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  • HOBBES (T.) — Thomas Hobbes appartient pratiquement à la génération de Descartes (il naît au moment où la Grande Armada menace l’Angleterre), mais sa longévité (il meurt à quatre vingt onze ans), la lenteur avec laquelle il élabore son œuvre laissent croire… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Hobbes (Calvin and Hobbes) — Infobox comic strip character character= Hobbes caption= According to Calvin, Hobbes is always a little loopy when he comes out of the dryer. comic= Calvin and Hobbes species= Sumatran Tiger creator= Bill Watterson first= November 18, 1985Hobbes… …   Wikipedia

  • Hobbes, Thomas — born April 5, 1588, Westport, Wiltshire, Eng. died Dec. 4, 1679, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire English philosopher and political theorist. The son of a vicar who abandoned his family, Hobbes was raised by his uncle. After graduating from the… …   Universalium

  • Hobbes — Thomas Hobbes Thomas Hobbes Philosophe occidental XVIIe siècle …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hobbes, Thomas — (1588–1679) English philosopher, mathematician, and linguist. Hobbes was born of an impoverished clerical family in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. He was fond of the joke that his mother fell into labour with him on hearing the rumour of the Spanish… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • Hobbes, Thomas — (1588 1679)    Hobbes traced his life long fear of disorder to his premature birth when his mother heard of the advance of the Spanish Armada. This fear of disorder exhibits itself not only in the subject matter of Hobbes s books, in particular… …   Christian Philosophy

  • Hobbes, Thomas — (1588 1679) An English philosopher and social theorist of the Enlightenment. Hobbes s most influential writings in political philosophy span the period of the English Civil War, and are widely interpreted as an intellectual response to the… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Hobbes, Thomas — (1588–1679)    Philosopher.    Hobbes was educated at the University of Oxford, England, and acted as tutor to the Cavendish family.    He spent the years 1640–51 in exile in France where he was the tutor of Charles, Prince of Wales, son of the… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Hobbes —   [hɔbz], Thomas, englischer Philosoph, * Westport (heute zu Malmesbury, County Wiltshire) 5. 4. 1588, ✝ Hardwick Hall 4. 12. 1679; studierte in Oxford, war dann Hauslehrer in der Familie der Grafen von Devonshire (diese Stellung behielt er mit… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hobbes Dino Cecchini — Hobbes Dino Cecchini[1] (* 10. Mai 1906 in Lucca; † 23. Juli 1986 in Aligheri, Provinz Sassari) war ein italienischer Drehbuchautor und Filmregisseur. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Stücke (Auswahl) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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