Bibliographic update October 2017: All

History of European Ideas

The political functions of virtue in the eighteenth-century Italian debate
Giulia Delogu, vol. 43 (8): 898-913
Antiquarianism and national history. The emergence of a new scholarly paradigm in early modern historical studies
Lydia Janssen, vol. 43 (8): 843-856
Astrology and reformation
Alissa MacMillan, vol. 43 (8): 1029-1032
Cesare Beccaria’s On Crimes and Punishments: the meaning and genesis of a jurispolitical pamphlet
Philippe Audegean, vol. 43 (8): 884-897
Colonial emulation: sinophobia, ethnic stereotypes and imperial anxieties in late eighteenth-century economic thought
Blake Smith, vol. 43 (8): 914-928
Darwin’s missing links
John S. Warren, vol. 43 (8): 929-1001
PART I: Pierre Bayle’s Reply of a New Convert (1689)
John Christian Laursen, vol. 43 (8): 857-883
The enemy as the unthinkable: a concretist reading of Carl Schmitt’s conception of the political
Mariano Croce, vol. 43 (8): 1016-1028
J.A. Symonds, socialism and the crisis of sexuality in fin-de-siècle Britain
Colin Tyler, vol. 43 (8): 1002-1015
Forgiveness and reconciliation in Hobbes’s natural law theory
Maximilian Jaede, vol. 43 (8): 831-842
The political functions of virtue in the eighteenth-century Italian debate
Giulia Delogu, vol. 43 (8): 898-913
Forgiveness and reconciliation in Hobbes’s natural law theory
Maximilian Jaede, vol. 43 (8): 831-842
J.A. Symonds, socialism and the crisis of sexuality in fin-de-siècle Britain
Colin Tyler, vol. 43 (8): 1002-1015
The enemy as the unthinkable: a concretist reading of Carl Schmitt’s conception of the political
Mariano Croce, vol. 43 (8): 1016-1028
PART I: Pierre Bayle’s Reply of a New Convert (1689)
John Christian Laursen, vol. 43 (8): 857-883
Darwin’s missing links
John S. Warren, vol. 43 (8): 929-1001
Cesare Beccaria’s On Crimes and Punishments: the meaning and genesis of a jurispolitical pamphlet
Philippe Audegean, vol. 43 (8): 884-897
Colonial emulation: sinophobia, ethnic stereotypes and imperial anxieties in late eighteenth-century economic thought
Blake Smith, vol. 43 (8): 914-928
Astrology and reformation
Alissa MacMillan, vol. 43 (8): 1029-1032
Antiquarianism and national history. The emergence of a new scholarly paradigm in early modern historical studies
Lydia Janssen, vol. 43 (8): 843-856
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