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Appropriating Hobbes : legacies in political, legal, and international thought / David Boucher.

By: Boucher, David, 1951-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: B1247 .B68 2018Publication: Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press, 2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: vi, 238 p.ISBN: 0198817215; 9780198817215.Subject(s): Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679 | Political science -- Philosophy
Contents:
Introduction: Appropriating Hobbes in context -- Hobbes among the philosophical idealists: a will that is actual, but not general -- Understanding Hobbes: philosophy versus ideology -- Constraining Leviathan: power versus authority in Hobbes, Schmitt, and Oakeshott -- Hobbes among the classic jurists: natural law versus the law of nations -- Hobbes among the legal positivists: sovereign or society? -- Hobbes among international relations thinkers: international political theory -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Appropriating Hobbes in context -- Hobbes among the philosophical idealists: a will that is actual, but not general -- Understanding Hobbes: philosophy versus ideology -- Constraining Leviathan: power versus authority in Hobbes, Schmitt, and Oakeshott -- Hobbes among the classic jurists: natural law versus the law of nations -- Hobbes among the legal positivists: sovereign or society? -- Hobbes among international relations thinkers: international political theory -- Conclusion.

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