2015

Articles - Volume 77

  • Naomi Choi, Liberalism adn the Interpretive Turn:  Rival Approaches or Cross-Purposes?
  • Aurelian Craiutu, Two Critical Spectators:  José Ortega y Gasset and Raymond Aron
  • George Crowder, (Scholarly Exchange) Why We Need Positive Liberty
  • Brian Danoff, Lincoln and the Necessity of Tolerating Slavery before the Civil War
  • Natalie Elliot, The Politics of Life Extension in Francis Bacon's Wisdom of the Ancients
  • Blake Emerson, The Democratic Reconstruction of the Hegelian State in American Progressive Political Thought
  • Miriam Galston, The Puzzle of Alfarabi's Parallel Works
  • Gina Gustavsson, (Reply to George Crowder)
  • Shannon Hoff, Locke and the Nature of Political Authority
  • Sean Illing, Between Nihilism and Transcendence:  Camus's Dialogue with Dostoevsky
  • Rita Koganzon, The Hostile Family and the Purpose of the "Natural Kingdom" in Hobbes's Political Thought
  • David Lebow, Caro's Lives Comparative Biography as Political Theory
  • Luke MacInnis, Two Concepts of Monism: Axiomatic and Asymptotic
  • Thomas Merrill, Hume's Socratism
  • Dale E. Miller, The Place of Plural VOting in Mill's Conception of Representative Government
  • Alexander I. Orwin, Democracy under the Caliphs:  Alfarabi's Unusual Understanding of Popular Rule
  • David Polansky, Nietzsche on Thucydidean Realism
  • Aaron B. Roberts, Carl Schmitt–Political Theologian?
  • Juliana Udi, Locke and the Fundamental Right to Preservation:  On the Convergence of Charity and Property Rights
  • George Vasilev, The Uneasy Alliance between Consensus and Democracy
  • Brendon Westler, Two Critical Spectators:  José Ortega y Gasset and Raymond Aron

Book Review Essays - Volume 77

  • Roundtable: 
  • Alasdair MacIntyre, William E. Connolly, Nancy LuxonMary G. Dietz, and Ruth Abbey on Mark Redhead’s Reasoning with Who We Are:  Democratic Theory for a Not So Liberal Era, with response by Mark Redhead
  • Alan Milchman and Alan Rosenberg, Michael Foucault's On The Government of the Living, Trans. Graham Burchell
  • Michael J. Perry, American Religious Freedom

Book Reviews - Volume 77

  • Ackerly, Brooke A., Interative Democracy:  The Social Roots of Global Justice (Carol Gould)
  • Adelman, Jeremy, The Burdens of Empire:  1539 to the Present (Anthony Pagden)
  • Alford, Fred C., New Demons:  Rethinking Power and Evil Today Trans. Zakiya Hanafi (Simona Forti)
  • Allen, Jonathan, The Bigot:  Why Prejudice Persists (Stephen Eric Bronner)
  • Allen Jonathan, Homo Economicus:  The Lost Prophet of Modern Times (Daniel Cohen)
  • Balot Ryan R., Cowardice:  A Brief History (Chris Walsh)
  • Birch, Kean, The Modern State Subverted:  Risk and the Deconstruction of Solidarity (Giuseppe di Palma)
  • Brady, Michelle, Locke, Science and Politics (Steven Forde)
  • Bradshaw, Leah, Inventing the Individual:  The origins of Western Liberalism (Larry Siedentop)
  • Block, Stephen A., Eros and Socratic Political Philosophy (David Levy)
  • Borck, Catherine A., Aristotle on the Nature of Community (Adriel M. Trott)
  • Buccola, Nicholas, The Politics of the American Dream (Cyril Ghosh)
  • Chambers, Simone, Agonistic Democracy:  Constituent Power in the Era of Globalization (Mark Wenman)
  • Clayville, Kristel, Foundations of the Earth:  Global Ecological Change and the Book of Job (H.H. Shugart)
  • Connell, William J., Machiavelli's Prince:  A New Reading (Erica Benner)
  • Craiutu, Aurelian, Passions, and Illusions:  The Democratic Imagination in the Twentieth Century (François Furet)
  • Dallmary, Fred, The Inner Enemies of Democracy Translated by Andrew Brown (Tzvetan Todorov)
  • Den Uyl, Douglas Socratic and Platonic Political Philosophy: Practicing a Politics of Reading (Christopher P. Long)
  • Devetak, Richard, An Introduction to the English School:  The Societal Approach (Barry Buzan)
  • Digeser, P.E. (Paige), Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Feindship (Jon Nixon)
  • Douthwaite, Julia, Revolutionary Ideas:  An Intellectual History of the French Revolution from the Rights of Man to Robespierre (Jonathan Israel)
  • Einspahr, Jennifer, Rousseau on Education, Freedom, and Judgment (Denise Schaeffer)
  • Elliott, Cathy, Democracy Disfigured:  Opinion, Truth, and the People (Nadia Urbinati)
  • Faulkner, Robert, Ambition in America:  Political Power and the Collapse of Citizenship (Jeffrey A. Becker)
  • Fischer, Markus, Wily Elites and Spirited Peoples in Machiavelli's Republicanism (David N. Levy)
  • Frank, Stephanie, The Future of Illusion:  Political Theology and Early Modern Texts (Victoria Kahn)
  • Gontier, Thierry, The Mighty and the Almighty An Essay in Political Theology (Nicholas Wolterstorff's)
  • Ghosh, Cyril, The Civic Constitution:  Civic Visions and Struggles in the Path Toward Constitutional Democracy (Elizabeth Beaumont)
  • Gunther-Canada, Wendy, Women's Rights and the French Revolution:  A biography of Olympe de Gouges (Sophie Mousset)
  • Havercroft, Jonathan, Social Inquiry AFter Wittgenstein and Kuhn: Leaving Everything As It Is (John G. Gunnell)
  • Johnston, Steven, Fugitive Rousseau:  Slavery, Primitivism, and Political Freedom (Jimmy Casas Klausen)
  • Laitinen, Arto, Freedom's Right:  The Social Foundations of Democratic Life (Axel Honneth)
  • Mara, Gerald, Virtue Is Knowledge:  The Moral Foundations of Socratic Political Philosophy (Lorraine Smith Pangle)
  • Markel, Patchen, Rightlessness in an Age of Rights:  Hanah Arendt and the Contemporary Struggles of Migrants (Ayten Gündoğdu)
  • Merritt, Martha, The Myth of the Strong Leader:  Political Leadership in Modern Age (Archie Brown)
  • Mewes, Horst, Leo Strauss:  Man of Peace (Robert Howse)
  • Myers, Peter C., The Foundations of Natural Morality:  On the Compatibility of Natural Rights and Natural Law (Adam Seagrave)
  • Newman, Michael, The End of Socialism (James R. Otteson)
  • Nicgorski, Walter, Cicero on Politics and the Limits of Reason:  The Republic and Laws (Jed W. Atkins)
  • Omer, Atalia, The Paradox of Liberation:  Secular Revolutions and Religious Counterrevolutions (Michael Walzer)
  • Ochoa Espejo, Paulina, Orgies of Feeling:  Melodrama and the Politics of Freedom (Elisabeth R. Anker)
  • Plotica, Luke Philip, The Place of Prejudice:  A Case for Reasoning within the World (Adam Adatto Sandel)
  • Reid, Brian Holden, The Embattled past:  Reflections on Military History (Edward M. Coffman)
  • Russello, Gerald J., Understanding Clarence Thomas:  THe Jurisprudence of Constitutional Restoration (Ralph A. Rossum)
  • Sakwa, Richard, The Other Solzhenitsyn:  Telling the Truth about a Misunderstood Writer and Thinker (Daniel J. Mahoney)
  • Schaefer, David, Philosophy Between the Lines:  The Lost History of Esoteric Writing (Arthur Melzer)
  • Schlosser, Joel Alden, Traveling Back:  Toward a Global Political Theory (Susan McWilliams)
  • Sebastián, Javier Fernández, A Virtue for Courageous Minds: Moderation in French Political Thought, 1748-1830 (Aurelian Craiutu)
  • Sharova, Natalie, Flawed Logics:  Strategic Nuclear Arms Control form Truman to Obama (James H. Lebovic) and Arguments that Count:  Physics, Computing and Missile Defense, 1949-2012 (Rebeccal Slayton)
  • Sherman, David, A Life Worth Living:  Albert Camus and the Quest for Meaning (Robert Zaretsky)
  • Sitter, John, The Intellectual Life of Edmund Burke (David Bromwich)
  • Sofka, James, Emperior of Liberty:  Thomas Jefferson's Foreign Policy ( Francis D. Cogliano)
  • Smith, Thomas W., Political Philosophy and Revelation:  A Catholic Reading (James V. Schall) 
  • Spinner-Halev, Jeff, Equal Recognition:  The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights (Alan Patten)
  • Szymanski, Ann-Marie, The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution (John W. Compton)
  • Trullinger, Joseph, Kant and the Meaning of Religion (Terry F. Godlove)
  • Walker, Brian Esparza, Democracy in Contemporary Confucian Philosophy (David Elstein)
  • Weaver, Alain Epp, Approaching the End:  Eschatological Reflections on Church, Politics, and Life (Stanley Hauerwas)