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  1. Philosophy Updated: British Empiricism Thomas Hobbes: The Laws of a Social Contract John Locke: The Blank Slate of Our Minds David Hume: Natural Religion and Human Nature by Dr. Les Sutter, 2003-08-13
  2. The Mechanisation of Aristotelianism: The Late Aristotelian Setting of Thomas Hobbes's Natural Philosophy (Medieval and Early Modern Science) by Cornelis Hendrik Leijenhorst, Cees Leijenhorst, 2001-12
  3. The Correspondence: Volume II: 1660-1679 (Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes , Vol 2) by Thomas Hobbes, 1998-01-08
  4. Subverting the Leviathan: Reading Thomas Hobbes as a Radical Democrat by James Martel, 2007-09-14
  5. Hobbes and Republican Liberty by Quentin Skinner, 2008-03-10
  6. The Cambridge Companion to Hobbes (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)
  7. Leviatan : o la materia, forma y poder de una republica eclesiastica y civil (Politica y Derecho) (Spanish Edition) by Hobbes Thomas, 1940-12-31
  8. Of Man (Penguin Great Ideas) by Thomas Hobbes, 2005-08-25
  9. The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 5 by Thucydides, Homer, et all 2010-03-08
  10. Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan. by Thomas Schneider, 2003-11-30
  11. Thomas Hobbes: An English Philosopher in the Age of Reason (Philosophers of the Enlightenment) by Aaron Rosenberg, 2005-08
  12. The Hunting of Leviathan: Seventeenth-century Reactions to the Materialism and Moral Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes by Samuel I. Mintz, 2010-02-11
  13. Hobbes, Locke, and Confusion's Masterpiece: An Examination of Seventeenth-Century Political Philosophy by Ross Harrison, 2002-12-16
  14. History and Modernity in the Thought of Thomas Hobbes by Robert P. Kraynak, 1990-10

61. Astérion Le Léviathan Dans La Doctrine De L’État De Thomas Hobbes
Article d Emmanuel Tuchscherer dans la revue Ast rion (n 2).
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Abonnement à la lettre d'information Numéros complets de la revue Astérion Numéros complets de la revue Astérion ... ISSN 1762-6110 Le Léviathan dans la doctrine de l’État de Thomas Hobbes  : sens et échec du décisionnisme politique Emmanuel Tuchscherer Carl Schmitt (1888-1985) publie Le Léviathan dans la doctrine de l’État de Thomas Hobbes en 1938, l’année de ses cinquante ans, à la veille de la Seconde Guerre mondiale et au lendemain d’une tentative malheureuse d’engagement politique aux côtés du parti national-socialiste (1933-1938). La carrière du « juriste engagé » est sur le point de s’interrompre ; celle du politiste est en revanche à son apogée, et l’on est tenté de penser sur ce point que le commentaire du Léviathan représente à certains égards un de ces textes où se ramasse, dans le temps long de l’aventure intellectuelle, un ensemble de pensées, d’observations, de conclusions, débarrassées des scories des circonstances et réduites à une épure – parfois obtient-on même, lorsque la décantation a bénéficié d’une atmosphère favorable, une telle impression d’ordre et de cohérence que l’on incline à parler de doctrine ou de système de pensée. Der Leviathan suggère à cet égard deux appréciations divergentes.

62. Hobbes, Thomas | Define Hobbes, Thomas At Dictionary.com
Cultural Dictionary Hobbes, Thomas ( hobz ) A seventeenthcentury British political philosopher ; the author of Leviathan . According to Hobbes, human life in a “state of
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63. Hobbes, Thomas Biography - S9.com
1588 Thomas Hobbes, born on the 5th of April in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, S England, UK. He was an English philosopher.1603 - He studied at Oxford, and began a long tutorial
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1588 - Thomas Hobbes, born on the 5th of April in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, S England, UK. He was an English philosopher.
1603 - He studied at Oxford, and began a long tutorial association with the Cavendish family, through which he travelled widely and became acquainted with such leading intellectuals of the day as Bacon, Ben Jonson, Galileo, Descartes, and Gassendi.
1640 - 1642 - He wrote several works on government, including Elements of Law and De cive.
1646 - He became mathematical tutor to the Prince of Wales at the exiled English court in Paris.
1651 - He wrote his masterpiece, Leviathan, presenting his mature thoughts on metaphysics, psychology, and political philosophy.
1652 - He returned to England, submitted to Cromwell, and settled in London.
1672 - 1676 - His last works, written in his 80s, were an autobiography in Latin verse and verse translations of the Iliad and Odyssey. 1679 - In October, he suffered a bladder disorder, which was followed by a paralytic stroke from which he died in his ninety-first year. He was buried in the churchyard of Ault Hucknall in Derbyshire, England.

64. Hobbes, Thomas - Astro-Databank, Thomas Hobbes Horoscope, Born 15 April 1588 (gr
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Thomas Hobbes born on 15 April 1588 (greg.) Malmesbury, England
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British philosopher and scholar who loved geometry, Latin and discussion. He stated that man can form no idea of God and was considered a freethinker, an alarming position in that it could be subversive to the state. Hobbes was a premature birth, the third child in the family. Their father abandoned them. Tall, genial and temperate, Hobbes became a private tutor and companion to his students. He studied and wrote, becoming known in intellectual circles. Perhaps his best known work is "The Leviathan" (1651), in which he defended political absolutism as the price of individual security. He enjoyed tennis and debate, sometimes losing his temper in the passion of argument. He had an illegitimate daughter. Link to Wikipedia biography
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  • Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1651 ("The Leviathan")
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Martin Harvey, Nativitas I, quotes the Aubrey ms, data from Hobbes personally, "born between the hours of four and six," rectified to a mid-time of 5:00 AM. (April 5, 1899 OS; the LAT correction is a few seconds)

65. Human Intelligence: Thomas Hobbes
The biographical profile of Thomas Hobbes, focusing on his/her contributions to the development of intelligence theory and testing.
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Thomas Hobbes
(April 5, 1588 - December 4, 1679)
English Philosopher
Influences Education
  • Magdalen Hall, Oxford University, 1608, B.A.
Career
  • 1608, became tutor of William Cavendish, later Earl of Devonshire
  • 1640, authored , a defense of the monarchy, caused him to voluntarily exile himself to Paris for 11 years
  • 1646-1648, math tutor to Prince of Wales, later King Charles II, who was also in exile in Paris
Ideas and Contributions Thomas Hobbes was one of the first modern Western thinkers, the first in the line of British empiricists. He is also known for his English verse translations of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey . His writing provided a secular explanation of the political state, and denoted the departure in English philosophy from Scholasticism with its religious emphasis. Hobbes believed that understanding the psychology of individuals was necessary before one could develop an understanding of the state and government. He believed that humans are fearful and predatory, and must submit completely to the supremacy of the state in both secular and religious concerns. Hobbes asserted that there is a difference between knowledge and faith, which resulted in charges of atheistic tendencies. He is considered the first modern social psychologist because of his emphasis on the relationship between the individual and society. (

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67. Hobbes, Thomas (Harper's Magazine)
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68. Hobbes, Thomas: Oxford Dictionary Of Sociology
Hobbes, Thomas (1588–1679) An English philosopher and social theorist of the Enlightenment. Hobbes's most influential writings in political philosophy span the period of the
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69. Hobbes, Thomas - Cosmeo
English philosopher and political theorist whose mechanistic and naturalistic theories led to suspicion and controversy in political and ecclesiastical circles.
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70. Leviathan, By Thomas Hobbes
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