Intellectual History Review

Intellectual History Review is the journal of the International Society for Intellectual History. The journal is a forum for the Anglo-American and European intellectual history community, promoting the work and aims of the ISIH as well as the study of intellectual history more generally. As well as articles, IHR regularly publishes literature surveys, and essay reviews of current work in intellectual history and related historical areas.

Publishes 4 issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
17496977
ISSN (online): 
17496985

Latest articles

Volume 28 (4)

Naked wax and necessary existence: modal voluntarism and Descartes’s motives
vol. 28 (4): 477-513
Only natural: John Toland and the Jewish question
vol. 28 (4): 515-528
The “historical question” at the end of the Scottish Enlightenment: Dugald Stewart on the natural origin of religion, universal consent, and religious diversity
vol. 28 (4): 529-554
Paul Cohen-Portheim: questions of nationalism, messianism and nostalgia in a prison camp in England, 1914–1918
vol. 28 (4): 555-568
Remembering the reformation: an inquiry into the meanings of Protestantism, by Thomas Albert Howard
vol. 28 (4): 569-571
The emergence of globalism: visions of world order in Britain and the United States, 1939–1950, by Or Rosenboim
vol. 28 (4): 571-573

Volume 28 (3)

When one heart can speak to another: the role of tenderness in Rousseau’s theory of passions
vol. 28 (3): 349-368
Duncan F. Gregory and Robert Leslie Ellis: second-generation reformers of British mathematics
vol. 28 (3): 369-397
George Woodcock and the Doukhobors: peasant radicalism, anarchism, and the Canadian state
vol. 28 (3): 399-423
Rehabilitating political parties: an examination of the writings of Hans Kelsen
vol. 28 (3): 425-449
Bayle, Jurieu, and the Dictionnaire historique et critique, by Mara van der Lugt
vol. 28 (3): 451-453
Knowledge and the Public Interest, 1575–1725, by Vera Keller
vol. 28 (3): 453-455
Naturalism and unbelief in France, 1650–1729, by Alan Charles Kors
vol. 28 (3): 455-460

Volume 28 (2)

Paracelsus and Roman censorship – Johannes Faber’s 1616 report in context
vol. 28 (2): 225-254
A “Calvinist” theory of matter? Burgersdijk and Descartes on res extensa
vol. 28 (2): 255-270
The French Enlightenment attempts to create a philosophy without reason: the case of Diderot and the effect of Helvétius
vol. 28 (2): 271-292
William Falconer’s Remarks on the Influence of Climate (1781) and the study of religion in Enlightenment England
vol. 28 (2): 293-315
Constantin Frantz and the intellectual history of Bonapartism and Caesarism: a reassessment
vol. 28 (2): 317-338
Ludvig Holberg (1684–1754): learning and literature in the Nordic enlightenment, edited by Knud Haakonssen and Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen
vol. 28 (2): 339-340
Translations, histories, enlightenments: William Robertson in Germany, 1760–1795, by László Kontler
vol. 28 (2): 341-342