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“Of the NATURALL CONDITION of Mankind”: Reflections on the Ontology of “The State of Nature” in Chapter XIII of Hobbes's Leviathan

“Of the NATURALL CONDITION of Mankind”: Reflections on the Ontology of “The State of Nature” in... D e c e m b e r 2001 13 “OF THF. NATURATI. C O N D IT IO N OF MANKIND”·. REFLECTIONS O N T H E O N TO LO G Y O F “T H E STATE OF NATURE” IN CHAPTER X III O F H O B B E S’S LE V IA TH A N . . . the pains left another, will be onely to consider, i f he also f i n d not the same in himself. ( I I ) 1 T h e tim e has lo n g since p assed in H o b b es studies w h en we co u ld m istake th e “state o f n a t u r e ” f o r som e actual tim e a n d p la c e . T h e q u e s tio n to w h a t th e te r m “sta te o f n a t u r e ” in H o b b e s ’s Leviathan actually refers has m ainly b e e n tre a te d by http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png English Language Notes Duke University Press

“Of the NATURALL CONDITION of Mankind”: Reflections on the Ontology of “The State of Nature” in Chapter XIII of Hobbes's Leviathan

English Language Notes , Volume 39 (2) – Dec 1, 2001

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Copyright © 2001 Regents of the University of Colorado
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0013-8282
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2573-3575
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10.1215/00138282-39.2.13
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D e c e m b e r 2001 13 “OF THF. NATURATI. C O N D IT IO N OF MANKIND”·. REFLECTIONS O N T H E O N TO LO G Y O F “T H E STATE OF NATURE” IN CHAPTER X III O F H O B B E S’S LE V IA TH A N . . . the pains left another, will be onely to consider, i f he also f i n d not the same in himself. ( I I ) 1 T h e tim e has lo n g since p assed in H o b b es studies w h en we co u ld m istake th e “state o f n a t u r e ” f o r som e actual tim e a n d p la c e . T h e q u e s tio n to w h a t th e te r m “sta te o f n a t u r e ” in H o b b e s ’s Leviathan actually refers has m ainly b e e n tre a te d by

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English Language NotesDuke University Press

Published: Dec 1, 2001

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