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Thomas Hobbes

Hobbs’s tripos, in three discourses: the first, Humane nature, or the fundamental elements of policy. Being a discovery of the faculties, acts and passions of the soul of man, from their original causes, according to such philosophical principles as are not commonly known, or asserted. The second, De corpore politico. Or the elements of law, moral and politick, with discourses upon several heads, as of the law of nature, oaths and covenants; several kinds of governments, with the changes and revolutions of them. The third, Of liberty and necessity; wherein all controversie, concerning predestination, election, free-will, grace, merits, reprobation, is fully decided and cleared. The third edition. By Tho. Hobbs of Malmsbury.

London: Printed for Matt. Gilliflower, Henry Rogers, booksellers in Westminster Hall, and Tho. Fox next the Fleece Tavern in Fleetstreet, and at the Angel in Westminster-Hall , 1684.
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Hobbs’s tripos, in three discourses: the first, Humane nature, or the fundamental elements of policy. Being a discovery of the faculties, acts and passions of the soul of man, from their original causes, according to such philosophical principles as are not commonly known, or asserted. The second, De corpore politico. Or the elements of law, moral and politick, with discourses upon several heads, as of the law of nature, oaths and covenants; several kinds of governments, with the changes and revolutions of them. The third, Of liberty and necessity; wherein all controversie, concerning predestination, election, free-will, grace, merits, reprobation, is fully decided and cleared. The third edition. By Tho. Hobbs of Malmsbury. Library Average
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John Cochran1/4/17901/8/1790Hobbes Tripos
Cornelius I. Bogart4/14/17904/14/1790Hobbs Trips
Lieut. Col. George Turnbull1/12/17911/15/1791Hobby Tripos
DeWitt Clinton3/31/17914/7/1791Hobb's Tripos
Charlotte Shipman6/16/18027/6/18026dHobbs Tripos
Charlotte Shipman7/6/18027/24/18024d"
Peter Wilson7/15/18037/23/1803Hobbs Tripos
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