The Review of Politics publishes high-quality original research that advances scholarly debates in all areas of political theory. We welcome manuscripts on the history of political thought, analytical political theory, canonical political thought, contemporary political thought, comparative political thought, critical theory, or literature and political thought.
Volume 85:1 Winter 2023
Thomas M. Osborne Jr.
Francisco De Vitoria on the Nature and Source of Civil Authority
Spencer McKay (Open Access)
Plebiscites, Referendums, and Ballot Initiatives as Institutions of Popular Sovereignty: Rousseau's Influence on Competing Theories of Popular-Vote Processes
Luke Ilott (Open Access)
Generalizing Resistance: The Coalition Politics of Foucault's Governmentality Lectures
Dorota Mokrosinska (Open Access)
Necessary but Illegitimate: On Democracy's Secrets
Review Essay: Recent Works in the Political Theory of Migration
A Symposium on Timothy W. Burns' Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education
Mark Lutz, Introduction
Timothy W. Burns, Response
Colin Bird, Human Dignity and Political Criticism
Bonnie Honig, A feminist Theory of Refusal
Steven D. Smith, Fictions Lies and the Authority of Law
Caroline Ashcroft, Violence and Power in the Thought of Hannah Arendt
Joshua L. Cherniss, Liberalism in Dark Times: The Liberal Ethos in the Twentieth Century
S.D. Chrostowska, Utopia in the Age of Survival: Between Myth and Politics
and more . . .
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