History of European Ideas articles

Volume 40 (7)

Early Socialism as Intellectual History
vol. 40 (7): 893-904
Eavesdropper on the Past: John W. Burrow (1935–2009), Intellectual History and Its Future
vol. 40 (7): 905-924
Intellectual History and the History of Philosophy
vol. 40 (7): 925-937
Presentation
vol. 40 (7): 938-939
Gallican Liberties and the Catholic League
vol. 40 (7): 940-964
Superstitionis Malleus: John Toland, Cicero, and the War on Priestcraft in Early Enlightenment England
vol. 40 (7): 965-983
Socialism, Antifascism and Anti-Totalitarianism: The Intellectual Dialogue (and Discord) between Andrea Caffi and Nicola Chiaromonte (1932–1955)
vol. 40 (7): 984-1003
A Biographical Dictionary of Tutors at the Dissenters' Private Academies, 1660–1729
vol. 40 (7): 1004-1006
Presence: Philosophy, History, and Cultural Theory for the Twenty-First Century
vol. 40 (7): 1006-1010

Volume 40 (6)

Introduction
vol. 40 (6): 741-746
Spirituality, Tradition and Gender: Judith Montefiore, the Very Model of a Modern Jewish Woman
vol. 40 (6): 747-760
The ‘Great Doctrine of Transcendent Disdain’: History, Politics and the Self in Renan's Life of Jesus
vol. 40 (6): 761-776
Charles Péguy and Prophecy
vol. 40 (6): 777-787
Newman at the Sorbonne, or, the Vicissitudes of an Important Philosophical Heritage in Inter-war France
vol. 40 (6): 788-803
The Allure of Albert Schweitzer
vol. 40 (6): 804-825
Fear, Sublimity, Transcendence: Notes for a History of Emotions in Olivier Messiaen
vol. 40 (6): 826-856
‘Une amitié fondée dans la Vie’: Catholic Conceptions of Friendship at the French Canadian Review La Relève, 1934–1950
vol. 40 (6): 857-872
Post-War Saints: 1945–1960
vol. 40 (6): 873-892

Volume 40 (5)

Rationality and Freedom in Hobbes's Theory of Action
vol. 40 (5): 603-621
From Francis Hutcheson to James McCosh: Irish Presbyterians and Defining the Scottish Philosophy in the Nineteenth Century
vol. 40 (5): 622-643
Relative Obscurity: The Emotions of Words, Paint and Sound in Eighteenth-Century Literary Criticism
vol. 40 (5): 644-661
The Wealth and Freedom of the North: Scandinavian Political Cultures and Economic Ideas in the Eighteenth Century
vol. 40 (5): 662-674
Edmund Burke's Ideas on Historical Change
vol. 40 (5): 675-692
Squaring the Shield: William Ridgeway's Two Models of Early Greece
vol. 40 (5): 693-713
What is Social Economics?
vol. 40 (5): 714-733
The Making of British Socialism
vol. 40 (5): 734-740

Volume 40 (4)

Editorial
vol. 40 (4): 451-456
Does the History of Medicine Begin where the History of Philosophy Ends? An Example of Interdisciplinarity in the Early Modern Era
vol. 40 (4): 457-473
Meaning in a Changing Context: Towards an Interdisciplinary Approach to Authorial Revision
vol. 40 (4): 474-494
Luxury and Consumption in Eighteenth-Century Italy: Intellectual History, Methodological Ideas and Interdisciplinary Research Practice
vol. 40 (4): 495-515
‘Who Will Write the History of Tears?’ History of Ideas and History of Emotions from Eighteenth-Century France to the Present
vol. 40 (4): 516-532
Conceptual Mediation: Philosophy between the History of Physiology and Contemporary Neuroscience
vol. 40 (4): 533-544
From Methodology to Ontology: Interdisciplinarity as a Principle of Constitution of Objectivity—Reflections from the Study of American Philosophy
vol. 40 (4): 545-560
Jacob Vernet and ‘The Religious Enlightenment’: ‘Rational Calvinism’, the Pastors of Geneva and the French philosophes
vol. 40 (4): 561-597
The Common Law Mind and the Eighteenth Century
vol. 40 (4): 598-601

Volume 40 (3)

The Invention of Savage Society: Amerindian Religion and Society in Acosta's Anthropological Theology
vol. 40 (3): 291-311
Pierre Bayle's The Condition of Wholly Catholic France Under the Reign of Louis the Great (1686)
vol. 40 (3): 312-359
Must We Choose between Democracy and Music? On a Curious Silence in Tocqueville's Democracy in America
vol. 40 (3): 360-380
The Intellectual as Agent: Politics and Independence in the Other ‘Caso Silone’
vol. 40 (3): 381-405
Michael Oakeshott and Hans-Georg Gadamer on Practices, Social Science, and Modernity
vol. 40 (3): 406-436