With regard to Hobbes' analysis of excommunication as a weapon used by Popes to exercise control over temporal states and sovereigns, it emerges that his discussion of the topic in De Cive is related to his treatment of another ban promulgated by the Roman Clinch: the interdi.Ct, The few references to interdict in Hobbes' works suggest that he considered one specific historical event: the Interdict crisis of Venice, which occurred in 1606-1607. Moreover, Hobbes' analysis of excommunication in Leviathan, and his controversy with Bellamfine, lead us to a consideration of Sarpi's works. Certain aspects of these may suggest Hobbes used in his argument sonic themes drawn from the writings of the Venetian friar. In turn this stimulates a deeper comparison of the political and theologico-political thought of these two men.

Hobbes, Sarpi and the Interdict of Venice

Baldin, Gregorio
2016

Abstract

With regard to Hobbes' analysis of excommunication as a weapon used by Popes to exercise control over temporal states and sovereigns, it emerges that his discussion of the topic in De Cive is related to his treatment of another ban promulgated by the Roman Clinch: the interdi.Ct, The few references to interdict in Hobbes' works suggest that he considered one specific historical event: the Interdict crisis of Venice, which occurred in 1606-1607. Moreover, Hobbes' analysis of excommunication in Leviathan, and his controversy with Bellamfine, lead us to a consideration of Sarpi's works. Certain aspects of these may suggest Hobbes used in his argument sonic themes drawn from the writings of the Venetian friar. In turn this stimulates a deeper comparison of the political and theologico-political thought of these two men.
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