.
Early life.
Hobbes's father, a vicar, was "a choleric man," and he disappeared after engaging in a brawl at his own church door and abandoned his three children to the care of his brother, a well-to-do glover in Malmesbury. When he was four years old Hobbes was sent to school at Westport, then to a private school, and finally, at 15, to Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where he devoted most of his time to books of travel and the study of maps. Upon his graduation in 1608, Hobbes became a private tutor to William Cavendish, afterward 2nd earl of Devonshire, and so began a lifelong connection with the Cavendish family. He grew very fond of his pupil, who was only a little younger than himself. In 1610 Hobbes visited France and Italy with his pupil. There he probably found that the Aristotelian philosophy that he had been taught at Oxford was beginning to crumble before the discoveries of Galileo and of Johann Kepler, who formulated the laws of planetary motion. On returning home he decided to make himself a classical scholar. The chief fruit of Hobbes's classical studies was his translation of

6. Thomas Hobbes
THOMAS HOBBES (15881679) The universe is corporeal; all that is real is material, and what is not material is not real. The Leviathan. The philosophy of Thomas Hobbes is perhaps
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THOMAS HOBBES (1588-1679)
"The universe is corporeal; all that is real is material, and what is not material is not real." The Leviathan The philosophy of Thomas Hobbes is perhaps the most complete materialist philosophy of the 17th century. Hobbes rejects Cartesian dualism and believes in the mortality of the soul. He rejects free will in favor of determinism, a determinism which treats freedom as being able to do what one desires. He rejects Aristotelian and scholastic philosophy in favor of the "new" philosophy of Galileo and Gassendi, which largely treats the world as matter in motion. Hobbes is perhaps most famous for his political philosophy. Men in a state of nature, that is a state without civil government, are in a war of all against all in which life is hardly worth living. The way out of this desperate state is to make a social contract and establish the state to keep peace and order. Because of his view of how nasty life is without the state, Hobbes subscribes to a very authoritarian version of the social contract.
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7. Thomas Hobbes — FactMonster.com
Encyclopedia Hobbes, Thomas. Hobbes, Thomas (hobz) , 1588 – 1679, English philosopher, grad. Magdalen College, Oxford, 1608. For many years a tutor in the Cavendish family, Hobbes
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Biograf a del pensador ocn enlace a alguno de sus textos.
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9. Hobbes, Thomas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Hobbes, Thomas
English political philosopher and the first thinker since Aristotle to attempt to develop a comprehensive theory of nature, including human behaviour.
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10. Hobbes, Thomas
Hobbes, Thomas Leviathan Hobbes's masterpiece, however, was the Leviathan, or the Matter, Form, and Power of a Commonwealth, Ecclesiastical and Civil (1651).
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Hobbes's masterpiece, however, was the Leviathan , or the Matter, Form, and Power of a Commonwealth, Ecclesiastical and Civil (1651). In the first two parts, "Of Man" and "Of Commonwealth," he reworked the ground already covered in the earlier treatises; in the last two, "Of a Christian Commonwealth" and "Of the Kingdom of Darkness," he embarked upon a discussion of Scripture and made a vigorous attack on the attempts of papists and Presbyterians to challenge the right of the sovereign. Hobbes's reputation as a thinker rests mainly on his contributions to the philosophy of man, in which he propounded an influential egoistic psychology. In moral theory he is generally regarded as a pioneer of the Utilitarian school. He justified obedience to moral rules on a purely secular basis, as the means to "peaceable, social, and comfortable living." Yet he also said that the laws of nature were God's commands. In his political theory Hobbes first analyzed the conditions necessary for peace and security and then, in his version of the social contract, provided a recipe for constructing an ideal state in which these conditions could be satisfied. His fundamental concept was natural right rather than natural law. It is essentially a right to self-preservation. No man is obliged to act in accordance with the law of nature if he thinks such conduct inimical to his own security. Yet peace cannot be achieved unless the law of nature is generally observed. Hobbes's solution was to give everyone a guarantee of the good behaviour of his fellows by creating a power sufficient to keep them in awe. This power will be created if each individual promises every other individual that he will carry out whatever commands some selected person (or an assembly) shall consider necessary for the peace and defense of all. A

11. Grandes Economistas-Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679)
Biograf a del fil sofo.
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Grandes Economistas A B C ... X-Y-Z Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) El filósofo inglés es importante para la ciencia económica por haber influido claramente en las ideas de Adam Smith y de Jeremy Bentham . En su obra fundamental, el Leviathan se tratan problemas tales como el valor, el dinero, la población y la hacienda pública. Hobbes considera que es el egoísmo lo que mueve la actividad económica del individuo. Considera que la libertad de comercio es una ley natural pero cree que el estado debe intervenir para que nadie permanezca ocioso o para evitar el excesivo gasto de los súbditos.
Leviathan
por Thomas Hobbes Hasta la publicación de este libro, la sociedad consideraba que el poder era una emanación de Dios. Hobbes se muestra partidario de un estado fuerte, pero por razones que eran completamente nuevas en su época, por una necesidad que puede ser explicada por la razón y sin apelar a razones teológicas. Enciclopedia Virtual Grandes Economistas Diccionarios - DICES Presentaciones multimedia y vídeos Biblioteca Biblioteca Virtual Biblioteca de Tesis Doctorales Textos de autores clásicos y grandes economistas Revistas ... Obs. Economia y Sociedad - China

12. Hobbes, Thomas: Moral And Political Philosophy [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philos
Hobbes Moral and Political Philosophy. The English philosopher Thomas Hobbes (15881679) is best known for his political thought, and deservedly so.
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Hobbes: Moral and Political Philosophy
One controversy has dominated interpretations of Hobbes. Does he see human beings as purely self-interested or egoistic
Table of Contents
  • Introduction Life and Times Two Intellectual Influences Ethics and Human Nature ... References and Further Reading
  • 1. Introduction
    Hobbes is the founding father of modern political philosophy moral claims that protect their basic interests. But what or who determines what those rights are? And who will enforce them? In other words, who will exercise the most important political powers, when the basic assumption is that we all share the same entitlements? Writing a few years after Hobbes,  John Locke had definitely accepted the terms of debate Hobbes had laid down: how can human beings live together, when religious or traditional justifications of authority are no longer effective or persuasive? How is political authority justified and how far does it extend? In particular, are our political rulers properly as unlimited in their powers as Hobbes had suggested? And if they are not, what system of politics will ensure that they do not overstep the mark, do not trespass on the rights of their subjects?
    2. Life and Times

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    14. Encyclopédie De L'Agora | Hobbes Thomas
    Dossier sur Thomas Hobbes, pr sentation de la vie et de l oeuvre, liens, dans l encyclop ide de l Agora.
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    15. Hobbes, Thomas Legal Definition Of Hobbes, Thomas. Hobbes, Thomas Synonyms By Th
    Sixteenthcentury political theorist, philosopher, and scientist Thomas Hobbes left a stark warning to succeeding generations strong central authority is the necessary basis
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    16. Hobbes, Thomas Definition
    Hobbes, Thomas definition of Hobbes, Thomas from PoliticsDictionary.com the English philosopher (1588–1679) whose Leviathan defended the right of a ruler to use absolute power
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    • the English philosopher (1588–1679) whose Leviathan defended the right of a ruler to use absolute power in order to keep peace Note Hobbes said that without government , life for people in a state of nature or anarchy would be ‘nasty, solitary, brutish and short’.)
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    17. Hobbes, Thomas Definition Of Hobbes, Thomas In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
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    18. Hobbes, Thomas - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
    Full Name Thomas Hobbes. Nationality English Activity English philosopher. Born 0504-1588 Died 04-12-1679
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    La filosofía de T. Hobbes, de corte marcadamente materialista. rechaza el aristotelismo y la filosofía escolástica, así como el dualismo del racionalismo cartesiano, siendo más próxima a la filosofía de Bacon, y sobretodo a las de Gassendi y Galileo. Pero T. Hobbes es, ante todo, conocido por su teoría política, expuesta en el "Leviatán", en la que defiende el absolutismo político, en clara oposición a las nacientes teorías políticas de la burguesía, que buscaban las justificaciones teóricas para la instauración de un régimen político democrático basado en la división de poderes.
    En las páginas dedicadas a Hobbes encontrarás, en la primera sección, "Biografía", (a la que puedes acceder a través del enlace "Biografía" situado en la cabecera de cada página), una breve exposición de los principales acontecimientos de su vida, en la que se destacan algunos de los momentos significativos relacionados con su actividad filosófica. En la tercera sección, dedicada a su pensamiento, "Filosofía", encontrarás una exposición de los principales aspectos de su pensamiento, sobre todo los relativos a su pensamiento político expuestos en una de sus obras más conocidas: "Leviatán".

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