History of European Ideas articles

Volume 38 (2)

The Weight of the Moment: J. G. A. Pocock's Politics of History
vol. 38 (2): 288-306
Political Biblicism and the Coming of Civil War
vol. 38 (2): 307-311
English Republicanism and the French Revolution
vol. 38 (2): 312-314
Political Thought that Mattered Politically
vol. 38 (2): 315-322

Volume 38 (1)

Introduction
vol. 38 (1): 1-4
The Context of the Stewart–Prevost Correspondence
vol. 38 (1): 5-18
The Correspondence of Dugald Stewart, Pierre Prevost, and their Circle, 1794–1829
vol. 38 (1): 19-73
Much Ado About Dugald: The Chequered Career of Dugald Stewart's Letter to Sir William Forbes on James Beattie's Essay on Truth
vol. 38 (1): 74-102
Dugald Stewart's Original Letter on James Beattie's Essay on Truth, 1805–1806
vol. 38 (1): 103-121
Stewart, Kant, and the Reworking of Common Sense
vol. 38 (1): 122-142
Adaptations: History, Gender, and Political Economy in the Work of Dugald Stewart
vol. 38 (1): 143-161
Common Sense in the Public Sphere: Dugald Stewart and the Edinburgh Review
vol. 38 (1): 162-178

Volume 37 (4)

The Bond of Civility': Roger Williams on toleration and its limits
vol. 37 (4): 409-420
From Greece to Babylon:The political thought of Andrew Michael Ramsay (1686–1743)
vol. 37 (4): 421-437
The moral person of the state : Emer de Vattel and the foundations of international legal order
vol. 37 (4): 438-445
Jeremy Bentham's ‘unusually liberal’ representative democracy
vol. 37 (4): 446-453
Vergemeinschaftung and Vergesellschaftung in Max Weber: A reconstruction of his linguistic usage
vol. 37 (4): 454-465
The uses and abuses of ‘secular religion’: Jules Monnerot's path from communism to fascism
vol. 37 (4): 466-474
An ineluctable minimum of natural law François Gény, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and the limits of legal skepticism
vol. 37 (4): 475-482
Hugh Trevor-Roper and the history of ideas
vol. 37 (4): 483-505
Historical reflections upon commerce, political economy and revolution in the eighteenth-century Atlantic World
vol. 37 (4): 506-510

Volume 37 (3)

Histories of analytic political philosophy
vol. 37 (3): 243-248
Analytic ethics in the central period
vol. 37 (3): 249-256
The rationalist tradition and the problem of induction: Karl Popper's rejection of epistemological optimism
vol. 37 (3): 257-266
Missing links: W. V. Quine, the making of ‘Two Dogmas’, and the analytic roots of post-analytic philosophy
vol. 37 (3): 267-279
The post-analytic roots of humanist liberalism
vol. 37 (3): 280-292
The sources of communitarianism on the American left: Pluralism, republicanism, and participatory democracy
vol. 37 (3): 293-303
What's the good of post-analytic philosophy?
vol. 37 (3): 304-314
Contextualist dilemmas
vol. 37 (3): 315-324
Normativity and Instrumentalism in David Lewis’ Convention
vol. 37 (3): 325-335
The general will beyond Rousseau: Sieyès’ theological arguments for the sovereignty of the Revolutionary National Assembly
vol. 37 (3): 337-343
Wotan and the ‘archetypal Ergriffenheit’: Mystical union, national spiritual rebirth and culture-creating capacity in C. G. Jung's ‘Wotan’ essay
vol. 37 (3): 344-356
Republicanism and political economy in Pagnerre's Dictionnaire politique (1842)
vol. 37 (3): 357-364
Revisiting the Gramsci–Bukharin relationship: Neglected symmetries
vol. 37 (3): 365-375
A dialogue with Nietzsche: Blumenberg and Löwith on history and progress
vol. 37 (3): 376-381
Historical explanation: From narrative to causation – and back?
vol. 37 (3): 382-395
Recent tendencies in the history of political thought
vol. 37 (3): 396-402
The Question of Freedom in Rousseau's Writings
vol. 37 (3): 403-405
A Third ‘Democracy in America’?
vol. 37 (3): 406-408

Volume 36 (4)

The origin, definition, assimilation and endurance of instinctu naturae in Natural Law Parlance—From Isidore and Ulpian to Hobbes and Locke
vol. 36 (4): 361-374