Intellectual History Review articles

Volume 26 (4)

The philosopher: a history in six types
vol. 26 (4): 566-569
Corrigendum
vol. 26 (4): 571-571
Corrigendum
vol. 26 (4): 571-571

Volume 26 (3)

Introduction
vol. 26 (3): 319-321
The image of Great Britain as presented in the correspondence of the Genevan theologian Jean-Alphonse Turrettini
vol. 26 (3): 323-338
The Fergusson affair: Calvinism and dissimulation in the Scottish Enlightenment
vol. 26 (3): 339-354
Doctrinal issues concerning human nature and self-love, and the case of Archibald Campbell's Enquiry
vol. 26 (3): 355-369
Reformed preaching in the age of enlightenment: a comparison of Jonathan Erskine's “enlightened evangelicalism” with Geneva's “reasonable calvinism”
vol. 26 (3): 371-389
Geneva and Scotland: the Calvinist legacy and after
vol. 26 (3): 391-409
Hugh Blair, the sentiments and preaching the enlightenment in Scotland
vol. 26 (3): 411-427

Volume 26 (2)

The critique of religion as political critique: Mīrzā Fatḥ ʿAlī Ākhūndzāda's pre-Islamic xenology
vol. 26 (2): 171-184
“Utrum sententia vera sit”: concepts of ambiguity in late sixteenth-century education in England
vol. 26 (2): 185-201
Exclusion in Descartes’s Rules for the Direction of the Mind: the emergence of the real distinction
vol. 26 (2): 203-219
Historical faith and philosophical theology: the case of Thomas White
vol. 26 (2): 221-243
Cicero the Pantheist: a radical reading of Ciceronian scepticism in John Toland's Pantheisticon (1720)
vol. 26 (2): 245-261
The superfluous revolution: post-Kantian philosophy and the nature of religious excess
vol. 26 (2): 263-283
Overcoming the preachers of death: Gustav Landauer's reading of Friedrich Nietzsche
vol. 26 (2): 285-304
The soul of doubt: the religious roots of unbelief from Luther to Marx
vol. 26 (2): 305-307
Imagined civilizations: China, the west and their first encounter
vol. 26 (2): 307-309
Reflecting subjects: passion, sympathy, and society
vol. 26 (2): 309-311
Empire and revolution: the political life of Edmund Burke
vol. 26 (2): 311-313
Historical writing in Britain, 1688–1830: visions of history
vol. 26 (2): 314-315
Intellectual traditions in South Africa: ideas, individuals and institutions
vol. 26 (2): 316-317

Volume 26 (1)

The early days of the Foundation for Intellectual History
vol. 26 (1): 1-2
A preface to Pagel on Paracelsus
vol. 26 (1): 3-8
The Vichian “Renaissance” between Giuseppe Ferrari and Jules Michelet
vol. 26 (1): 9-15
Renaissance world view and historical consciousness in Michael Barg's interpretation
vol. 26 (1): 17-24
Early modern atheism and Renaissance philosophy: the play of paratexts in Theophrastus redivivus and Pomponazzi's De immortalitate
vol. 26 (1): 25-31
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