The Review of Politics publishes articles primarily on political theory. We also publish historical and interpretive studies of public law, comparative politics, international relations, and public policy, as well as political readings of literary works.
Volume 78 • Number 2 • Spring 2016
CHRISTOPHER R. HALLENBROOK
"Leviathan No More: The Right of Nature and the Limits of Sovereignty in Hobbes"
“Nietzsche’s Political Engagements: On the Relationship between Philosophy and Politics in The Wanderer and His Shadow”
“The Distinctive Common Good”
“Cross-Cultural Intelligibility and the Use of History: From Democracy and Liberalism to Indian Rajanical Thought”
Robert Sparling, Leah Bradshaw, Edward Grant Andrew, Daniel Tanguay, Simone Chambers, Emma Planinc, and Charles Blattberg on Ronald Beiner’s "Political Philosophy: What It Is and Why It Matters" with response by Ronald Beiner
Ryan K. Balot, Courage in the Democratic Polis
Jeffrey Church, Nietzsche's Culture of Humanity
Ionnis D. Evrigenis, Images of Anarchy: The Rhetoric & Science in Hobbes's State of Nature
Colleen Sheehan, The Mind of James Madison
David Thunder, Citizenship and the Pursuit of the Worthy Life
Volume 78 • Number 3 • Summer 2016
Contributors will include:
Michael Davis, “Plato’s Minos: The Soul of the Law”
Daniel Burns, “Alfarabi and the Creation of an Islamic Political Science”
Rafeeq Hasan, “Freedom and Happiness in Rousseau’s Justification of the State”
André Luiz Cruz Sousa, “Thoughts on Leo Strauss’s Interpretation of Aristotle’s Natural Right Teaching”
Katy Harriger, “In Defense of Cooper v. Aaron: Distinguishing Among Judicial Supremacy Claims”
Announcing in 2016:
JEREMY WALDRON is the inaugural GERHART NIEMEYER lecturer at the University of Notre Dame.
Under the general title “The Principle of Proximity”, Professor Waldron will deliver four lectures (dates and titles below) starting at 4.30pm in the Hesburgh Auditorium.
Tuesday March 15th Two Models of Political Community
Wednesday March 16th The Importance of Proximity
Tuesday March 22nd Proximity and Migration
Wednesday March 23rd Telescopic Philanthropy
All are welcome.