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Index From Hobbes, The Scriblerians

Index From Hobbes, The Scriblerians

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The Index from Hobbes, the Scriblerians and the History of Philosophy
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INDEX
absurdity, notion o, 17–18, 72–3, 134–7academic lineages, 3–5, 139, 150–1a
d hominem
argument, 14, 29, 37–8, 58,71–4, 81, 101, 126, 136, 155–6,
 see also
reductive argumentAddison, Joseph, 79, 90
 Te Spectator 
, 119Aesop, 128, 129Alpers, Paul, 95Alstead, J. 121,anachronism, 90–1, 151–4ancient philosophy, rejection o, 37–8ancients and moderns, 27–9, 81, 87–101,117, 127–8, 131–4,and ‘modern’ persona, 83, 88–9,91,93–4,127–8, 131–4 
 see also
Swif, JonathanAnne, Queen, 77, 79
 Annus mirabilus
, (Scriblerians), 80, 105, 130anonymity, typology o, 146–7
 Answer to the Preace Beore Gondibert 
,(Hobbes) 45, 129Aquinas, St Tomas, 59Arbuthnot, Dr John , 79–84, 95,98–100,111–12, 114, 117, 136,
Art o Political Lyin
, 81–2, 84, 105,115–16, 118, 121, 123, 129,
  History o John Bull 
, 103, 108, 111, 114Aristophanes, 21, 26Aristotle, 8, 19, 39, 59, 65, 116, 120, 156
 Rhetoric 
, 149atheism, 36, 111Atterbury, Francis, 78, 79, 88, 92Aubrey, John, 31, 35, 60–2, 73, 99, 129Austin, John, 142–3, 149–50Bacon, Sir Francis, 12–14, 45, 47, 52, 63, 64,115, 129, 134Bakhtin, Mikhail, 21, 25Baldwin, Stanley, 145beards, philosophic, 22, 29, 34, 38, 62, 65,85, 109Bentham, Jeremy, 86–7Bentley, Dr Richard, 14, 28, 78, 80, 81,87–8, 120, 121, 134, 145, 152and Hobbes, 71, 89, 127–9
 see also Epistles o Phalaris
Berkeley, Bishop George, 93, 98, 103, 112,116, 121, 122, 136Blanchard, Scott, 24–5Bion, 34Blount, Charles, 36, 64, 65Blum, Paul, 96
 Booke o Oathes
, 9booksellers, 146Bowle, John, 55Boyle, Charles, 81, 87–8
 see also Epistles o Phalaris
Boyle, Robert, 61, 68, 87, 99Bramhall, Bishop John, 53Brereton, Sir William, 68Brilli, Atillio, 111Brome, Richard, 16, 24Browne, Sir Tomas, 15, 58Brückmann, Patricia Carr, 95, 105, 121Burnet, Tomas, 111Burton, Robert, 18, 20Bulter, Samuel, (
 Erewhon)
, 16Butler, Samuel, 34, 65, 78, 94
  Hudibras
, 99, 129Byron, Lord George, 27
 
220
 Hobbes, the Scriblerians and the History o Philosophy
Casteveltro, Ludovico, 18Catholic Church, 91causation, 128, 130, 135Cavendish, Charles, 36, 57, 74Cavendish circle, 35, 39, 42, 57Cavendish, William, Duke o Newcastle, 36,39, 78, 146censorship, 78Cer, Walter, 143Champion, Justin, 64Chapman, George, 47–52, 132Charles II, King, 46, 47, 48, 69, 78, 146Charleton, Walter, 69, 99Christianity and antiquity, 38, 40, 59–60, 94Chyne, Dr George, 100Cibber, Colley, 86Cicero,
 De of ciis
, 104civil wars (British), 78Clarke, Samuel, 94, 104Coleridge, Samuel aylor, 46Collingbourne, Sir William, ‘the poet’, 57,58, 59Collingwood, R. G., 6–7, 140, 143, 154Collins, Anthony, 104, 106Cook, Tomas, 93–4Cooper, Julie, 63Cotton, Charles, 11, 36, 37, 46counsel, o ce o, 36, 44, 133, 140Cowley, Abraham, 25, 31, 32, 46, 53, 64, 66Crambe, Conradus, 98, 106, 119
reatise o Syllogisms
, 131, 135–6critic, o ce and persona o, 9, 80, 81, 82Cromwell, Oliver, 62, 147Crook, Andrew, 35Cudworth, Ralph, 67, 71, 72, 73Cunaeus, Petrus, 24, 27, 28, 29, 57, 90Dacier, Anne, 132–4Dampier, William,
Voyages
, 108Davenant, Sir William, 45, 129, 131Davis, Paul, 46, 52
 De cive
, (Hobbes), 11, 39, 127, 129
 De corpore
, (Hobbes), 37Democritus, 17, 20
 De mirabilibus pecci
,
Carmen
, (Hobbes), 40
 Decameron physiologicum
,
 
(Hobbes),
 
5, 38Dennis, John, 81, 82, 95, 99Derrida, Jacques, 144Descartes, René, 12, 61, 63, 67, 93, 112, 126,127, 130Diderot, Denis, 95Dilthey, Wilhelm, 75Dodds, E. R., 20Donne, John, 20Du Val, Guillaume, 5, 11Du Verdus, Francois, 35Dunton, John, 84, 113, 122Duppa, Bishop Brian, 34, 74Eachard, Dr John, 68, 73, 113, 126–7, 146eclecticism, 99education, 101
 Elegy on Mr Hobbes
, 64
 Elements o Law
,
Te
, (Hobbes) 20, 31–2, 39engagement controversy, 147
entia moralia
,
 see
o ceepicureanism, 36, 37, 68, 112, 130, 126, 130
 see also
materialism
 Epistles o Phalaris
, 28, 80, 87–91, 96, 151
 see also
Bentley, Dr Richard, and Boyle,Charlesequivocation, 56–7, 119Erasmus, Desiderus, 23, 27, 78, 85, 112Erhenpries, Irvin, 127, 128airies, 43–4, 127Fielding, Henry, 85Fisher, Alan, 127ootnotes, 81Fox, Christopher, 103France, 131Free Tinkers, (o Nuremburg), 106, 111,130, 131Frege, Gottlob, 153Freind, Dr John, 95Gaukroger, Stephen, 63, 154Gay, John,
 Beggar’s Opera
, 20, 24, 79, 82
 see also
 
Tree Hours Aer Marriage
genre, 20–1God, 112, 123, 125–6Goldie, Mark, 55Grantham, Tomas, 48Habermas, Jürgen, 122Hadot, Pierre, 8Hale, John, 40, 62
 
 
 Index 
221Hale, Sir Matthew, 66, 68, 126Hammond, Brean, 111Harley, Robert, Earl o Oxord, 79Harrington, Sir James, 71Hartley, David, 122Harvey, William, 96Haugen, K. L., 98Hegel, G. W. F., 6, 153, 154Herbert, Gary, 6hermeneutic circle, 75Hiernan, Paul, 86Hilton, Philip, 95Hippocrates, 95–6
 Historia ecclesiastica
, (Hobbes), 38, 40–1historian, o ce o, 151–4historiography and relevance, 139–40
 see also
paradox o Hoadly, Bishop Benjamin, 125Hobbes, Tomas, 96, 116, 119, 121–2anti-clericalism o, 28, 35, 74conception o philosophy, 11, 13, 44–6,87, 140contemporary use o, 70–1correspondence o, 5, 6, 35, 57, 57, 64, 65as exile, 62, 70, 85modern interpretations o, 6, 55, 154 persona o, 32, 40, 63–5, 73–5, 128–9 philosophy o obligation, 148as satirist, 1–2, 80satiric attacks on, 22, 71–2, 125–31,134–7and Scriblerians 123–31and wit and humour, 20, 40–4 works,
 see under 
titleHobbism, accusation o, 71–5, 94Hoekstra, Kinch, 33
honestas/utilitas
, 10human identity, 1, 103–11, 131
 see also
mutability
 Human Nature
, (Hobbes), 39Hume, David, 60humour, as ramed, 19–20and laughter, 17–20, 32–9, 74, 129, 135
 serio-ludere
, 53, 85, 115, 120, 123, 136–7and wit, 31–3, 94
 see also
satireHunter, Ian, 154Hunter, Michael, 60Ingelo, Nathaniel, 67–8innovation, 63–6, 93–4,
 see also
philosopher, o ce and personaintellectual history, 140, 147, 153–5interest theory, 14 John o Salisbury, 96 Johnson, Dr Samuel, 15 Jones, C. P., 33 judgement, 31,Kant, Immanuel, 6Keats, John, 47Kerby-Miller, Charles, 78, 79, 84, 130King, Dr William, 27, 69, 78, 80, 88, 90, 91
 Dialogues o the Dead 
, 125Kirk, Eugene, 26Knights, Mark, 147L’Estrange, Sir Roger, 128–9, 147language and philosophy, 1, 16, 29–30,113–23, 131
 see also
metaphorLavoissier, Antoine, 153law, 110–11, 114–16Lawson, George, 58, 60, 67, 70
 Leviathan
, (Hobbes), 20, 31–2, 38, 39, 53,126–7, 130, 148rontispiece o, 50,and religion, 41–5, 74title o, 72–3 wit and humour in, 34–5Levitin, Dmitri, 71Lipsius, Justus, 26–7, 29, 89–90, 91literature (English) as discipline, 8, 17Locke, John, 70, 100, 126, 129and human identity, 103–6, 110, 114, 131language, 98, 112, 119, 121–2London, 18, 78–9Longinus,
Te Sublime
, 116Lucan, 46Lucian 2, 21–2, 33–8, 56, 65–6, 74, 87, 113and Hobbes, 37–44 works:
Double Indictment 
,
 
21, 110
 Hermotinus
, 22, 34, 85
rue History
, 116
Zeus ragoedus
,
 
42–3
 see also
satire
 
Lund, Roger, 16, 34–5, 56–8, 74, 115

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