Fb2 Strong Wits and Spider Webs: A Study in Hobbes's Philosophy of Language (Avebury Series in Philosophy) ePub
by Deborah Hansen Soles
|Author:||Deborah Hansen Soles|
|Publisher:||Avebury (November 1, 1996)|
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Hobbes’s moral philosophy has been less influential than his political philosophy, in part because that theory is too ambiguous to have garnered any general consensus as to its content. Most scholars have taken Hobbes to have affirmed some sort of personal relativism or subjectivism; but views that Hobbes espoused divine command theory, virtue ethics, rule egoism, or a form of projectivism also find support in Hobbes’s texts and among scholars
Hobbes’s moral philosophy and political philosophy are intertwined; his moral thought is based around ideas of human nature, which determine the interactions that make up his political philosophy