Arash Abizadeh introduces his recent book, Hobbes and the Two Faces of Ethics, to begin this online colloquium.
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Within the framework of Chilean research project “Self-Reflection and Rhetoric in Hobbes: A Proto-Critical Theory?,” directed by Gonzalo Bustamante, the II International Colloquium on Thomas Hobbes will take place on December 3rd and 4th, 2018, at the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez Center for Postgraduate Studies. This colloquium is titled “Hobbes: Between Rome and Athens.”
In the final contribution to this colloquium, David Boucher replies to his critics.
David Dyzenhaus comments on Appropriating Hobbes, in the penultimate entry to this online colloquium.
Eleanor Curran comments on Appropriating Hobbes, in the third entry to this online colloquium.
Howard Williams comments on Appropriating Hobbes, in the second entry to this online colloquium.
David Boucher introduces his recent book, Appropriating Hobbes, to begin this online colloquium.
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.
The Robert P Benedict Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy at Boston University will be delivered by Kinch Hoekstra. These lectures will take three different approaches on Hobbes as a philosopher of Politics.
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.
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