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Home Browse Books Book details, Thomas Hobbes and the Political Philosophy o. .Quentin Skinner's book on Hobbes has been acclaimed by some as the masterpiece of the Cambridge Historical School.

Home Browse Books Book details, Thomas Hobbes and the Political Philosophy o.Thomas Hobbes and the Political Philosophy of Glory. I do not know whether future generations will endorse this judgement, or indeed whether they will consider it a compliment. I suspect, though, that if Hobbes could talk from his grave he would show surprise at the method employed by Skinner to examine his work, astonishment at the results of the enquiry, and amusement at the implications of Skinner's interpretation.

Hobbes's philosophical discourse is deconstructed as the interplay of the .

Hobbes's philosophical discourse is deconstructed as the interplay of the drama of individual behaviour as perceived by rational agents and the detached analysis of conflict by a political geometer. The author solves some long-standing problems in Hobbesian political philosophy (. Gabriella Slomp is Lecturer in Political Theory, University of St. Andrews, Scotland. This may well be the most impressive new book on Hobbes appearing over the past two decades or more. Show all. Table of contents (13 chapters). Introduction: The Political Geometry of Glory.

This book takes Paine's political philosophy seriously. To my knowledge, there is no comparative study of Thomas Hobbes and Humpty Dumpty. Yet such a study would be illuminating. It explores his views concerning a number of perennial issues in modern political thought including the grounds for, and limits to, political obligation; the nature of representative democracy; the justification for private property ownership; international relations; and the relationship between secular liberalism and religion.

Hobbes's philosophical discourse is deconstructed as the interplay of the drama of individual behavior as perceived by rational agents and the detached analysis of conflict a by a political geometer. the role of glory, Hobbes' pessimism) and shows the consistency of Hobbes's attempt to derive absolutism as the only stable political association.

Thomas Hobbes, an English philosopher in the 17th century, was best .

Thomas Hobbes, an English philosopher in the 17th century, was best known for his book Leviathan (1651) and his political views on society.

Hobbes's philosophical discourse is deconstructed as the interplay of the drama of individual behavior as perceived by. the role of glory, Hobbes' pessimism) and shows the consistency of Hobbes's attempt to. Hobbes's philosophical discourse is deconstructed as the interplay of the drama of individual behavior as perceived by rational agents and the detached analysis of conflict a by a political geometer. the role of glory, Hobbes' pessimism) and shows the consistency of Hobbes' attempt to derive absolutism as the only stable political association.

Glory, Contributions in political science. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679).

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Hobbes's philosophical discourse is deconstructed as the interplay of the drama of individual behavior as perceived by rational agents and the detached analysis of conflict a by a political geometer. The author solves some long-standing problems in Hobbesian political philosophy (e.g., the role of glory, Hobbes' pessimism) and shows the consistency of Hobbes's attempt to derive absolutism as the only stable political association.
Thomas Hobbes and the Political Philosophy of Glory download epub
Humanities
Author: Gabriella Slomp
ISBN: 0312234198
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (August 5, 2000)
Pages: 208 pages