Thomas Hobbes

Alfred Edward TAYLOR (1869 - 1945)

This work is a look at the life and ideas of Thomas Hobbes, English philosopher of the seventeenth century. The most important ideas are found in his famous work Leviathan. Taylor looks at such concepts of Hobbes as the contract, naturalism, sovereignty, natural laws, church and state, absolutism, and political obligation, etc.

Genre(s): Philosophy, Modern

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Prefatory Note Jim Locke
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Play 01 Chapter 1 Jim Locke
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Play 02 Chapter 2, 1 Jim Locke
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Play 03 Chapter 2, 2 Jim Locke
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Play 04 Chapter 3 Jim Locke
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Play 05 Chapter 4 Jim Locke
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Play 06 Chapter 5 Jim Locke
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Play 07 Chapter 6 Jim Locke
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Play 08 Conclusion Jim Locke
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