Bibliographic update October 2017: All

History of European Ideas

At the Origins of Modern Geography. The Oecumene: an Anthropogeographical Pattern
Carlotta Santini, vol. 43 (6): 560-569
Accounts of early Christian history in the thought of François Guizot, Benjamin Constant and Madame de Staël 1800–c.1833
Lucian Robinson, vol. 43 (6): 628-648
A threat like no other threat, George Berkeley against the freethinkers
Timo Airaksinen, vol. 43 (6): 598-613
The origins of the modern emotions: Princess Elisabeth of Bohemia and the embodied mind
Renée Jeffery, vol. 43 (6): 547-559
Atheism: whence and whither?
Nathan G. Alexander, vol. 43 (6): 691-697
Did Harrington’s cats catch Harvey’s chick? Vitalistic imagery in early modern republican political theory
Veronika Szántó, vol. 43 (6): 570-581
Intellectual history for the non-converted
Filimon Peonidis, vol. 43 (6): 687-690
The regard of the first man: on Joseph Addison’s aesthetic categories
Endre Szécsényi, vol. 43 (6): 582-597
Europe as a nation? Intellectuals and debate on Europe in the inter-war period
Paola Cattani, vol. 43 (6): 674-682
Containment and intensification in political war: Carl Schmitt and the Clausewitzian heritage
Timo Pankakoski, vol. 43 (6): 649-673
Unitas multiplex: John Barclay’s notion of Europe in his Icon animorum (1614)
Isabella Walser, vol. 43 (6): 533-546
A method, a model and Machiavelli: history colloquium at Princeton, 19 November 1968
J. G. A. Pocock, vol. 43 (5): 389-400
A method, a model and Machiavelli: history colloquium at Princeton, 19 November 1968
J. G. A. Pocock, vol. 43 (5): 389-400
Common usage, presumption and verisimilitude in sixteenth-century theories of juridical interpretation
Andreas Blank, vol. 43 (5): 401-415
Scottish enlightenment and the world history of the family
Justine Roulin, vol. 43 (5): 525-530
Scottish enlightenment and the world history of the family
Justine Roulin, vol. 43 (5): 525-530
Common usage, presumption and verisimilitude in sixteenth-century theories of juridical interpretation
Andreas Blank, vol. 43 (5): 401-415
Neo-Latin literature in nineteenth-century Europe: an overview
Christophe Bertiau, vol. 43 (5): 416-426
L’animal en République: 1789–1802, genèse du droit des bêtes
Minchul Kim, vol. 43 (5): 531-532
The rise of ‘auxiliary sciences’ in early modern national historiography: an ‘interdisciplinary’ answer to historical scepticism
Lydia Janssen, vol. 43 (5): 427-441
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