This new article by Lothar Waas examines Hobbes's naming of Leviathan. It argues that the real key to Hobbes’s naming may lie with Jean Bodin, with whom Hobbes shares everything that the name ‘Leviathan’ stands for in his political philosophy.
This new book, edited by Luca Tenneriello, collects the first Italian translations of Hobbes’s two Latin autobiographies: Vita Carmine Expressa, written in 1672, and Vita, from the 1660s.
This online colloquium has been established to discuss Gabriella…
Al Martinich concludes our online colloquium on Hobbes’s Political Philosophy with a reply to his critics.
Gabriella Slomp comments on Hobbes’s Political Philosophy, in the penultimate entry to this online colloquium.
Andrew Day comments on Hobbes’s Political Philosophy, in the third entry to this online colloquium.