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    Hamilton, James J. 2012. Pyrrhonism in the Political Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 20, Issue. 2, p. 217.

  • Volume 3: Hobbes and Civil Science
  • Quentin Skinner, University of Cambridge

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The third of three volumes of essays by Quentin Skinner, one of the world's leading intellectual historians. This collection includes some of his most important essays on Thomas Hobbes, each of which has been carefully revised for publication in this form. In a series of writings spanning the past four decades Professor Skinner examines, with his customary perspicuity, the evolution and character of Hobbes's political thought. An indispensable work in its own right, this volume also serves as a demonstration of those methodological theories propounded in Volume I, and as an appositional commentary on the Renaissance values of civic virtue treated in Volume II. All of Professor Skinner's work is characterised by philosophical power, limpid clarity, and elegance of exposition; these essays, many of which are now recognised classics, provide a fascinating and convenient digest of the development of his thought. Professer Skinner has been awarded the Balzan Prize Life Time Achievement Award for Political Thought, History and Theory. Full details of this award can be found at


‘As a retrospective showcase of the work of a major scholar, this is impressive. Skinner’s ability to combine political and philosophical insight with minute knowledge of several centuries of political literature is awe inspiring.’

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Fonds Latin MS 6566A: Hobs [Name on spine; no title-page]
Add. MS D. 105, fos. 70ff. [Wallis to Tenison, 30 November 1680, draft]
Aubrey MS 9: The Life of Mr. Thomas Hobbes, of Malmesburie.
Aubrey MS 12, fos. 166–7 [Hobbes to Aubrey, 24 February 1675, transcript]
Add. MS 4278, fo. 205r to 206v: Cavendish to Pell, 11 May 1645
Add. MS 4278, fo. 223r to 224v: Cavendish to Pell, 11 November 1645
Add. MS 4278, fo. 259r to 260v: Cavendish to Pell, 19 July 1646
Add. MS 4278, fo. 263r to 263v: Cavendish to Pell, 12 October 1646
Add. MS 4278, fo. 265r to 266v: Cavendish to Pell, 7 December 1646
Add. MS 4278, fo. 273r to 274v: Cavendish to Pell, 2 August 1648
Add. MS 4278, fo. 291r to 292v: Cavendish to Pell, 5 October 1649
Add. MS 4280, fo. 136r to 136v: Pell to Cavendish, 26 May 1649
Add. MSS 6193, fo. 68v to 69r: Hooke to Boyle, c1664 [transcript]
Add. MSS 32533, fos. 37–8: Aubrey to Hobbes, 24 June, 1675
Add. MSS 72850: The Petty Papers, vol. 6, pt. 2, fo. 134 [Hobbes to Aubrey, February 1675, Letter in hand of James Wheldon]
Add. MSS 72886: The Petty Papers, vol. 37, item 1 (previously vol. 4, item 36): Politicall pastimes and paradoxes [Draft Epistle Dedicatory in hand of Sir William Petty, signed and dated 1687]
Egerton MS 1910: Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan Or the Matter, Forme, and Power of A Commonwealth Ecclesiastical and Civil
Harl. MS 3360: Thomas Hobbes, A Minute or first Draught of the Optiques In two parts The first of Illumination second of Vision
Harl. MS 4235: Thomas Hobbes, The Elements of Law, Naturall and Politique
Harl. MS 6083, fo. 177r–177v: Thomas Hobbes, Of Passions [MS in hand of Sir Charles Cavendish, endorsed ‘parte of Mr: Hobbes his answear to my brothers quaeres’.]
Harl. MS 6796, fos. 193–266: [Thomas Hobbes, Latin optical treatise]
Harl. MS 6796, fos. 297–308: [A Short Tract on First principles]
Sloane MS 904, fo. 14r: The Principles of Mr. Hobs
Sloane MS 1458, fo. 35r: Mr Hobs creed, called also the Hobbish Creed
MS Gg. 1. 4: A[nthony] A[scham], [Of Marriage]. [56 folio sheets, preceded by unnumbered table of contents and two ascriptions of authorship: (1) ‘By A A Gent London 1647’. (2) (in a different hand): ‘Written By master Askham that was afterwards killed in Spaine being agent for the Parliament of England there.’]
Hardwick MSS:
Hardwick MS 29: Book of Accounts: Begining 1608. Ending 1623
Hardwick MS 70: Untitled. [Exercise book in hand of 3rd Earl of Devonshire, 53 fos., unpaginated, signed ‘William Cavendysshe’ on inside front and back covers, ‘William Devoshier’ on inside back cover.]
Hobbes MSS:
Hobbes MS A. 1: Ad Nobilissimum Dominum Gulielmum Comitem Devoniae etc. De Mirabilibus Pecci, Carmen Thomas Hobbes
Hobbes MS A. 2. B: The Elementes of Law, Naturall and Politique
Hobbes MS A. 5: Untitled. [Draft in scribal hand of ch. 3 and part of ch. 2 of De Homine, 15 quarto pages]
Hobbes MS A. 6: Untitled. [MS of Vita Carmine Expressa, mainly in hand of James Wheldon, with corrections by Hobbes, 10 folio pages]
Hobbes MS A. 8 (1): Aristotelis Parva Moralia, sive de Ethicis virtutibus in Hobbes MS A. 8: Three Digests [Bound folio MS volume, title on spine], pp. 1–39
Hobbes MS D. 1: Latin Exercises [Bound MS volume: Ex Aristot: Rhet., pp. 1–143; extracts from Florus's epitome of Livy's history, pp. 160–54 rev.]
Hobbes MS D. 2: Untitled. [Mathematics exercise book in hand of third earl of Devonshire with corrections by Hobbes]
Hobbes MS D. 3: Essayes of 1 Arrogance 2 Ambition 3 Affectation 4 Detraction 5 Selfe=will 6 Masters and Servants 7 Expences 8 Visitations 9 Death 10 Readinge of Histories [Bound MS volume, ⅵ;+ 78 pp.]
Hobbes MS D. 5: Questions relative to Hereditary Right. Mr Hobbes. [Single quarto sheet]
Hobbes MS E. 1. A: [Library catalogue]
Hobbes MS G. 2: The Lord Shaftsburys Speech in the House of Lords March. 25. 1679 [3 folio pages]
Hobbes MS G. 3: A Copy of the Bill concerning the D: of York [7 folio pages]
Hobbes MS 73. Aa: Translations of Italian Letters [Bound MS volume, 248 pp., 34 pp. blank at end. 76 letters from Fulgenzio Micanzio. Flyleaf inscription in Hobbes's hand: ‘Translated out of the originall Italian Letters by Th: Hobbes, secretary to ye Lord Cavendysh’.]
MS 13: Behemoth or the Long Parliament. By Thomas Hobbes of Malmsbury. [Fair copy in hand of James Wheldon, with additions and excisions in hand of Hobbes.]
Hartlib Papers 42/1/1A–2B: Worsley to unidentified correspondent, 22 June 1648
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