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A dialogue between a Philosopher and a student of the Common Laws of ENgland

Hobbes, Thomas

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ISBN 10: 0226345408 / ISBN 13: 9780226345406
Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 1971
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Edited with an introduction by Joseph Cropsey. vii, 168p., b/w front., dj. Bookseller Inventory # 025076

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Title: A dialogue between a Philosopher and a ...

Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London

Publication Date: 1971

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

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This little-known late writing of Hobbes reveals an unexplored dimension of his famous doctrine of sovereignty. The essay was first published posthumously in 1681, and from 1840 to 1971 only a generally unreliable edition has been in print. This edition provides the first dependable and easily accessible text of Hobbes's <i>Dialogue.</i> In the <i>Dialogue,</i> Hobbes sets forth his mature reflections of the relation between reason and law, reflections more &quot;liberal&quot; than those found in <i>Leviathan</i> and his other well-known writings. Hobbes proposes a separation of the functions of government in the interest of common sense and humaneness without visibly violating his dictum that the sharing or division of sovereignty is an absurdity. This new edition of the <i>Dialogue</i> is a significant contribution to our understanding of seventeenth-century political philosophy.<br /><br />&quot;Hobbes students are indebted to Professor Cropsey for this scholarly and accessible edition of <i>Dialogue.</i>&quot;&#x2014;J. Roland Pennock, <i>American Political Science Review</i><br /><br />&quot;An invaluable aid to the study of Hobbes.&quot;&#x2014;<i>Review of Metaphysics</i>

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<b>Joseph Cropsey</b> (1919-2012) was a&nbsp;distinguished service professor emeritus in the department of political science at the University of Chicago, where he taught since 1958. He previously was on the faculty of the City College of New York and the&nbsp;New School for Social Research. His scholarly work examined classical&nbsp;political&nbsp;thinkers such as&nbsp;Socrates and&nbsp;Plato, as well as the foundations of modern liberalism in&nbsp;Thomas Hobbes and Adam Smith. He&nbsp;also collaborated with&nbsp;Leo Strauss, co-editing the inflential overview of Western political thought <i>History of Political Philosophy</i>.

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