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Title: 霍布斯論自然法與政治義務
Thomas Hobbes: The Laws of Nature and Political Obligation
Authors: 周家瑜
Chou, Chia-yu
Contributors: 政治系
Keywords: Thomas Hobbes;Political Obligation;de facto Political Power;Consent;The Laws of Nature
Date: 2014-09
Issue Date: 2018-12-07 17:11:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: In this essay I examine the role and function of Hobbes’s account of the laws of nature in his political theory by reconsidering the basis of his concept of political obligation. This essay takes issue with common readings of Hobbes which either considers Hobbesian laws of nature is nothing but counsels from reason(which provides no obligations) or mere hypothetical imperatives(which at best justify prudential obligations). To argue against the common readings, this essay argues that Hobbesian laws of nature is essential to understanding Hobbes’s concept of political obligation because they provide some kind of natural duty by which an effective “reasonable consent” can be defined. In addition, to argue against the view of de facto theory, I argue that both “Consent” and “Safety” are the necessary conditions of Hobbesian conception of political obligation.
Relation: 政治與社會哲學評論, No.50, pp.59-100
Data Type: article
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