Thomas Hobbes


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Noun1.Thomas Hobbes - English materialist and political philosopher who advocated absolute sovereignty as the only kind of government that could resolve problems caused by the selfishness of human beings (1588-1679)Thomas Hobbes - English materialist and political philosopher who advocated absolute sovereignty as the only kind of government that could resolve problems caused by the selfishness of human beings (1588-1679)
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Apresentam-se dois artigos dedicados a Thomas Hobbes e o papel que a Historia possui em sua obra.
Summary: When modernity was sending out its first rays of thought in the Enlightenment Age, thinker Thomas Hobbes wrote speculatively that the natural state of man is "war of all against all.
Meanwhile, at university, we've been discussing English philosopher Thomas Hobbes and his depressing view of the world back in the 17th century.
Augustine and Thomas Hobbes to justify his apologetic defence of Juba's suspicion and reservation on the awaited Regional Protection Force.
By expounding on the historical development of the notion of the social contract -- a key element of works by political philosophers Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and John Locke -- Jennings gives his ideas a solid theoretical underpinning.
Looking at the condition of the world today, it is difficult to disagree with the 17th century English philosopher, Thomas Hobbes, who wrote that the natural condition of man "is a condition of war of every man against every man".
This kind of individualism contrasts with the kind associated with the political thought of Thomas Hobbes and his followers.
Thomas Hobbes, On the Citizen 30, 94,105 (Richard Tuck & Michael Silverthorne eds.
La revision se realiza en este caso a traves de la obra de Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), o mejor dicho: examinando las interpretaciones y el uso que se ha hecho de este pensador en el campo de las Relaciones Internacionales, con el fin de alejarse de lecturas superficiales y volver a detenerse sobre los aspectos internacionales de su pensamiento.
BORN CRAZY Horse, native American leader, 1840 FRANCISCO Franco, Spanish dictator, 1892 TYRA Banks, US super model, 1973, above DIED THOMAS Hobbes, English philosopher, 1679 FRANK Zappa, US rock musician, 1993, above SOCRATES, Brazilian footballer, 2011 EVENTS 1961: Women who wish to take oral contraception may do so on the National Health Service.
This is a book for philosophers who are not only interested in the concept of time, but who seek new perspectives on this intriguing and problematical philosophical concept as well as appreciate what Rene Descartes and Thomas Hobbes have to say about it.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Thomas Hobbes published his book "Leviathan" in 1651.