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

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

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

Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, 101

1973

December 31st, 1973

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Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Cover1
Half Title2
Title Page4
Copyright Page5
Dedication6
FOREWORD8
Table of Contents12
I. Hobbes: a synopsis of his doctrine relative to sovereignty14
II. Locke: a synopsis of his doctrine in relation to the concept of sovereignty30
III. The Diffusion of Hobbes’s views on the concept of sovereignty in French political thought before 173546
IV. The Diffusion of Locke’s political theories in French political thought before 173566
V. Barbeyrac on Hobbes76
VI. Barbeyrac on Locke84
VII. The Influence of Hobbes on Montesquieu90
VIII. The Influence of Locke on Montesquieu100
IX. Hobbes in the Encyclopédie120
X. Locke in the Encyclopédie140
XI. Hobbes in the French and Dutch gazettes, 1735-1767148
XII. Locke in the French and Dutch gazettes164
XIII. Hobbes in Burlamaqui166
XIV. Hobbes in Réal de Curban174
XV. Locke in Réal de Curban182
XVI. Hobbes in Martin Hübner188
XVII. General references and allusions to Hobbes in the period 1735-1767206
XVIII. General references and allusions to Locke in the period 1735-1767218
XIX. Hobbes and his influence on Rousseau228
XX. Locke and his influence on Rousseau250
XXI. Hobbes: conclusion266
XXII. Locke: conclusion280
Bibliography288