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Leviathan or the Matter, Forme, & Power of a Common-wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civill. By Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury London, printed for Andrew Crooke, at the Green Dragon in St. Pauls Church-yard 1651
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Prepared for the McMaster University Archive of the History of Economic Thought, by Rod Hay.
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Contents Introduction ........................................................................................ 7 The First Part: Of Man ...................................................................... 9 I: Of Sense ..................................................................................... 9 II: Of Imagination ........................................................................ 10 III: Of the Consequence or Train of Imaginations ........................ 15 IV: Of Speech ............................................................................... 19 V: Of Reason and Science ............................................................ 26 VI: Of the Interior Beginnings of Voluntary Notions, Commonly called the Passions; and the Speeches by which They are Ex- pressed ....................................................................................... 31 VII: Of the Ends or Resolutions of Discourse .............................. 40 VIII: Of the Virtues Commonly called Intellectual; and their Contrary Defects ....................................................................... 42 IX: Of the Several Subject of Knowledge .................................... 51 X: Of Power, Worth, Dignity, Honour and Worthiness ................ 53 XI: Of the Difference of Manners ................................................ 60 XII: Of Religion ........................................................................... 66 XIII: Of the Natural Condition of Mankind as Concerning their Felicity and Misery .................................................................... 76 XIV: Of the First and Second Natural Laws, and Of Contracts .. 79 XV: Of Other Laws of Nature ..................................................... 88 XVI: Of Persons, Authors, and Things Personated ...................... 98 The Second Part: Of Commonwealth ............................................. 103 XVII: Of the Causes, Generation, and Definition of a Common- wealth ...................................................................................... 103 XVIII: Of the Rights of Sovereigns by Institution ..................... 107
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4/Thomas Hobbes XIX: Of the Several Kinds of Commonwealth by Institution, and of Succession to the Sovereign Power .......................................... 114 XX: Of Dominion Paternal and Despotical ................................ 122 XXI: Of the Liberty of Subjects ................................................. 129 XXII: Of Systems Subject Political and Private ........................ 137 XXIII: Of the Public Ministers of Sovereign Power .................. 147 XXIV: Of the Nutrition and Procreation of a Commonwealth ... 151 XXV: Of Counsel ....................................................................... 156 XXVI: Of Civil Laws ................................................................ 162 XXVII: Of Crimes, Excuses, and Extenuations ......................... 178 XXVIII: Of Punishments and Rewards ...................................... 190 XXIX: Of Those Things that Weaken or Tend to the Dissolution of a Commonwealth ..................................................................... 197 XXX: Of the Office of the Sovereign Representative ................ 205 XXXI: Of the Kingdom of God by Nature ................................ 218 The Third Part: Of a Christian Commonwealth ............................. 228 XXXII: Of the Principles of Christian Politics .......................... 228 XXXIII: Of the Number, Antiquity, Scope, Authority, and Inter- preters of the Books of Holy Scripture .................................... 232 XXXIV: Of the Signification of Spirit, Angel, and Inspiration in the Books of Holy Scripture .......................................................... 241 XXXV: Of the Signification in Scripture of Kingdom of God, of Holy, Sacred, and Sacrament .................................................. 251 XXXVI: Of the Word of God, and of Prophets .......................... 257 XXXVII: Of Miracles and their Use .......................................... 269 XXXVIII: Of the Signification in Scripture of Eternal Life, Hell, Salvation, the World to Come, and Redemption ...................... 275 XXXIX: Of the Signification in Scripture of the Word Church. 288 XL: Of the Rights of the Kingdom of God, in Abraham, Moses, the High Priests, and the Kings of Judah ....................................... 290 XLI: Of the Office of our Blessed Saviour ................................ 299 XLII: Of Power Ecclesiastical ................................................... 305 XLIII: Of What is Necessary for a Man’s Reception into the Kingdom of Heaven ................................................................. 365 The Fourth Part: Of the Kingdom of Darkness .............................. 378 XLIV: Of Spiritual Darkness From Misinterpretation of Scripture .............................................................................. 378 XLV: Of Demonology and Other Relics of the Religion of the Gentiles .................................................................................... 399
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Leviathan/5 XLVI: Of Darkness from Vain Philosophy and Fabulous Traditions ............................................................................. 415
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