History of European Ideas articles

Volume 43 (2)

Pocock, Machiavelli and Political Contingency in Foreign Affairs: Republican Existentialism Outside (and Within) the City
John P. McCormick, vol. 43 (2): 171-183
Pocock, Machiavelli and Political Contingency in Foreign Affairs: Republican Existentialism Outside (and Within) the City
John P. McCormick, vol. 43 (2): 171-183
Citizens, Subjects or Tyrants? Relocating the People in Pocock's The Machiavellian Moment
Kiran Banerjee, vol. 43 (2): 184-197
Citizens, Subjects or Tyrants? Relocating the People in Pocock's The Machiavellian Moment
Kiran Banerjee, vol. 43 (2): 184-197
‘Barons’ Wars, under Other Names’: Feudalism, Royalism and the American Founding
Eric Nelson, vol. 43 (2): 198-214
‘Barons’ Wars, under Other Names’: Feudalism, Royalism and the American Founding
Eric Nelson, vol. 43 (2): 198-214
Afterword: The Machiavellian Moment: A Very Short Retrospect and Re-Introduction
J. G. A. Pocock, vol. 43 (2): 215-221
Afterword: The Machiavellian Moment: A Very Short Retrospect and Re-Introduction
J. G. A. Pocock, vol. 43 (2): 215-221

Volume 43 (1)

Editors' introduction
Malik Bozzo-Rey, vol. 43 (1): 1-10
Editors' introduction
Malik Bozzo-Rey, vol. 43 (1): 1-10
Jeremy Bentham, choice architect: law, indirect legislation, and the context of choice
Michael Quinn, vol. 43 (1): 11-33
Jeremy Bentham, choice architect: law, indirect legislation, and the context of choice
Michael Quinn, vol. 43 (1): 11-33
‘The invisible chain’: Jeremy Bentham and neo-liberalism
Christian Laval, vol. 43 (1): 34-52
‘The invisible chain’: Jeremy Bentham and neo-liberalism
Christian Laval, vol. 43 (1): 34-52
Nudges and the limits of appropriate interference: reading backwards from J.S. Mill’s harm principle to Jeremy Bentham’s indirect legislation
Anne Brunon-Ernst, vol. 43 (1): 53-69
Nudges and the limits of appropriate interference: reading backwards from J.S. Mill’s harm principle to Jeremy Bentham’s indirect legislation
Anne Brunon-Ernst, vol. 43 (1): 53-69
Nudging Bentham: indirect legislation and (neo-)liberal politics
Stephen Engelmann, vol. 43 (1): 70-82
Nudging Bentham: indirect legislation and (neo-)liberal politics
Stephen Engelmann, vol. 43 (1): 70-82
‘Prevention of evil, production of good’: Jeremy Bentham’s indirect legislation and its contribution to a new theory of prevention
Angela Marciniak, vol. 43 (1): 83-105
‘Prevention of evil, production of good’: Jeremy Bentham’s indirect legislation and its contribution to a new theory of prevention
Angela Marciniak, vol. 43 (1): 83-105
Indirect legislation: it is just a question of time
Malik Bozzo-Rey, vol. 43 (1): 106-121
Indirect legislation: it is just a question of time
Malik Bozzo-Rey, vol. 43 (1): 106-121
The Oxford handbook of European romanticism
Michael Sonenscher, vol. 43 (1): 122-123
The Oxford handbook of European romanticism
Michael Sonenscher, vol. 43 (1): 122-123

Volume 42 (8)

Rehabilitating Machiavelli: Kaspar Schoppe with and against Rome
Gábor Almási, vol. 42 (8): 981-1004
The Praelium Nuportanum by Isaac Dorislaus: Anglo–Dutch Relations and Strategic historiography
Jan Waszink, vol. 42 (8): 1005-1026
Contests about Natural Law in Early Enlightenment Copenhagen
Mads Langballe Jensen, vol. 42 (8): 1027-1041
From Hanover to Gibraltar: Cato’s Letters (1720–23) in International Context
Doohwan Ahn, vol. 42 (8): 1042-1054
‘An Old Carriage with New Horses’: Nietzsche’s Critique of Democracy
Hugo Drochon, vol. 42 (8): 1055-1068
Agents of knowledge: Marxist identity politics in the Revisionismusstreit
Jamie Melrose, vol. 42 (8): 1069-1088
‘The Standard Work in English on the League’ and Its Authorship: Charles Howard Ellis, an Unlikely Australian Internationalist
James Cotton, vol. 42 (8): 1089-1104
New Histories of Enlightenment Geneva
Neven Leddy, vol. 42 (8): 1105-1110
Tuck, Rousseau and the Sovereignty of the People
Robin Douglass, vol. 42 (8): 1111-1114
Before anarchy. Hobbes and his critics in modern international thought
Michael Sonenscher, vol. 42 (8): 1115-1116

Volume 42 (7)

Experientia and the Machiavellian turn in religio-political and scientific thinking: Basel in 1580
Gábor Almási, vol. 42 (7): 857-881
Theories of the Sublime in the Dutch Golden Age: Franciscus Junius, Joost van den Vondel and Petrus Wittewrongel
Stijn Bussels, vol. 42 (7): 882-892
A Relocated Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment?
Trude Evenshaug, vol. 42 (7): 893-908
Race, polygenesis and equality: John Crawfurd and nineteenth-century resistance to evolution
Gareth Knapman, vol. 42 (7): 909-923
Virtue language in historical scholarship: the cases of Georg Waitz, Gabriel Monod and Henri Pirenne
Camille Creyghton, vol. 42 (7): 924-936
Georges Sorel’s Diremption: Hegel, Marxism and Anti-Dialectics
Eric Brandom, vol. 42 (7): 937-950