World History     and Civilization 2Baluyut, Vanessa T.BSED 2-F(Social Studies)                 Mr. Frederick John A. Macale
Enlightenment Thinker :
Thomas Hobbes• Isinilang sa London• Noong Abril 05, 1588• Ang kanyang ama ay may  katungkulan sa parokya• Ang kanyang tiyu...
• Ang kanyang tiyuhin ang nagpaaral sa kanya• Nagpunta siya sa Magdalen Hall sa Oxford  England para mag-aral  Sa edad na ...
• Nilisan niya ang Oxford noong 1608• At naging pribadong guro para sa panganay  na anak ni Lord Cavendish Hardwick  o Ear...
•Kung saan nakilala niya sina : Francis Bacon Herbert of Cherbury Ben Johnson•Si Hobbes ay konektado pa rin sa pamilyan...
• Noong 1629, isinalin niya ng “Thucydides”• 1630, “Short Tract on Firt Priciples”• Mula 1634-1637, Bumalik siya kasama an...
• Noong      bumalik siya saEngland isinulat niya ang“Elements of LawNatural and Politic”• Ang unang labing tatlong  tsapt...
• 1640, Pumunta siya France at namalagi ng  labing isang taon doon•Siya’y nagplano para sa kanyang pilosopiya na may tatlo...
• “De Cive” nailathala noong 1642 sa Paris
•“Philosophical Rudiments Concerning  Government and Society”
• 1651, Bumalik siya sa  England• LEVIATHAN  - pinaka kontrobersyal na   gawa ni Hobbes• solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, a...
-Leviathan
• 1668, Nailathala sa Amsterdam ang  Leviathan• 1668, “Dialogue between a Philosopher and  a Student of the Common Laws of...
• Patuloy siyang nagsulat , At isinulat niya ang kanyang  buhay sa Latin sa edad na walong pu’t apat• Isinalin din niya an...
Abril 05, 1588 -Disyembre 4, 1679
Mga Tanyag na Linya niThomas Hobbes
 “A man cannot lay down the right of resisting themthat assault him by force, to take away his life.” “A mans conscience...
 “During the time men live without a common powerto keep them all in awe, they are in that conditionscalled war; and such...
 “I put for the general inclination of all mankind, aperpetual and restless desire of power after power, thatceaseth only...
 “No mans error becomes his own Law; nor obliges himto persist in it.” “Not believing in force is the same as not believ...
References :• Stumpf, Samuel Enoch, Philosophy: History and Problems, (United States: Mc  Graw-Hill Inc, 1971), 224-234• h...
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  1. 1. World History and Civilization 2Baluyut, Vanessa T.BSED 2-F(Social Studies) Mr. Frederick John A. Macale
  2. 2. Enlightenment Thinker :
  3. 3. Thomas Hobbes• Isinilang sa London• Noong Abril 05, 1588• Ang kanyang ama ay may katungkulan sa parokya• Ang kanyang tiyuhin ay isang mangangalakal
  4. 4. • Ang kanyang tiyuhin ang nagpaaral sa kanya• Nagpunta siya sa Magdalen Hall sa Oxford England para mag-aral Sa edad na labing apat• Siya ay magaling na estudyante ng Latin at Griyego
  5. 5. • Nilisan niya ang Oxford noong 1608• At naging pribadong guro para sa panganay na anak ni Lord Cavendish Hardwick o Earl of Devonshire• Siya ay naglakbay kasama ang kanyang estudyante noong 1610 sa France, Germany, Italy• Nagtungo siya sa London para ipagpatuloy ang kanyang pag-aaral
  6. 6. •Kung saan nakilala niya sina : Francis Bacon Herbert of Cherbury Ben Johnson•Si Hobbes ay konektado pa rin sa pamilyang Cavendish•1628, namatay ang anak ni Cavendish• Pero bumalik siya para turuan ang isang anak ni Cavendish
  7. 7. • Noong 1629, isinalin niya ng “Thucydides”• 1630, “Short Tract on Firt Priciples”• Mula 1634-1637, Bumalik siya kasama ang kanyang estudyante• Sa Paris, nilaan niy ang oras niya asama Mersenne, Descartes, Gassendi sa Florence at si Galileo
  8. 8. • Noong bumalik siya saEngland isinulat niya ang“Elements of LawNatural and Politic”• Ang unang labing tatlong tsapter ay inilimbag noong 1650 na may pamagat na “Human Nature”• At ang natirang gawa niya ay pinamagatang “De Corpore Politico”
  9. 9. • 1640, Pumunta siya France at namalagi ng labing isang taon doon•Siya’y nagplano para sa kanyang pilosopiya na may tatlong anyo :-Matter/body-Human nature-Society
  10. 10. • “De Cive” nailathala noong 1642 sa Paris
  11. 11. •“Philosophical Rudiments Concerning Government and Society”
  12. 12. • 1651, Bumalik siya sa England• LEVIATHAN - pinaka kontrobersyal na gawa ni Hobbes• solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.“•1656, “The Questions Concerning Liberty, Necessily and Chance”• 1655, “De Corpore” at 1656, “De Homine”
  13. 13. -Leviathan
  14. 14. • 1668, Nailathala sa Amsterdam ang Leviathan• 1668, “Dialogue between a Philosopher and a Student of the Common Laws of England• May mga gawa siya na hindi pa nailalathala tulad ng “Heresy at Behemoth”-History of the Causes of the Civil War of England
  15. 15. • Patuloy siyang nagsulat , At isinulat niya ang kanyang buhay sa Latin sa edad na walong pu’t apat• Isinalin din niya ang “Iliad and the Odyssey”• 1675, Nilisan niya ang London. Sa huling pagkakataon tumira siya sa pamilyang Cavendish sa Derbyshire• Si Hobbes ay namatay noong Disyembre 4, 1679 sa Hardwick
  16. 16. Abril 05, 1588 -Disyembre 4, 1679
  17. 17. Mga Tanyag na Linya niThomas Hobbes
  18. 18.  “A man cannot lay down the right of resisting themthat assault him by force, to take away his life.” “A mans conscience and his judgment is the samething; and as the judgment, so also the conscience,may be erroneous.” “A wise man should so write (though in wordsunderstood by all men) that wise men only should beable to commend him.” “All generous minds have a horror of what arecommonly called "Facts". They are the brute beastsof the intellectual domain.” “Curiosity is the lust of the mind.”
  19. 19.  “During the time men live without a common powerto keep them all in awe, they are in that conditionscalled war; and such a war, as if of every man, againstevery man.” “Fear of things invisible in the natural seed of thatwhich everyone in himself calleth religion.” “Force and fraud are in war the two cardinalvirtues.” “He that is taken and put into prison or chains is notconquered, though overcome; for he is still an enemy.” “I am about to take my last voyage, a great leap inthe dark.”
  20. 20.  “I put for the general inclination of all mankind, aperpetual and restless desire of power after power, thatceaseth only in death.” “In the state of nature profit is the measure of right.”“It is not wisdom but authority that makes law” “Laughter is nothing else but sudden glory arisingfrom some sudden conception of some eminency inourselves, by comparison with the infirmity of others,or with our own formerly.” “Leisure is the Mother of Philosophy.”
  21. 21.  “No mans error becomes his own Law; nor obliges himto persist in it.” “Not believing in force is the same as not believing ingravitation.” “Prudence is but experience, which equal time, equallybestows on all men, in those things they equally applythemselves unto.” “Science is the knowledge of consequences, anddependence of one fact upon another.” “Such is the nature of men, that howsoever they mayacknowledge many others to be more witty, or moreeloquent, or more learned; yet they will hardly believethere be many so wise as themselves.”
  22. 22. References :• Stumpf, Samuel Enoch, Philosophy: History and Problems, (United States: Mc Graw-Hill Inc, 1971), 224-234• http://www.rjgeib.com/thoughts/nature/hobbes-bio.html• http://www.egs.edu/library/thomas-hobbes/biography/• http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061116162655AAeIMyj• http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/t/thomas_ hobbes.html#APUfcpdg6hYSAqiS.99•.google.com/site/lockevshobbeswhowillwin/home/who-was-john-locke/john- lockes-ideas/who-was-thomas-hobbes
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