R.J.G. Claassen draws upon Hobbes to show how concession theory can accommodate private initiative and economic analysis, and thus be a relevant position in the debate about the modern business corporation.
Contains pieces on "Political, Sociological and Economistic Ways of Avoiding a State of Nature", "Hobbes’s Strategy of Convergence", and the "Use and Abuse of Imagination in Leviathan"
In this paper, Christopher Bobier argues for a non‐cognitive reading of Hobbesian Passions according to which a passion is an appetite or aversion caused by, but distinct from, an imagination of a future good or harm.
Silviya Lechner concludes our online colloquium on Hobbesian Internationalism with a reply to her critics.
Oliver Eberl comments on Hobbesian Internationalism, in the penultimate entry to this online colloquium.
Chiayu Chou comments on Hobbesian Internationalism, in the third entry to this online colloquium.