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21) Thomas Hobbes, De Cive: The Latin Version Entitled in the First Edition Elementorum Philosophiae Sectio Tertia De Cive, and in Later Editions Elementa Philosophica De Cive, edited by Howard Warrender (Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Clarendon Press, 1983), 164.
In like manner, they who maintain the world not to be created, but eternal, because there can be no cause of an eternal thing, in denying the world to have a cause, they deny also that there is a God (De Cive, XV, XIV (Hobbes, 1966, II, 213, 214)).
Skinner does an excellent job demonstrating how the philosophical points Hobbes wanted to make in De Cive and Leviathan are quite similar; the major difference is that they are presented in startlingly different ways.
Solo queda mencionar una duda que se presenta con respecto a la formulacion que Hobbes hace de la primera ley natural en cada uno de sus libros, Leviatan y De Cive.
Spinoza is here probably thinking of that passage in De Cive where Hobbes identifies reason with the desire for honors and glory for "man scarce esteems anything good, which hath not somewhat of eminence in the enjoyment more than that which others do possess.
Chapter 3 of De cive, most of which is devoted to elaborating some 20 laws of nature, concludes with a consideration of the "dispositions of the mind" exhibited by "a just man.
In Hobbes' account in De Cive also the claim of natural right arises from an instinct for preservation.
De Cive cited above--the insight may actually have been derived the
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El cuarto capitulo se dedica a De Cive o Tratado sobre el ciudadano, la obra que otorgo a Hobbes fama internacional y que, segun su autor, marco el inicio de la filosofia civil.
Lloyd apoya su opinion en una de las notas que Hobbes agrega en la segunda edicion del De Cive (2000)
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Die Naturzustandstheorie des Thomas Hobbes: Eine vergleichende Analyse von The Elements of Law, De Cive und den englischen und lateinischen Fassungen des Leviathan.
The study is framed by the divisions between nature and the city, or Libertas and Imperium--in the frontispiece to Hobbes's De Cive (reproduced in Brett's introduction)--divisions which nevertheless are interpenetrated in various ways in Hobbes's thought.
El Hobbes que en su obra De cive (1642) afirma que hay que estudiar el Estado como se estudian los relojes, porque los dos estan hechos de piezas mecanicas.