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  • Contents of Volume 80
No. Page
Abu-ʿUksa, Wael: The Construction of the Concepts “Democracy” and “Republic” in Arabic in the Eastern and Southern Mediterranean, 1798–1878 .................................. 2 249
Aerts, Saskia: Historical Approaches to Epistemic Authority: The Case of Neoplatonism................... 3 343
Aljunied, Khairudin: Deformations of the Secular: Naquib Al-Attas’s Conception and Critique of Secularism .................... 4 643
Barr, Timothy: Without Apparent Occasion: Recent Research on Melancholy ......................................................................... 2 313
Bates, Zach: The Idea of Royal Empire and the Imperial Crown of England, 1542–1698 ....................................................... 1 25
Blank, Andreas: Value, Justice, and Presumption in the Late Scholastic Controversy over Price Regulation ...................... 2 183
Bruno-Jofré, Rosa: Localizing Dewey’s Notions of Democracy and Education: A Journey across Configurations in Latin America ............................................................................... 3 433
Carhart, Michael C.: Practices of Intellectual Labor in the Republic of Letters: Leibniz and Edward Bernard on Language and European Origins ......................................... 3 365
Drochon, Hugo: Raymond Aron’s “Machiavellian” Liberalism ........................................................................... 4 621
Germana, Nicholas: The Creuzerstreit and Hegel’s Philosophy of History ................................................................................ 2 271
Gordon, Peter E.: Introduction: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Hans Blumenberg’s The Legitimacy of the Modern Age ........................................................................ 1 67
Gordon, Peter. E.: Secularization, Genealogy, and the Legitimacy of the Modern Age: Remarks on the Löwith-Blumenberg Debate ................................................................................. 1 147
Hare, J. Laurence and Fabian Link: The Idea of Volk and the Origins of Völkisch Research, 1800–1930s ......................... 4 575
Helbig, Daniela: Life without Toothache: Hans Blumenberg’s Zettelkasten and History of Science as Theoretical Attitude 1 91
Israel, Jonathan: Pierre Bayle’s Correspondence and Its Significance for the History of Ideas .................................... 3 479
Martínez, Raúl Martínez: Geoffrey Scott and Modern Architectural Thought: The Creation of a Legacy throughout the Twentieth Century ...................................... 4 597
Monod, Jean-Claude: Archives, Thresholds, Discontinuities: Blumenberg and Foucault on Historical Substantialism and the Phenomenology of History ............................................ 1 133
Nadler, Steven: Spinoza and Menasseh ben Israel: Facts and Fictions ............................................................................... 4 533
Nicholls, Sophie: Sovereignty and Government in Jean Bodin’s Six Livres de la République (1576) ...................................... 1 47
Quatrini, Francesco: Adam Boreel on Collegiant Freedom of Speech ................................................................................. 4 511
Ramberg, Peter J.: Transcendental Materialism in the German Free Religious Movement: Science, Nature, and Theology in Kirchliche Reform, 1846–52 ............................................... 3 409
Smith, Sophie: The Language of “Political Science” in Early Modern Europe ................................................................... 2 203
Styfhals, Willem: Modernity as Theodicy: Odo Marquard Reads Hans Blumenberg’s The Legitimacy of the Modern Age ...... 1 113
Townsend, Dabney: On Genius: The Development of a Philosophical Concept of Genius in Eighteenth-Century Britain ................................................................................. 4 555
Velmet, Aro: Sovereignty after Gender Trouble: Language, Reproduction, and Supranationalism in Estonia, 1980–2017 .......................................................................... 3 455
Walter, Ryan: Defending Political Theory After Burke: Stewart’s Intellectual Disciplines and the Demotion of Practice .......... 3 387
Weidner, Daniel: The History of Dogma and the Story of Modernity: The Modern Age as “Second Overcoming of Gnosticism” ........................................................................ 1 75
Weinreich, Spencer: Hagiography by the Book: Bibliomancy and Early Modern Cultures of Compilation in Francisco Zumel’s De vitis patrum (1588) ........................................................ 1 1
Wilkin, Rebecca: Feminism and Natural Right in François Poulain de la Barre and Gabrielle Suchon ............................ 2 227
Woolridge, Paul: Scrutiny’s Virtue: Leavis, MacIntyre, and the Case for Tradition ............................................................... 2 289

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ISSN
1086-3222
Print ISSN
0022-5037
Pages
pp. 671-672
Launched on MUSE
2019-10-11
Open Access
No
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