This volume marks the culmination of the inaugural research project of the Euroepan Hobbes Society. The majority of chapters in this volume were presented at two workshops in 2015, the first at King's College London and the Second at Leiden University.
A new volume edited by Éric Marquer and Paul Rateau analyzes how Leibniz engages with Hobbes's philosophy in his teachings on physics, theory of knowledge, morals, law and, of course, politics.
A new article by Clifton Mark discusses the role of glory in Hobbes's political philosophy.
From 14-16 May 2018, over 35 researchers from across the world came together in the pedestrian city centre of Amsterdam for the Second Biennial Conference of the European Hobbes Society. It was a joy to see quite a few new faces amidst many familiar ones.
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.