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A critique of hobbes's critique of biblical and natural religion in leviathan thomas l pangle this essay is a critical exposition of thomas hobbes's atheism, focusing. Interesting facts about thomas hobbes a knowledge archive. On this date in 1588, thomas hobbes was born prematurely on good friday in england, his birth precipitated by his mother's fear of the invasion of the spanish armada thomas was the precocious son of a ne'er-do-well par.