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See also Cumberland (disambiguation), Cumberland (surname). Richard Cumberland (15 July 1631 (or 1632) – 9 October 1718) was an English philosopher, and Bishop of Peterborough from 1691. In 1672, he published his major work, De legibus naturae (On natural laws), propounding utilitarianism and opposing the egoistic ethics of Thomas Hobbes.

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  • Nel 1672, pubblicò la sua opera principale, De legibus naturae, in cui avallò l'utilitarismo opponendosi all'egoismo etico di Thomas Hobbes. Fu un membro del movimento latitudinario insieme al suo amico Ezechia Burton e fu molto vicino ai platonici di Cambridge, un gruppo di filosofi ecclesiastici sorto intorno all'Università di Cambridge a metà del XVII secolo.
  • Ри́чард Ка́мберленд (Richard Cumberland; 1632—1718) — епископ в Питерборо, противник Гоббса в нравственной философии. Дед драматурга Ричарда Камберленда. В сочинении «De legibus naturae disquisitio philosophica» (Л., 1672) выставлял высшим принципом всеобщее благоволение или любовь, которая связывает все существа в одно целое и образует из мира Царство Божие. При написании этой статьи использовался материал из Энциклопедического словаря Брокгауза и Ефрона (1890—1907).
  • See also Cumberland (disambiguation), Cumberland (surname). Richard Cumberland (15 July 1631 (or 1632) – 9 October 1718) was an English philosopher, and Bishop of Peterborough from 1691. In 1672, he published his major work, De legibus naturae (On natural laws), propounding utilitarianism and opposing the egoistic ethics of Thomas Hobbes.
  • Richard Cumberland (1631–1718), moraliste et philosophe anglais, né à Londres. Il fut longtemps ministre d'une petite paroisse, et devint en 1691 évêque de Peterborough. Il publia en 1672, sous le titre De legibus naturae, un traité où il établit, contre Thomas Hobbes, qu'il y a une morale naturelle, indépendante des conventions des hommes. Cet estimable ouvrage a été traduit en français par Jean Barbeyrac, 1744. Cumberland a aussi donné :
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