By means of careful analysis of relevant writings by Hobbes, Rousseau, Kant, Hegel, and Marx, David James argues that the concept of practical necessity is key to understanding the emergence of the conditions of a free society in terms of a historical process that is initially governed by practical necessity.
In this article José Rilla demonstrates that the Hobbesian person's genuinely natural feature is the human body, understood not as a physio-biological object, but as the ultimate responsibility locus of the person's performance.
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.
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.