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History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

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“FUTURE PAST”: TIME AND TELEOLOGY IN (ANCIENT) HISTORIOGRAPHY
JONAS GRETHLEIN, vol. 53 (3): 309-330
IS COMPARATIVE HISTORY POSSIBLE?
PHILIPPA LEVINE, vol. 53 (3): 331-347
WHAT IS A SCHOLARLY PERSONA? TEN THESES ON VIRTUES, SKILLS, AND DESIRES
HERMAN PAUL, vol. 53 (3): 348-371
PHILOSOPHY IN TRANSITION: JOHN DEWEY'S “LOST” MANUSCRIPT
SERGE GRIGORIEV, vol. 53 (3): 372-386
THE “THEORETICAL REVOLUTION” IN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY: FROM THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL IDEAS TO THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL LANGUAGES
ELÍAS JOSÉ PALTI, vol. 53 (3): 387-405
THE HOLOCAUST IS OVER?
Alexandra Garbarini, vol. 53 (3): 406-418
GENEALOGY, PROBLEMATIZATION, AND NORMATIVITY IN MICHEL FOUCAULT
Todd May, vol. 53 (3): 419-427
A CRAVING FOR CRITICAL HISTORY
Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen, vol. 53 (3): 428-434
DEBATING MODERNITY AS SECULAR RELIGION: HANS KELSEN'S FUTILE EXCHANGE WITH ERIC VOEGELIN
Bjørn Thomassen, vol. 53 (3): 435-450
WHITHER “WHAT IF” HISTORY?
Gavriel D. Rosenfeld, vol. 53 (3): 451-467
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 53 (3): 468-471
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DOCUMENT AND TIME
JOSHUA KATES, vol. 53 (2): 155-174
NE ME RACONTE PLUS D'HISTOIRES: DERRIDA AND THE PROBLEM OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
EDWARD BARING, vol. 53 (2): 175-193
“SEEING” THE PAST: TEXT AND QUESTIONS OF HISTORY IN THE RĀJATARAṄGIṆĪ
SHONALEEKA KAUL, vol. 53 (2): 194-211
ANTIQUARIANISM AS GENEALOGY: ARNALDO MOMIGLIANO'S METHOD
REBECCA GOULD, vol. 53 (2): 212-233
THE VERTIGO OF HISTORICAL ANALYSES IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD
Angelika Epple, vol. 53 (2): 234-243
THE WORDS OF HISTORY
Anton Froeyman, vol. 53 (2): 244-252
TO THE PLANETARIUM—THERE IS STILL TIME!
Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft, vol. 53 (2): 253-263
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