The latest issue of Hobbes Studies includes research articles from Elliott Karstadt, James J. Hamilton, Marcus Schultz-Bergin and S. A. Lloyd.
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About Publication Officer
Alexandra Chadwick and Signy Gunick Allen, PhD students at Queen Mary, University of London, are publication officers of the European Hobbes Society.
Entries by Publication Officer
This chapter in Gary Browning’s new book discusses Oakeshott’s and Foucault’s (and to a lesser extent Collingwood’s and Skinner’s) engagements with Hobbes.
In this new article, Patricia Springborg examines the sense in which Hobbes can be considered a ‘materialist’, reading him as making use of aspects of Epicureanism.
From 20-22 Sept 2016, 25 scholars, based in 10 different countries, came together in the cosy college town of Leuven, Belgium, for the first biennial conference of the European Hobbes Society.
Sophie Smith draws on early modern commentaries on Aristotle to explore Hobbes’s theory of the body politic.
In this new book (to be published this month) Christopher Scott McClure argues that there is a rhetorical strategy behind Hobbes’s provocative theology.
In this new article Andrea Bardin traces early modern developments in materialist philosophy, contrasting Hobbes’s political-pedagogical project with the theory of Descartes.
In this new article Nicholas Higgins argues that Hobbes’s view of religious toleration is consistent with other aspects of his political and religious theory.
This new article by Ondrej Ditrych argues against International Relations’ continued engagement with Hobbes, due to the latter’s lack of interest in the field, and to the danger of overstating his importance in developing foundational concepts used in it.
In this new article Oliver Feltham contrasts the relationship between thought, action and political judgement in the work of Hobbes and Spinoza.
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