History of European Ideas articles

Volume 41 (8)

Thomas Hobbes and the Term ‘Right Reason’: Participation to Calculation
Robert A. Greene, vol. 41 (8): 997-1028
Japan in Early Modern Scholarly Journals, 1665–1750
Francesco Campagnola, vol. 41 (8): 1029-1048
The Reception of ‘That Bigoted Silly Fellow’ James Beattie's Essay on Truth in Britain 1770–1830
R. J. W. Mills, vol. 41 (8): 1049-1079
Leibniz, Locke, and the Early Modern Controversy over Legal Maxims
Andreas Blank, vol. 41 (8): 1080-1092
Francis Hutcheson on Luxury and Intemperance: The Mandeville Threat
Lisa Broussois, vol. 41 (8): 1093-1106
The Poison and the Spider's Web: Diderot and Eighteenth-Century French Epicureanism
Jared Holley, vol. 41 (8): 1107-1124
Jeremy Bentham on Utility and Truth
Philip Schofield, vol. 41 (8): 1125-1142
Mass and elite politics in Mill's considerations on representative Government
Chris Barker, vol. 41 (8): 1143-1163
On Political Theology: The Hidden Dialogue between C. Schmitt and Ernst H. Kantorowicz in The King's Two Bodies
Montserrat Herrero, vol. 41 (8): 1164-1177
History of Political Thought as Detective-Work
Adrian Blau, vol. 41 (8): 1178-1194
A Virtue for Courageous Minds: Moderation in French Political Thought, 1748–1830
Minchul Kim, vol. 41 (8): 1195-1197

Volume 41 (7)

vol. 41 (7): i-i
Bernard Mandeville as Moralist and Materialist
Daniel Luban, vol. 41 (7): 831-857
Civilisation and Colonisation: Enlightenment Theories in the Debate between Diderot and Raynal
Girolamo Imbruglia, vol. 41 (7): 858-882
Rousseau, Diderot and the Spirit of Catherine the Great's Reforms
Graham Clure, vol. 41 (7): 883-908
Spirituality, Politics, and the Maistrian Moment: Reflections on Themes from The French Idea of History
Carolina Armenteros, vol. 41 (7): 909-921
Jean-Baptiste Say's First Visit to England (1785/6)
Brian Lancaster, vol. 41 (7): 922-930
‘Eadem, sed aliter’: Arthur Schopenhauer as a Critic of ‘Progress’
Matthew Slaboch, vol. 41 (7): 931-947
Richard Cobden's European Tour: Three Unpublished Essays on Spain, Venice and Russia
Rosario López, vol. 41 (7): 948-965
Hobbes in Kiel, 1938: From Ferdinand Tönnies to Carl Schmitt
Tomaž Mastnak, vol. 41 (7): 966-991
The many Robespierres from 1794 to the present
Minchul Kim, vol. 41 (7): 992-996

Volume 41 (6)

Egyptology, the limits of antiquarianism, and the origins of conjectural history, c. 1680–1740: new sources and perspectives
Dmitri Levitin, vol. 41 (6): 699-727
Archibald Campbell's Necessity of Revelation (1739)—the Science of Human Nature's First Study of Religion
R. J. W. Mills, vol. 41 (6): 728-746
Buttons and Blood, or, How to Write an Anti-Slavery Treatise in 1770s Paris
April G. Shelford, vol. 41 (6): 747-770
J. A. Smith, Human Imperfection and the Strange Afterlife of British Idealism
Adrian Paylor, vol. 41 (6): 771-787
The Macho Magister Ludi: An Analysis of Ernest Gellner's Thought-Style
Stefan Schubert, vol. 41 (6): 788-803
Maynard Keynes and the Reverend Kenneth Rawlings: The Genesis of a Theatre
Paul Myles, vol. 41 (6): 804-821
The Future of Illusion: Political Theology and Early Modern Texts/Minding the Modern: Human Agency, Intellectual Traditions, and Responsible Knowledge
Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, vol. 41 (6): 822-825
Revolutionary Ideas: An Intellectual History of the French Revolution from the Rights of Man to Robespierre
Minchul Kim, vol. 41 (6): 825-830

Volume 41 (5)

Introduction: Between Morality and Anthropology—Sociability in Enlightenment Thought
Eva Piirimäe, vol. 41 (5): 571-588
Sociability and Hugo Grotius
Hans W. Blom, vol. 41 (5): 589-604
Genesis for Historians: Thomas Abbt on Biblical and Conjectural Accounts of Human Nature
Avi Lifschitz, vol. 41 (5): 605-618
Unsociable Sociability and the Crisis of Natural Law: Michael Hissmann (1752–1784) on the State of Nature
Alexander Schmidt, vol. 41 (5): 619-639
Philosophy, Sociability and Modern Patriotism: Young Herder between Rousseau and Abbt
Eva Piirimäe, vol. 41 (5): 640-661
Unsocial Sociability in the Scottish Enlightenment: Ferguson and Kames on War, Sociability and the Foundations of Patriotism
Iain McDaniel, vol. 41 (5): 662-682
Sociability, Perfectibility and the Intellectual Legacy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Michael Sonenscher, vol. 41 (5): 683-698

Volume 41 (4)

Understanding a Divide: A Symposium on a Fateful Public Conversation, Davos 1929
Björn Wittrock, vol. 41 (4): 423-431
Life-Philosophical Anthropology as the Missing Third: On Peter Gordon's Continental Divide
Hans-Peter Krüger, vol. 41 (4): 432-439
Heidegger and Cassirer on Science after the Cassirer and Heidegger of Davos
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, vol. 41 (4): 440-446
The Relevance of Cassirer and the Rewriting of Intellectual History
Stephan Steiner, vol. 41 (4): 447-453