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    The Bloomsbury Companion to Hobbes_, _edited by S.A. Lloyd.Bernard Stefan Baumrin - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):124-124.
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    The Essential Leviathan: A Modernized Edition; Nancy A. Stanlick, Editor; Daniel P. Collette, Associate Editor; Hackett Publishing Company; 320 Pages; Paper: $14.00 £11.99; Cloth: $42.00 £34.99. [REVIEW]Ruairidh J. Brown - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):121-123.
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    Representation and the Person of the State.Philippe Crignon - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):48-74.
    _ Source: _Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 48 - 74 According to Hobbes, a commonwealth can only occur when the natural multitude of men are made one thanks to a covenantal device. The artificial unity of the political community can be seen as strengthened by the use of concepts that reflect some natural unity, such as “body” or “person”. Both notions can indeed be found in Hobbes’s political treatises, but the degree of importance attached to them varies greatly. The key (...)
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    Authorisation and Representation Before Leviathan.Robin Douglass - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):30-47.
    _ Source: _Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 30 - 47 In this article, I show that Hobbes’s account of the generation of the commonwealth in both _The Elements of Law_ and _De Cive_ relies on ideas that he would come to theorise in terms of authorisation and representation in _Leviathan_. In this respect, I argue that the _Leviathan_ account is better understood as filling in gaps and resolving equivocations in Hobbes’s theory, rather than marking a decisive break in his thinking. (...)
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    Hobbes and the Hardwick Digests.Timothy Raylor - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):1-24.
    _ Source: _Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 1 - 24 Three student digests of uncertain origin have been identified among the Hobbes manuscripts now at Chatsworth. This article describes the physical composition and contents of the manuscripts, identifies their textual sources, adds two previously unnoticed digests to the gathering, and offers some suggestions about their character, likely dates, and provenance.
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    What is the Leviathan?Paul Sagar - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):75-92.
    _ Source: _Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 75 - 92 The aim of this article is to explore some of what Hobbes says in _Leviathan_ about what the Leviathan is. I propose that Hobbes is not finally clear on this score. Nonetheless, such indeterminacy might be revealing, insofar as it points us in different directions regarding how the state can be conceptualized, and what it is thought able to do. The paper is thus deliberately open ended: it does not aim (...)
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    Revisiting Hobbes on Representation.Mónica Brito Vieira - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):25-29.
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    RE-Imagiing Leviathan.Mónica Brito Vieira - 2018 - Hobbes Studies 31 (1):93-119.
    _ Source: _Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 93 - 119 Over the years great care has been lavished by scholars of Hobbes on decoding the image produced for Leviathan by Abraham Bosse with the creative input of Thomas Hobbes. This article focusses instead on the reception and remaking of this image, arguably the most iconic image in the statist imaginary. Attention turns here, in particular, to two contemporary artworks, Do Ho Suh’s Some/One and Ernesto Neto’s Leviathan Thot. Both of these (...)
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