Articles Volume 85

Carlo Altini (Open Access) open lock icon
The Crowd, the People, and the Philosopher in Spinoza’s Political Philosophy

Jonathan Ashbach
Reasonable Accommodation: James Madison and Governmental Noncognizance of Religion

Vincent Phillip Muñoz (Open Access) open lock icon
Response to Ashbach

Jonathan Ashbach
Reply to Muñoz

Antonio Cimino (Open Access) open lock icon
Bare Life, Facticity, and Biopolitics in Agamben and the Early Heidegger

Luc Foisneau (Open Access) open lock icon
The Hobbesian Crowd Problem

Montserrat Herrero (Open Access) open lock icon
Carl Schmitt on the Transformations of the People in Modernity

Luke Ilott (Open Access) open lock icon
Generalizing Resistance: The Coalition Politics of Foucault's Governmentality Lectures

S. N. Jaffe and Guillermo Graíño Ferrer
Introduction: The Crowd in the History of Political Thought—A Conversation in a Socratic Spirit

S. N. Jaffe and Guillermo Graíño Ferrer
Introduction: The Crowd in the History of Political Thought—Visions of the People

S. N. Jaffe
Vast Personal Forces: Thucydides, Populism, and the Liberty of the Ancients

Tae-Yeoun Keum (Open Access) open lock icon
Crowds and Crowd-Pleasing in Plato

Spencer McKay (Open Access) open lock icon
Plebiscites, Referendums, and Ballot Initiatives as Institutions of Popular Sovereignty: Rousseau's Influence on Competing Theories of Popular-Vote Processes

Loralea Michaelis
Contesting the Future: Secular and Religious Time in Hobbes's Leviathan

Dorota Mokrosinska (Open Access) open lock icon
Necessary but Illegitimate: On Democracy's Secrets

Clifford Orwin (Open Access) open lock icon
God's Brigands: People, Party, and Sect in Flavius Josephus's Bellum Judaicum

Thomas Osborne
Francisco De Vitoria on the Nature and Source of Civil Authority

Eva Piirimäe (Open Access) open lock icon
Herder on the Self-Determination of Peoples

David Polansky (Open Access) open lock icon
Populism and Democratic Conflict: An Aristotelian View

Lars Rensmann (Open Access) open lock icon
Illusions of Sovereignty: Understanding Populist Crowds with Hannah Arendt

Jerónimo Rilla
Are Hobbesian States as Passionate as Hobbesian Individuals?

Arlene W. Saxonhouse (Open Access) open lock icon
The Comedy of Crowds: Aristophanes and the Voice of the People—or the Poet

Symposia Volume 85

Symposium on Timothy W. Burns' Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education (Open Access)


Mark Lutz Introduction open lock icon

Rodrigo Chacón open lock icon

Daniel Tanguay open lock icon

Susan Shell open lock icon

Timothy W. Burns Author's Response open lock icon

A Symposium on Emanuela Ceva and Maria Paola Ferretti's Political Corruption: The Internal Enemy of Public Institutions

Emanuela Ceva and Maria Paola Ferretti - Introduction open lock icon

Chiara DestriPolitical Corruption and Democratic Representatives

Alice el-Wakil - The Duty-of-Office Accountability and Democratic Power  open lock icon

Paul M. HeywoodCan Focusing on the Ethics of Public Office Address the Challenge of Contemporary Political Corruption? open lock icon

Emanuela Ceva and Maria Paola Ferretti The Open Texture of Public Institutional Action and Its Corruption: A Response to Destri, el-Wakil, and Heywood open lock icon

A Symposium on Michael Rosen’s The Shadow of God: Kant, Hegel, and the Passage from Heaven to History

Michael Rosen

Shterna Friedman
What Is the Core of German Idealist Freedom?

Tae-Yeoun Keum  open lock icon
Cultural Change and Philosophy

Teresa M. Bejan
Religion, Politics, and Historical Approaches to Philosophy

Charles Taylor  open lock icon
Ethical Growth in History: Good News and Bad

Michael Rosen
Author’s Response

A Symposium on Benjamin Storey and Jenna Silber Storey's Why are we Restless: On the Modern Quest for Contentment

Paul T. Wilford  open lock icon

Catherine Zuckert  open lock icon
Montaigne and the Virtue of Moderation

Dimitrios Halikias
Irony, Wretchedness, and the Liberal Arts

Jean Yarbrough  open lock icon
Rousseau and Bourgeois Man's Search for Wholeness

Keegan Callanan
Montaignean Happiness and Tocqueville's Americans

Benjamin Storey and Jenna Silber Storey
Authors' Response: Liberal Education and the Restless Soul 

Book Review Essays Volume 85

Alex Sager, Recent Works in the Political Theory of Migration (Open Access) open lock icon

Bryan M. Santin,  Whence Came the Modern American Right?

Book Reviews Volume 85

Maria Alina Asavei, Review of Mihaela Mihai, Political Memory and the Aesthetics of Care: The Art of Complicity and Resistance

Rachel Bayefsky, Review of Colin Bird,  Human Dignity and Political Criticism

Katherine Bermingham, Review of Bonnie Honig, A Feminist Theory of Refusal

Kevin BruyneelReview of Elisabeth R. Anker, Ugly Freedoms

Philip Bunn, Review of Paul Sagar, Adam Smith Reconsidered: History, Liberty, and the Foundations of Modern Politics

Matthew Cole, Review of Zeynep Pamuk, Politics and Expertise: How to Use Science in a Democratic Society

Jeremy Kingston Cynamon, Review of Michael J. Thompson,Twilight of the Self: The Decline of the Individual in Late Capitalism

Paige P.E. Digeser, Review of Areti Giannopoulou, Political Friendship and Degrowth: An Ethical Grounding of an Economy of Human Flourishing

Sally J. Scholz, Review of Rochelle DuFord, Solidarity in Conflict: A Democratic Theory

Mark Fenster, Review of Brian Kogelmann, Secret Government:  The Pathologies of Publicity

Christopher Finlay, Review of Daniel R. Brunstetter, Just and Unjust Uses of Limited Force: A Moral Argument with Contemporary Illustrations

William A. Galston, Review of Eric MacGilvray, Liberal Freedom: Pluralism, Polarization, and Politics

Rob Goodman, Review of Richard Shorten, The Ideology of Political Reactionaries

Frank Grabowski, Review of Necip Fikri Alican, One over Many: The Unitary Pluralism of Plato's World

Sean W.D. Gray, Review of Robert B. Talisse, Sustaining Democracy: What We Owe to the Other Side

Amanda L. Hollis-Brusky, Review of George Thomas, The (Un) Written Constitution 

Seaver Holter, Review of Peter J. Ahrensdorf, Homer and the Tradition of Political Philosophy: Encounters with Plato, Machiavelli, and Nietzsche

Peter Ives, Review of Jean-Yves Frétigné, To Live Is to Resist: The Life of Antonio Gramsci

Richard Kay, Review of Steven D. Smith, Fictions Lies and the Authority of Law

Aaron Kushner, Review of Eric W. Cheng, Hanging Together: Role-Based Constitutional Fellowship and the Challenge of Difference and Disagreement

Michael Lamb, Review of Veronica Roberts,  Politics and the Earthly City in Augustine's City of God

Eduardo Mendieta, Review of Paolo Costa,  The Post-Secular City: The New Secularization Debate

Cian O'Driscoll, Review of Paul Kelly:  War, Conflict and Revolution: The Problem of Politics in International Political Thought

Christopher Peys, Review of Caroline Ashcroft,  Violence and Power in the Thought of Hannah Arendt

Alan Pichanick, Review of Voula Tsouna,  Plato's Charmides: An Interpretive Commentary

Matthias Riedl, Review of Ben Jones,  Apocalypse without God: Apocalyptic Thought, IDeal Politics, and the Limits of Utopian Hope

Mónica Garcia-Salmones Rovira, Review of David Dyzenhaus, The Long Arc of Legality: Hobbes, Kelsen, Hart

Lucia Rubinelli, Review of Lisa Jane Disch, Making Constituencies:  Representation as Mobilization in Mass Democracy

Philip Bunn, Review of Paul Sagar, Adam Smith Reconsidered: History, Liberty, and the Foundations of Modern Politics

Richard Shorten, Review of Kei Hiruta, Hannah Arendt and Isaiah Berlin:  Freedom, Politics and Humanity

Robert Talisse, Review of Joshua L. Cherniss, Liberalism in Dark Times:  The Liberal Ethos in the Twentieth Century

Mathias Thaler, Review of S. D. Chrostowska, Utopia in the Age of Survival:  Between Myth and Politics

Peter Westmoreland, Review of Gary M. Kelly, The Human Condition in Rousseau's "Essay on the Origin of Languages"

David Wiens, Review of Ben Laurence, Agents of Change:  Political Philosophy in Practice

James R. Zink, Review of Emily Pears, Constructing Constitutional Union in Early American History