History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History articles

Volume 51 (1)

CHINESE ART: HOW DIFFERENT COULD IT BE FROM WESTERN PAINTING?
David Carrier, vol. 51 (1): 116-122
SEARLEWORLD1
Paul A. Roth, vol. 51 (1): 123-142
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS
vol. 51 (1): 143-146
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 51 (1): 147-150

Volume 50 (4)

INTRODUCTION: THE METAPHOR OF HISTORICAL DISTANCE
JAAP DEN HOLLANDER, vol. 50 (4): 1-10
RETHINKING HISTORICAL DISTANCE: FROM DOCTRINE TO HEURISTIC
MARK SALBER PHILLIPS, vol. 50 (4): 11-23
WHY HISTORICAL DISTANCE IS NOT A PROBLEM
MARK BEVIR, vol. 50 (4): 24-37
BEYOND THE HORIZON: CHRONOSCHISMS AND HISTORICAL DISTANCE
HANS KELLNER, vol. 50 (4): 38-50
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY AND THE ART OF SELF-DISTANCING
JAAP DEN HOLLANDER, vol. 50 (4): 51-67
INDIRECT REFERENCE AND THE CREATION OF DISTANCE IN HISTORY
EUGEN ZELEŇÁK, vol. 50 (4): 68-80
GADAMER AND COLLINGWOOD ON TEMPORAL DISTANCE AND UNDERSTANDING
CHINATSU KOBAYASHI, vol. 50 (4): 81-103
DISTANCE AND SELF-DISTANCIATION: INTELLECTUAL VIRTUE AND HISTORICAL METHOD AROUND 1900
HERMAN PAUL, vol. 50 (4): 104-116
CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION: A VIEW FROM A DISTANCE
RIK PETERS, vol. 50 (4): 117-135
THE TRANSFIGURATION OF DISTANCE INTO FUNCTION
FRANK ANKERSMIT, vol. 50 (4): 136-149

Volume 50 (3)

ATTRIBUTION OF CONCEPTS AND PROBLEMS WITH ANACHRONISM1
BRANKO MITROVIĆ, vol. 50 (3): 303-327
MYTH IN HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY AS MYTH: ON THE AMBIVALENCE OF HANS BLUMENBERG'S INTERPRETATION OF ERNST CASSIRER'S THEORY OF MYTH
JEFFREY ANDREW BARASH, vol. 50 (3): 328-340
MARGINS AND MONSTERS: HOW SOME MICRO CASES LEAD TO MACRO CLAIMS1
CHUANFEI CHIN, vol. 50 (3): 341-357
UNCERTAINTY AND THE HISTORY OF IDEAS
ADRIAN BLAU, vol. 50 (3): 358-372
CONNECTING THE NEW POLITICAL HISTORY WITH RECENT THEORIES OF TEMPORAL ACCELERATION: SPEED, POLITICS, AND THE CULTURAL IMAGINATION OF FIN DE SIÈCLE BRITAIN
RYAN ANTHONY VIEIRA, vol. 50 (3): 373-389
HISTORY/PHILOSOPHY/SCIENCE: SOME LESSONS FOR PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY
John H. Zammito, vol. 50 (3): 390-413
SCHOLARSHIP AND PERIODIZATION
Constantin Fasolt, vol. 50 (3): 414-424
PHILOSOPHY AS PERPETUAL MOTION: PRAGMATISM MOVES ON
Martin Jay, vol. 50 (3): 425-432
ALL WRITTEN UP
Carolyn Steedman, vol. 50 (3): 433-442
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS
vol. 50 (3): 443-445
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 50 (3): 446-449
Volume Index
vol. 50 (3): 451-456

Volume 50 (2)

TOWARD A DEFINITION OF POPULAR CULTURE
HOLT N. PARKER, vol. 50 (2): 147-170
CULTURAL HISTORY, THE POSSIBLE, AND THE PRINCIPLE OF PLENITUDE
HANNU SALMI, vol. 50 (2): 171-187
1. DECENTERING HISTORY: LOCAL STORIES AND CULTURAL CROSSINGS IN A GLOBAL WORLD
NATALIE ZEMON DAVIS, vol. 50 (2): 188-202
2. STORYTELLING
JOAN W. SCOTT, vol. 50 (2): 203-209
3. DECENTERED IDENTITIES: THE CASE OF THE ROMANTICS
BONNIE G. SMITH, vol. 50 (2): 210-219
4. MEDITERRANEAN HISTORY AS GLOBAL HISTORY
DAVID ABULAFIA, vol. 50 (2): 220-228
1. CONSTRUCTING A SELECTIONIST PARADIGM
Martin Stuart-Fox, vol. 50 (2): 229-242
2. ONCE AGAIN, WITH MORE FEELING
Philip Pomper, vol. 50 (2): 243-253
THE TIME OF THE SELF AND THE TIME OF THE OTHER
Charles Bambach, vol. 50 (2): 254-269
CALIFORNIA IRREDENTA
JOSEF CHYTRY, vol. 50 (2): 270-284
BETWEEN GENOCIDE AND “GENOCIDE”
Berel Lang, vol. 50 (2): 285-294
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS
vol. 50 (2): 295-298

Volume 50 (1)

PERFORMING HISTORY: HOW HISTORICAL SCHOLARSHIP IS SHAPED BY EPISTEMIC VIRTUES
HERMAN PAUL, vol. 50 (1): 1-19
THE TEETH OF TIME: PIERRE HADOT ON MEANING AND MISUNDERSTANDING IN THE HISTORY OF IDEAS
PIERRE FORCE, vol. 50 (1): 20-40