Relations: Between Co-operation and Pragmatism’ (n 77) 96 (extended version), 19 (Booklet Series).
These terms were popularly used by ThomasHobbes to explain the difference between how man processes the external and internal aspects of the law of nature. See generally, K. Hoekstra, ‘Hobbes on
natural interlocutor for claiming rights, politics moves into courts.
Individalised Society, Individualised Political Force
In the Western world, the surge of representation as a concept coincided with the passage from feudalism to modernity
– with ThomasHobbes’ Leviathan as the
philosophies of great political philosophers with legal argument.
2 Spinoza and Mutual Dependence
2.1 Law as a Manner of Living
According to the 17th century political philosopher ThomasHobbes (1588–1679) ‘the Law is a Command, and a Command consisteth in declaration, or manifestation of the will of
global perspective, see Hans Lindahl, Fault Lines of Globalization. Legal Order and the Politics of A-Legality (Oxford University Press 2013).
11 Case C-26/62 Van Gend en Loos v Nederlandse Administratie der Belastingen  ECR 1.
12 cf the very first lines of ThomasHobbes, Leviathan
-Government, Good Government and Knowledge Management’ (2005) 6(1) Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 44, 47.
67 This vision was meant to scare people back into the arms of a stable system of stable states. ThomasHobbes, Leviathan (first published 1651, Penguin 1985) (though it need not be limited to
doing so, they hope that a correct interpretation of the source will also lead to a correct interpretation of Jefferson’s Declaration. But when looking at the historiography on Jefferson’s sources of inspiration, the picture does not grow more clear. John Locke, James Harrington, ThomasHobbes, Samuel
–56, and Jeremy Waldron, “Is the rule of law an essentially contested concept?”, 21(2) Law and Philosophy (2002), 137–164.
ThomasHobbes, The Leviathan (edited with an Introduction and Notes by John C.A. Gaskin, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009).
As expertly shown by Laurent
, jp , First Series, Vol. vii , No. 452. 23
cap Debates, Vol. v , No. 1, March 7, 1949, 3. 24 For further details see, ThomasHobbes, Leviathan (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998), Book ii , Chapters 17–19, John Locke, Second Treatise on Civil Government (New York: Spark Publishing, 2014