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Special Issue Part II of The Crowd in the History of Political Thought: A Symposium on Populism
Volume 85:4 Fall 2023
S. N. Jaffe and Guillermo Graíño Ferrer
Introduction: The Crowd in the History of Political Thought—Visions of the People
Lars Rensmann (Open Access)
Illusions of Sovereignty: Understanding Populist Crowds with Hannah Arendt
Luc Foisneau (Open Access)
The Hobbesian Crowd Problem
Montserrat Herrero (Open Access)
Carl Schmitt on the Transformations of the People in Modernity
Eva Piirimäe (Open Access)
Herder on the Self-Determination of Peoples
Carlo Altini (Open Access)
The Crowd, the People, and the Philosopher in Spinoza’s Political Philosophy
A Symposium on Michael Rosen’s The Shadow of God: Kant, Hegel, and the Passage from Heaven to History
What Is the Core of German Idealist Freedom?
Tae-Yeoun Keum (Open Access)
Cultural Change and Philosophy
Teresa M. Bejan
Religion, Politics, and Historical Approaches to Philosophy
Charles Taylor (Open Access)
Ethical Growth in History: Good News and Bad
Elisabeth R. Anker, Ugly Freedoms
Michael J. Thompson, Twilight of the Self
Eric MacGilvray, Liberal Freedom: Pluralism, Polarization, and Politics
Robert B. Talisse, Sustaining Democracy
Peter J. Ahrensdorf, Homer and the Tradition of Political Philosophy
Eric W. Cheng, Hanging Together
Ben Jones, Apocalypse without God
Rochelle DuFord, Solidarity in Conflict: A Democratic Theory
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