New book by David Boucher explores and explicates the importance of contexts in reading and understanding how and why particular interpretations of Hobbes have emerged.
The Robert P Benedict Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy at Boston University will be delivered by Kinch Hoekstra. These lectures will take three different approaches on Hobbes as a philosopher of Politics.
The 2018 Hobbes Studies Essay Competition is now open for submissions. The closing date is 30th May, and entries are welcome from researchers who are currently enrolled in postgraduate study or completed their PhD no earlier than 3rd March 2013.
On 15 and 16 February 2018, more than 20 scholars, based in several different countries, came together in the convivial atmosphere of the University of Padova to discuss new papers on Hobbes’s post-Leviathan works.
Provisional programme now available for the Second EHS Biennial Conference, to be held at the University of Amsterdam, 14-16 May 2018.
Glen Newey, author of the Routledge Guidebook to Hobbes' Leviathan, sadly passed away after a boating accident in Rotterdam on Saturday 30 September.