Bibliographic update April 2017: All

History of European Ideas

Jeremy Bentham, choice architect: law, indirect legislation, and the context of choice
Michael Quinn, vol. 43 (1): 11-33
‘The invisible chain’: Jeremy Bentham and neo-liberalism
Christian Laval, vol. 43 (1): 34-52
Nudges and the limits of appropriate interference: reading backwards from J.S. Mill’s harm principle to Jeremy Bentham’s indirect legislation
Anne Brunon-Ernst, vol. 43 (1): 53-69
Nudging Bentham: indirect legislation and (neo-)liberal politics
Stephen Engelmann, vol. 43 (1): 70-82
‘Prevention of evil, production of good’: Jeremy Bentham’s indirect legislation and its contribution to a new theory of prevention
Angela Marciniak, vol. 43 (1): 83-105
Indirect legislation: it is just a question of time
Malik Bozzo-Rey, vol. 43 (1): 106-121
The Oxford handbook of European romanticism
Michael Sonenscher, vol. 43 (1): 122-123
The political functions of virtue in the eighteenth-century Italian debate
Giulia Delogu, ONLINE EARLY
Élie Halévy and French socialist liberalism
K. Steven Vincent, ONLINE EARLY
Darwin’s missing links
John S. Warren, ONLINE EARLY
PART I: Pierre Bayle’s Reply of a New Convert (1689)
John Christian Laursen, ONLINE EARLY
The enemy as the unthinkable: a concretist reading of Carl Schmitt’s conception of the political
Mariano Croce, ONLINE EARLY
J.A. Symonds, socialism and the crisis of sexuality in fin-de-siècle Britain
Colin Tyler, ONLINE EARLY
Forgiveness and reconciliation in Hobbes’s natural law theory
Maximilian Jaede, ONLINE EARLY
The political functions of virtue in the eighteenth-century Italian debate
Giulia Delogu, ONLINE EARLY
Forgiveness and reconciliation in Hobbes’s natural law theory
Maximilian Jaede, ONLINE EARLY
J.A. Symonds, socialism and the crisis of sexuality in fin-de-siècle Britain
Colin Tyler, ONLINE EARLY
The enemy as the unthinkable: a concretist reading of Carl Schmitt’s conception of the political
Mariano Croce, ONLINE EARLY
PART I: Pierre Bayle’s Reply of a New Convert (1689)
John Christian Laursen, ONLINE EARLY
Darwin’s missing links
John S. Warren, ONLINE EARLY
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