Intellectual History Review articles

Volume 24 (3)

Invention, wit and melancholy in the art of Annibale Carracci
vol. 24 (3): 389-413
Between Imitation and Invention. Inventor Privileges and Technological Progress in the Early Dutch Republic (c. 1585–1625)
vol. 24 (3): 415-427
Se Non è Vero è Ben Trovato
vol. 24 (3): 429-439

Volume 24 (2)

“The summulists’ disputes de constantia subjecti”: The young Leibniz and his teachers on eternal truths and existence
vol. 24 (2): 135-151
Christoph Wittich's Anti-Spinoza
vol. 24 (2): 153-166
Injury, injustice, iniquity: The evolution of Hobbes's theory of justice
vol. 24 (2): 167-184
Newton and God's Sensorium
vol. 24 (2): 185-201
Charles de Brosses and the French Enlightenment origins of religious fetishism
vol. 24 (2): 203-214
Carl Linnaeus's botanical paper slips (1767–1773)
vol. 24 (2): 215-238
Interview with Dominick LaCapra
vol. 24 (2): 239-257
Francis Bacon's habit of repeating himself
vol. 24 (2): 259-262
The devil's tabernacle. The pagan oracles in early modern thought
vol. 24 (2): 263-265
The History of the History of Mathematics: Case Studies for the Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
vol. 24 (2): 265-267
The Scottish Enlightenment: race, gender, and the limits of progress
vol. 24 (2): 267-270
Language and enlightenment: The Berlin debates of the eighteenth century
vol. 24 (2): 270-272
The idea of commercial society in the Scottish Enlightenment
vol. 24 (2): 272-274
Tocqueville. The Aristocratic Sources of Liberty
vol. 24 (2): 274-276
After cloven tongues of fire: Protestant liberalism in modern American History
vol. 24 (2): 276-280
Announcements
vol. 24 (2): 281-281

Volume 24 (1)

Introduction
vol. 24 (1): 1-3
Rethinking Sixteenth-Century ‘Lutheran Astronomy’
vol. 24 (1): 5-20
The world drawn from nature: Imitation and authority in sixteenth-century cartography
vol. 24 (1): 21-37
From scientia operativa to scientia intuitiva: Producing particulars in Bacon and Spinoza
vol. 24 (1): 39-57
Inventing scientific method: The privilege system as a model for scientific knowledge-production
vol. 24 (1): 59-70
County Natural History: Indigenous Science in England, from Civil War to Glorious Revolution
vol. 24 (1): 71-87
Heat and moisture, rhetoric and spiritus
vol. 24 (1): 89-112
Opposition as a technique of knowing in cosmographical literature: Litotes, epanorthosis
vol. 24 (1): 113-134

Volume 23 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 23 (4): 0-0
Regius and Gassendi on the Human Soul
vol. 23 (4): 433-452
An Eighteenth-Century Skeptical Attack on Rational Theology and Positive Religion: ‘Christianity Not Founded on Argument’ by Henry Dodwell the Younger
vol. 23 (4): 453-478
Shipwrecks and Survivals: Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Latin America
vol. 23 (4): 479-498
Heidegger, Von Humboldt and the Idea of the University
vol. 23 (4): 499-515
‘A Flower Is Your Brother!’: Holism, Nature, and the (Non-ironic) Enchantment of Modernity
vol. 23 (4): 517-536
William of Ockham's Mind/Body Dualism and Its transmission to Early Modern Thinkers
vol. 23 (4): 537-563
The Sovereign Subject and Its Heterogeneous Other Beauvoir's Use and Critique of Bataille/Hegel
vol. 23 (4): 565-581
From Oikonomia to Political Economy: Constructing Economic Knowledge from the Renaissance to the Scientific Revolution
vol. 23 (4): 583-585
The Aristotelian Tradition and the Rise of British Empiricism. Logic and Epistemology in the British Isles (1570–1689)
vol. 23 (4): 585-586
Review
vol. 23 (4): 586-589
Correspondence of John Wallis (1616–1703), volume III (October 1668–1671)
vol. 23 (4): 589-592
Mandeville and Hume: Anatomists of Civil Society
vol. 23 (4): 593-594