The Elements of Law - Natural and Politic - Thomas Hobbes

The Elements of Law - Natural and Politic

Autor Thomas Hobbes

  • Fecha de publicación: 2015-01-24
  • Género: Filosofía

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The Elements of Law - Natural and Politic
Thomas Hobbes, english philosopher (1588-1679)

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Table of Contents
-01- About this book
-02- DEDICATION
-03- PART I. HUMAN NATURE
-04- CHAPTER I. THE GENERAL DIVISION OF MAN'S NATURAL FACULTIES
-05- CHAPTER II. THE CAUSE OF SENSE
-06- CHAPTER III. OF IMAGINATION AND THE KINDS THEREOF
-07- CHAPTER IV. OF THE SEVERAL KINDS OF DISCURSION OF THE MIND
-08- CHAPTER V. OF NAMES, REASONING, AND DISCOURSE OF THE TONGUE
-09- CHAPTER VI. OF A KNOWLEDGE, OPINION AND RELIEF
-10- CHAPTER VII. OF DELIGHT AND PAIN
-11- CHAPTER VIII. OF THE PLEASURES OF THE SENSES
-12- CHAPTER IX. OF THE PASSIONS OF THE MIND
-13- CHAPTER X. OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEN IN THESE DISCERNING FACULTY AND THE CAUSE
-14- CHAPTER XI. WHAT IMAGINATIONS AND PASSIONS MEN HAVE, AT THE NAMES OF THINGS SUPERNATURAL
-15- CHAPTER XII. HOW BY DELIBERATION FROM PASSIONS PROCEED MEN'S ACTIONS
-16- CHAPTER XIII. HOW BY LANGUAGE MEN WORK UPON EACH OTHER'S MINDS
-17- CHAPTER XIV. OF THE ESTATE AND RIGHT OF NATURE
-18- CHAPTER XV. OF THE DIVESTING NATURAL RIGHT BY GIFT AND COVENANT
-19- CHAPTER XVI. SOME OF THE LAWS OF NATURE
-20- CHAPTER XVII. OTHER LAWS OF NATURE
-21- CHAPTER XVIII. A CONFIRMATION OF THE SAME OUT OF THE WORD OF GOD
-22- CHAPTER XIX. OF THE NECESSITY AND DEFINITION OF A BODY POLITIC
-23- PART II. DE CORPORE POLITICO
-24- CHAPTER XX. OF THE REQUISITES TO THE CONSTITUTION OF A COMMONWEALTH
-25- CHAPTER XXI. OF THE THREE SORTS OF COMMONWEALTH
-26- CHAPTER XXII. OF THE POWER OF MASTERS
-27- CHAPTER XXIII. OF THE POWER OF FATHERS, AND OF PATRIMONIAL KINGDOM
-28- CHAPTER XXIV. THE INCOMMODITIES OF SEVERAL SORTS OF GOVERNMENT COMPARED
-29- CHAPTER XXV. THAT SUBJECTS ARE NOT BOUND TO FOLLOW THEIR PRIVATE JUDGMENTS IN CONTROVERSIES OF RELIGION
-30- CHAPTER XXVI. THAT SUBJECTS ARE NOT BOUND TO FOLLOW THE JUDGMENT OF ANY AUTHORITIES IN CONTROVERSIES OF RELIGION
-31- CHAPTER XXVII. OF THE CAUSES OF REBELLION
-32- CHAPTER XXVIII. OF THE DUTY OF THEM THAT HAVE SOVEREIGN POWER
-33- CHAPTER XXIX. OF THE NATURE AND KINDS OF LAWS