Intellectual History Review articles

Volume 26 (1)

Nicholas of Cusa's discourse of tolerance in modern thought
vol. 26 (1): 33-41
Huet's interpretation of the Essays of Montaigne
vol. 26 (1): 43-48
Intellectual history and language
vol. 26 (1): 49-53
The “new philosophy” condemned by the Holy Office: the affair of Mademoiselle de Bourignon
vol. 26 (1): 55-70
Highways of light to the invisible college: linking data on seventeenth-century intellectual diasporas
vol. 26 (1): 71-80
German receptions of the works of Joseph Glanvill: philosophical transmissions from England to Germany in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century
vol. 26 (1): 81-90
Noël-Antoine Pluche as a Jansenist natural theologian
vol. 26 (1): 91-99
Iberia's road to modernity: or its Autumn of the middle ages?
vol. 26 (1): 101-106
Alterity and sacrality in the nineteenth century
vol. 26 (1): 107-115
The problem of eclecticism in the history of philosophy
vol. 26 (1): 117-129
Event, time, narrative: a philosophico-historical examination
vol. 26 (1): 131-145
Renaissance humanism and modern philosophy
vol. 26 (1): 147-152
How to think with the head of another? The historical dimension of philosophical problems
vol. 26 (1): 153-161
Scientific and applied Renaissance humanism
vol. 26 (1): 163-169

Volume 25 (4)

Editorial Board for 2015
vol. 25 (4): 0-0
Beyond Latin in Renaissance philosophy: A plea for new critical perspectives
vol. 25 (4): 373-389
Francis Bacon's method and the investigation of light
vol. 25 (4): 391-400
Volitional efficacy and the paralytic's arm: Hume and the discursus of occasionalism
vol. 25 (4): 401-412
Society as the mode of redemption: the individual in Georg Simmel's early sociological writings
vol. 25 (4): 413-431
Early Wittgenstein and modernity
vol. 25 (4): 433-449
The devil wins: a history of lying from the garden of Eden to the enlightenment
vol. 25 (4): 451-453
The making of Englishmen. Debates on national identity 1550–1650, (Brill's studies in the history of political thought 8)
vol. 25 (4): 453-455
The uses of space in early modern history
vol. 25 (4): 455-457
The Enlightenment in practice: academic prize contests and intellectual culture in France, 1670–1794
vol. 25 (4): 457-459
Revolutionary ideas: an intellectual history of the French revolution from the rights of man to Robespierre
vol. 25 (4): 459-461
Kant's politics in context
vol. 25 (4): 462-464
The normativity of nature. Essays on Kant's Critique of Judgement
vol. 25 (4): 464-467
Legitimacy and revolution in a society of masses: Max Weber, Antonio Gramsci, and the fin-de-siècle debate on social order
vol. 25 (4): 467-469
Believe and destroy: the intellectuals in the SS war machine
vol. 25 (4): 469-471

Volume 25 (3)

Introduction
vol. 25 (3): 255-256
Self and Sensibility: From Locke to Condillac and Rousseau
vol. 25 (3): 257-278
The Camera Obscura and the Nature of the Soul: On a Tension between the Mechanics of Sensation and the Metaphysics of the Soul
vol. 25 (3): 279-291
Striving Machinery: The Romantic Origins of a Historical Science of Life
vol. 25 (3): 293-309
Sensibility and Organic Unity: Kant, Goethe, and the Plasticity of Cognition
vol. 25 (3): 311-326
“Je n'ai jamais vu une sensibilité comme la tienne, jamais une tête si délicieuse!”: Rousseau, Sade, and Embodied Epistemology
vol. 25 (3): 327-342
The Artifice of Human Nature: Rousseau and Herder
vol. 25 (3): 343-356
Seduced by System: Edmund Burke's Aesthetic Embrace of Adam Smith's Philosophy
vol. 25 (3): 357-372

Volume 25 (2)

Domingo de Soto on justice to the poor
vol. 25 (2): 133-146
“Crastinâ die loquar cum Celsissimo principe de Spinosa”. New perspectives on Spinoza's visit to the French Army Headquarters in Utrecht in late July 1673
vol. 25 (2): 147-165
“God does not act arbitrarily, or interpose unnecessarily:” providential deism and the denial of miracles in Wollaston, Tindal, Chubb, and Morgan
vol. 25 (2): 167-189