Intellectual History Review articles

Volume 23 (3)

Pandours, Partisans, and Petite Guerre: The Two Dimensions of Enlightenment Discourse on War
vol. 23 (3): 329-347
Sir Charles Grandison, Natural Law and the Fictionalised English Gentleman
vol. 23 (3): 349-363
Redescribing the Enlightenment: The German-Jewish adoption of Bildung as a counter-normative ideal
vol. 23 (3): 365-386
Philosophers, Naturalists, and Antipodean Encounters, 1748-1803
vol. 23 (3): 387-409
Mankind and its Histories: William Robertson, Georg Forster, and a Late Eighteenth-Century German Debate
vol. 23 (3): 411-429
International Society for Intellectual History: Intellectual Hinterlands
vol. 23 (3): 431-432

Volume 23 (2)

Schmitt's Use and Abuse of Donoso Cortés on Dictatorship
vol. 23 (2): 159-185
‘Damn'd to Sythes and Spades’: Labour and Wealth Creation in the Writing of Bernard Mandeville
vol. 23 (2): 187-205
The Science of Applied Ethics at Edinburgh University: Dugald Stewart on Moral Education and the Auxiliary Principles of the Moral Faculty
vol. 23 (2): 207-224
Max Weber and American Political Modernity
vol. 23 (2): 225-242
Ayer and the Existentialists
vol. 23 (2): 243-257
The Strange Case of the Missing Title Page: An Investigation in Spinozistic Bibliography
vol. 23 (2): 259-262
Rethinking the Unconscious
vol. 23 (2): 263-268
John Ray's Cambridge Catalogue (1660)
vol. 23 (2): 269-270
The Birth of Orientalism
vol. 23 (2): 270-272
Regimens of the Mind. Boyle, Locke and the Early Modern Cultura Animi Tradition
vol. 23 (2): 273-274
The Birth of the Past
vol. 23 (2): 274-276
Occasionalism: Causation Among the Cartesians
vol. 23 (2): 277-279
Christian Hebraism in the Reformation Era (1500–1660): Authors, Books, and the Transmission of Jewish Learning
vol. 23 (2): 279-281
Sir Robert Filmer (1588-1653) and the Patriotic Monarch: Patriarchalism in Seventeenth-Century Political Thought
vol. 23 (2): 281-283

Volume 23 (1)

Introduction
vol. 23 (1): 1-2
Galileo and Spinoza: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives
vol. 23 (1): 3-23
Spinoza's Library: The Mathematical and Scientific Works
vol. 23 (1): 25-43
Spinoza, Boyle, Galileo: Was Spinoza a Strict Mechanical Philosopher?
vol. 23 (1): 45-64
Instruments and the Making of a Philosopher. Spinoza's Career in Optics
vol. 23 (1): 65-81
Galileo and Spinoza on the Continuity of Matter
vol. 23 (1): 83-98
Spinoza and Galileo: Nature and Transcendence
vol. 23 (1): 99-108
Spinoza, Critic of Galileo
vol. 23 (1): 109-118
Galileo and Spinoza: The Science of Naturalizing Scripture
vol. 23 (1): 119-139
Joseph Solomon Delmedigo: Student of Galileo, Teacher of Spinoza
vol. 23 (1): 141-157

Volume 22 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 22 (4): 0-0
SCIENCES, N EGOTIA AND DOMESTIC CONVERSATIONS: PEDRO SIMóN ABRIL'S CONCEPTION OF LOGIC IN ITS RENAISSANCE CONTEXT
vol. 22 (4): 481-497
THE ORIGINS OF EARLY MODERN EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY
vol. 22 (4): 499-518
THE FATE OF COMMENTARY IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCHOOLS, C.1550–1640
vol. 22 (4): 519-536
Imagining the Unconscious
vol. 22 (4): 537-542
Philosophic Pride: Stoicism and Political Thought from Lipsius to Rousseau
vol. 22 (4): 543-545
John Locke and Natural Philosophy
vol. 22 (4): 545-546
Rationalities in History. A Weberian Essay in Comparison
vol. 22 (4): 547-548
L'etica oltre lo Stato: filosofia e politica in Giovanni Gentile
vol. 22 (4): 548-551
Philosophy and Religion in Enlightenment Britain: New Case Studies
vol. 22 (4): 551-554