This is an essay by the philosopher Thomas Hobbes, first published posthumously in 1681. In the essay Hobbes sets forth his mature reflections of the relations between reason and law, and proposes a separation in the functions of government in the interests of common sense and humanity, without visibly violating his dictum that the sharing or division of sovereignty is an absurdity. This edition seeks to provide an accessible and dependable text.
- Contributor: Thomas Hobbes
- Imprint: University of Chicago Press
- ISBN13: 9780226345413
- Number of Pages: 176
- Packaged Dimensions: 16x23x1mm
- Packaged Weight: 284
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
- Release Date: 1997-04-16
- Binding: Paperback / softback
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