References for Thomas Hobbes


  1. S I Mintz, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    See THIS LINK.
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/Thomas-Hobbes

    Books:

  3. K C Brown (ed.), Hobbes studies (Oxford, 1965).
  4. C H Hinnant, Thomas Hobbes: A Reference Guide (1980).
  5. D M Jesseph, Squaring the circle : The war between Hobbes and Wallis (Chicago, 1999).
  6. R S Peters, Hobbes (Harmondsworth, 1967).
  7. G C Robertson, Hobbes (Edinburgh, 1971).
  8. G A J Rogers and A Ryan (eds.), Perspectives on Thomas Hobbes (Oxford, 1988).
  9. R Ross, H Schneider and T Waldman (eds.), Thomas Hobbes in his Time (Minneapolis, 1974).
  10. T Sorell (ed.), The Cambridge companion to Hobbes (Cambridge, 1996).
  11. W Sacksteder, Hobbes Studies (1879-1979) : a Bibliography (Bowling Green, OH, 1982).
  12. L Stephen, Hobbes (Bristol, 1991).

    Articles:

  13. J Aubrey, A Brief Life of Thomas Hobbes, 1588-1679, in O L Dick (ed.), John Aubrey, Aubrey's Brief Lives (London, 1949), 147-59.
  14. J Bernhardt, Empirisme rationnel et statut des 'universalia' : le problème de la théorie de la science chez Hobbes, Rev. Histoire Sci. 46 (2-3) (1993), 131-152.
  15. J Bernhardt, La polémique de Hobbes contre la 'Dioptrique' de Descartes dans le 'Tractatus opticus II' (1644), Rev. Internat. Philos. 33 (3) (1979), 432-442.
  16. H R Bernstein, Conatus, Hobbes, and the young Leibniz, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 11 (1) (1980), 25-37.
  17. A Bird, Squaring the circle : Hobbes on philosophy and geometry, J. Hist. Ideas 57 (1996), 217-231.
  18. W Breidert, Les mathématiques et la méthode mathématique chez Hobbes, Rev. Internat. Philos. 33 (3) (1979), 415-431.
  19. F Cajori, Controversies between Wallis, Hobbes, and Barrow, Math. Teacher 2 (1929), 146-151.
  20. H Grant, Geometry and politics : mathematics in the thought of Thomas Hobbes, Math. Mag. 63 (3) (1990), 147-154.
  21. H Grant, Hobbes and mathematics, in The Cambridge companion to Hobbes (Cambridge, 1996), 108-128.
  22. D M Jesseph, Hobbes and mathematical method, Perspect. Sci. 1 (2) (1993), 306-341.
  23. D M Jesseph, Of analytics and indivisibles : Hobbes on the methods of modern mathematics, Rev. Histoire Sci. 46 (2-3) (1993), 153-193.
  24. W R de Jong, Hobbes's logic : language and scientific method, Hist. Philos. Logic 7 (2) (1986), 123-142.
  25. S Kami'nski, Hobbes' theory of definition (Polish), Studia Logica 7 (1958), 43-69.
  26. M Laserna, Introduction to the theory of science in Hobbes (Spanish), Rev. Acad. Colombiana Cienc. Exact. Fis. Natur. 23 (86) (1999), 97-128.
  27. G De Lorenzo, Influsso di Galileo e di Kepler su Hobbes e Kant, Rend. Accad. Sci. Fis. Mat. Napoli (4) 14 (1946-47), 182-186.
  28. A Malet, The power of images : mathematics and metaphysics in Hobbes's optics, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 32A (2) (2001), 303-333.
  29. S I Mintz, Galileo, Hobbes, and the circle of perfection, Isis 43 (1952), 98-100.
  30. S Probst, Infinity and creation : the origin of the controversy between Thomas Hobbes and the Savilian professors Seth Ward and John Wallis, British J. Hist. Sci. 26 (90, 3) (1993), 271-279.
  31. H Pycior, Mathematics and philosophy : Wallis, Hobbes, Barrow and Berkeley, Journal of the History of Ideas 48 (1987), 265-287.
  32. B Russell, History of Western Philosophy (London, 1961), 531-541.
  33. W Sacksteder, Hobbes : The art of gemetricians, J. Hist. Philos. 18 (1980), 131-146.
  34. W Sacksteder, Hobbes : geometrical objects, Philos. Sci. 48 (4) (1981), 573-590.
  35. S Schaffer, Wallifaction : Thomas Hobbes on school divinity and experimental pneumatics, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 19 (3) (1988), 275-298.