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" For it is not the Roman clergy only, that pretends the Kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state. "
A House Built on Sand: Exposing Postmodernist Myths About Science - Pagina 254
geredigeerd door - 1998 - 336 pagina’s
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes, Thucydides, Homer - 1839 - 11 pagina’s
...end thereof worse than the beginning ? For it is not the Roman clergy only, that pretends the kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state. And this is all I had a design to say, concerning the doctrine of the POLITICS. Which...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes, Thucydides, Homer - 1839 - 11 pagina’s
...end thereof worse than the beginning ? For it is not the Roman clergy only, that pretends the kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state. And this is all I had a design to say, concerning the doctrine of the POLITICS. Which...
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Religious Thought in England, from the Reformation to the End of ..., Volume 1

John Hunt - 1870
...end thereof worse than the beginning? For it is not the Roman clergy only that pretend the kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the Civil State.' We have already alluded to Hobbes' general agreement How far with what is considered...
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Religious thought in England from the Reformation to the end of ..., Volume 1

1870
...end thereof worse than the beginning? For it is not the Roman clergy only that pretend the kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a pmver therein, distinct from that of the Civil State.' We have already alluded to Hobbes' general agreement...
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Hobbes's Leviathan ; Harrington's Oceana ; Famous Pamphlets: A. D ..., Deel 1795

Thomas Hobbes - 1889 - 916 pagina’s
...end thereof worse than the beginning ? For it is not the Roman clergy only, that pretends the kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state. And this is all I had a design to say concerning the doctrine of the "Politics." Which...
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Thomas Hobbes in His Time, Volume 1

Ralph Gilbert Ross, Herbert Wallace Schneider, Theodore Waldmann - 150 pagina’s
...tending to the subversion thereof (chap. XLII). It is not the Roman clergy only that pretends the Kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state. And this is all I had a design to say concerning the doctrine of the politics, which when...
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Hobbes's Political Theory

Deborah Baumgold - 1988 - 211 pagina’s
...vi, 14, p. 125; De Cive xviii, 13, pp. 26263; Leviathan 42, pp. 530-31. 79 Although Hobbes knows that "it is not the Romane Clergy onely, that pretends...Power therein, distinct from that of the Civill State" (Leviathan 47, p. 714). 80 Ibid. 33, p. 427 (emphasis omitted); see De Cive xvii, 22, pp. 236-37. Chapter...
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The Political Economy of Merchant Empires: State Power and World Trade, 1350 ...

James D. Tracy - 1997 - 504 pagina’s
...ecclesiastical authority - when he warned that "it is not the Roman clergy only, that pretends the Kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state."27 He might have meant Calvin's Geneva,28 he certainly meant the English Puritans, and...
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Thomas Hobbes: Critical Assessments, Volume 1

Preston T. King - 1993 - 544 pagina’s
...end thereof worse than the beginning. For it is not the Roman Clergy only that pretends the Kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the Civil state.'35 It is vital to recognize that the 'power of darkness' that Hobbes analyses in Part...
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Leviathan

Thomas Hobbes - 2008 - 512 pagina’s
...end thereof worse than the beginning? For it is not the Roman clergy only, that pretends the kingdom of God to be of this world, and thereby to have a power therein, distinct from that of the civil state. And this is all I had a design to say, concerning the doctrine of the POLITICS. Which...
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