2016

Articles - Volume 78

  • Teresa Bejan, “Difference without Disagreement: Rethinking Hobbes on Independency and Toleration”
  • Jan H. Blits, “Philosophy (and Athens) in Decay: Timon of Athens
  • Daniel E. Burns, "Alfarabi and the Creation of an Islamic Political Science"
  • Paul A. Cantor, “Reality Czech: Tom Stoppard Discovers Shakespeare behind the Iron Curtain”
  • Joshua L. Cherniss, “A Tempered Liberalism: Political Ethics and Ethos in Reinhold Niebuhr's Thought”
  • Conal Condren, “Skepticism and Political Constancy: Richard II and the Garden Scene as a ‘Model of State’”
  • John D. Cox, “Time and the Problem of Royal Succession in Shakespeare’s History Plays”
  • Andre´ Luiz Cruz Sousa, "Thoughts on Leo Strauss’s Interpretation of Aristotle’s Natural Right Teaching"
  • Michael Davis, "Plato’s Minos: The Soul of the Law"
  • George Duke, "The Distinctive Common Good"
  • Jeremy Fortier, "Nietzsche's Political Engagements: On the Relationship between Philosophy and Politics in The Wanderer and His Shadow"
  • Elizabeth Frazer, “Shakespeare’s Politics”
  • Stuart Gray, "Cross-Cultural Intelligibility and the Use of History: From Democracy and Liberalism to Indian Rajanical Thought"
  • Andrew Hadfield, “Shakespeare and Politics in the Time of the Gunpowder Plot
  • Christopher R. Hallenbrook, "Leviathan No More:  The Right of Nature and the Limits of Sovereignty in Hobbes"
  • Katy J. Harriger, "In Defense of Cooper v. Aaron: Distinguishing among Judicial Supremacy Claims"
  • Rafeeq Hasan, "Autonomy and Happiness in Rousseau’s Justification of the State"
  • Vickie Hsueh, “Intoxicated Reasons, Rational Feelings: Rethinking the Early Modern English Public Sphere”
  • Paulina Kewes, “‘To Order well the State’: The Bogus Rome of Titus Andronicus”
  • Jeffrey Knapp, “Hamlet and the Sovereignty of Reasons”
  • Sonia Sikka, “On Translating Religious Reasons: Rawls, Habermas, and the Quest for a Neutral Public Sphere”
  • Tim Spiekerman, "Ulysses Is Not the Hero of Troilus and Cressida"
  • John M. Warner and James R. Zink, “Therapeutic Politics: Rawls’s Respect for Rousseau”
  • Michael P. Zuckert, “‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’: Machiavelli, Macbeth and the Conquest of Fortuna”
  • Symposium on: Ronald Beiner's "Political Philosophy: What It Is and Why It Matters", with response by Ronald Beiner. Contributors: Robert Sparling, Leah Bradshaw, Edward Andrew, Daniel Tanguay, Simone Chambers, Emma Planinc, and Charles Blattberg

Book Review Essay - Volume 78

  • Elizabeth Frazer, "Violence and Civility"
  • John Alvis on Leon Craig’s “The Philosopher’s English King: Shakespeare’s Henriad

Book Reviews - Volume 78

  • Peter J. Ahrensdorf, Homer on the Gods & Human Virtue: Creating the Foundations of Classical Civilization (Stephen Dolgert)
  • Ashleen Menchaca-Bagnulo, Review of Alejandro Bárcenas’s Machiavelli’s Art of Politics 
  • Teresa M. Bejan, Review of J. Judd Owen’s Making Religion Safe for Democracy: Transformation from Hobbes to Tocqueville
  • Richard Boyd, Images of Anarchy: The Rhetoric and Science in Hobbes's State of Nature (Ioannis D. Evirgenis's)
  • Oliviero Angeli, Cosmopolitanism, Self-Determination and Territory: Justice with Borders (Clara Sandelind)
  • Amy R. Baehr, Public Rights, Private Relations (Jean Thomas)
  • Ronald Beiner, Review of Liisi Keedus’s The Crisis of German Historicism: The Early Political Thought of Hannah Arendt and Leo Strauss
  • Jan H. Blits’s The Heart of Rome: Ancient Rome’s Political Culture (Michelle T. Clarke)
  • Jordan Branch, The Cartographic State: Maps, Territory, and the Origins of Sovereignty (Clifford Ando)
  • Antonio Calcagno, Lived Experience from the Inside Out: Social and Political Philosophy in Edith Stein (Ann W. Astell)
  • Hilary Gatti, Ideas of Liberty in Early Modern Europe: From Machiavelli to Milton (Henry C. Clark)
  • Richard Dagger, Citizenship and the pursuit of the Worthy Life (David Thunder)
  • Daniel I. Harris, Nietzsche's Culture of Humanity: Beyond Aristocracy and Democracy in the early Period (Jeffrey Church)
  • Juliette Harkin and Rupert Read, Wittgenstein and the Study of Politics (Michael Temelini)
  • Celeste D. Harvey, Review of Frederick J. Crosson’s Ten Philosophical Essays in the Christian Tradition
  • Mark Hoipkemier, Review of Thomas J. Bushlack’s Politics for a Pilgrim Church: A Thomistic Theory of Civic Virtue
  • Michael J. Illuzzi, Review of Harry G. Frankfurt’s On Inequality
  • Eric T. Kasper and Troy A. Kozma’s Machiavelli Goes to the Movies: Understanding the Prince through Television and Film (Rebecca J. Flavin) 
  • Benjamin A. Kleinerman, The Mind of James Madison: The Legacy of Classical Republicanism (Colleen A. Sheehan)
  • Melissa Lane, The Birth of Politics: Eight Greek and Roman Political Ideas and Why They Matter (Tony Burns)
  • Jacob T. Levy, Rationalism, Pluralism, and Freedom (Carla Yumatle)
  • Charles W. Mills, Review of Stacy Clifford Simplican’s The Capactiy Contract:  Intellectual Disability and the Question of Citizenship
  • Alan L. Mittleman, Human Nature and Jewish Thought: Judaism’s Case for Why Humans Matter (Julie Cooper)
  • Johann N. Neem, Review of Armin Mattes’s Citizens of a Common Intellectual Homeland: The Transatlantic Origins of American Democracy and Nationhood
  • Mary P. Nichols, Thucydides and the Pursuit of Freedom (John Zumbrunnen)
  • Joe Turner, Movement and the Ordering of Freedom: On Liberal Governances of Mobility (Haga Kotef)
  • Rupert Read and Juliette Harkin, Wittgenstein and the Study of Politics (Michael Temelini)
  • M. Scott Solomon, Review of Alain Touraine’s After the Crisis and Zygmunt Bauman and Carlo Bordoni’s State of Crisis
  • Sharon Stanley, The Enlightenment: History of an Idea (Vincenzo Ferrone)
  • David Thunder, Review of George Rupp’s Beyond Individualism: The Challenge of Inclusive Communities
  • Peter Toohey, Courage in the Democratic Polis: Ideology and Critique in Classical Athens (Ryan K. Balot)
  • Lori Watson, Review of Stephen Macedo’s Just Married: Same-Sex Couples, Monogamy and the Future of Marriage