Abbreviations and References
The following abbreviations and short-title references are used throughout the book.
BL British Library, London.
BN Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
Bodl Bodleian Library, Oxford.
EW The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, ed. W. Molesworth, 11 vols. (London, 1839-45).
Hartlib papers (electronic edition) Sheffield University Library, Hartlib MSS: transcription edited by M. Greengrass and M. Leslie, published on CD ROM by University Microfilms International (Ann Arbor, Mich., 1995).
Hobbes, Correspondence Hobbes, The Correspondence, ed. N. Malcolm, 2 vols., Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes, VI, VII (Oxford, 1994).
Hobbes, Elements of Law Hobbes, The Elements of Law, Natural and Politic, ed. F. Tönnies (London, 1889). (Quotations are from this edition; references are to chapter and article numbers.)
Hobbes, Leviathan Hobbes, Leviathan (London, 1651). (All references are to the page numbers of this edition; these page numbers can be found also in the modern editions edited by W. G. Pogson-Smith, by C. B. McPherson, and by R. Tuck.)
Mersenne, Correspondance M. Mersenne, Correspondance, ed. C. de Waard et al., 17 vols. (Paris, 1933-88).
OL Thomae Hobbes malmesburiensis opera philosophica quae latine scripsit omnia, ed. W. Molesworth, 5 vols. (London, 1839-45).

Where appropriate, references to Hobbes's works are given in the form of the chapter and article number (e.g. 'De cive, V.7', 'De corpore XI.2'); these are equally valid for all editions. For De cive, the text cited is the edition by Warrender, and the translation that by Tuck and Silverthorne (except where otherwise stated). For other printed works by Hobbes, I normally cite from the first edition; where the work is not divided into chapters and articles, I also give a page-reference to EW or OL.

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