Hobbes Studies has recently announced the winner of its 2016 Essay Competition: Dr Elliott Karstadt, with the essay ‘The Place of Interests in Hobbes’s Civil Science’, which is published in the latest issue. With the 2017 Essay Competition already open, the European Hobbes Society took the opportunity to interview Elliott on the essay, his research […]
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Hobbes Studies is pleased to invite submissions to the Hobbes Studies Essay Competition 2017. Submissions should treat the philosophical, political historical, literary, religious, or scientific aspects of the thought of Thomas Hobbes and be no more than 10 000 words. Essays are invited from researchers in any field who are currently enrolled in postgraduate study […]
A lecture series on “War and Peace in Hobbes’s Political Philosophy” will take place at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Kollegienhaus KH. 2.012, Universitätsstraße 15, 91054 Erlangen, Germany. In eight lectures, international experts (including Kinch Hoekstra, Peter Schröder and Patricia Springborg) alongside younger scholars will discuss Thomas Hobbes’s political philosophy and his notions of war and peace. […]
The first EHS biennial conference will take place on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 September, at the Institute of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Belgium. The programme includes papers by Patricia Springborg, Luc Foisneau, Deborah Baumgold, Peter Schröder, Agostino Lupoli, and S.A. Lloyd.
The International Hobbes Association will sponsor two sessions at the American Philosophical Association (APA) Eastern Division meetings, January 4-7, 2017 in Baltimore, MD.
Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of the local organisers we have had to postpone the first Biennial Conference of the EHS at the University of Graz, Austria.
In the recently published paperback edition of Hobbes, La vie inquiète, Luc Foisneau provides a wideranging interpretation of Hobbes’s answer to the question how we could live together when we fundamentally disagree about the good life.
Hobbes Studies is pleased to invite submissions to the 2016 Hobbes Studies Essay Competition. Essays are invited from researchers in any field who are currently enrolled in postgraduate study or completed their PhD no earlier than 30th June 2011. Submissions must be received by 30th June 2016.
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