The Review of Politics

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.

CURRENT ISSUE:

Volume 79 • Number 3 • Summer 2017   
 

ARTICLES

ADRIANA ALFARO ALTAMIRANO
“Max Scheler and Adam Smith on Sympathy”


KEVIN S. HONEYCUTT
The Musical Philosophy of Bertrand de Jouvenel”


SVETOZAR MINKOV and ROUSOUL NAMAZI 
“Leo Strauss on Modern Political Science: Two Previously Unpublished Manuscripts”


GIUSEPPE BALLACCI
“Richard Rorty’s Unfulfilled Humanism and the Public/Private Divide”


JEREMIAH RUSSELL and MICHAEL PROMISEL
"Truth, Lies, and Concealment:  St. Augustine on Mendacious Political Thought”


SYMPOSIUM
Daniel Tanguay, Miriam Galston, Martin D. Yaffe, and Steven Frankel on Joshua Parens’s Leo Strauss and the Recovery of Medieval Political Philosophy, with response by Joshua Parens

BOOKS REVIEWED

Duncan Bell, Reordering the World:  Essays on Liberalism and Empire


Matthew J. Moore, Buddhism and Political Theory

 

William Parson, Machiavelli's Gospel:  The Critique of Christianity in The Prince

Carl J. Richard, The Founders and the Bible

 

Nancy L. Rosenblum, Good Neighbors:  The Democracy of Everyday Life in America

 

Charles Taylor, The Language Animal:  The Full Shape of the Human linguistic Capacity

 

. . . and more 

 

Upcoming Issue

Volume 79 • Number 4 • Fall 2017

Sophie Marcotte Chenard, “What Can We Learn from Political History? Leo Strauss and Raymond Aron, Readers of Thucydides”
 

Gregory Collins, "Edmund Burke on the Question of Commercial Intercourse in the Eighteenth Century”

 

Robin Douglass, “Morality and Sociability in Commercial Society: Smith, Rousseau—and Mandeville”

 

Gianna Englert, “The Idea of Rights:  Tocqueville on the Social Question”