Hobbs's Tripos, in three discourses : the first, Humane nature, or the fundamental elements of policy, being a discovery of the faculties, acts and passions of the soul of man, from their original causes, according to such philosophical principles as are not commonly known, or asserted ; the second, De corpore politico, or the elements of law, moral and politick, with discourses upon several heads, as of the law of nature, oaths and covenants; several kinds of governments, with the changes and revolutions of them ; the third, Of liberty and necessity, wherein all controversie, concerning predestination, election, free-will, grace, merits, reprobation, is fully decided and cleared / by Tho. Hobbs of Malmsbury.
|Main Author:||Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679.|
|Related Names:||Hobbes, Thomas 1588-1679., Hobbes, Thomas 1588-1679., Hobbes, Thomas 1588-1679.|
London : Printed for Matt. Gilliflower, Henry Rogers, booksellers in Westminster Hall, and Tho. Fox next the Fleece Tavern in Fleetstreet, and at the Angel in Westminster-Hall, MDLXXXIV 
The third edition.
Free will and determinism
> Early works to 1800.
Political science > Early works to 1800.
Natural law > Early works to 1800.
, 317,  p. ;
19 cm (8vo)
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