Bibliographic update October 2017: All

History of European Ideas

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
The challenge of the oceanic feeling: Romain Rolland’s mystical critique of psychoanalysis and his call for a ‘new science of the mind’
Ayon Maharaj, vol. 43 (5): 474-493
‘How can the people be restricted?’: the Mont Pèlerin Society and the problem of democracy, 1947–1998
Lars Cornelissen, vol. 43 (5): 507-524
Models of war 1770–1830: the birth of wargames and the trade-off between realism and simplicity
Paul Schuurman, vol. 43 (5): 442-455
Gombrich’s critique of Hauser’s Social History of Art
Jim Berryman, vol. 43 (5): 494-506
The debate on the principle of legitimacy of power in France and Italy between 1815 and 1821
Mauro Lenci, vol. 43 (5): 456-473
Neo-Latin literature in nineteenth-century Europe: an overview
Christophe Bertiau, vol. 43 (5): 416-426
The rise of ‘auxiliary sciences’ in early modern national historiography: an ‘interdisciplinary’ answer to historical scepticism
Lydia Janssen, vol. 43 (5): 427-441
Models of war 1770–1830: the birth of wargames and the trade-off between realism and simplicity
Paul Schuurman, vol. 43 (5): 442-455
The debate on the principle of legitimacy of power in France and Italy between 1815 and 1821
Mauro Lenci, vol. 43 (5): 456-473
The challenge of the oceanic feeling: Romain Rolland’s mystical critique of psychoanalysis and his call for a ‘new science of the mind’
Ayon Maharaj, vol. 43 (5): 474-493
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