Michael KromThe Limits of Reason in Hobbes’s Commonwealth (London: Continuum2011) 2. Hobbes’s works used in this review are: De Corpore in The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury volume 1 ed. William Molesworth (London: John Bohn 1839); De Homine in Man and Citizen ed. Bernard Gert (Indianapolis: Hackett 1991); Dialogue Between a Philosopher and Student of the Common Laws of England in Writings on Common Law and Hereditary Right ed. Alan Cromartie and Quentin Skinner (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2005); The Elements of Law in Human Nature and De Corpore Politico ed. J.C.A. Gaskin (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1994); Leviathan ed. Richard Tuck (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1991) – my references are to chapter paragraph then page number; On The Citizen ed. Richard Tuck and Michael Silverthorne (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1998) – henceforth De Cive; and The Questions Concerning Liberty Necessity and Chance in The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury volume 5 ed. William Molesworth (London: John Bohn 1841).
Sharon LloydIdeals as Interests in Hobbes’s Leviathan: The Power of Mind over Matter (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press1992) 41 99–157; Richard Tuck ‘The Utopianism of Leviathan’ in Tom Sorell and Luc Foisneau eds. Leviathan After 350 Years (Clarendon Press: Oxford 2004) 125–38 at 132; Blau ‘Reason Deliberation and the Passions’ sections 6–8.