Leviathan eBook

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than ordinarily they use to be by others.  But I have done it with due submission, and also (in order to my Subject) necessarily; for they are the Outworks of the Enemy, from whence they impugne the Civill Power.  If notwithstanding this, you find my labour generally decryed, you may be pleased to excuse your selfe, and say that I am a man that love my own opinions, and think all true I say, that I honoured your Brother, and honour you, and have presum’d on that, to assume the Title (without your knowledge) of being, as I am,

Sir,

Your most humble, and most obedient servant,
Thomas Hobbes.

Paris Aprill 15/25 1651.

THE CONTENTS OF THE CHAPTERS

THE FIRST PART

OF MAN

INTRODUCTION

1.  Of sense

2.  Of imagination

3.  Of the consequences or Train of imaginations

4.  Of speech

5.  Of reason and science

6.  Of the interiour beginnings of voluntary motions, commonly called the passions; and the speeches by which they are expressed

7.  Of the ends or resolutions of discourse

8.  Of the vertues, commonly called Intellectuall, and their contrary defects

9.  Of the severall subjects of knowledge

10.  Of power, worth, dignity, honour, and worthinesse

11.Of the difference of manners

12.  Of religion

13.  Of the naturall condition of mankind as concerning their felicity and misery

14.  Of the first and second naturall lawes, and of contract

15.  Of other lawes of nature

16.  Of persons, authors, and things personated

THE SECOND PART

OF COMMON-WEALTH

17.  Of the causes, generation, and definition of A common-wealth

18.  Of the rights of Soveraignes by institution

19.  Of severall kinds of common-wealth by institution; and of SUCCESION to the Soveraign power

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