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On the Clarendon Edition of Hobbes’s Leviathan : A Response

On the Clarendon Edition of Hobbes’s Leviathan : A Response Abstract: This article responds to the previous articles in this issue on the new Clarendon Edition of Hobbes’s Leviathan. It focuses in particular on points raised by Kinch Hoekstra, concerning such matters as Hobbes’s theory about the nullity of grants of essential sovereign powers, the intended readership of the text, the nature of Hobbes’s political re-positioning in the “Review, and Conclusion” at the end of the book, and the iconography of the famous engraved title page. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the History of Ideas University of Pennsylvania Press

On the Clarendon Edition of Hobbes’s Leviathan : A Response

Journal of the History of Ideas , Volume 76 (2) – Apr 29, 2015

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Abstract: This article responds to the previous articles in this issue on the new Clarendon Edition of Hobbes’s Leviathan. It focuses in particular on points raised by Kinch Hoekstra, concerning such matters as Hobbes’s theory about the nullity of grants of essential sovereign powers, the intended readership of the text, the nature of Hobbes’s political re-positioning in the “Review, and Conclusion” at the end of the book, and the iconography of the famous engraved title page.

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Journal of the History of IdeasUniversity of Pennsylvania Press

Published: Apr 29, 2015

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