Richard Cumberland, 1631-1718. Critic of the Platonist current in the English thought of his day. His chief work, De legibus naturae, was a comprehensive attack on Hobbes.
Related categories 2
Hobbes and Contemporary Philosophy: Richard Cumberland
Paragraph from the Cambridge History of English and American Literature. Briefly describes Cumberland's De legibus naturae.
Article from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, outlining Cumberland's arguments in his chief work, De legibus naturae.
Last update:August 21, 2015 at 6:24:03 UTC