This article argues that Hobbes's and Taylor's views of toleration have various features in common, and that these features are rarely found in their celebrated predecessor William Chillingworth or in major Puritan tolerationists.
Equity in the Dialogue is not always the same as what we see in Hobbes's core works. The question is, did Hobbes change his mind on equity? This article by Thomas Corbin argues no. Hobbes did not change his mind on equity; rather, within the Dialogue he is engaging with a common understanding of the term as it existed in English law.
The goal of this Hobbes chapter in Jones's book is to show how Hobbes reinterprets the doctrine of the kingdom of God to make it safe for politics.
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.