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Volume 83:3 Summer 2021
“That Democratic Ink Must Be Wiped Away”
Adam Smith on Impartial Patriotism
Richard Avramenko and Brianne Wolf (Open Access)
Disciplining the Rich: Tocqueville on Philanthropy and Privilege
Symposium on Jeremy Fortier’s The Challenge of Nietzsche with a response by Jeremy Fortier
Jeremy Fortier, Introduction
Rebecca Bamford, Free Spirits and Experimentation
Paul Franco, From Free Spirit to Zarathustra?
Rebecca Aili Ploof, On Hearing Nietzsche
Graham Parkes, Becoming Good Neighbors
Jeremy Fortier, Response
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Thornton Lockwood, “Aristotle’s Politics on Greeks and non-Greeks” John P. McCormick, “Aristocratic Insolenzia and the Role of S...
Professor Henderson is Associate Professor of Political Science and Basket Coordinator for Cultures of the Modern World at the Singapore Management...