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On the one hand, Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) assumes that man is endowed with endless possibilites and constructs modern methodological science as well as the modern functional state for the purpose of effective self-preservation. On the other hand, Hobbes at the same time devises man and the state using the model of a machine, which can be reconstructed today as a cybernetic system. Based on both perspectives, the explanation given by Weiß incorporates the various methodological, anthropological, political and theological subjects, evidence of Hobbes' continuing topicality, into his extensive interpretation.
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Das philosophische System von Thomas Hobbes
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