A series of essays which assess Thomas Hobbes, the seventeenth-century English philosopher, in terms of his own time, counteracting much contemporary misunderstanding of his ideas and aims. All the essays except one by John Dewey were written especially for this book. Other contributors include the editors of the volume and Paul Johnson and Craig Walton.
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