New York: Barnes & Noble, (1969).
Octavo. xi,204pp. Green cloth with gold lettering on spine in original illustrated dust jacket. "Behemoth, or The Long Parliament, Hobbe's most important historical work, was his last word about the Civil War. The war was over, the King restored, but Hobbes, now aged eighty, did not believe that the nation had learned its lesson. Therefore he did not attempt to merely relate the events of 1638 to 1660 but to give a causal explanation of the Civil War. He tried to show Englishmen that their own follies had brought about their troubles; that their false notions about religion, liberty, government... more information
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