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————– (1839-1845), Decameron physiologicum in The English Works of Thomas Hobbes, Vol. VII, Sir William Molesworth (ed.), London. John Bohn.

————– (1839-1845), The History of the Grecian War written by Thucydides in The English Works of Thomas Hobbes, Vol. VIII, Sir William Molesworth (ed.), London, John Bohn. 

————– (1839-1845), De Corpore in Opera Philosophica Quae Latine Scripsit, Vol. I., Sir William Molesworth (ed.), London, John Bohn.

————– (1839-1845), De Homine in Opera Philosophica Quae Latine Scripsit, Vol. II., Sir William Molesworth (ed.), London, John Bohn.

————– (1839-1845), Historia Ecclesiastica in Opera Philosophica Quae Latine Scripsit, Vol. V., Sir William Molesworth (ed.), London, John Bohn.

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————– (1994b), The Elements of Law Natural and Politic. Part I: Human Nature; Part II: De Corpore Politico: with Three Lives, J.C.A. Gaskin (ed.), Oxford, O.U.P.

————– (1996), Leviathan, R. Tuck (ed.), Cambridge, C.U.P.

————– (1997), “A Discourse upon the Beginning of Tacitus”, “A Discourse of Rome”, and “A Discourse of Laws” in Three Discourses. A critical modern edition of newly identified work of the young Hobbes, N. Reynolds & A. Saxonhouse (eds.), Chicago, U.C.P.

————– (1998), On the Citizen, M. Silverthorne and R. Tuck (eds.), Cambridge, C.U.P.

————– (2000), Tratado sobre el Cuerpo, J. Rodríguez Feo (trad.), Madrid, Trotta.

————– (2005), A Dialogue Between a Philosopher and a Student, of the Common Laws of England in The Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes, Vol. XI, A. Cromartie and Q. Skinner (eds.), Oxford, O.U.P.

————– (2005), Questions relative to Hereditary Right in The Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes, Vol. XI, A. Cromartie and Q. Skinner (eds.), Oxford, O.U.P.

————– (2009),  Behemoth, or The Long Parliament, in The Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes, Vol. X, P. Seaward (ed.), Oxford, O.U.P.

————– (2011), Elementos filosóficos. Del Ciudadano, A. Rosler (trad.), Buenos Aires, Hydra.

————– (2012), Leviathan, 3 Vols., in The Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes, Vols. III, IV & V, N. Malcolm (ed.), Oxford, O.U.P.

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