Hobbes and History

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Graham Alan John Rogers, Tom Sorell
Routledge, 2000 - History - 192 pages
Much of Thomas Hobbes's work can be read as historical commentary, taking up questions in the philosophy of history and the rhetorical possibilities of written history. This collection of scholarly essays explores the relation of Hobbes's work to history as a branch of learning.

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University of Keele

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