Early Responses To Hobbes

Author: G A J Rogers
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This collection of many of the major contemporary responses to his thought by leading figures, provides a source for assessing his immediate impact and the long-term importance of his work.

Thomas Hobbes

Author: Otfried Höffe
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1980: Tendenzen der gegenwärtigen Hobbes-Forschung, in: Zeitschrift für
Philosophische Forschung 34, 442-453. - 1987: Thomas Hobbes. Das Reich des
Leviathan, München. Wright, G. 2006: Religion, Politics and Thomas Hobbes,
Dordrecht. Wolfers, B. 1991: «Geschwätzige Philosophie». Thomas Hobbes'
Kritik an Aristoteles, Würzburg. Zarka, Y. C. 1987: La ... Bramhall, J.: A Defence of
True Liberty, London 1655; ND in: Early Responses to Hobbes, 6 Bde., London
1996, Bd. 1.

The Routledge Guidebook To Hobbes Leviathan

Author: Glen Newey
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In part the latter response stemmed from the polemical urge to blacken Hobbes in
any way that his writings seemed to permit, but it also reflected a difference in the
way that his texts were read, that English readers took the political theory as part
of larger theologico-political ... CONCLUSION: HOBBES IN OUR TIME Though
this chapter has focused on early responses to Leviathan, I will briefly sketch
major more recent (that is, in the last hundred years or so) readings of the book.

Taming The Leviathan

Author: Jon Parkin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Rogers, G. A. J., (ed.) Leviathan: Contemporary Responses to the Political
Theoryof ThomasHobbes (Bristol,1995). Rogers,G. A.J., (ed.) Early Responses to
Hobbes, 6 vols. (Bristol, 1996). Rose, C., England in the 1690s (Malden, 1999).
Rupp, E. G., Religion in England 1689–1791 (Oxford, 1986). Russell, C., 'The
First Army Plot of 1641', Transactions of theRoyal Historical Society 37 (1988), pp
. 85–106. Sarasohn, L. T., 'Was Leviathan a Patronage Artifact?' Historyof
Political Thought ...

Four Central Theories Of The Market Economy

Author: Farhad Rassekh
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Early responses to Hobbes19 Hobbes' thoroughly materialistic philosophy
outraged many of his contemporary ecclesiastics, theologians, and other thinkers
who attempted to refute him. The first set of responses came from Richard
Cumberland (1631–1718), Bishop of Peterborough; Anthony Ashley Cooper (
1671–1713), the third Earl of Shaftesbury; and most importantly Joseph Butler (
1692–1752), Bishop of Bristol and Durham. While each of these thinkers
analyzed Hobbes' ...

Richard Baxter And The Mechanical Philosophers

Author: David S. Sytsma
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Baxter did not take an active interest in the early dissemination of the thought of
Gassendi and Descartes during the 1650s. However, his later response to
mechanical philosophy was surely colored by the publication of Hobbes's
Leviathan (1651). Baxter was among the earliest critics of the “leading opponent
of Leviathan, Hobbes' work.” and in 118 the During opinion February of one and
scholar, March a 1652, Baxter corresponded with Thomas Hill, a Master of Trinity
College, ...

Aspects Of Hobbes

Author: Noel Malcolm
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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These early responses to De cive prefigured the two main lines of criticism of
Hobbes's works that would develop during the following decades: political and
theological. One of the most influential critics of Hobbes's political theory was the
polymathic Lutheran scholar Hermann Conring, who taught at the University of
Helmstedt. His first reaction to De cive (of which he possessed one of the 1647
editions) was given in a letter to his friend and former pupil Johann Christian von