Workshop on “Hobbes & Gender” – short summary.
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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
Focusing on Hobbes’s construction of the mother–child relationship, this article suggests that the subjugation of the mother to the father epitomizes the neutralization of the ancient principle of ‘governance’, which he replaces with a novel concept of ‘power’ as formally authorized command.
New book by Kody W. Cooper challenging an interpretation of Hobbes as advancing a moral and political theory that is antithetical to classical natural law theory.
New book by Timothy Raylor reexamining philosophy and rhetoric in Thomas Hobbes.
In this recently published book Paul Sagar offers an account of Hobbes’s state theory to demonstrate how David Hume and Adam Smith constructed their own theories of state as alternatives.
A new article by Nicolas Higgins examining Hobbes’s use of religious rhetoric.
New article by Andrew Kenneth Day on Hobbes’s changing ecclesiology considering De Cive and Leviathan.
Elad Carmel explores Hobbes’s complicated legacy for the Wighs in English parliament.
A new article by Alan Ryan on Hobbes’s skepticism about rights and his prioritizing freedom from fear above all other freedoms in light of the modern United States.
A french article by Robin Douglass tracing the relation between state and sovereign from Elements of Law to Leviathan.
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