Leviathan: With Selected Variants from the Latin Edition of 1668 / Edition 1
  • Leviathan: With Selected Variants from the Latin Edition of 1668 / Edition 1
  • Leviathan: With Selected Variants from the Latin Edition of 1668 / Edition 1

Leviathan: With Selected Variants from the Latin Edition of 1668 / Edition 1

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by Thomas Hobbes
     
 

Designed to meet the needs of both student and scholar, this edition of Leviathan offers a brilliant introduction by Edwin Curley, modernized spelling and punctuation of the text, and the inclusion, along with historical and interpretive notes, of the most significant variants between the English version of 1651 and the Latin version of 1668. A glossary of

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Designed to meet the needs of both student and scholar, this edition of Leviathan offers a brilliant introduction by Edwin Curley, modernized spelling and punctuation of the text, and the inclusion, along with historical and interpretive notes, of the most significant variants between the English version of 1651 and the Latin version of 1668. A glossary of seventeenth-century English terms, and indexes of persons, subjects, and scriptural passages help make this the most thoughtfully conceived edition of Leviathan available.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780872201774
Publisher:
Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
03/01/1994
Series:
Hackett Classics Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
584
Sales rank:
80,716
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.20(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction to Hobbes' Leviathan
Biographical Materials
Bibliography
A Note on the Purposes of This Edition
Acknowledgments
Leviathan
Letter Dedicatory1
The Introduction3
Pt. IOf Man
iOf Sense6
iiOf Imagination7
iiiOf the Consequence or Train of Imaginations12
ivOf Speech15
vOf Reason, and Science22
viOf the Interiour Beginnings of Voluntary Motions, Commonly Called the Passions, and the Speeches by Which They Are Expressed27
viiOf the Ends, or Resolutions of Discourse35
viiiOf the Virtues Commonly Called Intellectual, and Their Contrary Defects38
ixOf the Several Subjects of Knowledge47
ixOn the Classification of the Sciences (OL)49
xOf Power, Worth, Dignity, Honour, and Worthiness50
xiOf the Difference of Manners57
xiiOf Religion63
xiiiOf the Natural Condition of Mankind, As Concerning Their Felicity, and Misery74
xivOf the First and Second Natural Laws and of Contracts79
xvOf Other Laws of Nature89
xviOf Persons, Authors, and Things Personated101
Pt. IIOf Commonwealth
xviiOf the Causes, Generation, and Definition of a Commonwealth106
xviiiOf the Rights of Sovereigns by Institution110
xixOf the Several Kinds of Commonwealth by Institution and of Succession to the Sovereign Power118
xxOf Dominion Paternal and Despotical127
xxiOf the Liberty of Subjects136
xxiiOf Systems Subject, Political, and Private146
xxiiiOf the Public Ministers of Sovereign Power155
xxivOf the Nutrition and Procreation of a Commonwealth159
xxvOf Counsel165
xxviOf Civil Laws172
xxviiOf Crimes, Excuses, and Extenuations190
xxviiiOf Punishments and Rewards203
xxixOf those things that Weaken or tend to the Dissolution of a Commonwealth210
xxxOf the Office of the Sovereign Representative219
xxxiOf the Kingdom of God by Nature233
Pt. IIIOf a Christian Commonwealth
xxxiiOf the Principles of Christian Politics245
xxxiiiOf the Number, Antiquity, Scope, Authority, and Interpreters of the Books of Holy Scripture250
xxxivOf the Signification of Spirit, Angel, and Inspiration in the Books of Holy Scripture261
xxxvOf the Signification in Scripture of Kingdom of God, of Holy, Sacred, and Sacrament271
xxxviOf the Word of God, and of Prophets278
xxxviiOf Miracles, and their Use293
xxxviiiOf the Signification in Scripture of Eternal Life, Hell, Salvation, The World to Come, and Redemption301
xxxixOf the Signification in Scripture of the Word Church314
xlOf the Rights of the Kingdom of God, in Abraham, Moses, the High-Priests, and the Kings of Judah317
xliOf the Office of our Blessed Saviour326
xliiOf Power Ecclesiastical333
xliiiOf what is Necessary for a Man's Reception into the Kingdom of Heaven397
Pt. IVOf the Kingdom of Darkness
xlivOf Spiritual Darkness from Misinterpretation of Scripture411
xlvOf Demonology and other Relics of the Religion of the Gentiles435
xlviOf Darkness from Vain Philosophy and Fabulous Traditions453
xlviOf the Darkness from Vain Philosophy (OL)468
xlviiOf the Benefit that proceedeth from such Darkness and to whom it accrueth477
xlviiOf those who profited from this darkness (OL)484
A Review and Conclusion489
Latin Appendix498
A Note Regarding Chapter xlii549
Glossary550
Index of Subjects560
Index of Proper Names573
Index of Biblical Citations575

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