Leviathan or the Matter, Forme, & Power of a Common-wealth,

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Leviathan or the Matter, Forme, & Power of a Common-wealth,

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Leviathan or the Matter, Forme, & Power of a Common-wealth, Ecclesiasticall and Civill
by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury

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Table of Contents

• Contents
• Introduction
• The First Part: Of Man
• I: Of Sense
• II: Of Imagination
• III: Of the Consequence or Train of Imaginations
• IV: Of Speech
• V: Of Reason and Science
• VI: Of the Interior Beginnings of Voluntary Notions, Commonly called the Passions; and the Speeches by which They are Expressed
• VII: Of the Ends or Resolutions of Discourse
• VIII: Of the Virtues Commonly called Intellectual; and theirContrary Defects
• IX: Of the Several Subject of Knowledge
• X: Of Power, Worth, Dignity, Honour and Worthiness
• XI: Of the Difference of Manners
• XII: Of Religion
• XIII: Of the Natural Condition of Mankind as Concerning their Felicity and Misery
• XIV: Of the First and Second Natural Laws, and Of Contracts
• XV: Of Other Laws of Nature
• XVI: Of Persons, Authors, and Things Personated
• The Second Part: Of Commonwealth
• XVII: Of the Causes, Generation, and Definition of a Commonwealth
• XVIII: Of the Rights of Sovereigns by Institution
• XIX: Of the Several Kinds of Commonwealth by Institution, and of Succession to the Sovereign Power
• XX: Of Dominion Paternal and Despotical
• XXI: Of the Liberty of Subjects
• XXII: Of Systems Subject Political and Private
• XXIII: Of the Public Ministers of Sovereign Power
• XXIV: Of the Nutrition and Procreation of a Commonwealth
• XXV: Of Counsel
• XXVI: Of Civil Laws
• XXVII: Of Crimes, Excuses, and Extenuations
• XXVIII: Of Punishments and Rewards
• XXIX: Of Those Things that Weaken or Tend to the Dissolution of a Commonwealth
• XXX: Of the Office of the Sovereign Representative
• XXXI: Of the Kingdom of God by Nature
• The Third Part: Of a Christian Commonwealth
• XXXII: Of the Principles of Christian Politics
• XXXIII: Of the Number, Antiquity, Scope, Authority, and Interpreters of the Books of Holy Scripture
• XXXIV: Of the Signification of Spirit, Angel, and Inspiration in the Books of Holy Scripture
• XXXV: Of the Signification in Scripture of Kingdom of God, of Holy, Sacred, and Sacrament
• XXXVI: Of the Word of God, and of Prophets
• XXXVII: Of Miracles and their Use
• XXXVIII: Of the Signification in Scripture of Eternal Life, Hell, Salvation, the World to Come, and Redemption
• XXXIX: Of the Signification in Scripture of the Word Church
• XL: Of the Rights of the Kingdom of God, in Abraham, Moses, the High Priests, and the Kings of Judah
• XLI: Of the Office of our Blessed Saviour
• XLII: Of Power Ecclesiastical
• XLIII: Of What is Necessary for a Man’s Reception into the Kingdom of Heaven
• The Fourth Part: Of the Kingdom of Darkness
• XLIV: Of Spiritual Darkness From Misinterpretation of Scripture
• XLV: Of Demonology and Other Relics of the Religion of the Gentiles
• XLVI: Of Darkness from Vain Philosophy and Fabulous Traditions
• XLVII: Of the Benefit that Proceedeth from such Darkness, and to Whom it Accrueth
• A Review and Conclusion

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