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Aspects of Hobbes$
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Noel Malcolm

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780199247141

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199247145.001.0001

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Pierre de Cardonnel (1614-1667), Merchant, Printer, Poet, and Reader of Hobbes

Pierre de Cardonnel (1614-1667), Merchant, Printer, Poet, and Reader of Hobbes

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Aspects of Hobbes

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Explores the life and mental world of one of the first recorded readers of Leviathan: Pierre de Cardonnel, whose annotated copy of the book records that it was given to him by the Earl of Devonshire (Hobbes's patron) in 1652. Putting together evidence from many archival sources, it offers a full picture of de Cardonnel's life in Caen, Southampton, London, and Paris, and analyses the response to the arguments of Leviathan expressed in de Cardonnel's marginal comments on it.

Keywords:   Pierre de Cardonnel, Samuel Bochart, Hobbes, Huguenots, Leviathan

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