Thomas Hobbes and Italy Day

June 1, 2019
Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury Soceity

The Garden Room at The Old Bell Hotel
Abbey Row
Malmesbury SN16 0BW
United Kingdom

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THOMAS HOBBES DAY  ~ Saturday 1st June 2019

The Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury Society is hosting a THOMAS HOBBES DAY on Saturday 1st June:

A Symposium on the theme of Thomas Hobbes, Machiavelli and Italy will be held at The Old Bell Hotel, Malmesbury. Our speakers are world leaders in Hobbes studies: Professor Quentin Skinner, this country’s leading Hobbes expert, Dr. Raffaella Santi from the University of Urbino in Italy and, Dr. Luc Foisneau who wrote his doctorate on Hobbes and is Director at the The National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris. 

Time: 10am to 5pm

Tickets: £22.50  (Student tickets available only on EventBrite at £10)

Followed by an evening concert of 17th century English and Italian baroque music performed by a young trio from the ensemble Music for Awhile under the Artistic Directorship of Professor Margaret Faultless in the Julia and Hans Rausing Building (formerly the Moravian Church)

Time: 7:30pm - 10pm

Tickets: £15

Individual and combined tickets (£32.50) are available from The Workbox, Malmesbury High Street or on-line at hobbes.eventbrite.com 


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May 30, 2019, 9:00am BST

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