Philosophy 366 Political Philosophy Darwall Winter 2002
I. Hobbes’ Historical Context (1588-1679)
II. Pre-modern orthodoxy: Scholasticism
III. Hobbes: mechanism, materialism, and empiricism
IV. The Problem: How to account for “normativity,” in general, and “political authority,” in particular, within the empiricist and materialist.
V. An outline of the solution: Intro.1: “artifice”
VI. Color Perception and “Projectivism”
VII. Desire (“Endeavour”) and Projectivism about Value