History of European Ideas articles

Volume 43 (1)

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
Existentialism as a Political Problem in Karl Löwith's Thought
Arkadiusz Górnisiewicz, vol. 42 (7): 951-964
The Death of Beauty: Goya's Etchings and Black Paintings through the Eyes of André Malraux
Derek Allan, vol. 42 (7): 965-980

Volume 42 (5)

Foreword
David A. Lines, vol. 42 (5): 589-589
Editorial
Sara Miglietti, vol. 42 (5): 590-594
‘Selecta colligere’: Marsilio Ficino and Renaissance Reading Practices
Rocco Di Dio, vol. 42 (5): 595-606
Mediated Technologies: Locating Non-Authorial Agency in Printed and Digital Texts
Andie Silva, vol. 42 (5): 607-617
‘Newly Amended and Much Enlarged’: Claims of Novelty and Enlargement on the Title Pages of Reprints in the Early Modern English Book Trade
Jonathan R. Olson, vol. 42 (5): 618-628
A Multitude of Eyes, Tongues, and Mouths: Readerly Agency in Shakespeare's Sonnets
Cordelia Zukerman, vol. 42 (5): 629-639
London Calling: John Harington’s Exegetical Domestication of Ariosto in Late Sixteenth-Century England
Bryan Brazeau, vol. 42 (5): 640-650
Fashioned through Use: Jacques Bellot's Rules and its Successors
Peter Auger, vol. 42 (5): 651-664
How to Paint a Roman Soldier: Early Modern Artists' Readings of Guillaume du Choul's Discours (1554–1556)
Marta Cacho Casal, vol. 42 (5): 665-682
A Gift Text of Hispano-Neapolitan Diplomacy: Giovan Battista Manso's Erocallia (1628)
Thomas Denman, vol. 42 (5): 683-693
The Reader as Authorial Figure in Scientific Debate
Sarah E. Parker, vol. 42 (5): 694-706
The Censor as Reader: Censorial Responses to Bodin's Methodus in Counter-Reformation Italy (1587–1607)
Sara Miglietti, vol. 42 (5): 707-721

Volume 42 (3)

Henry Savile's Tacitus and the English role on the Continent: Leicester, Hotman, Lipsius
J.H. Waszink, vol. 42 (3): 303-319
John Toland's Conjecture on the First Invention of Typographic Printing as Inspired by Cicero: Text and Context
Bartholomew Begley, vol. 42 (3): 320-328
The Law of Nations and Declarations of War after the Peace of Utrecht
Frederik Dhondt, vol. 42 (3): 329-349