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The Influence of Hobbes and Locke in the shaping of the concept of sovereignty in eighteenth-century France

SVEC
Vol. No.
Vol. No.: 

101

Author: 
Ian M. Wilson
Publication Date
Publication Date: 
1973
ISBN
ISBN: 
978-0-7294-0186-9
Pages
Pages: 
290
Price Sterling (£): 
35

About the Book

About the Book: 


I. Hobbes: a synopsis of his doctrine relative to sovereignty

II. Locke: a synopsis of his doctrine in relation to the concept of sovereignty

III. The Diffusion of Hobbes's views on the concept of sovereignty in French political thought before 1735

IV. The Diffusion of Locke's political theories in French political thought before 1735

V. Barbeyrac on Hobbes

VI. Barbeyrac on Locke

VII. The Influence of Hobbes on Montesquieu

VIII. The Influence of Locke on Montesquieu

IX. Hobbes in the Encyclopédie

X. Locke in the Encyclopédie

XI. Hobbes in the French and Dutch gazettes, 1735-1767

XII. Locke in the French and Dutch gazettes

XIII. Hobbes in Burlamaqui

XIV. Hobbes in Réal de Curban

XV. Locke in Réal de Curban

XVI. Hobbes in Martin Hübner

XVII. General references and allusions to Hobbes in the period 1735-1767

XVIII. General references and allusions to Locke in the period 1735-1767

XIX. Hobbes and his influence on Rousseau

XX. Locke and his influence on Rousseau

XXI. Hobbes: conclusion

XXII. Locke: conclusion

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