Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan

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A handful of pebbles o Amazon
Горсть гальки
Kourallinen kiviä

A handful of pebbles

Actually not just a handful, but a whole courtyard, making it difficult to run around. Even if difficult, I do not regret having read this book with a unique title Leviathan. I have the feeling that I have always since my young schoolboy times been aware of this strange book and book title. What does it really mean? Something that does not exist? Something like Utopia? Yes, really, Utopka of just Thomas Hobbes. A thoroughly, in detail described society of ordinary men and women from Shakespeare era. Not only the life, habits and environment, but also the language of the book. Just as strange orthography and word order, difficult to understand as in Shakespeare plays. And in similar manner also true! Reading this book is really an exercise of abbrakadabbra. How could one stand it all 600 pages? The answer is: with a stubborn attitude and modest expectations of outcome. But that is not all. There is an unexpected helping feature in the text itself, a very comprehensive net of subtitles all over the whole book. Many writers would gain much following the exemple of Hobbes. The frequent subtitles correct and make good what the pebble form text leaves confused. At first occasionally, but soon systemathically, I made my notes of the whole book by copying the descriptive subtitles. They are so descriptive that sometimes I doubted, whether they were originally included by Hobbes himself or introduced later by some heureka experiencing reader. Their peculiar form hints more to the original author or at least to a contemporary helper: "Eternall Torments what" or "Angel what" or "Inspiration what". My main purpse of reading is learning more than just entertaining. For learning all headings and summaries are important aids. No harm of them in entertaining, either.

With all respect to the renowned author, I cannot from my point of view give more than three stars to Leviathan.

Горсть гальки

На самом деле не просто горстка, а целый двор, мешающий бегать. Даже если это трудно, я не жалею, что прочитал эту книгу с уникальным названием Левиафан. У меня такое чувство, что я всегда, начиная с юных школьников, знал об этой странной книге и названии книги. Что это на самом деле значит? Что-то, чего не существует? Что-то вроде утопии? Да, действительно, утопка просто Томаса Гоббса. Тщательно, подробно описано общество простых мужчин и женщин эпохи Шекспира. Не только жизнь, привычки и окружение, но и язык книги. Столь же странная орфография и порядок слов, трудный для понимания, как в пьесах Шекспира. И в подобной манере тоже верно! Чтение этой книги действительно упражнение аббракадабры. Как можно выдержать все 600 страниц? Ответ: с упорным отношением и скромными ожиданиями результата. Но это еще не все. В самом тексте есть неожиданная вспомогательная функция, очень обширная сеть субтитров по всей книге. Многие писатели получили бы много, следуя примеру Гоббса. Частые субтитры корректируют и делают то, что текст из гальки оставляет запутанным. Сначала время от времени, но вскоре систематически, я делал свои записи всей книги, копируя описательные субтитры. Они настолько наглядны, что иногда я сомневался, были ли они изначально включены самим Гоббсом или позже представлены каким-то читателем, переживающим эврику. Их своеобразная форма больше напоминает первоначальному автору или, по крайней мере, современному помощнику: «Eternall Torments what», «Angel what» или «Inspiration what». Моя основная цель чтения - это больше, чем просто развлечение. Для изучения всех заголовков и резюме являются важными пособиями. Никакого вреда в развлечениях тоже нет.

При всем уважении к известному автору, я не могу, с моей точки зрения, дать Левиафану более трех звезд.

Kourallinen kiviä

Itse asiassa ei vain kourallinen, vaan koko piha, vaikeuttaen liikkumista. Vaikka vaikeaa, en kadu, että olen lukenut tämän ainutlaatuisen teoksen nimeltä Leviathan. Minulla on tunne, että olen aina nuoresta koulupoikaiästä lähtien ollut tietoinen tästä omituisesta kirjasta ja teoksen nimestä. Mitä se oikein tarkoittaa? Jotain mitä ei ole olemassa? Jotain Utopiaa? Kyllä, todella, vain Thomas Hobbesin Utopia. Siinä on perusteellisesti ja yksityiskohtaisesti kuvattu Shakespearen aikakauden tavallisten miesten ja naisten yhteiskunta. Ei vain elämä, tottumukset ja ympäristö, vaan myös kirjan kieli. Aivan yhtä omituinen ortografia ja sanajärjestys, vaikea ymmärtää kuin Shakespearen näytelmissä. Ja samalla tavalla totta! Tämän kirjan lukeminen on todella abbrakadabbran harjoitus. Kuinka kaikki 600 sivua sellaita voi sietää? Vastaus on: itsepäinen asenne ja vaatimattomat odotukset tuloksen suhteen. Mutta se ei ole kaikki. Tekstissä on odottamaton apuominaisuus, erittäin kattava aliotsikointi- ja yhteevetoverkko koko teoksessa. Monet kirjailijat hyötyisivät paljon Hobbesin esimerkistä. Usein tekstitykset korjaavat ja tekevät hyvää siitä, mitä pikkukivi-teksti jättää sekavaksi. Aluksi satunnaisesti, mutta pian systemaattisesti, tein muistiinpanot koko kirjasta kopioimalla kuvaavat välitekstit. Ne ovat niin kuvailevia, että joskus epäilin, olisiko Hobbes itse alun perin sisällyttänyt ne vai onko heureka elämyksiä kokenut lukija myöhemmin ottanut ne käyttöön. Niiden erikoinen muoto viittaa enemmän alkuperäiseen kirjailijaan tai ainakin aikalaiseen auttajaan: "Eternall Torments what" tai "Angel what" tai "Inspiration what". Tärkeintä lukemisessani on opiskelu pikemminkin kuin vain viihde. Kaikki otsikot ja yhteenvedot ovat tärkeitä apuvälineitä opiskelussa. Ei haittaa niistä myöskään viihdyttämisessä.

Kaikella kunnioituksella tunnettua kirjailijaa kohtaan en voi mielestäni antaa enemmän kuin kolme tähteä Leviathanille.
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Huomautukset Remarks Замечания

20190923 At first it seemed to me that this book is a big handful of pebbles. Now I start seeing a chain of links, possible to follow by brain breaking.

20191004 Feeling that the text sentences are confused and unclear, but the general line of argumengation is consequent and clear Pagetop

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Sisällysluettelo Contents Содержание (Code: (1,2,3,4,5))

60001 NOTE
60002 DEDICATION
10003 THE INTRODUCTION
50004 PART 1 OF MAN
7000401 CHAPTER 1 OF SENSE
10000402 CHAPTER 2 OF IMAGINATION
17000403 CHAPTER 3 OF THE CONSEQUENCE OR TRAYNE OF IMAGINATIONS
23000404 CHAPTER 4 OF SPEECH
34000405 CHAPTER 5 OF REASON, AND SCIENCE
42000406 CHAPTER 6 OF THE INTERIOUR BEGINNINGS OF VOLUNTARY MOTIONS;
55000407 CHAPTER 7 OF THE ENDS OR RESOLUTIONS OF DISCOURSE
59000408 CHAPTER 8 OF THE VERTUES COMMONLY CALLED INTELLECTUAL; AND THEIR CONTRARY DEFECTS
72000409 CHAPTER 9 OF THE SEVERALL SUBJECTS OF KNOWLEDGE
76000410 CHAPTER 10 OF POWER, WORTH, DIGNITY, HONOUR AND WORTHINESS
86000411 CHAPTER 11 OF THE DIFFERENCE OF MANNERS
86000412 20191001 Kindle
86000413 but alas! It does not suit for Kindle. No trace of where i interrupted to visit dictionary.
86000414 delay and distracting!
96000415 CHAPTER 12 OF RELIGION
111000416 CHAPTER 13 OF THE NATURALL CONDITION OF MANKIND, AS CONCERNING THEIR FELICITY, AND MISERY
117000417 CHAPTER 14 OF THE FIRST AND SECOND NATURALL LAWES, AND OF CONTRACTS
131000418 CHAPTER 15 OF OTHER LAWES OF NATURE
148000419 CHAPTER 16 OF PERSONS, AUTHORS, AND THINGS PERSONATED
1550005 PART 2 OF COMMON-WEALTH
157000501 CHAPTER 17 OF THE CAUSES, GENERATION, AND DEFINITION OF A COMMON-WEALTHt
163000502 CHAPTER 18 OF THE RIGHTS OF SOVERAIGNES BY INSTITUTION 24%
163000502011. The Subjects cannot change the forme of government
164000502022. Soveraigne Power cannot be forfeited
166000502033. No man can without injustice protest against the Institution of the Soveraigne declared by the major part
166000502044. The Soveraigns Actions cannot be justly accused by the Subject
167000502055. What soever the Soveraigne doth, is unpunishable by the Subject
167000502066. The Soveraigne is judge of what is necessary for the Peace and Defence of his Subjects And Judge of what Doctrines are fit to be taught them
168000502077. The Right of making Rules, whereby the Subject may every man know what is so his owne, as no other Subject can without injustice take it from him
169000502088. To him also belongeth the Right of all Judicature and decision of Controversies
1690005020920191015-Kindle
16900050210Another blunder of Kindle: i must click in order to get available my clipboard stuff leaving reading mode to sideways scrolling mode to reach my notes. What is the big idea here? Why canot i reach my notes directly from the reading mode?
169000502118. To him also belongeth the Right of all Judicature and decision of Controversies
169000502129. And of making War, and Peace, as he shall think best:
1700005021310. And of choosing all Counsellours, and Ministers, both of Peace, and Warre
1700005021411. And of Rewarding, and Punishing, and that (where no former Law hath determined the measure of it) arbitrary
1700005021512. And of Honour and Order
175000503 CHAPTER 19 OF THE SEVERALL KINDS OF COMMON-WEALTH BY INSTITUTION, AND OF SUCCESSION TO THE SOVERAIGNE POWER
187000504 CHAPTER 20 OF DOMINION PATERNALL AND DESPOTICALL
197000505 CHAPTER 21 OF THE LIBERTY OF SUBJECTS
210000506 CHAPTER 22 OF SYSTEMES SUBJECT, POLITICALL, AND PRIVATE
225000507 CHAPTER 23 OF THE PUBLIQUE MINISTERS OF SOVERAIGN POWER
225000508 Publique Minister Who
225000509 Ministers for the generall Administration
225000510 as for Oeconomy
225000511 For instruction of the People
225000512 For Judicature
225000513 For Execution
231000514 CHAPTER 24 OF THE NUTRITION, AND PROCREATION OF A COMMON-WEALTH
239000515 CHAPTER 25 OF COUNSELL
239000516 Counsell what
239000517 Differences between Command and Counsell
239000518 Exhortation and Dehortation what
248000519 CHAPTER 26 OF CIVILL LAWES
248000520 And not Subject to Civill Law
272000521 CHAPTER 27 OF CRIMES, EXCUSES, AND EXTENUATIONS
272000522 Sinne what
272000523 there is no Crime
272000524 Ignorance of the Law of Nature excuseth no man
272000525 Ignorance of the Civill Law excuseth sometimes
272000526 Ignorance of the Soveraign excuseth not
272000527 Ignorance of the Penalty excuseth not
272000528 excuse from greater punishments after it
272000529 Nothing can be made a Crime by a Law made after the Fact
272000530 False Principles of Right and Wrong causes of Crime
272000531 False Teachers mis-interpreting the Law of Nature
272000532 by Teachers
272000533 By their Passions;
272000534 20191025-Kindle
272000535 but i am ignorant where i am reading. Afterwards i am interested also about when i was reading this. Therefore time transferable via clipboard to notes is as important as the spot in the book. Or would you like to give a redy-made bookmark instead of just a blue stain? http://www.askokorpela.fi/AjkMye/ajk/ajkBookmarks-123.htm
272000536 Presumption of Riches
291000537 CHAPTER 28 OF PUNISHMENTS, AND REWARDS
291000538 The definition of Punishment
291000539 Right To Punish whence derived
291000540 Nor pain inflicted without publique hearing
291000541 Nor pain inflicted by Usurped power
291000542 Nor pain inflicted without respect to the future good
291000543 no Punishments
302000544 CHAPTER 29 OF THOSE THINGS THAT WEAKEN, OR TEND TO THE DISSOLUTION
302000545 Dissolution of Common-wealths proceedeth from Imperfect Institution
302000546 Want of Absolute Poweryyy
302000547 Private Judgment of Good and Evill
302000548 Erroneous conscience
302000549 Pretence of Inspiration
302000550 Subjecting the Soveraign Power to Civill Lawes
302000551 Attributing of absolute Propriety to Subjects
302000552 Dividing of the Soveraign Power
302000553 Imitation of Neighbour Nations
302000554 and Romans
302000555 Mixt Government
302000556 Want of Mony
302000557 Monopolies and abuses of Publicans
302000558 Popular men
302000559 multitude of Corporations
302000560 Liberty of disputing against Soveraign Power
302000561 Dissolution of the Common-wealthu
315000562 CHAPTER 30 OF THE OFFICE OF THE SOVERAIGN REPRESENTATIVE
315000563 The Procuration of the Good of the People
315000564 By Instruction & Lawes
315000565 Against the duty of a Soveraign to relinquish any Essentiall Right of Soveraignty; Or not to see the people taught the grounds of them
315000566 Objection of those that say there are no Principles of Reason for absolute Soveraignty
315000567 Objection from the Incapacity of the vulgar
315000568 not to affect change of Government
315000569 Nor adhere (against the Soveraign) to Popular men
315000570 Nor to Dispute the Soveraign Power
315000571 And to have dayes set apart to learn their Duty
315000572 And to Honour their Parents
315000573 And to avoid doing of Injury:
315000574 And to do all this sincerely from the heart
315000575 The use of Universities
315000576 Equall Taxes
315000577 Prevention of Idlenesse
315000578 Good Lawes what
315000579 Such as are Necessary
315000580 Such as are Perspicuous
315000581 Punishments
315000582 Rewards
315000583 Counsellours
334000584 CHAPTER 31 OF THE KINGDOME OF GOD BY NATURE
334000585 The scope of the following Chapters
334000586 Who are subjects in the kingdome of God
3490006 PART 3 OF A CHRISTIAN COMMON-WEALTH
3490007 Naturall Punishments
3490008 The Conclusion of the Second Part
3490009 The Word of God delivered by Prophets is the main principle of Christian Politiques
3490010 How God speaketh to men
3490011 By what marks Prophets are known
351001101 CHAPTER 32 OF THE PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN POLITIQUES
357001102 CHAPTER 33 OF THE NUMBER, ANTIQUITY, SCOPE, AUTHORITY, AND INTERPRETERS OF THE BOOKS OF HOLY SCRIPTURES
357001103 Of the Books of Holy Scripture
357001104 Their Antiquity
357001105 The Pentateuch not written by Moses
357001106 The Book of Joshua written after his time
357001107 The Booke of Judges and Ruth written long after the Captivity
357001108 The like of the Bookes of Samuel
357001109 and the Chronicles
357001110 Ezra and Nehemiah
357001111 Esther
357001112 Job
357001113 The Psalter
357001114 The Proverbs
357001115 Ecclesiastes and the Canticles
357001116 The Prophets
357001117 The New Testament
357001118 Their Scope
357001119 The question of the Authority of the Scriptures stated
357001120 Their Authority and Interpretation
357001121 Their Authority and Interpretation
370001122 CHAPTER 34 OF THE SIGNIFICATION OF SPIRIT, ANGEL, AND INSPIRATION IN THE OF THE SIGNIFICATION OF SPIRIT, ANGEL, AND INSPIRATION IN THE BOOKS OF HOLY SCRIPTURE
384001123 CHAPTER 35 OF THE SIGNIFICATION IN SCRIPTURE OF KINGDOME OF GOD, OF HOLY, SACRED, AND SACRAMENT
393001124 CHAPTER 36 OF THE WORD OF GOD, AND OF PROPHETS 58%
393001125 Word what
393001126 both are called Gods Word in Scripture
410001127 CHAPTER 37 OF MIRACLES, AND THEIR USE
410001128 A Miracle is a work that causeth Admiration
410001129 whereof there is no naturall cause known
410001130 may seem otherwise to another
410001131 The End of Miracles
410001132 The definition of a Miracle
410001133 That men are apt to be deceived by false Miracles
410001134 Cautions against the imposture of Miracles
419001135 CHAPTER 38 OF THE SIGNIFICATION IN SCRIPTURE OF ETERNALL LIFE, HELL, SALVATION, THE WORLD TO COME, AND REDEMPTION
419001136 the terrestriall Paradise
419001137 for Believers
419001138 Ascension into Heaven
437001139 CHAPTER 39 OF THE SIGNIFICATION IN SCRIPTURE OF THE WORD CHURCH
437001140 Church the Lords house
437001141 Ecclesia properly what
437001142 In what sense the Church is one Person; Church defined
437001143 and a Church all one
441001144 CHAPTER 40 THE RIGHTS OF THE KINGDOME OF GOD, IN ABRAHAM, MOSES, HIGH PRIESTS, AND THE KINGS OF JUDAH
441001145 hThe Soveraign Rights of Abraham
441001146 Abraham had the sole power of ordering the Religion of his own people
441001147 No pretence of Private Spirit against the Religion of Abraham
441001148 and Interpreter of what God spake
441001149 The authority of Moses whereon grounded
454001150 CHAPTER 41 OF THE OFFICE OF OUR BLESSED SAVIOUR
454001151 After the Captivity the Jews had no setled Common-wealth
454001152 His Office as a Redeemer
454001153 Christs Kingdom not of this world
544001154 CHAPTER 43 OF WHAT IS NECESSARY FOR A MANS RECEPTION INTO THE KINGDOME OF HEAVEN
561001155 CHAPTER 44 OF SPIRITUALL DARKNESSE FROM MISINTERPRETATION OF SCRIPTURE
590001156 CHAPTER 45 OF DAEMONOLOGY, AND OTHER RELIQUES OF THE RELIGION OF THE GENTILES
590001157 h,The Originall Of Daemonology
590001158 What were the Daemons of the Ancients
590001159 How that Doctrine was spread; How far received by the Jews
590001160 Why our Saviour controlled it not
590001161 The Scriptures doe not teach that Spirits are Incorporeall
590001162 not the same it was in the Primitive Church
613001163 CHAPTER 46 RELIGION OF THE GENTILES FABULOUS TRADITIONS
635001164 CHAPTER 47 OF THE BENEFIT THAT PROCEEDETH FROM SUCH DARKNESSE, AND TO WHOM IT ACCREWETH
647001165 A REVIEW, AND CONCLUSION
659001166 ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Muistiinpanot Highlights Примечания (Code: h)

1 (76)
Power, Dignity, Honourable; Dishonourable, Coats of Armes, Titles of Honour, Worthinesse; Fitnesse
2 (91)
Confidence in others from Ignorance of the marks of Wisdome and Kindnesse, And from Ignorance of Naturall Causes, And from want of Understanding, Adhaerence to Custome, from Ignorance of the nature of Right and Wrong, Adhaerence to private men, From ignorance of the Causes of Peace, Credulity from Ignorance of nature, Curiosity to know, from Care of future time, Naturall Religion, from the same
3 (94)
men have created in the world innumerable sorts of Gods. And this Feare of things invisible, is the naturall Seed of that, which every one in himself calleth Religion; and in them that worship, or feare that Power otherwise than they do, Superstition.
4 (96)
Religion, in Man onely, First, from his desire of knowing Causes, From the consideration of the Beginning of things, From his observation of the Sequell of things, Which makes them fear the Power of Invisible things, And suppose them Incorporeall, But Know Not The Way How They Effect Anything, And attribute to them all extraordinary events, Foure things, Naturall seeds of Religion, Made different by Culture,
5 (104)
Sometimes in the Casuall flight, or feeding of birds; called Augury: Sometimes in the Entrayles of a sacrificed beast; which was Aruspicina:
6 (104)
The designes of the Authors of the Religion of the Heathen, The true Religion, and the lawes of God’s kingdom the same, The causes of Change in Religion, Injoining beleefe of Impossibilities, Doing contrary to the Religion they establish, Want of the testimony of Miracles
7 (157)
The End Of Common-wealth, particular Security, Which is not to be had from the Law of Nature: Nor from the conjunction of a few men or familyes, Nor from a great Multitude, unlesse directed by one judgment, And that continually, Why certain creatures without reason, or speech, do neverthelesse live in Society, without any coercive Power,The Generation of a Common-wealth
8 (161)
reall Unitie of them all, in one and the same Person, made by Covenant of every man with every man, in such manner, as if every man should say to every man, I Authorise and give up my Right of Governing my self, to this Man, or to this Assembly of men, on this condition, that thou give up thy Right to him, and Authorise all his Actions in like manner. This done, the Multitude so united in one Person, is called a COMMON-WEALTH, in latine CIVITAS. This is the Generation of that great LEVIATHAN, or rather (to speake more reverently) of that Mortall God,
9 (162)
Soveraigne, and Subject, what
10 (163)
The Act of Instituting a Common-wealth, what
11 (171)
These Rights are indivisible
12 (172)
And can by no Grant passe away without direct renouncing of the Soveraign Power
13 (172)
The Power and Honour of Subjects vanisheth in the presence of the Power Soveraign
14 (173)
Soveraigne Power not hurtfull as the want of it, and the hurt proceeds for the greatest part from not submitting readily, to a lesse
15 (175)
The different Formes of Common-wealths but three
16 (176)
Tyranny and Oligarchy, but different names of Monarchy, and Aristocracy
17 (176)
Subordinate Representatives dangerous
18 (177)
Comparison of Monarchy, with Soveraign Assemblyes
19 (182)
Of the Right of Succession
20 (183)
The present Monarch hath Right to dispose of the Succession
21 (183)
Elective Kings and Princes have not the Soveraign Power in propriety, but in use only,
22 (184)
Succession passeth by expresse Words;
23 (184)
Or, by not controlling a Custome;
24 (185)
Or, by presumption of naturall affection
25 (185)
To dispose of the Succession, though to a King of another Nation, not unlawfull
26 (187)
A Common-wealth by Acquisition, Wherein different from a Common-wealth by Institution, The Rights of Soveraignty the same in both, Dominion Paternall how attained; Not by Generation, but by Contract, Or Education;
27 (189)
Or Education; Or Precedent subjection of one of the Parents to the other, The Right of Succession followeth the Rules of the Rights of Possession
28 (191)
Not by the Victory, but by the Consent of the Vanquished
29 (193)
The Right of Monarchy from Scripture
30 (195)
Soveraign Power ought in all Common-wealths to be absolute
31 (197)
Liberty what, What it is to be free, Feare and Liberty consistent, Liberty and Necessity Consistent, Artificiall Bonds, or Covenants, Liberty of Subjects consisteth in Liberty from covenants, Liberty of the Subject consistent with unlimited power of the Soveraign, The Liberty which writers praise, is the Liberty of Soveraigns; not of Private men, Liberty of the Subject how to be measured, Subjects have Liberty to defend their own bodies, even against them that lawfully invade them, Are not bound to hurt themselves; Nor to warfare, unless they voluntarily undertake it, The Greatest Liberty of Subjects, dependeth on the Silence of the Law, In what Cases Subjects are absolved of their obedience to their Soveraign, In case of Captivity, In case the Soveraign cast off the government from himself and Heyrs, In case of Banishment, In case the Soveraign render himself Subject to another
32 (211)
By Letters Patents: And the Lawes, When the Representative is one man, his unwarranted Acts his own onelyI When the Representative is one man, if he borrow mony, or owe it, by Contract; he is lyable onely, the members not When it is an Assembly, they onely are liable that have assented
33 (211)
the Body onely is obliged
34 (211)
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Thank you very much indeed! For the multitude of alternatives in formulating the reading screen.
36 (211)
how to combine a suitable menu.
37 (214)
Protestation against the Decrees of Bodies Politique sometimes lawful; but against Soveraign Power never, Bodies Politique for Government of a Province, Colony, or Town, Bodies Politique for ordering of Trade, A Body Politique for Counsel to be give to the Soveraign, Private Bodies Regular, but Unlawfull, Systemes Irregular, such as are Private Leagues,
38 (214)
Secret Cabals
39 (214)
Feuds of private Families
40 (214)
Factions for Government
41 (231)
The Nourishment of a Common-wealth consisteth in the Commodities of Sea and Land
42 (231)
Counsellers without other employment then to Advise are not Publique Ministers
43 (231)
And the right Distribution of them
44 (231)
All private Estates of land proceed originally from the arbitrary Distribution of the Soveraign
45 (231)
but onely of another Subject
46 (231)
The Publique is not to be dieted
47 (370)
Body and Spirit how taken in the Scripture
48 (370)
or Breath
49 (370)
for extraordinary gifts of the Understanding
50 (370)
for extraordinary Affections
51 (370)
for the gift of Prediction by Dreams and Visions
52 (370)
for Life
53 (370)
for a subordination to authority
54 (370)
for Aeriall Bodies
55 (370)
Angel what
56 (370)
Inspiration what
57 (384)
Kingdom of God taken by Divines Metaphorically, but in the Scriptures properly
58 (384)
The originall of the Kingdom of God
59 (384)
That the Kingdom of God is properly his Civill Soveraignty over a peculiar people by pact
60 (384)
Holy what
61 (384)
Sacred What
62 (384)
Degrees of Sanctity
63 (544)
The difficulty of obeying God and Man both at once
64 (561)
The Kingdom of Darknesse what
65 (561)
The Church not yet fully freed of Darknesse
66 (561)
Four Causes of Spirituall Darknesse
67 (561)
concerning the Kingdom of God
68 (561)
As that the Kingdom of God is the present Church
69 (561)
And that the Pope is his Vicar generall
70 (561)
Error from mistaking Consecration for Conjuration
71 (561)
Incantation in the Ceremonies of Baptisme
72 (613)
What Philosophy is
73 (613)
Of the Schools of Philosophy amongst the Athenians
74 (613)
Of the Schools of the Jews
75 (613)
The Schoole of the Graecians unprofitable
76 (613)
The Schools of the Jews unprofitable
77 (613)
University what it is
78 (613)
Errors brought into Religion from Aristotles Metaphysiques
79 (613)
Errors concerning Abstract Essences
80 (613)
Nunc-stans
81 (613)
as Gravity the Cause of Heavinesse
82 (613)
Quantity put into Body already Made
83 (613)
Powring in of Soules
84 (613)
Ubiquity of Apparition
85 (613)
the Cause of Willing
86 (613)
Ignorance an occult Cause
87 (613)
another the Incongruity
88 (613)
Private Appetite the rule of Publique good:
89 (613)
And that lawfull Marriage is Unchastity
90 (613)
is Tyranny
91 (613)
but Law governs
92 (613)
Laws over the Conscience
93 (613)
Private Interpretation of Law
94 (613)
Language of Schoole-Divines
95 (613)
Errors from Traditionl
96 (613)
Suppression of Reason
97 (635)
He that receiveth Benefit by a Fact, is presumed to be the Author
98 (635)
was first taught by the Church of Rome
99 (635)
And maintained also by the Presbytery
100 (635)
Infallibility
101 (635)
Subjection of Bishops
102 (635)
Exemptions of the Clergy
103 (635)
and Sacrifices
104 (635)
The Sacramentation of Marriage
105 (635)
The single life of Priests
106 (635)
Auricular Confession
107 (635)
and declaring of Martyrs
108 (635)
Transubstantiation; Penance; Absolution
109 (635)
Purgatory; Indulgences; Externall Works
110 (635)
Daemonology and Exorcism
111 (635)
School-Divinity
112 (635)
who they be
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Sanasto Vocabulary Словарь (Code: w)

1 pusillanimity. (90)
arkuus.
2 Frugality, (91)
Frugality,
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Määritelmät Definitions Определения (Code: d)

1 (59)
Intellectuall Vertue defined
Ver
2 (161)
The Definition of a Common-wealth
One Person, of whose Acts a great Multitude, by mutuall Covenants one with another, have made themselves every one the Author, to the end he may use the strength and means of them all, as he shall think expedient, for their Peace and Common Defence.
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Kirjanmerkit Bookmarks Закладки (Code: b)

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