- Title Pages
- 1 The Theocratic <i>Leviathan</i>
- 2 Natural Sovereignty and Omnipotence in Hobbes’s <i>Leviathan</i>
- 3 First Impressions
- 4 Tolerance as a Dimension of Hobbes’s Absolutism
- 5 Hobbes on the Motives of Martyrs
- 6 Hobbes, Calvinism, and Determinism
- 7 Mosaic Leviathan
- 8 Devil in the Details
- 9 The Politics of Hobbes’s <i>Historia Ecclesiastica</i>
- 10 A Profile in Cowardice? Hobbes, Personation, and the Trinity
- 11 Hobbes and the Future of Religion
- 12 Hobbes and Early English Deism
- 13 All the Wars of Christendom
- 14 Religious Conflict and Moral Consensus
- 15 Hobbes on the Duty Not to Act on Conscience
- (p.1) Introduction
- Hobbes on Politics and Religion
Laurens van Apeldoorn
- Oxford University Press
This volume investigates the complex and rich intersections between Thomas Hobbes’s political and religious thought. Hobbes is often credited with being one of the first great theorists of the modern state,1 but the state he theorized, as the title of his most famous work announces, was a commonwealth ecclesiastical and civil. One of the main goals of ...
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