Patriarcha, or, The natural power of kings by Filmer, Robert Sir

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  • Monarchy

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Statementby Sir Robert Filmer.
SeriesLibrary of English literature -- LEL 11239.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[11], 141 p.
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13600653M
OCLC/WorldCa14704362

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Positive Laws do not infringe the Natural and Fatherly Power of Kings. (1) REgal Authority not subject to Positive Laws. Kings were before Laws. The Kings of Judah and Israel not tied to Laws. (2) Of Samuel’ s Description of a King. (3) The Power ascribed to Kings in the New Testament.

(4) Whether Laws were invented to bridle Tyrants. PATRIARCHA OR THE NATURAL POWER OF KINGS By THE LEARNED SIR ROBERT FILMER, BART. [] Aristotle, in his book of Politics, when he conies to compare the several kinds of government, he is very reserved in discoursing what form he thinks best: he disputes subtilely to and fro of many points, and judiciously of many errors, but concludes.

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London: Printed, and are to be sold by Walter Davis Book-binder, The natural power of kings book Amen-Corner, near Pater-noster-row, Sir Robert Filmer was born around and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, and at Lincoln’s Inn. He was well placed in the court of Charles I and thus came to be knighted.

Sir Robert Filmer () was an English political theorist. His best known work, Patriarcha; or, The Natural Power of Kings, published inwas a defense of the divine right of kings to rule.

His theory is founded upon the statement that the government of a family by the father is the true origin and model of or government.5/5(2). Brown's Bibliography lists two of Filmer's works, Observations Concerning the Original and Various Forms of Government () and Patriarcha: or the Natural Power of Kings () based on Jefferson's copy at the Library of Congress in which the two titles are bound together.

Brown also notes Clarkin's reference and the lack of supporting evidence. Sir Robert Filmer () was an English political theorist.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Filmer, Robert. Patriarcha ; or, The natural power of kings. London: Printed for R. Patriarcha, Robert Filmer, Patriarcha () [Introductory note: The Patriarcha of Sir Robert Filmer () ranks among the most emphatic theoretical assertions of absolute power of Kings ever to flow from an English pen.

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Sir Robert Filmer () was a strong advocate of the theory of the divine right of kings in the 17th century. His book Patriarcha provoked John Locke into penning a critique. Titles: Author: Patriarcha, or the Natural Power of Kings; Quotations: Robert Filmer thought that the idea of the “consent of the governed” would inevitably lead.

In seventeenth-century England, patriarchalist thinking shaped English ideas not only about the family but also about society and the state. Many thinkers argued that the state should be seen as a family, and that the king held the powers of a father over his subjects.

The classic texts of patriarchal political thinking were written by Sir Robert Filmer (), one of the most. Patriarcha: a Defense of the Natural Power of Kings against the Unnatural Liberty of the People by Sir Robert Filmer () Filmer's great defense of absolute monarchy deserves to be known aside from its role as John Locke's punching bag.

Filmer deals with a foundational problem in political philosophy and proposes a compelling solution. What. Summary. Patriarcha provides a theory of absolute monarchy and the divine right of kings.

Filmer attacks what he sees as the two enemies of Royal power, the Jesuits and the Calvinists, and states two royalist principles: divine right and the duty of passive tries to show that the king's power is derived from the natural authority of parents, and that Adam was the first.

Patriarcha, or The Natural Power of Kings Résumé Sir Robert Filmer ( 26 May ) was an English political theorist living at a time shortly after the English had cast off the Catholic Church and established the Church of England, leading to fighting among Protestants and Catholics within their own kingdom.

Robert Filmer in his book wordily titled Patriarcha, or the Natural Power of Kings Defended Against the Unnatural Liberty of the People traces all the origins of earthly power to Adam and argues that all the Papist and Reformed theologians who said that the earthly power was the result of a democratic contract of some kind, were dead wrong.

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Sir Robert Filmer (c. – 26 May ) was an English political theorist who defended the divine right of kings. His best known work, Patriarcha, published posthumously inwas the target of numerous Whig attempts at rebuttal, including Algernon Sidney 's Discourses Concerning Government, James Tyrrell 's Patriarcha Non Monarcha and.

Sir robert filmer patriarcha pdf Sir Robert Filmer, Patriarcha of the Natural Power of Kings. 64 MB, This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original. Sir Robert Filmer, Observations Concerning the Originall of Government, p.

frankly often tedious, refutation of Filmers RCHAFile Size: 50KB. Patriarcha chapter 3. nature - natural Where Filmer refers to natural rights, or by the power of nature, my inference would that the argument is from nature not theology.

See title - unreasonableness of Hobbes' right of nature - and: natural liberty false: Patriarcha chapter 1. natural power of kings true Patriarcha chapter 3.

What however is rarely imparted to students is that this work was written as a reply to the treatise by Sir Robert Filmer entitled Patriarcha: or the Natural Power of Kings.

Even rarer is actual study of this work, which as the title suggests is. CHAP I. That the first Kings were Fathers of Families. T HE Tenent of the Natural Liberty of Mankind, New, Plausible, and Dangerous. (2) The Question stated out of Bellarmine, and some Contradictions of his noted.

(3) Bellarmine’s Argument answered out of Bellarmine himself. (4) The Royal Anthority of the Patriarchs before the Flood. (5) The dispersion of. Sir Robert Filmer, Patriarcha: or the Natural Power of Kings () Author: TVI Last modified by: jsalbato Created Date: 1/5/ PM Company: CNM Other titles: Sir Robert Filmer, Patriarcha: or the Natural Power of Kings ().

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Patriarcha and Other Political Works book. By Robert Filmer. Edition 1st Edition. First The value of Patriarcha as a historical document consists primarily in its revelation of the strength and persistence in European culture of the patriarchal attitude to political problems.

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“IT IS UNNATURAL FOR THE PEOPLE TO GOVERN”: FIRST EDITION OF FILMER’S PATRIARCHA, THE WORK THAT INCITED THE WRITING OF TWO LANDMARK WORKS ON GOVERNMENT, LOCKE’S TWO TREATISES AND SIDNEY’S DISCOURSES. FILMER, Robert. Political Discourses of Sir Robert Filmer, Baronet. CONSISTING OF: Patriarcha: or the Natural.

Hunton's Treatise of Monarchy, or the Nature of a Limited or Mixed Monarchy. To Which is Added the Power of Kings. Together with Directions for Obedience to Government in Dangerous and Doubtful Times. [bound with] PATRIARCHA: Or the Natural Power of Kings [ Chiswell imprint] Filmer, Robert.

- ]. By the Learned Sir Robert. Original Title Patriarcha, or the Natural Power of Kings. Product type Book. Patriarcha. oder Die natürliche Gewalt der Könige, verteidigt gegen die unnatürliche Gewalt des Volkes. Robert Filmer. £ Seller: Dodax EU.

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Patriarca o. Positive Laws do not infringe the Natural and Fatherly Power of Kings. (1.) Regal Authority not subject to the Positive Laws, Kings before Laws; the King of Judah and Israel not tyed to Laws. (2.) Of Samuel’s description of a King, 1 Sam. (3.) The Power ascribed unto Kings in the New Testament.

(4.). The most comprehensive expression of Filmer's thought is given in Patriarcha, or the Natural Power of Kings, which was published posthumously inbut was probably begun in the s, and almost certainly was completed before the Civil War began in [3] According to Christopher Hill, "The whole argument of.

Excerpt from: Sir Robert Filmer, PATRIARCHA, OR THE NATURAL POWER OF KINGS [] Note: Filmer wrote this treatise sometime shortly afterbut it remained in manuscript until published by supporters of Charles II in CHAPTER I THAT THE FIRST KINGS WERE FATHERS OF FAMILIES 1.

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