Bibliographic update October 2017: All

The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms

The Future of the Public in Public Education
vol. 22 (7-8): 809-820
The European Crisis and Education for Democracy
vol. 22 (7-8): 832-843
The Mute Monologue of Resentment
vol. 22 (7-8): 761-768
Negotiating National Identity: German Intellectuals Debate the 2015 Migrant Influx
vol. 22 (7-8): 769-778
Construction Zone: Europe from the Perspective of Change Management
vol. 22 (7-8): 789-796
European Intellectuals and Democracy: Observations of a Bureaucrat
vol. 22 (7-8): 797-808
Jan Kavan: The Post-1968 Activities of a Leading Czechoslovak Exile
vol. 22 (7-8): 779-788
Europe 2016: The Rhetoric of Unity and the Rise of Neo-Authoritarianism
vol. 22 (7-8): 821-831
The Republic of Letters and Political Reality: Introduction
vol. 22 (7-8): 757-760
Anglo-American Relations: Comparative Perspectives
vol. 22 (7-8): 873-874
Reading Leo Strauss: Reply to Grant Havers
vol. 22 (7-8): 859-862
Reading Leo Strauss: A Conservative’s Distortion of His Thought
vol. 22 (7-8): 844-854
Reading Leo Strauss: A Straussian Distortion of My Book
vol. 22 (7-8): 855-858
Edmund Burke and the Conservative Logic of Empire
vol. 22 (7-8): 863-865
The Five Horsemen of the Modern World: Climate, Food, Water, Disease, and Obesity
vol. 22 (7-8): 865-867
British Civilization: An Introduction. By John Oakland. 7th ed. (London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2011), xxiii + 332 pp. £19.99 paper.
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Plato and the Divided Self
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The Failed Programme of Analytical Philosophy
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The Money Mystique
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The Lure of the Leak
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