A new cooperative commentary on Thomas Hobbes’s De Cive, edited by Otfried Höffe, has just been published.
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Alexandra Chadwick and Signy Gunick Allen, PhD students at Queen Mary, University of London, are publication officers of the European Hobbes Society.
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A new book by Maximilian Jaede examines Hobbes’s idea of peace, particularly with regard to the relationship between civil and international peace.
This new edited volume from Domagoj Vujeva and Luka Ribarević contains five chapters which engage with Hobbes’s ideas, by Dirk Brantl, Philippe Crignon, Luc Foisneau, Luka Ribarević and Dragutin Lalovićm.
New book by David Boucher explores and explicates the importance of contexts in reading and understanding how and why particular interpretations of Hobbes have emerged.
The 2018 Hobbes Studies Essay Competition is now open for submissions. The closing date is 30th May, and entries are welcome from researchers who are currently enrolled in postgraduate study or completed their PhD no earlier than 3rd March 2013.
By focusing on the role of rhetoric in the writings of Machiavelli, Shakespeare and Thomas Hobbes, Quentin Skinner offers new insights into many of their major works. This important volume will be of particular interest to students and teachers of early modern history and literature.
Alison McQueen’s book, Political Realism in Apocalyptic Times, contains a chapter on Hobbes, alongside chapters on Machiavelli and Morgenthau.
A new German translation of De Cive is now available.
A new German/Latin edition of De cive, edited by Andree Hahmann and Dieter Hüning.
New article about personhood in Hobbes’s political theory by Sean Fleming in European Journal of Political Theory.
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