Died: Dec. 4, 1679 - Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, England
Hobbes was a graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford in 1608. He designed a natural philosophy based on the laws of motion and was an important political theorist of the 17th century. His main works consisted of a triology, De Cive, Concerning Citizens (1642), De Corpore, Concerning Body (1655), and De Homine, Concerning Man (1658). His political theories were expressed in Leviathan (1651) and De Corpore Politico, or Elements of Law, Natural and Politic. His work also included numerous translations and essays.
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The Elements of Law Natural and Politic
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