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Thomas Hobbes

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In his book on Thomas Hobbes, Alfred Edward Taylor provides a comprehensive and insightful analysis of the philosopher's life and ideas. Taylor delves into Hobbes' works, including Leviathan, and examines how his political theories continue to influence modern thought. Taylor also considers Hobbes' social and historical context, shedding light on the motivations behind his controversial beliefs. Overall, this book serves as a valuable resource for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of one of history's most influential thinkers. Taylor's clear writing style and thorough research make this book a must-read for students of philosophy and political science.

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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.

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