Thomas Hobbes and the Political Philosophy of Glory

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Name Index
A
Acton, Lord158
Adam47, 160, 170
Aesop 50
Alcibiades 54, 62, 76
Alexander, the Great44
America122
Archidamus66, 77
Aristophanes58
Aristotlexi,45-6, 51, 62, 98, 175fn
Athens55, 76, 78-9, 81-83, 177fn
Aubrey, Johnxii,11, 22, 31, 45-6, 49, 90, 93, 97, 108, 141, 159, 167
Augustine, Saint45, 47, 159
Augustus, Emperor44
B
Bacon, Francis45-6, 49-51, 176fn
Barber, Richardxii
Barry, Brian140
Bentham, Jeremy111, 162
Bertman, Martin175fn, 179fn
Bobbio, Norberto155, 181fn
Borger, R.180fn
Brandt, Frithiof174-5fn
Brennan, Geoffrey68, 177fn
Brown, C. W.176-7fn
Buchanan, James68, 177fn
Burke, Edmund157
C
Camus, Albert7-8, 167-73, 183fn
Castiglione, Baldassare45, 176fn
Cavendish, the Hon. Charles (2nd son of the 2nd Earl of Devonshire) 38, 48
Cavendish, William, 2nd Earl of Devonshire183fn
Cicero 45, 50
Cioffi, F.180fn
Commodus 44
Conan Doyle, Arthur179fn
Coram, Alexander180
Corcyra56, 59-60, 63-6, 83
Creon 64-5
Cromwell, Oliver61
Cupid 97
D
de' Medici, Cosimo, see Medici
de Sluse, René-François, see Sluse
Descartes, René32-3, 38, 89, 91, 94-5, 143, 179fn, 181fn
Devonshire, see Cavendish
Diodotus 65, 80-1
du Prat, François, see Prat
du Verdus, François, see Verdus

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