Routledge Library Editions: 17th Century Philosophy
Reissuing works originally published between 1927 and 1992, this collection offers excellent scholarship on Spinoza, Hobbes, Locke, Leibniz and other philosophers, covering a wide array of subjects. Political theory, ethics and education are all represented in these volumes, with one book particularly focusing on the Soviet interpretation of Spinoza’s thought. The last two texts are translations of Spinoza’s correspondence and his oldest biography. This is a comprehensive collection for a philosophy library.
Table of Contents
1. Private and Public: Individuals, Households, and Body Politic in Locke and Hutcheson Daniela Gobetti 2. Speculum Spinozanum, 1677-1977Edited by Siegfried Hessing 3. John Locke: Prophet of Common Sense M. V. C. Jeffreys 4. Spinoza in Soviet Philosophy: A series of Essays Translated and Edited by G. L. Kline 5. Rhetoric and Philosophy in Hobbes' Leviathan Raia Prokhovnik 6. The Liberal Politics of John Locke Martin Seliger 7. Ideas of Contract in English Political Thought in the Age of John Locke Martyn P. Thompson 8. Leibniz' Doctrine of Necessary Truth Margaret Dauler Wilson 9. The Oldest Biography of Spinoza Translated and edited by A. Wolf 10. The Correspondence of Spinoza Translated and edited by A. Wolf