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Volume 45 (2024)

History of Political Thought (HPT) is a quarterly journal which was launched in 1980 to fill a genuine academic need for a forum for work in this multidisciplinary area. Although a subject central to the study of politics and history, researchers in this field had previously to compete for publication space in journals whose intellectual centres of gravity were located in other disciplines.

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History of Political Thought (HPT) is a quarterly journal which was launched in 1980 to fill a genuine academic need for a forum for work in this multidisciplinary area. Although a subject central to the study of politics and history, researchers in this field had previously to compete for publication space in journals whose intellectual centres of gravity were located in other disciplines.

The journal is devoted exclusively to the historical study of political ideas and associated methodological problems. The primary focus is on research papers, with extensive book reviews and bibliographic surveys also included. All articles are refereed.

We are pleased to announce any conferences, workshops and new publications, and invite submission of papers for publication and books for review. Please send 3 copies to the executive editors

Refereeing and Editorial Policy

One of the reasons for our high peer evaluation status is the rigorous standard that we set for acceptance of articles for publication. All material is submitted anonymously to referees, who are all specialists in their particular subject area. The following statistics show the breadth of coverage of the journal by indicating the number of articles accepted for publication on the following thinkers:

16 :- Plato
13 :- Hobbes, Marx
12 :- Rousseau
9 :- Aristotle
8 :- Hegel
7 :- Machiavelli
6 :- English Idealists, Mill
5 :- Kant, Locke, Spencer, Thucydides
4 :- Arendt, American Founders, Levellers
3 :- Montesquieu, Tocqueville
2 :- Bentham, Bracton, Engels, Freud, Gerson, Godwin, Hooker,
Mandeville, Marsilius, Mill (James), Socrates, Strauss
1 :- Bodin, Burke, Harrington, Hume, Lenin, Mackintosh,
Merleau-Ponty, More, Oakshott, Paine, StGermain, Sorel,
Spinoza, Vico, Weber.

Articles Featuring Broader Treatment (by Period):

Ancient Greece (17)
Ancient Rome (4)
Middle Ages (15)
Renaissance & Reformation (12)
C17th (9)
C18th (15)
C19th (16)
C20th (26)
Methodology (3)

Oakeshott Archive (in association with the Michael Oakeshott Association)

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Editorial Board

Executive Editors

  • Professor Janet Coleman

Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science (Retired)

  • Professor Iain Hampsher-Monk

Department of Politics, University of Exeter

Founding Editorial Board

  • Professor Isaiah Berlin (Oxford)
  • Professor James Burns (London)
  • Professor Luigi Firpo (Torino, Italy)
  • Dr Maurice Goldsmith (Victoria, New Zealand)
  • Professor Henri Laboucheix (Sorbonne, Paris)
  • Professor David McLellan (Kent)#
  • Professor Michael Oakeshott (L.S.E)
  • Professor Dr Heiko Oberman (Arizona, USA)
  • Professor Raymond Polin (Sorbonne, Paris)
  • Professor Christopher Rowe (Durham)
  • Professor Nicolai Rubinstein (London)
  • Miss Beryl Smalley (Oxford)
  • Professor Charles Taylor (McGill, Canada)
  • Professor Brian Tierney (Cornell, USA)
  • Professor Dr Peter Weber-Schäfer (Bochum, W. Germany)
  • Professor Michael Wilks (London)Professor T.P. Wiseman (Exeter)

Consulting Editors

  • Dr Paul Cartledge (Cambridge)
  • Professor Terrell Carver (Bristol)
  • Professor Gregory Claeys (London)
  • Professor Conal Condren (New South Wales)
  • Professor Eldon Eisenach (Tulsa, USA)
  • Professor Martin van Gelderen (Sussex)
  • Dr Mark Goldie (Cambridge)
  • Dr John Hope Mason (Middlesex)
  • Professor Jeremy Jennings (Birmingham)
  • Dr John Morrow (Victoria, New Zealand)
  • Professor Cary Nederman (Arizona, USA)
  • Dr Robert Wokler (Exeter)

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Index to Authors

CUMULATIVE INDEX TO AUTHORS
Volume I-XIX (1980-1998)
Abbey, R., XIX, 457
Mediocrity versus Meritocracy: Nietzsche’s (Mis)Reading of Chamfort

Al-Azmeh, A., XI, 360
Utopia and Islamic Political Thought

Allison, L., IX, 379
The Nature of Conservative Thought

Anderson, Brian A., IV, 341
Mill on Bentham: From Ideology to Humanised Utilitarianism

Anderson, C., XIII, 605
‘Safe Enough in his Honest and Prudence’ The Ordinary Conduct of Government in the Thought of John Locke

Anderson, O., XII, 671
The Feminism of T.H. Green: A Late-Victorian Success Story ?

Andrew, E., X, 577
Equality of Opportunity as the Noble Lie

Andrew, E., XI, 409
The Foxy Prophet: Machiavelli versus Machiavelli on Ferdinand the Catholic

Appel, F., XVIII, 512
The Übermensch’s Consort: Nietzsche and the ‘Eternal Feminine’

Arneil, B., XIII, 587
John Locke, Natural Law and Colonialism

Ashcraft, R., XIII, 703
The Radical Dimensions of Locke’s Political Thought: A Dialogic Essay on the Problems of Interpretation

Ashcraft, Richard, VIII, 289
German Historicism and the History of Political Theory

Axtmann, R., XI, 295
The Formation of the Modern State: A Reconstruction of Max Weber’s Argument

Balaban, O., XI, 21
The Human Origins of Fortuna in Machiavelli’s Thought

Ball, Terence, I, 91
Utilitarianism, Feminism and the Franchise: James Mill and his critics

Barrow, C.W., IX, 111
Historical Criticism of the US Constitution in Populist-Progressive Political Theory

Barrow, C.W., VII, 527
The Historical Problem of Political Organization in Sartre’s Existential Marxism

Basu, S., XI, 213
In a Crazy Time the Crazy Come out Well: Machiavelli and the Cosmology of his Day

Baumgold, Deborah, IV, 43
The Historical Problem of Political Organization

Becker, R., XIII, 631
The Ideological Commitment of Locke: Freemen and Servants in the Two Treatises of Government

Beilharz, P., VII, 375
Isaac Deutscher: History and Necessity

Beiner, Ronald, I, 117
Judging in a World of Appearances: A Commentary on Hannah Arendt’s Unwritten Finale

Bejczy, I.P., XV, 313
The State as a Work of Art: Petrarch and His Speculum Principis (SEN. XIV, 1)

Bellamy, R., XI, 313
Gramsci, Croce and the Italian Political Tradition

Bellamy, Richard, VI, 411
Godwin and the Development of ‘The New Man of Feeling’

Bender, Frederic, II, 525
The Ambiguities of Marx’s Concepts of ‘Proletarian Dictatorship’ and ‘Transition to Communism’

Bentley, R., XVII, 1
Responding to Crito: Socrates and Political Obligation

Berent, M., XIX, 331
Stasis, or the Greek Invention of Politics

Berent, M., XVII, 36
Hobbes and the ‘Greek Tongues’

Berki, R., XIII, 513
The Realism of Moralism: The Political Philosophy of Istvan Bibo

Berry, C.J., VIII, 461
Need and Egoism in Marx’s Early Writings

Berry, C.J., X, 597
Luxury and the Politics of Need and Desire: The Roman Case

Berry, C.J., XV, 121
Democracy — Past, Present and . . .

Bers, V., VI, 1
Dikastic Thorubos

Bevir, M., X, 313
Fabianism and the Theory of Rent

Bevir, M., XII, 125
H.M. Hyndman: A Rereading and a Reassessment

Bevir, M., XIII, 299
The Marxism of George Bernard Shaw 1883-1889

Bevir, M., XIX, 61
In Opposition to the Raj: Annie Besant and the Dialectic of Empire

Bevir, M., XVII, 114
English Political Thought in the  Nineteenth Century

Black, A., XIV, 57
The Juristic Origins of Social Contract

Black, Anthony, I, 145
Society and the Individual from the Middle Ages to Rousseau: Philosophy, Jurisprudence and Constitutional Theory

Blythe, J.M., X, 1
Family, Government and the Medieval Aristotelians

Boesche, R., XIV, 1
Aristotle’s ‘Science’ of Tyranny

Boesche, Roger, II, 495
The Strange Liberalism of Alexis de Tocqueville

Boesche, Roger, VIII, 189
The Politics of Pretence: Tacitus and the Political Theory of Despotism

Bookman, J.T., XIII, 1
The Wisdom of the Many: An Analysis of the Arguments of Books III and IV of Aristotle’s Politics

Boos, F., VII, 489
The Utopian Communism of William Morris

+Boos, W. , VII, 489
The Utopian Communism of William Morris

Booth, William J., II, 203
Politics and the Household. A Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics Book One

Boucher, D., XII, 717
Politics in a Different Mode: An Appreciation of Michael Oakeshott, 1901-1990

Boucher, David, XIV, 301
Histories of Political Thought in the Post-Methodological Age

Box, Ian, III, 31
Bacon’s Essays: From Political Science to Political Prudence

Breckman, W., XIII, 437
Ludwig Feuerbach and the Political Theology of Restoration

Brooks, F., XV, 403
Egoist Theory and America’s Individualist Anarchists: A Dilemma of Praxis

Brown, C.W., VIII, 33
Thucydides, Hobbes, and the Derivation of Anarchy

Brown, C.W., X, 215
Thucydides, Hobbes and the Linear Causal Perspective

Browning, G.K., VIII, 377
Plato and Hegel: Reason, Redemption and Political Theory

Browning, G.K., XII, 391
The Night in which All Cows are Black: Ethical Absolutism in Plato and Hegel

Browning, G.K., XIV, 455
The German Ideology: The Theory of History and the History of Theory

Brudner, Alan, II, 119
Constitutional Monarchy as the Divine Regime: Hegel’s Theory of the Just State

Brunner, J., V, 315
On the Political Rhetoric of Freud’s Individual Psychology

Bryant, J.M., XI, 377
Enlightenment Psychology and Political Reaction in Plato’s Social Philosophy: an Ideological Contradiction?

Buckle, S., XII, 457
Hume’s Critique of the Contract Theory

Burchell, D., XIX, 101
Civic Personae: MacIntyre, Cicero and Moral Personality

Burgess, Glenn, XI, 675
Contexts for the Writing and Publication of Hobbes’s Leviathan

Burnell, P.J., XIII, 13
The Status of Politics in St. Augustine’s City of God

Burns, J.H., II, 31
Politia Regalis et Optima: The Political Ideas of John Mair

Burns, J.H., IV, 443
St German, Gerson, Aquinas, and Ulpian

Burns, T., XIX, 142
Aristotle and Natural Law

Butters, H., VII, 411
Good Government and the Limitations of Power in the Writings of Niccolo Machiavelli

Caldwell, P., XV, 615
Forsthoff, Ernst and the Legacy  of Radical Conservative State Theory in the Federal Republic of Germany

Callahan, E.T., XVII, 21
Blood, Sweat and Wealth: Fortescue’s Theory of the Origin of Property

Calvert, B., V, 1
Politicians of Athens in the Georgias and Meno

Campbell, B, II, 417
Deity and Human Agency in Plato’s Laws

Campbell, B., I, 361
Intellect and Political Order in Plato’s Republic

Campbell, B.. , V, 17
Thought and Political Action in Athenian Tradition: The Emergence of the ‘Alienated’ Intellectual

Campbell, B., VII, 239
Constitutionalism, Rights and Religion: The Athenian Example

Campbell, B., X, 189
Paradigms Lost: Classical Athenian Politics in Modern Myth

Campbell, B., XI, 189
The Epic Hero as Politico

Canning, J.P., I, 9
The Corporation in the Political Thought of the Italian Jurists of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries

Canovan, Margaret, VI, 617
Politics as Culture: Hannah Arendt and the Public Realm

Canovan, Margaret, VIII, 505
The Eloquence of John Stuart Mill

Carr, C.L., X, 719
Kant’s Theory of Political Authority

Carr, C.L., XVII, 354
Pufendorf, Sociality and the Modern State

Carrithers, D., XIX, 213
Montesquieu’s Philosophy of Punishment

Cartledge, P.A., VI, 16
Rebels and Sambos in Classical Greece: A Comparative View

Carver, Terrell, IV, 357
Marx — and Engels’s ‘Outlines of a Critique of Political Economy’

Carver, Terrell, IX, 129
Communism for Critical Critics? The German Ideology and the Problem of Technology

Carver, Terrell, VI, 479
Engels’s Feminism

Castiglione, D., VII, 463
Considering Things Minutely: Reflections on Mandeville and the Eighteenth-Century  Science of Man

+Castiglione, D., XII, 457
Hume’s Critique of the Contract Theory

Cavallar, G., XIV, 103
Kant’s Judgement on Frederick’s Enlightened Absolutism

Chan, J., XIII, 189
Does Aristotle’s Political Theory Rest on a ‘Blunder’?

Charlton, W.W., VI, 47
Greek Philosophy and the Concept of an Academic Discipline

Charvet, John, I, 69
Rousseau and the Ideal of Community

Chen, S., XIX, 167
Locke’s Political Arguments for Toleration

Chowers, E., XV, 447
Disciplining the ‘Personality’:  Self and Social Critique in  Max Weber’s Work

Claeys, G., XI, 59
The French Revolution Debate and British Political Thought

Claeys, Gregory, VI, 455
The Political Ideas of the Young Engels, 1842–1845

Clark, Stephen R., III, 177
Aristotle’s Woman

Clarke, Barry, III, 305
The Substance of Politics

Coleman, Janet, IV, 209
Medieval Discussions of Property: Ratio and Dominium According to John of Paris and Marsilius of Padua

Coleman, John, IV, 89
John Stuart Mill on the French Revolution

Condren, C., X, 525
Radicals, Conservatives and Moderates in Early Modern Political Thought: A Case of Sandwich Islands Syndrome?

Condren, C., XII, 560
Rejoinder to review of George Lawson’s  ‘Politica’ and the English Revolution

Condren, C., XVIII, 460
Liberty of Office and its Defence in Seventeenth-Century Political Argument

Condren, Conal, XI, 703
On the Rhetorical Foundations of Leviathan

Coole, D., V, 503
The Aesthetic Realm and the Lifeworld: Kant and Merleau-Ponty

Corcoran, Paul E., I, 301
The Bourgeois in Marxian Rhetoric

Cotton, James, I, 51
The Harringtonian ‘Party’ (1659–1660) and Harrington’s Political Thought

Crimmins, James E., IV, 523
John Brown and the Theological Tradition of Utilitarian Ethics

Cristi, F.R., V, 281
Hegel and Roman Liberalism

Crowder, George, XIV, 336
Classical Anarchism: The Political Thought of Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin and Kropotkin

Crowley, J.E., XIII, 73
Commerce and the Philadelphia Constitution: Neo-Mercantalism in Federalist and Anti-Federalist Political Economy

Cunliffe, J., XI, 467
The Neglected Background of Radical Liberalism: P.E. Dove’s Theory of Property

Cunliffe, J., XV, 535
Charles Hall: Exploitation. Commercial Society and  Political Economy

Cunliffe, John, II, 349
Marx, Engels and the Party

Cunliffe, John, XVIII, 707
The Liberal Case for a Socialist Property Regime: The Contribution of François Huet

Davis, J.C., III, 193
Radicalism in a Traditional Society: The Evaluation of Radical Thought in the English Commonwealth 1649–1660

Dawson, J., XI, 257
Revolutionary Conclusions: The Case of the Marian Exiles

Demetriou, K., XVII, 2
In Defence of the British Constitution: Theoretical Implications of the Debate over Athenian Democracy in Britain, 1770-1850

Desserud, D.A., XII, 605
Virtue, Commerce and Moderation in the ‘Tale of the Troglodytes’: Montesquieu’s  Persian Letters

Diamond, S., VII, 167
Morality in Government: The Federal Bureau of Investigation in the McCarthy Period

Diethe, Jurgen , IV, 247
The Moderate: Politics and Allegiances of a Revolutionary Newspaper

Doe, N., X, 257
Fifteenth-Century Concepts of Law: Fortescue and Pecock

Doherty, G., XIV, 475
Herbert Spencer and the Relation Between Economic and  Political Liberty

Dombrowski, D., XVIII, 565
Plato’s Noble Lie

+Dotson, P., XIX, 21
Political Participation and Eudaimonia in Aristotle’s Politics

Doveton, D., XV, 555
Marx and Engels on Democracracy

Dowrick, C., V, 469
The Roots of Consciousness

Drury, S.B., VI, 575
The Hidden Meaning of Strauss’s Thoughts on Machiavelli

Duvall, T., XIX, 21
Political Participation and Eudaimonia in Aristotle’s Politics

Dyson, R.W., XI, 37
Robertus Britannus, ‘On the Best Form of Commonwealth’: A Dialogue between Pierre du Chastel and Aymar Ranconet

Eccleshall, Robert, II, 63
Richard Hooker and the Peculiarities of the English: The Reception of the Ecclesiastical Polity in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

Eilon, D., V, 79
Private Spirit: The Prosecution of Self-Interest and Faction in Swift’s Satire

Eisenach, Eldon J., III, 215
Hobbes on Church, State and Religion

Eisenach, Eldon J., VIII, 111
Mill’s Autobiography as Political Theory

Eldar, D., VII, 419
Glory and the Boundaries of Public Morality in Machiavelli’s Thought

Ellis, H.A., X, 665
Montesquieu’s Politics: The Spirit of the Laws and the Problem of Modern Monarchy in Old Regime France

Ellison, C.E., XII, 253
The Moral Economy of the Modern City: Reading Rousseau’s  Discourse on Wealth

English, R., XVII, 555
Reflections on Republican Socialism in Ireland: Marxian Roots and Irish Historical Dynamics

Engster, D., XVII, 469
Jean Bodin, Scepticism and Absolute Sovereignty

Evans, Richard, III, 285
Theory and Practice in German Social Democracy 1880–1914: Clara Zetkin and the Socialist Theory of Women’s Emancipation

Farrenkopf, J., XIII, 319
The Early Phase of Spengler’s Political Philosophy

Feldman, J, V, 361
Population and Ideology

Femia, Joseph, II, 557
Antonio Labriola: A Forgotten Marxist Thinker

Femia, Joseph, X, 345
Social Theory, Italian Style

Femia, Josheph, IV, 553
Marx, Marxism and the Good Society

Festenstein, M., XVIII, 104
The Ties of Communication: Dewey on Ideal and Political Democracy

Fleischacker, S., XVII, 379
Values behind the Market: Kant’s Response to the Wealth of Nations

Fleisher, M., XVI, 330
The Ways of Machiavelli and the Ways of Politics

Fontana, B., XIV, 27
Tacitus on Empire and Republic

Forbes, I., XII, 167
The Postmodern Return of the Social Nietzsche

Forhan, K.L., XI, 397
Salisburian Stakes: The Users of ‘Tyranny’ in John of Salisbury’s Policraticus

Fralin, R, VII, 131
Rousseau and Community: The Role of Moeurs in Social Change

Francis, M, I, 517
The Nineteenth Century Theory of Sovereignty and Thomas Hobbes

Francis, M., IX, 283
After the Ancient Constitution: Political Theory and English Constitutional Writings, 1765–1832

Franklin, J.H., VII, 89
Bodin and Locke on Consent to Taxation: A Note and Observation

Frost, B.-P., XVIII, 1
An Interpretation of Plutarch’s Cato the Younger

Fruchtman, J. Jr., X, 421
Nature and Revolution in Paine’s Common Sense

Garnett, M., XVI, 558
Self-Love and Mishanthropy: William Hazlitt on Hobbes

Garnsey, P.D.A., VI, 62
Grain for Athens

Garrard, G., XV, 97
Rousseau, Maistre, and the Counter-Enlightenment

Garver, E., XVII, 195
After  Virtù: Rhetoric, Prudence and Moral Pluralism in Machiavelli

Geoghegan, V., XII, 189
A Golden Age: From the Reign of Kronos to the Realm of Freedom

Gibson, A., XII, 263
Impartial Representation and the Extended Republic: Towards a Comprehensive and Balanced Reading of the Tenth Federalist Paper

Glass, S.T., VIII, 277
Single-Mindedness of Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov

Gobetti, D., XIII, 31
Goods of the Mind, Goods of the Body and External Goods: Sources of Conflict and Political Regulation in Seventeenth-Century Natural Law Theory

Goldie, Mark, I, 195
The Roots of True Whiggism 1688-94

Goldsmith, M.M., I, 33
Hobbes’s ‘Mortall God’: is there a Fallacy in Hobbes’s Theory of Sovereignty?

Goldsmith, M.M., VII, 93
‘The Treacherous Arts of Mankind’: Bernard Mandeville and Female Virtue

Goldsmith, M.M., XI, 639
Hobbes’s Ambiguous Politics

Goodale, Jesse R., I, 237
J.G.A. Pocock’s Neo-Harringtonians:  A Reconsideration

Goodwin, B., VII, 537
The Political Philosophy of Money

Gray, John N., III, 465
Spencer on the Ethics of Liberty and the Limits of State Interference

Gray, T.S., II, 161
Herbert Spencer’s Theory of Social Justice — Desert or Entitlement?

+Gray, T. , XIV, 475
Herbert Spencer and the Relation Between Economic and  Political Liberty

Greenaway, J., XIII, 129
British Conservatism and Bureaucracy

Greenberg, J., XII, 209
Our Grand Maxim of State, ‘The King Can Do No Wrong’

Greenleaf, W.H., II, 573
Laski and British Socialism

Griffith, G., VI, 551
George Bernard Shaw’s Argument for Equality of Income

Gwyn, W.B., XII, 421
Cruel Nero: The Concept of the Tyrant and the Image of Nero in Western Political Thought

Haakonssen, K., V, 245
Science of a Legislator in James Mackintosh’s Moral Philosophy

Hamowy, R., XI, 273
Cato’s Letters, John Locke, and the Republican Paradigm

Hampsher-Monk, I.W., IX, 455
Rhetoric and Opinion in the Politics of Edmund Burke

Hanson, Donald . W, XI, 587
The Meaning of ‘Demonstration’ in Hobbes’s Science

Hansot, E., VII, 187
Framing the Organization: Humour in the Workplace

Harding, A., XV, 57
The Origins of the Concept of the State

Harris, Paul, VI, 643
Did Nettleship Corrupt Green’s Lectures? — A Comment on Smith

Harvey, F.D., VI, 76
Dona Ferentes: Some Aspects of Bribery in Greek Politics

Hawkins, M.J., II, 369
Emile Durkheim on Democracy and Absolutism

Heavner, E.K., XVII, 408
Malthus and the Secularization of Political Ideology

Hill, C.E., XIV, 591
Sidney Webb and the Common Good: 1887-1889

Hill, Lisa, XVIII, 677
Adam Ferguson and the Paradox of Progress and Decline

Hipwell, V.B., XIV, 421
Taking ‘Things As They Are’: The Basis of Ludwig Feuerbach’s Objection to the Christian Religion

+Hilton, J.L., XIV, 361
Hobbes, Thomas and Authorship of the Horae Subsecivae

Hoffheimer, M.H., VII, 341
Locke, Spinoza and the Idea of Political Equality

Hoover, J., X, 295
The Foundation of the Communitarian State in the Thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher

Hope Mason, J., X, 89
Individuals in Society: Rousseau’s Republican Vision

Hopton, Terry, III, 51
Kant’s Two Theories of Law

Horne, T.A., IV, 317
Bourgeois Virtue, Property and Moral Philosophy in America, 1750–1800

Horne, T.A., VII, 115
Moral and Economic Improvement: Francis Hutcheson on Property

Houston, A.C., XIV, 381
‘A Way of Settlement’: The Levellers, Monopolies and the Public Interest

Howard, M.C., X, 329
Political Economy of Plekhanov and the Development of Backward Capitalism

Hughes, M., XI, 423
Locke on Taxation and Suffrage

Hughes, M., XIII, 691
Locke, Taxation and Reform: A Reply to Wood

Hunt, Geoffrey, VIII, 263
The Development of the Concept of Civil Society in Marx

Hussey, E.L., VI, 118
Thucydidean History and Democritean Theory

Huxley, G.L., VI, 139
On Aristotle’s Best State

Ibbett, John, VIII, 545
Gadamer, Application and the History of Ideas

Irwin, T.H., VI, 150
Moral Science and Political Theory in Aristotle

Issac, J.C., IX, 349
Republicanism vs. Liberalism? A Reconsideration

Ivison, D., XVIII, 125
The Secret History of Public Reason: Hobbes to Rawls

Jacubowski, M.N., XIII, 339
Note: T.H. Green’s ‘Analysis of Hegel’

Jang, I.H., XVIII, 189
Socrates’ Refutation of Thrasymachus

Jennings, J., XII, 497
Nationalist Ideas in the Early Years of the July Monarchy: Armand Carrel and Le National

Jennings, J., XVIII, 148
The Return of the Political? New French Journals in the History of Political Thought

Jennings, Jeremy, VIII, 325
Georges Sorel and Colonialism: The Case of Egypt

Johnson, C., IX, 189
Aristotle’s Polity: Mixed or Middle Constitution?

Johnson, D., X, 647
Hobbes’s Mortalism

Jones, D.M., VII, 321
Sir Edward Coke and the Interpretation of Lawful Allegiance in Seventeenth-Century England

Just, R., VI, 169
Freedom, Slavery and the Female Psyche

Kahan, A., XV, 423
Defining Opportunism: The Writings of Eugène Spuller

Kato, Takashi, II, 287
On the ‘Complexity’ of Locke’s Thought: A Methodological Sketch

Katz, C., XV, 229
The Greek Matrix of Marx’s Critique of Political Economy

Kearns, E., VI, 189
Change and Continuity in Religious Structure after Cleisthenes

Kelly, George A., VIII, 475
Parnassian Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century France: Tocqueville, Renan, Flaubert

Kennedy, E. (trans), VIII, 131
Nicolaus Sombart, ‘Max Weber and Otto Gross: On the Relationship between Science, Politics and Eros in Wilhelmine Germany’

Kennedy, E., V, 109
Politics of Toleration in Late Weimar: Hermann Heller’s Analysis of Fascism and Political Culture

Kenyon, Timothy, III, 123
Utopia in Reality: ‘Ideal’ Societies in Social and Political Theory

Kerkhof, B., XVI, 219
A Fatal Attraction? Smith’s ‘Theory of Moral Sentiments’ and Mandeville’s ‘Fable’

Kierans, K., XIII, 417
The Concept of Ethical Life in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right

+King, J.E., X, 329
Political Economy of Plekhanov and the Development of Backward Capitalism

King, P., X, 733
Justifying Tolerance

Kinna, R., XV, 593
William Morris and Anti-Parliamentarism

Klippel, D., XV, 203
Johann August Schlettwein and the Economic Faculty at the  University of Gießen

Klonoski, R.J., XVII, 313
Homonoia in Aristotle’s Ethics and Politics

Klosko, G., XII, 1
‘Racism’ in Plato’s  Republic

Klosko, George, III, 363
Demotike Arete in the Republic

Klosko, George, V, 171
Provisionality in Plato’s Ideal State

Klosko, George, VI, 405
Thucydides and Hobbes’s State of Nature

Klosko, George, VII, 15
Rational Persuasion in Plato’s Political Theory

Klosko, George, VII, 275
The ‘Straussian’ Interpretation of Plato’s Republic

Kochin, M.S., XIX, 125
The Unity of Virtue and the Limitations of Magnesia

Kocis, Robert A., VI, 591
Rights and the True Ends of Life in Mao’s Political Thought

Kramm, L., IV, 157
Der Onto-logische Fehlschluss  in der Behauptung Einer Einheit von Sozial-und Naturwissenschaften

Kramm, L., VII, 511
Gaining the Open Horizon: Eric Voegelin’s Search for Order

Kubik, T.R.W., XIX, 186
How Far the Sword? Militia Tactics and Politics in the Commonwealth of Oceana

Kumar, K., XIV, 133
‘News from Nowhere:  The Revival Utopia’

Kurer, O., X, 457
John Stuart Mill on Government Intervention

Lamb, P., XVIII, 326
Laski on Sovereignty: Removing the Mask from Class Dominance

Lane Fox, R., VI, 208
Aspects of Inheritance in the Greek World

Lane, M., XIX, 313
Argument and Agreement in Plato’s Crito

Laursen, J.C., X, 439
Scepticism and Intellectual Freedom: The Philosophical Foundations of Kant’s Politics of Publicity

Levin, Michael, I, 499
Marx and Working-Class Consciousness

Levin, Michael, VI, 433
Marx and Engels on the Generalised Class State

Levinger, M., XIX, 241
Kant and the Origins of Prussian Constitutionalism

Lewis, V.B., XIX, 1
The Nocturnal Council and  Platonic Political Philosophy

Lienesch, Michael, IV, 65
In Defence of the Antifederalists

Lieven, M., IX, 505
Marx and Engels’s Account of Political Power: The Case of British Factory Legislation

Lister, A., XIX, 35
Scepticism and Pluralism in Thomas Hobbes’s Political Thought

Losco, J., IX, 91
Rousseau on the Political Role of the Family

Lovell, D.W., IX, 327
Early French Socialism and Class Struggle

Lovell, D.W., XIII, 257
Early French Socialism and Politics: The Case of Victor Considerant

Luke, T.W., V, 211
On Nature and Society: Rousseau versus the Enlightenment

Luke, T.W., X, 125
Political Science and the Discourses of Power: Developing a Genealogy of the Political Culture Concept

Lund, W.R., IX, 223
The Historical and ‘Politicall’ Origins of Civil Society: Hobbes on Presumption and Certainty

Lund, W.R., XIII, 51
Hobbes on Opinion, Private Judgment and Civil War

Macdonald, B.J., XI, 509
Political Theory and Cultural Criticism: Towards a Theory of Cultural Politics

Macve, R., VI, 233
Some Glosses on Ste. Croix’s ‘Greek and Roman Accounting’

Maletz, D.J., XIX, 599
The Union as Idea: Tocqueville on the American Continent

Mali, J., X, 41
The Poetics of Politics: Vico’s ‘Philosophy of Authority’

Mali, Joseph, XVIII, 579
Ernst H. Kantorowicz: History as Mythenschau

Manicas, Peter T., II, 313
Montesquieu and the Eighteenth-Century Vision of the State

Manicas, Peter T., IX, 137
The Foreclosure of Democracy in America

Markle, M.M. III, VI, 265
Jury Pay and Assembly Pay at Athens

Martin, R.W.T., XV, 505
From the ‘Free and Open’ Press to the ‘Press of Freedom’: Liberalism, Republicanism and Early American Press

Martin, Rex, II, 1
The Ideal State in Plato’s Republic

Mason, P., XIV, 547
The Genevan Republican Background to Rousseau’s Social Contract

Mason, Roger A., I, 411
Knox, Resistance and the Moral Imperative

Masterson, M.P., VIII, 345
Politics in Bremner’s Diderot

Mastnak, T., XIX, 570
Abbé de Saint-Pierre: European Union and the Turk

Mayer, Robert, XIV, 249
Lenin and the Concept of the Professional Revolutionary

Mayer, T.F., VII, 439
Thomas Starkey’s Aristocratic Reform Programme

Mayhew, R., XVII, 488
Aristotle on the Self-Sufficiency of the City

McCrystal, John, XIV, 189
Revolting Women. The Use of Revolutionary Discourse in Mary Astell and  Mary Wollstonecraft Compared

McKenna, G., V, 333
Bannisterless Politics: Hannah Arendt and her Children

McLaren, A.N., XVII, 224
Delineating the Elizabethan Body Politic: Knox, Aylmer and the Definition of Counsel 1558-88

McNally, D., X, 17
Locke, Levellers and Liberty: Property and Democracy in the Thought of the First Whigs

McShea, R.M., VII, 205
Political Philosophy, Human Nature, the Passions

Metz, Karl H., III, 269
The Politics of Conflict: Heinrich von Treitschke and the Idea of Realpolitik

Miller, David, I, 261
Hume and Possessive Individualism

Miller, J., XIX, 501
Aristotle’s Paradox of Monarchy and the Biographical Tradition

Miller, W.I., XVI, 190
Deep Inner Lives, Individualism and People of Honour

Miller, William L., III, 483
Herbert Spencer’s Drift to Conservatism

Milton, J.R., XVI, 356
Dating Locke’s Second Treatise

Milton, P., XIV, 501
Hobbes, Heresy and Lord Arlington

Milton, Philip, XI, 627
Did Hobbes Translate De Cive?

Mingay, Jean, VIII, 21
How Should a Philosopher Live? Two Aristotelian Views

Mion, M., VII, 219
Athenian Democracy: Politicization and Constitutional Restraints

Mitchell, H., IX, 431
The Changing Conditions of Freedom: Tocqueville in the Light of Rousseau

Mitchell, H., XII, 335
Charles Taylor on the Self, its Languages and its History

Modood, Tariq, I, 315
Oakeshott’s Conceptions of Philosophy

Moellendorf, D., XIII, 243
Racism and Rationality in Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit

Moggach, D., XIV, 573
Fichte’s Engagement with Machiavelli

Moloney, P., XVIII, 242
Leaving the Garden of Eden: Linguistic and Political Authority in Thomas Hobbes

Moneghan, P., XII, 329
A Fichte Revival

Montagu, G., XV, 1
Roman Law and The Emperor —  the Rationale of ‘Written Reason’  in some Consilia of  Oldradus da Ponte

Moore, S., XII, 73
Rousseau on Alienation and the Rights of Man

Moore, T., XIV, 345
Recycling Aristotle: The Sovereignty Theory of  Richard Hooker

Morgan, M.L., X, 281
Liberalism in Mendelssohn’s Jerusalem

Morrow, John, V, 91
Liberalism and British Idealist Political Philosophy: A Reassessment

Morrow, John, VI, 491
Ancestors, Legacies and Traditions: British Idealism in the History of Political Thought (Review article)

Morrow, John, XIV, 205
Heroes and Constitutionalists: The Ideological Significance of Thomas Carlyle’s Treatment of the English Revolution

+Morrow, J., IX, 283
After the Ancient Constitution: Political Theory and English Constitutional Writings, 1765–1832

+Morrow, John, VI, 643
Did Nettleship Corrupt Green’s Lectures? — A Comment on Smith

Moulakis, A., XI, 241
Pride and the Meaning of Utopia

Mulgan, R., XV, 179
Aristotle and the Political Role of Women

Muller, J.Z., XII, 695
Carl Schmitt, Hans Freyer and the Radical Conservative Critique of Liberal Democracy in the Weimar Republic

Myers, R., XVI, 37
Montesquieu on the Causes of Roman Greatness

Nederman, C., XIII, 377
Character and Community in the Defensor Pacis: Marsiglio of Padua’s Adaption of Aristotelian Moral Psychology

Nederman, C.J., IX, 415
The Royal Will and the Baronial Bridle: The Place of the Addicio de Cartis in Bractonian Political Thought

Nederman, C.J., V, 61
Bracton on Kingship Revisited

Nederman, C.J., VIII, 211
Physiological Significance of the Organic Metaphor in John of Salisbury’s Policraticus

Nederman, C.J., XVI, 313
From Defensor Pacis to Defensor Minor: The Problem of Empire in Marsiglio of Padua

Nederman, C.J., XVII, 179
Constitutionalism — Medieval and Modern: Against Neo-Figgisite Orthodoxy (Again)

Nichols, R., XIV, 145
Cracking Foundations: ‘Mystique’ vs ‘Politics’ in Sorel and Benda

Nicholson, Peter, III, 103
Hegel on Crime

Nicholson, Peter, VI, 517
T.H. Green and State Action: Liquor Legislation

Noble, R., IX, 263
Freedom and Sentiment in Rousseau’s Philosophical Anthropology

Norton, Paul E., IV, 31
Machiavelli’s Road to Paradise: ‘The Exhortation to Penitence’

Oakley, F., IX, 211
Disobedience, Consent, Political Obligation: The Witness of Wessel Gansfort (c. 1419–1489)

Oakley, F., XVI, 1
Nederman, Gerson, Conciliar Theory and Constituionalism: Sed Contra

Oakley, Francis, XVIII, 624
Locke, Natural Law and God — Again

O’Hagan, Timothy, III, 245
On Rousseau’s Social Contract: Translation and Exegisis

O’Neill, J., XVII, 431
Who Won the Socialist Calculation Debate?

O’Sullivan, N., XIX, 79
The Tragic Vision in the Political Philosophy of Nikolai Berdyaev (1874-1948)

Overhoff, Jurgen, XVIII, 604
The Lutheranism of Thomas Hobbes

Palladini, F., XVI, 121
Translating Samuel Pufendorf. On Two New English Editions

Papageourgiou, C.I., XI, 1
Four or Five Types of Democracy in Aristotle

Parekh, B., XIII, 535
The Poverty of Indian Political Thought

Parel, A.J., XIV, 77
Ptolemy as a Source of The Prince  25

Parker, David, II, 253
Law, Society and the State in the Thought of Jean Bodin

Parker, R.C.T., VI, 298
Greek States and Greek Oracles

Parsons, Wayne, IV, 367
Keynes and the Politics of Ideas

Patapan, H., XIX, 531
All’s fair in Love and War: Machiavelli’s Clizia

Patten, A., XVII, 576
Hegel’s Justification of Private Property

Paul, Jeffrey, III, 499
The Socialism of Herbert Spencer

Peled, Y., XIII, 463
From Theology to Sociology: Bruno Bauer and Karl Marx on the Question of Jewish Emancipation

Peltonen, M., XV, 469
Classical Republicanism in Tudor England: The Case of Richard Beacon’s  Solon his Follie

Pemberton, J.C., XIX, 264
James and the Early Laski:  The Ambiguous Legacy of Pragmatism

Perry, Diana, II, 227
‘Catholicum Opus Imperiale Regiminis Mundi’. An Early Sixteenth-Century Restatement of Empire

Peter, L., XVI, 77
Montesquieu’s Paradox on Freedom and Hungary’s Constitutions 1790-1990

Planinc, Z., XII, 305
Family and Civil Society in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right

Pocock, J.G.A., I, 541
A Reconsideration Impartially Considered

Pocock, J.G.A., XI, 737
Thomas Hobbes: Atheist or Enthusiast? His Place in a Restoration Debate

Podes, S., XII, 577
Polybius and his Theory of  Anacyclosis — Problems of not just Ancient Political Theory

Pouncey, P., VII, 1
Disorder and Defeat in Thucydides

Price, R., III, 383
Ambizione in Machiavelli’s Thought

Price, R., IX, 237
Self-love, ‘Egoism’ and Ambizione in Machiavelli’s Thought

Primoratz, I., XV, 249
The Word ‘Liberty’ on the Chains of Galley-Slaves: Bosanquet’s Theory of the General Will

Putterman, T.L., XII, 107
Calhoun’s Realism?

Quillet, Jeannine, I, 391
Nouvelles Etudes Marsiliennes

Qviller, B., XVII, 326
The Machiavellian Cosmos

Randi, E., V, 425
La Vergine e il Papa . Potentia Dei Absoluta and Plentitudo Postatis Papale nel XIV Secolo

ize=-1>Reedy, W.J., XVI, 49
The Traditionalist Critique of Individualism in Post-Revolutionary France: The Case of Louis de Bonald

Remer, G., X, 377
Rhetoric and the Erasmian Defence of Religious Toleration

Remer, G., XVI, 532
James Harrington’s New Deliberative Rhetoric: Reflection of an Anticlassical Republicanism

Renato, , XIV, 281
Carl Schmitt on Liberalism, Democracy and Catholicism

Rengger, N., XVI, 416
Trust Prudence and History: John Dunn and the Tasks of Political Theory

Reynolds, N.B., XIV, 361
Hobbes, Thomas and Authorship of the Horae Subsecivae

Rice, D., X, 565
Plato on Force: The Conflict Between his Psychology and Political Sociology and his Definition of Temperance in the Republic

Rice, D.H., XII, 317
John C. Calhoun

+Rice, D., VI, 405
Thucydides and Hobbes’s State of Nature

Rich, P., XIII, 281
Reinhold Niebuhr and the Ethics of Realism in International Relations

Richter, M., X, 71
Montesquieu, The Politics of Language, and the Language of Politics

Robertson, John, IV, 451
Scottish Political Economy Beyond the Civic Tradition: Government and Economic Development in the Wealth of Nations

Robertson, John, VIII, 336
Antonio Genovesi: The Neapolitan Enlightenment and Political Economy

Rodner, W.S., IX, 529
Conservatism, Resistance and Lord Hugh Cecil

Roosevelt, Grace, VIII, 225
Reconstruction of Rousseau’s Fragments on the State of War

Rosenfeld, David, VIII, 83
Rousseau’s Unanimous Contract and the Doctrine of Popular Sovereignty

Rosenthal, M.A., XVIII, 207
Why Spinoza Chose the Hebrews: The Exemplary Function of Prophecy in the  Theological-Political Treatise

Rowe, C.J., IV, 409
Plato on the Sophists as Teachers of Virtue

Rudolph, R., VII, 73
Conflict, Egoism and Power in Hobbes

Rueger, Zofia, III, 1
Gerson’s Concept of Equity and Christopher St. German

Rupp, T., XIV, 41
‘Common’ = ‘Of the Commune’: Private Property and Individualism in Remigio dei Girolami’s De Bono Pacis

Salmon, J.H.M., XVII, 500
The Legacy of Jean Bodin: Absolutism, Populism or Constitutionalism?

Salter, J., XIII, 219
Adam Smith on Slavery

Samaras, T., XVII, 109
When did Plato Abandon the Hope that Ideal Rulers Might Appear Among Human Beings?

Samples, John, VIII, 245
Kant, Toennies and the Liberal Idea of Community in Early German Sociology

Sampson, Margaret, XI, 721
‘Will You Hear What a Casuist He Is?’ Thomas Hobbes as Director of Conscience

Sanderson, J., XIV, 85
Conrad Russell’s Ideas

Sanderson, John, III, 447
Philip Hunton’s ‘Appeasement’: Moderation and Extremism in the English Civil War

Sargent, L.T., IV, 483
Utopianism in Colonial America

Sargent, L.T., V, 195
More’s Utopia: An Interpretation of its Social Theory

Schecter, D., XI, 491
Gramsci, Gentile and the Theory of the Ethical State in Italy

Scheuerman, W., XIX, 484
The Return of the Weimar

Scheuerman, W.E., XVII, 571
Legal Indeterminacy and the Origins of Nazi Legal Thought: The Case of Carl Schmitt

Scheurerman, Bill, XIV, 265
The Rule of Law Under Siege: Carl Schmitt and the Death of the Weimar Republic

Schmidt, J., VII, 295
A Raven with a Halo: The Translation of Aristotle’s Politics

Schmidt, James, II, 469
A Paideia for the ‘Burger als Bourgeois‘: The Concept of ‘Civil Society’ in Hegel’s Political Thought

Schollmeier, P., IX, 205
The Democracy Most in Accordance with Equality

Schroeder, D.N., XIII, 203
Aristotle on the Good of Virtue-Friendship

Scott, J., XIII, 565
The Law of War: Grotius, Sydney, Locke and the Political Theory of Rebellion

Seery, J.E., IX, 303
Deviations: on the Difference between Marx and Marxist Theorists

+Seidler, M.J., XVII, 354
Pufendorf, Sociality and the Modern State

Seth, S., XIII, 99
Lenin’s Reformulation of Marxism: The Colonial Question as a National Question

Shafir, M., V, 295
Romania’s Marx and the National Question: Constanin Dobrogeanu- Gherea

Shapiro, Ian, III, 535
Realism in the Study of the History of Ideas

Sharp, A., IX, 19
John Lilburne and the Long Parliament’s Book of Declarations: A Radical’s Exploitation of the Words of Authorities

Shaver, R., XII, 627
Paris and Patriotism

Shaw, B.J., IX, 553
Capitalism and the Novel: Georg Lukacs on Modern Realism

Shaw, C., VIII, 521
Eliminating the Yahoo: Eugenics, Social Darwinism and Five Fabians

Shephard, A., XII, 589
Henry Howard and the Lawful Regiment of Women

Shiell, T.C., XII, 377
The Unity of Plato’s Political Thought

Shogimen, T., XIX, 517
William of Ockham and Guido Terreni

Siemsen, T., IX, 1
‘Rational Persuasion in Plato’s Political Theory’: a Reconsideration

Siemsen, T., VIII, 1
Thrasymachus’ Challenge

Sigurdson, R., XIII, 487
Jacob Burckhardt’s Liberal-Conservatism

Simhony, A., X, 481
T.H. Green’s Theory of the Morally Justified Society

Simhony, A., XII, 515
Idealist Organicism: Beyond Holism and Individualism

Simhony, Avital, XIV, 225
T.H. Green: The Common  Good Society

Simon, J., XVI, 21
Natural Freedom and Moral Autonomy: Emile as Parent, Teacher and Citizen

Simonutti, L., XVII, 523
Between Political Loyalty and Religious Liberty: Political Theory and Toleration in Huguenot Thought in the Epoch of Bayle

Skemp, J.B., I, 1
How Political is the Republic?

Slomp, G., XIX, 552
From Genus to Species: The Unravelling of Hobbesian Glory

Slomp, Gabriella, XI, 565
Hobbes, Thucydides and the Three Greatest Things

Smart, Ian M., I, 167
The Political Ideas of the Scottish Covenanters, 1638-88

Smith, Craig A., II, 187
The Individual and Society in T.H. Green’s Theory of Virtue

Smith, G.W., II, 141
Sinful Science? Marx’s Theory of Freedom from Thesis to Theses

Smith, S.B., XII, 87
Hegel and the Jewish Question: In Between Tradition and Modernity

Smith, T.W., XVII, 591
Michael Oakeshott on History, Practice and Political Theory

Soffer, W., XVI, 157
Socrates’ Proposals Concerning Women: Feminism or Fantasy?

Soles, David E., VIII, 63
Intellectualism and Natural Law in Locke’s Second Treatise

Sombart, Nicolaus, VIII, 131
Max Weber and Otto Gross: On the Relationship between Science, Politics and Eros in Wilhelmine Germany

Sommerville, J.P., IV, 229
Richard Hooker, Hadrian Saravia, and the Advent of the Divine Right of Kings

Sonenscher, M., XVIII, 64
The Nation’s Debt and the Birth of the Modern Republic: The French Fiscal Deficit and the Politics of the Revolution of 1789 (Part I)

Sonenscher, M. XVIII, 267
The Nation’s Debt and the Birth of the Modern Republic: The French Fiscal Deficit and the Politics of the Revolution of 1789 (Part II)

Sorenson, L.R., XI, 443
Rousseau’s Liberalism

Spektorowski, A., XVII, 79
The Making of an Argentine Fascist. Leopoldo Lugones: From Revolutionary Left to Radical Nationalism

Springborg, P, XVII, 615
The View from the ‘Divell’s Mountain’

Springborg, P., V, 393
Aristotle and the Problem of Needs

Springborg, P., VIII, 395
The Contractual State: Reflections on Orientalism and Despotism

Springborg, P., X, 499
Arendt, Republicanism and Patriarchalism

Springborg, P., XVII, 503
Thomas Hobbes and Cardinal Bellarmine: Leviathan and the ‘Ghost of the Roman Empire’

Stafford, W., XVI, 391
Ferdinand Tönnies on Gender, Women and the Family

Stafford, William, I, 279
Dissenting Religion translated into Politics: Godwin’s Political Justice

Stalley, R.F., XV, 157
Persuasion in Plato’s Laws

Stalley, R.F., XVII, 469
Punishment in Plato’s Laws

Stanley, J.L., XII, 647
Marx, Engels and the Administration of Nature

Stapleton, J., XII, 147
Localism Versus Centralism in the Webbs’ Political Thought

Stapleton, J., XVI, 234
Dicey and his Legacy

Steiner, Hillel, III, 515
Land, Liberty and the Early Herbert Spencer

Sullivan, V., XV, 73
The Civic Humanist Portrait of Machiavelli’s English Successors

Swanson, S.G., XVIII, 399
The Medieval Foundations of John Locke’s Theory of Natural Rights: Rights of Subsistence and the Principle of Extreme Necessity

Swazo, N.K., XII, 405
The Authentic Tele of Politics: A Reading of Aristotle

Taft, B., V, 447
That Lusty Puss, The Good Old Cause

Tarlton, C.D., XIX, 407
Rehabiltating Hobbes: Obligation, Anti-Fascism and the Myth of a ‘Taylor Thesis’

Tashjean, John E, II, 447
Indo-European Studies and the Sciences of Man

Teeple, G., XI, 81
The Doctoral Dissertation of Karl Marx

Tenenbaum, Susan, I, 453
The Coppet Circle: Literary Criticism as Political Discourse

Thomas, P., IX, 485
Nature and Artifice in Marx

Thomas, Paul, XVIII, 652
The Revolutionary Festival and Rousseau’s Quest for Transparency

Thomas, R., XVIII, 483
Enigmatic Writings: Karl Marx’s The Civil War in France and the Paris Commune of 1871

Tierney, B., IV, 429
Tuck on Rights: Some Medieval Problems

Tierney, B., X, 615
Origins of Natural Rights Language: Texts and Contexts, 1150-1250

Tomin, J., V, 527
Pursuit of Philosophy

Torgerson, D., XI, 339
Origins of the Policy Orientation: The Aesthetic Dimension in Lasswell’s Political Vision

Tregenza, I., XVIII, 531
The Life of Hobbes in the Writings of Michael Oakeshott

Tribe, Keith, VIII, 153
Symposium on the Work of Otto Kirchheimer at the Freie Universitat,West Berlin 13–15 November 1985

Tubbs, J.W., XIX, 363
Custom, Time and Reason: Early Seventeenth-Century Conceptions of the Common Law

+Tudor, H. , XI, 37
Robertus Britannus, ‘On the Best Form of Commonwealth’: A Dialogue between Pierre du Chastel and Aymar Ranconet

Tunick, M., XII, 481
Hegel’s Justification of Hereditary Monarchy

Tunick, M., XVII, 60
Is Kant a Retributivist?

Tuplin, C.J., VI, 348
Imperial Tyranny: Some Reflections on a Classical Greek Political Metaphor

Turner, R.V., XVII, 157
King John’s Concept of Royal Authority

Velema, W.R.E., XVIII, 43
Republican Readings of Montesquieu: The Spirit of the Laws in the Dutch Republic

Vincent, A., IX, 161
Divided Liberalism?

Vincent, A., XI, 143
Classical Liberalism and its Crisis of Identity

Viroli, M., X, 405
Republic and Politics in Machiavelli and Rousseau

Vogel, U., XII, 229
Political Philosophers and the Trouble with Polygamy: Patriarchal Reasoning in Modern Natural Law

Vogel, Ursula, III, 77
Liberty is Beautiful: von Humboldt’s Gift to Liberalism

Wallach, J.R., IX, 393
Socratic Citizenship

Wallach, J.R., XVIII, 565
Plato’s Socratic Problem, and Ours

Walt, S., X, 113
Hegel on War: Another Look

Ward, W. Randall, XVI, 208
Divine Will, Natural Law and the Voluntarism/Intellectualism Debate in Locke

Ware, R.B., XVII, 253
Hegel’s Metaphilosophy and Historical Metamorphosis

Watanabe, M., VII, 53
Nicholas of Cusa and the Tyrolese Monasteries: Reform and Resistance

Weinstein, D., XI, 119
Equal Freedom, Rights and Utility in Spencer’s Moral Philosophy

Welch, C., VII, 151
Jansenism and Liberalism: The Making of Citizens in Post- Revolutionary France

Weston, Corinne, VIII, 435
The Case for Sir Robert Holbourne Reasserted

Whatmore, R., XIX, 439
The Political Economy of Jean-Baptiste Say’s Republicanism

Whelan, F.G., IV, 1
Socrates and the ‘Meddlesomeness’ of the Athenians

Whelan, F.G., IX, 59
Vattel’s Doctrine of the State

Whelan, F.G., XII, 35
Population and Ideology in the Enlightenment

Whitaker, M., IX, 45
Hobbes’s View of the Reformation

Wilcox, L.I., V, 129
Marxism, Death, and Social Hypnosis: V.F. Calverton and the Old Left’s ‘Crisis of Reason’

Wilde, L., VII, 361
Sorel and the French Right

Williams, H., XV, 269
Democracy and Right in Habermas’s Theory of Facticity and Value

Williams, Howard, VI, 381
Heraclitus’s Philosophy and Hegel’s Dialectic

Winfield, Richard D., IV, 111
Capital, Civil Society and the Deformation of Politics

Winfield, Richard D., V, 543
The Reason for Democracy

Wokler, R., XV, 373
Rousseau’s Pufendorf: Natural Law and the Foundations of  Commercial Society

Wokler, Robert, I, 81
Reply to Charvet: Rousseau and the Perfectibility of Man

Wood, E.M., XV, 323
Radicalism, Capitalism and  Historical Contexts:  Not only a Reply to Richard Ashcraft on John Locke

Wood, E.Meiksins, XIII, 657
Locke against Democracy: Consent, Representation and Suffrage in the Two Treatises

Wood, Ellen M., IV, 281
The State and Popular Sovereignty in French Political Thought: A Genealogy of Rousseau’s ‘General Will’

Wood, I, I, 437
Thomas Hobbes and the Crisis of the English Aristocracy

Wood, N., VII, 33
Populares and Circumcelliones: the Vocabulary of ‘Fallen Man’ in Cicero and St. Augustine

Wood, N., XVI, 174
Sallust’s Theorem: A Comment on ‘Fear’ in Western Political Thought

Wood, N., XVIII, 24
Avarice and Civil Unity: The Contribution of Sir Thomas Smith

Woodcock, Michael, I, 475
Educational Principles and Political Thought: the case of James Mill

Worthington, G., XVI, 105
Michael Oakeshott on Life: Waiting with Godot

Wright, J., XIII, 391
Conversations with Phocion: The Political Thought of Mably

Yack, B., XII, 15
A Reinterpretation of Aristotle’s Political Teleology

Yeager, K.L., XIX, 621
Nietzsche, Plato, Heraclitus and the Pursuit of Iluminate Dwelling

Yonezawa, S., XII, 565
Socrates’ Two Concepts of the Polis

Zvesper, J., X, 701
The American Founders and Classical Political Thought

Index to Titles

CUMULATIVE INDEX TO TITLES
Volume I-XIX (1980-1998)
Abbé de Saint-Pierre: European Union and the Turk
T. Mastnak XIX, 570

Adam Ferguson and the Paradox of Progress and Decline
Lisa Hill XVIII, 677

Adam Smith on Slavery
J. Salter XIII, 219

Aesthetic Realm and the Lifeworld, The: Kant and Merleau-Ponty
D. Coole V, 503

After  Virtù: Rhetoric, Prudence and Moral Pluralism in Machiavelli
E. Garver XVII, 195

After the Ancient Constitution: Political Theory and English Constitutional Writings, 1765-1832
M. Francis & J. Morrow IX, 283

All’s fair in Love and War: Machiavelli’s Clizia
H. Patapan XIX, 531

Ambiguities of Marx’s Concepts of ‘Proletarian Dictatorship’ and ‘Transition to Communism’, The
Frederic Bender II, 525

Ambizione in Machiavelli’s Thought
R. Price III, 383

American Founders and Classical Political Thought, The
J. Zvesper X, 701

Ancestors, Legacies and Traditions: British Idealism in the History of Political Thought (Review article)
John Morrow VI, 491

Antonio Genovesi: The Neapolitan Enlightenment and Political Economy
John Robertson VIII, 336

Antonio Labriola: A Forgotten Marxist Thinker
Joseph Femia II, 557

Arendt, Republicanism and Patriarchalism
P. Springborg X, 499

Argument and Agreement in Plato’s Crito
M. Lane XIX,313

Aristotle and Natural Law
T. Burns XIX, 142

Aristotle and the Political Role of Women
R. Mulgan XV, 179

Aristotle and the Problem of Needs
P. Springborg V, 393

Aristotle on the Good of Virtue-Friendship
D.N. Schroeder XIII, 203

Aristotle on the Self-Sufficiency of the City
R. Mayhew XVII, 488

Aristotle’s ‘Science’ of Tyranny
R. Boesche XIV, 1

Aristotle’s Paradox of Monarchy and the Biographical Tradition
J. Miller XIX, 501

Aristotle’s Polity: Mixed or Middle Constitution?
C. Johnson IX, 189

Aristotle’s Woman
Stephen R. Clark III, 177

Aspects of Inheritance in the Greek World
R. Lane Fox VI, 208

Athenian Democracy: Politicization and Constitutional Restraints
M. Mion VII,219

Authentic Tele of Politics, The: A Reading of Aristotle
N.K. Swazo XII, 405

Avarice and Civil Unity: The Contribution of Sir Thomas Smith
N. Wood XVIII,24

Bacon’s Essays: From Political Science to Political Prudence
Ian Box III,31

Bannisterless Politics: Hannah Arendt and her Children
G. McKenna V, 333

Between Political Loyalty and Religious Liberty: Political Theory and Toleration in Huguenot Thought in the Epoch of Bayle
L. Simonutti XVII, 523

Blood, Sweat and Wealth: Fortescue’s Theory of the Origin of Property
E.T. Callahan XVII, 21

Bodin and Locke on Consent to Taxation: A Note and Observation
J.H. Franklin VII, 89

Bourgeois in Marxian Rhetoric, The
Paul E. Corcoran I, 301

Bourgeois Virtue, Property and Moral Philosophy in America, 1750–1800
T.A. Horne IV, 317

Bracton on Kingship Revisited
C.J. Nederman V, 61

British Conservatism and Bureaucracy
J. Greenaway XIII, 129

Calhoun’s Realism?
T.L. Putterman XII, 107

Capital, Civil Society and the Deformation of Politics
Richard D. Winfield IV, 111

Capitalism and the Novel: Georg Lukacs on Modern Realism
B.J. Shaw IX, 553

Carl Schmitt on Liberalism, Democracy and Catholicism
Renato XIV,281

Carl Schmitt, Hans Freyer and the Radical Conservative Critique of Liberal Democracy in the Weimar Republic
J.Z. Muller XII, 695

Case for Sir Robert Holbourne Reasserted, The
Corinne Weston VIII, 435

‘Catholicum Opus Imperiale Regiminis Mundi’. An Early Sixteenth-Century Restatement of Empire
Diana Perry II, 227

‘Cato’s Letters, John Locke, and the Republican Paradigm
R. Hamowy XI, 273

Change and Continuity in Religious Structure after Cleisthenes
E. Kearns VI, 189

Changing Conditions of Freedom, The: Tocqueville in the Light of Rousseau
H. Mitchell IX, 431

Character and Community in the Defensor Pacis: Marsiglio of Padua’s Adaption of Aristotelian Moral Psychology
C. NedermanXIII, 377

Charles Hall: Exploitation. Commercial Society and  Political Economy
J. Cunliffe XV, 535

Charles Taylor on the Self, its Languages and its History
H. Mitchell XII, 335

Civic Humanist Portrait of Machiavelli’s English Successors, The
V. Sullivan XV, 73

Civic Personae: MacIntyre, Cicero and Moral Personality
D. Burchell XIX, 101

Classical Anarchism: The Political Thought of Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin and Kropotkin
George Crowder XIV, 336

Classical Liberalism and its Crisis of Identity
A. Vincent XI, 143

Classical Republicanism in Tudor England: The Case of Richard Beacon’s Solon his Follie
M. Peltonen XV, 469

‘Common’ = ‘Of the Commune’: Private Property and Individualism in Remigio dei Girolami’s De Bono Pacis
T. Rupp XIV,41

Commerce and the Philadelphia Constitution: Neo-Mercantalism in Federalist and Anti-Federalist Political Economy
J.E. Crowley XIII, 73

Communism for Critical Critics? The German Ideology and the Problem of Technology
Terrell Carver IX, 129

Concept of Ethical Life in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, The
K. Kierans XIII, 417

Conflict, Egoism and Power in Hobbes
R. Rudolph VII, 73

Conrad Russell’s Ideas
J. Sanderson XIV, 85

Conservatism, Resistance and Lord Hugh Cecil
W.S. Rodner IX, 529

Considering Things Minutely: Reflections on Mandeville and the Eighteenth-Century Science of Man
D. Castiglione VII, 463

Constitutional Monarchy as the Divine Regime: Hegel’s Theory of the Just State
Alan Brudner II, 119

Constitutionalism — Medieval and Modern: Against Neo-Figgisite Orthodoxy (Again)
C.J. Nederman XVII, 179

Constitutionalism, Rights and Religion: The Athenian Example
B. Campbell VII, 239

Contexts for the Writing and Publication of Hobbes’s Leviathan
Glenn Burgess XI, 675

Contractual State, the: Reflections on Orientalism and Despotism
P. Springborg VIII,395

Conversations with Phocion: The Political Thought of Mably
J. Wright XIII, 391

Coppet Circle, The: Literary Criticism as Political Discourse
Susan Tenenbaum I, 453

Corporation in the Political Thought of the Italian Jurists of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, The
J.P. Canning I, 9

Cracking Foundations: ‘Mystique’ vs ‘Politics’ in Sorel and Benda
R. Nichols XIV, 145

Cruel Nero: The Concept of the Tyrant and the Image of Nero in Western Political Thought
W.B. Gwyn XII, 421

Custom, Time and Reason: Early Seventeenth-Century Conceptions of the Common Law
J.W. Tubbs XIX, 363

Dating Locke’s Second Treatise
J.R. Milton XVI, 356

Deep Inner Lives, Individualism and People of Honour
W.I. Miller XVI, 190

Defining Opportunism: The Writings of Eugène Spuller
A. Kahan XV, 423

Deity and Human Agency in Plato’s Laws
B. Campbell II, 417

Delineating the Elizabethan Body Politic: Knox, Aylmer and the Definition of Counsel 1558-88
A.N. McLaren XVII, 224

Democracy — Past, Present and . . .
C.J. Berry XV, 121

Democracy and Right in Habermas’s Theory of Facticity and Value
H. Williams XV, 269

Democracy Most in Accordance with Equality, The
P. Schollmeier IX, 205

Demotike Arete in the Republic
George Klosko III, 363

Der Onto-logische Fehlschluss  in der Behauptung Einer Einheit von Sozial-und Naturwissenschaften
L. Kramm IV, 157

Development of the Concept of Civil Society in Marx, The
Geoffrey Hunt VIII, 263

Deviations: on the Difference between Marx and Marxist Theorists
J.E. Seery IX, 303

Dicey and his Legacy
J. Stapleton XVI, 234

Did Hobbes Translate De Cive?
Philip Milton XI, 627

Did Nettleship Corrupt Green’s Lectures? — A Comment on Smith
Paul Harris & John Morrow VI, 643

Dikastic Thorubos
V. Bers VI,1

Disciplining the ‘Personality’:  Self and Social Critique in  Max Weber’s Work
E. Chowers XV, 447

Disobedience, Consent, Political Obligation: The Witness of Wessel Gansfort (c. 1419-1489)
F. Oakley IX, 211

Disorder and Defeat in Thucydides
P. Pouncey VII, 1

Dissenting Religion translated into Politics: Godwin’s Political Justice
William Stafford I, 279

Divided Liberalism?
A. Vincent IX, 161

Divine Will, Natural Law and the Voluntarism/Intellectualism Debate in Locke
W. Randall Ward XVI, 208

Doctoral Dissertation of Karl Marx, The
G. Teeple XI, 81

Does Aristotle’s Political Theory Rest on a ‘Blunder’?
J. Chan XIII,189

Dona Ferentes: Some Aspects of Bribery in Greek Politics
F.D. Harvey VI, 76

Early French Socialism and Class Struggle
D.W. Lovell IX, 327

Early French Socialism and Politics: The Case of Victor Considerant
D.W. Lovell XIII, 257

Early Phase of Spengler’s Political Philosophy, The
J. Farrenkopf XIII, 319

Educational Principles and Political Thought: the case of James Mill
Michael Woodcock I, 475

Egoist Theory and America’s Individualist Anarchists: A Dilemma of Praxis
F. Brooks XV, 403

Eliminating the Yahoo: Eugenics, Social Darwinism and Five Fabians
C. Shaw VIII,521

Eloquence of John Stuart Mill, The
Margaret Canovan VIII, 505

Emile Durkheim on Democracy and Absolutism
M.J. Hawkins II, 369

Engels’s Feminism
Terrell Carver VI, 479

English Political Thought in the  Nineteenth Century
M. Bevir XVII, 114

Enigmatic Writings: Karl Marx’s The Civil War in France and the Paris Commune of 1871
R. Thomas XVIII, 483

Enlightenment Psychology and Political Reaction in Plato’s Social Philosophy: an Ideological Contradiction?
J.M. Bryant XI, 377

Epic Hero as Politico, The
B. Campbell XI, 189

Equal Freedom, Rights and Utility in Spencer’s Moral Philosophy
D. Weinstein XI, 119

Equality of Opportunity as the Noble Lie
E. Andrew X, 577

Ernst H. Kantorowicz: History as Mythenschau
Joseph Mali XVIII, 579

Fabianism and the Theory of Rent
M. Bevir X, 313

Family and Civil Society in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right
Z. Planinc XII, 305

Family, Government and the Medieval Aristotelians
J.M. Blythe X, 1

Fatal Attraction, A? Smith’s ‘Theory of Moral Sentiments’ and Mandeville’s ‘Fable’
B. Kerkhof XVI, 219

Feminism of T.H. Green, The: A Late-Victorian Success Story?
O. Anderson XII, 671

Ferdinand Tönnies on Gender, Women and the Family
W. Stafford XVI, 391

Fichte Revival, A
P. Moneghan XII, 329

Fichte’s Engagement with Machiavelli
D. Moggach XIV, 573

Fifteenth-Century Concepts of Law: Fortescue and Pecock
N. Doe X,257

Foreclosure of Democracy in America, The
Peter T. Manicas IX, 137

Formation of the Modern State, the: A Reconstruction of Max Weber’s Argument
R. Axtmann XI, 295

Forsthoff, Ernst and the Legacy  of Radical Conservative State Theory in the Federal Republic of Germany
P. Caldwell XV, 615

Foundation of the Communitarian State in the Thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher, The
J. Hoover X, 295

Four or Five Types of Democracy in Aristotle
C.I. Papageourgiou XI, 1

Foxy Prophet, the: Machiavelli versus Machiavelli on Ferdinand the Catholic
E. Andrew XI, 409

Framing the Organization: Humour in the Workplace
E. Hansot VII, 187

Freedom and Sentiment in Rousseau’s Philosophical Anthropology
R. Noble IX, 263

Freedom, Slavery and the Female Psyche
R. Just VI,169

French Revolution Debate and British Political Thought, the
G. Claeys XI, 59

From Defensor Pacis to Defensor Minor: The Problem of Empire in Marsiglio of Padua
C.J. Nederman XVI, 313

From Genus to Species: The Unravelling of Hobbesian Glory
G. Slomp XIX, 552

From the ‘Free and Open’ Press to the ‘Press of Freedom’: Liberalism, Republicanism and Early American Press
R.W.T. Martin XV, 505

From Theology to Sociology: Bruno Bauer and Karl Marx on the Question of Jewish Emancipation
Y. Peled XIII, 463

Gadamer, Application and the History of Ideas
John Ibbett VIII, 545

Gaining the Open Horizon: Eric Voegelin’s Search for Order
L. Kramm VII, 511

Genevan Republican Background to Rousseau’s Social Contract, The
P. Mason XIV, 547

George Bernard Shaw’s Argument for Equality of Income
G. Griffith VI, 551

Georges Sorel and Colonialism: The Case of Egypt
Jeremy Jennings VIII, 325

German Historicism and the History of Political Theory
Richard Ashcraft VIII, 289

German Ideology, The: The Theory of History and the History of Theory
G.K. Browning XIV, 455

Gerson’s Concept of Equity and Christopher St. German
Zofia Rueger III, 1

Glory and the Boundaries of Public Morality in Machiavelli’s Thought
D. Eldar VII, 419

Godwin and the Development of ‘The New Man of Feeling’
Richard Bellamy VI, 411

Golden Age, A: From the Reign of Kronos to the Realm of Freedom
V. Geoghegan XII, 189

Good Government and the Limitations of Power in the Writings of Niccolo Machiavelli
H. Butters VII, 411

Goods of the Mind, Goods of the Body and External Goods: Sources of Conflict and Political Regulation in Seventeenth-Century Natural Law Theory
D. Gobetti XIII, 31

Grain for Athens
P.D.A. Garnsey VI, 62

Gramsci, Croce and the Italian Political Tradition
R. Bellamy XI, 313

Gramsci, Gentile and the Theory of the Ethical State in Italy
D. Schecter XI, 491

Greek Matrix of Marx’s Critique of Political Economy, The
C. Katz XV,229

Greek Philosophy and the Concept of an Academic Discipline
W.W. Charlton VI, 47

Greek States and Greek Oracles
R.C.T. Parker VI, 298

H.M. Hyndman: A Rereading and a Reassessment
M. Bevir XII, 125

Harringtonian ‘Party’, The, (1659–1660) and Harrington’s Political Thought
James Cotton I, 51

Hegel and Roman Liberalism
F.R. Cristi V, 281

Hegel and the Jewish Question: In Between Tradition and Modernity
S.B. Smith XII, 87

Hegel on Crime
Peter Nicholson III, 103

Hegel on War: Another Look
S. Walt X,113

Hegel’s Justification of Hereditary Monarchy
M. Tunick XII, 481

Hegel’s Justification of Private Property
A. Patten XVII, 576

Hegel’s Metaphilosophy and Historical Metamorphosis
R.B. Ware XVII, 253

Henry Howard and the Lawful Regiment of Women
A. Shephard XII, 589

Heraclitus’s Philosophy and Hegel’s Dialectic
Howard Williams VI, 381

Herbert Spencer’s Drift to Conservatism
William L. Miller III, 483

Herbert Spencer’s Theory of Social Justice — Desert or Entitlement?
T.S. Gray II, 161

Heroes and Constitutionalists: The Ideological Significance of Thomas Carlyle’s Treatment of the English Revolution
John Morrow XIV, 205

Hidden Meaning of Strauss’s Thoughts on Machiavelli, The
S.B. Drury VI, 575

Historical and ‘Politicall’ Origins of Civil Society, The: Hobbes on Presumption and Certainty
W.R. Lund IX, 223

Historical Criticism of the US Constitution in Populist-Progressive Political Theory
C.W. Barrow IX, 111

Historical Problem of Political Organization in Sartre’s Existential Marxism, The
C.W. Barrow VII, 527

Historical Problem of Political Organization, The
Deborah Baumgold IV, 43

Histories of Political Thought in the Post-Methodological Age
David Boucher XIV, 301

Hobbes and the ‘Greek Tongues’
M. Berent XVII, 36

Hobbes on Church, State and Religion
Eldon J. Eisenach III, 215

Hobbes on Opinion, Private Judgment and Civil War
W.R. Lund XIII, 51

Hobbes, Heresy and Lord Arlington
P. Milton XIV, 501

Hobbes, Thomas and Authorship of the Horae Subsecivae
N.B. Reynolds & J.L. Hilton XIV,361

Hobbes, Thucydides and the Three Greatest Things
Gabriella Slomp XI, 565

Hobbes’s ‘Mortall God’: is there a Fallacy in Hobbes’s Theory of Sovereignty?
M.M. Goldsmith I, 33

Hobbes’s Ambiguous Politics
M.M. Goldsmith XI, 639

Hobbes’s Mortalism
D. Johnson X, 647

Hobbes’s View of the Reformation
M. Whitaker IX, 45

Homonoia in Aristotle’s Ethics and Politics
R.J. Klonoski XVII, 313

How Far the Sword? Militia Tactics and Politics in the Commonwealth of Oceana
T.R.W. Kubik XIX, 186

How Political is the Republic?
J.B. Skemp I, 1

How Should a Philosopher Live? Two Aristotelian Views
Jean Mingay VIII, 21

Human Origins of Fortuna in Machiavelli’s Thought, the
O. Balaban XI, 21

Hume and Possessive Individualism
David Miller I, 261

Hume’s Critique of the Contract Theory
S. Buckle & D.Castiglione XII, 457

Ideal State in Plato’s Republic, The
Rex Martin II, 1

Idealist Organicism: Beyond Holism and Individualism
A. Simhony XII, 515

Ideological Commitment of Locke, The: Freemen and Servants in the Two Treatises of Government
R. Becker XIII, 631

Impartial Representation and the Extended Republic: Towards a Comprehensive and Balanced Reading of the Tenth Federalist Paper
A. Gibson XII, 263

Imperial Tyranny: Some Reflections on a Classical Greek Political Metaphor
C.J. Tuplin VI, 348

In a Crazy Time the Crazy Come out Well: Machiavelli and the Cosmology of his Day
S. Basu XI,213

In Defence of the Antifederalists
Michael Lienesch IV, 65

In Defence of the British Constitution: Theoretical Implications of the Debate over Athenian Democracy in Britain, 1770-1850
K. Demetriou XVII, 2

In Opposition to the Raj: Annie Besant and the Dialectic of Empire
M. Bevir XIX, 61

Individual and Society in T.H. Green’s Theory of Virtue, the
Craig A. Smith II, 187

Individuals in Society: Rousseau’s Republican Vision
J. Hope Mason X, 89

Indo-European Studies and the Sciences of Man
John E Tashjean II, 447

Intellect and Political Order in Plato’s Republic
B. Campbell I, 361

Intellectualism and Natural Law in Locke’s Second Treatise
David E. Soles VIII, 63

Interpretation of Plutarch’s Cato the Younger, An
B.-P. Frost XVIII, 1

Is Kant a Retributivist?
M. Tunick XVII, 60

Isaac Deutscher: History and Necessity
P. Beilharz VII, 375

J.G.A. Pocock’s Neo-Harringtonians:  A Reconsideration
Jesse R. Goodale I, 237

Jacob Burckhardt’s Liberal-Conservatism
R. Sigurdson XIII, 487

James and the Early Laski:  The Ambiguous Legacy of Pragmatism
J.C. Pemberton XIX, 264

James Harrington’s New Deliberative Rhetoric: Reflection of an Anticlassical Republicanism
G. Remer XVI, 532

Jansenism and Liberalism: The Making of Citizens in Post- Revolutionary France
C. Welch VII, 151

Jean Bodin, Scepticism and Absolute Sovereignty
D. Engster XVII, 469

Johann August Schlettwein and the Economic Faculty at the  University of Gießen
D. Klippel XV, 203

John Brown and the Theological Tradition of Utilitarian Ethics
James E. Crimmins IV, 523

John C. Calhoun
D.H. Rice XII, 317

John Lilburne and the Long Parliament’s Book of Declarations: A Radical’s Exploitation of the Words of Authorities
A. Sharp IX, 19

John Locke, Natural Law and Colonialism
B. Arneil XIII, 587

John Stuart Mill on Government Intervention
O. Kurer X, 457

John Stuart Mill on the French Revolution
John Coleman IV, 89

Judging in a World of Appearances: A Commentary on Hannah Arendt’s Unwritten Finale
Ronald Beiner I, 117

Juristic Origins of Social Contract, The
A. Black XIV, 57

Jury Pay and Assembly Pay at Athens
M.M. Markle III VI, 265

Justifying Tolerance
P. King X,733

Kant and the Origins of Prussian Constitutionalism
M. Levinger XIX, 241

Kant, Toennies and the Liberal Idea of Community in Early German Sociology
John Samples VIII, 245

Kant’s Judgement on Frederick’s Enlightened Absolutism
G. Cavallar XIV, 103

Kant’s Theory of Political Authority
C.L. Carr X, 719

Kant’s Two Theories of Law
Terry Hopton III, 51

Keynes and the Politics of Ideas
Wayne Parsons IV, 367

King John’s Concept of Royal Authority
R.V. Turner XVII, 157

Knox, Resistance and the Moral Imperative
Roger A. Mason I, 411

La Vergine e il Papa. Potentia Dei Absoluta and Plentitudo Postatis. Papale nel XIV Secolo
E. Randi V, 425

Land, Liberty and the Early Herbert Spencer
Hillel Steiner III, 515

Laski and British Socialism
W.H. Greenleaf II, 573

Laski on Sovereignty: Removing the Mask from Class Dominance
P. Lamb XVIII,326

Law of War, The: Grotius, Sydney, Locke and the Political Theory of Rebellion
J. Scott XIII, 565

Law, Society and the State in the Thought of Jean Bodin
David Parker II, 253

Leaving the Garden of Eden: Linguistic and Political Authority in Thomas Hobbes
P. Moloney XVIII, 242

Legacy of Jean Bodin, The: Absolutism, Populism or Constitutionalism?
J.H.M. Salmon XVII, 500

Legal Indeterminacy and the Origins of Nazi Legal Thought: The Case of Carl Schmitt
W.E. Scheuerman XVII, 571

Lenin and the Concept of the Professional Revolutionary
Robert Mayer XIV, 249

Lenin’s Reformulation of Marxism: The Colonial Question as a National Question
S. Seth XIII,99

Liberal Case for a Socialist Property Regime, The: The Contribution of François Huet
John Cunliffe XVIII, 707

Liberalism and British Idealist Political Philosophy: A Reassessment
John Morrow V, 91

Liberalism in Mendelssohn’s Jerusalem
M.L. Morgan X, 281

Liberty is Beautiful: von Humboldt’s Gift to Liberalism
Ursula Vogel III, 77

Liberty of Office and its Defence in Seventeenth-Century Political Argument
C. Condren XVIII, 460

Life of Hobbes in the Writings of Michael Oakeshott, The
I. Tregenza XVIII, 531

Localism Versus Centralism in the Webbs’ Political Thought
J. Stapleton XII, 147

Locke against Democracy: Consent, Representation and Suffrage in the Two Treatises
E.Meiksins Wood XIII, 657

Locke on Taxation and Suffrage
M. Hughes XI, 423

Locke, Levellers and Liberty: Property and Democracy in the Thought of the First Whigs
D. McNally X, 17

Locke, Natural Law and God — Again
Francis Oakley XVIII, 624

Locke, Spinoza and the Idea of Political Equality
M.H. Hoffheimer VII, 341

Locke, Taxation and Reform: A Reply to Wood
M. Hughes XIII, 691

Locke’s Political Arguments for Toleration
S. Chen XIX,167

Ludwig Feuerbach and the Political Theology of Restoration
W. Breckman XIII, 437

Lutheranism of Thomas Hobbes, The
Jurgen Overhoff XVIII, 604

Luxury and the Politics of Need and Desire: The Roman Case
C.J. Berry X, 597

Machiavellian Cosmos, The
B. Qviller XVII, 326

Machiavelli’s Road to Paradise: ‘The Exhortation to Penitence’
Paul E. Norton IV, 31

Making of an Argentine Fascist, The. Leopoldo Lugones: From Revolutionary Left to Radical Nationalism
A. Spektorowski XVII, 79

Malthus and the Secularization of Political Ideology
E.K. Heavner XVII, 408

Marx — and Engels’s ‘Outlines of a Critique of Political Economy’
Terrell Carver IV, 357

Marx and Engels on Democracracy
D. Doveton XV, 555

Marx and Engels on the Generalised Class State
Michael Levin VI, 433

Marx and Engels’s Account of Political Power: The Case of British Factory Legislation
M. Lieven IX, 505

Marx and Working-Class Consciousness
Michael Levin I, 499

Marx, Engels and the Administration of Nature
J.L. Stanley XII, 647

Marx, Engels and the Party
John Cunliffe II, 349

Marx, Marxism and the Good Society
Josheph Femia IV, 553

Marxism of George Bernard Shaw 1883-1889, The
M. Bevir XIII, 299

Marxism, Death, and Social Hypnosis: V.F. Calverton and the Old Left’s ‘Crisis of Reason’
L.I. Wilcox V, 129

Max Weber and Otto Gross: On the Relationship between Science, Politics and Eros in Wilhelmine Germany
Nicolaus Sombart VIII, 131

Meaning of ‘Demonstration’ in Hobbes’s Science, the
Donald . W Hanson XI, 587

Medieval Discussions of Property: Ratio and Dominium According to John of Paris and Marsilius of Padua
Janet Coleman IV, 209

Medieval Foundations of John Locke’s Theory of Natural Rights, The: Rights of Subsistence and the Principle of Extreme Necessity
S.G. Swanson XVIII, 399

Mediocrity versus Meritocracy: Nietzsche’s (Mis)Reading of Chamfort
R. Abbey XIX, 457

Michael Oakeshott on History, Practice and Political Theory
T.W. Smith XVII, 591

Michael Oakeshott on Life: Waiting with Godot
G. Worthington XVI, 105

Mill on Bentham: From Ideology to Humanised Utilitarianism
Brian A. Anderson IV, 341

Mill’s Autobiography as Political Theory
Eldon J. Eisenach VIII, 111

Moderate, The: Politics and Allegiances of a Revolutionary Newspaper
Jurgen Diethe IV, 247

Montesquieu and the Eighteenth-Century Vision of the State
Peter T. Manicas II, 313

Montesquieu on the Causes of Roman Greatness
R. Myers XVI, 37

Montesquieu, The Politics of Language, and the Language of Politics
M. Richter X, 71

Montesquieu’s Paradox on Freedom and Hungary’s Constitutions 1790-1990
L. Peter XVI, 77

Montesquieu’s Philosophy of Punishment
D. Carrithers XIX, 213

Montesquieu’s Politics: The Spirit of the Laws and the Problem of Modern Monarchy in Old Regime France
H.A. Ellis X, 665

Moral and Economic Improvement: Francis Hutcheson on Property
T.A. Horne VII, 115

Moral Economy of the Modern City, The: Reading Rousseau’s  Discourse on Wealth
C.E. Ellison XII, 253

Moral Science and Political Theory in Aristotle
T.H. Irwin VI, 150

Morality in Government: The Federal Bureau of Investigation in the McCarthy Period
S. Diamond VII, 167

More’s Utopia: An Interpretation of its Social Theory
L.T. Sargent V, 195

Nationalist Ideas in the Early Years of the July Monarchy: Armand Carrel and  Le National
J. Jennings XII, 497

Nation’s Debt and the Birth of the Modern Republic, The: The French Fiscal Deficit and the Politics of the Revolution of 1789 (Part I)
M. Sonenscher XVIII, 64

Nation’s Debt and the Birth of the Modern Republic, The: The French Fiscal Deficit and the Politics of the Revolution of 1789 (Part II)
M. Sonenscher XVIII, 267

Natural Freedom and Moral Autonomy: Emile as Parent, Teacher and Citizen
J. Simon XVI, 21

Nature and Artifice in Marx
P. Thomas IX, 485

Nature and Revolution in Paine’s Common Sense
J. Jr. Fruchtman X, 421

Nature of Conservative Thought, The
L. Allison IX, 379

Nederman, Gerson, Conciliar Theory and Constituionalism: Sed Contra
F. Oakley XVI, 1

Need and Egoism in Marx’s Early Writings
C.J. Berry VIII, 461

Neglected Background of Radical Liberalism, the: P.E. Dove’s Theory of Property
J. Cunliffe XI, 467

‘News from Nowhere:  The Revival Utopia’
K. Kumar XIV, 133

Nicholas of Cusa and the Tyrolese Monasteries: Reform and Resistance
M. Watanabe VII, 53

Nicolaus Sombart, ‘Max Weber and Otto Gross: On the Relationship between Science, Politics and Eros in Wilhelmine Germany’
E. Kennedy (trans) VIII, 131

Nietzsche, Plato, Heraclitus and the Pursuit of Iluminate Dwelling
K.L. Yeager XIX, 621

Night in which All Cows are Black, The: Ethical Absolutism in Plato and Hegel
G.K. Browning XII, 391

Nineteenth Century Theory of Sovereignty and Thomas Hobbes, The
M Francis I, 517

Nocturnal Council and  Platonic Political Philosophy, The
V.B. Lewis XIX, 1

Note: T.H. Green’s ‘Analysis of Hegel’
M.N. Jacubowski XIII, 339

Nouvelles Etudes Marsiliennes
Jeannine Quillet I, 391

Oakeshott’s Conceptions of Philosophy
Tariq Modood I, 315

On Aristotle’s Best State
G.L. Huxley VI, 139

On Nature and Society: Rousseau versus the Enlightenment
T.W. Luke V, 211

On Rousseau’s Social Contract: Translation and Exegisis
Timothy O’Hagan III, 245

On the ‘Complexity’ of Locke’s Thought: A Methodological Sketch
Takashi Kato II, 287

On the Political Rhetoric of Freud’s Individual Psychology
J. Brunner V, 315

On the Rhetorical Foundations of Leviathan
Conal Condren XI, 703

Origins of Natural Rights Language: Texts and Contexts, 1150-1250
B. Tierney X, 615

Origins of the Concept of the State, The
A. Harding XV, 57

Origins of the Policy Orientation: The Aesthetic Dimension in Lasswell’s Political Vision
D. Torgerson XI, 339

Our Grand Maxim of State, ‘The King Can Do No Wrong’
J. Greenberg XII, 209

Paideia for the ‘Burger als Bourgeois‘, A: The Concept of ‘Civil Society’ in Hegel’s Political Thought
James Schmidt II, 469

Paradigms Lost: Classical Athenian Politics in Modern Myth
B. Campbell X, 189

Paris and Patriotism
R. Shaver XII, 627

Parnassian Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century France: Tocqueville, Renan, Flaubert
George A. Kelly VIII, 475

Persuasion in Plato’s Laws
R.F. Stalley XV, 157

Philip Hunton’s ‘Appeasement’: Moderation and Extremism in the English Civil War
John Sanderson III, 447

Physiological Significance of the Organic Metaphor in John of Salisbury’s Policraticus
C.J. Nederman VIII, 211

Plato and Hegel: Reason, Redemption and Political Theory
G.K. Browning VIII, 377

Plato on Force: The Conflict Between his Psychology and Political Sociology and his Definition of Temperance in the Republic
D. Rice X,565

Plato on the Sophists as Teachers of Virtue
C.J. Rowe IV, 409

Plato’s Noble Lie
D. Dombrowski XVIII, 565

Plato’s Socratic Problem, and Ours
J.R. Wallach XVIII, 565

Poetics of Politics, The: Vico’s ‘Philosophy of Authority’
J. Mali X,41

Politia Regalis et Optima: The Political Ideas of John Mair
J.H. Burns II, 31

Political Economy of Jean-Baptiste Say’s Republicanism, The
R. Whatmore XIX, 439

Political Economy of Plekhanov and the Development of Backward Capitalism
M.C. Howard & J.E. King X, 329

Political Ideas of the Scottish Covenanters, The, 1638-88
Ian M. Smart I, 167

Political Ideas of the Young Engels, The, 1842-1845
Gregory Claeys VI, 455

Political Participation and Eudaimonia in Aristotle’s Politics
T. Duvall & P. Dotson XIX, 21

Political Philosophers and the Trouble with Polygamy: Patriarchal Reasoning in Modern Natural Law
U. Vogel XII, 229

Political Philosophy of Money, The
B. Goodwin VII, 537

Political Philosophy, Human Nature, the Passions
R.M. McShea VII, 205

Political Science and the Discourses of Power: Developing a Genealogy of the Political Culture Concept
T.W. Luke X, 125

Political Theory and Cultural Criticism: Towards a Theory of Cultural Politics
B.J. Macdonald XI, 509

Politicians of Athens in the Georgias and Meno
B. Calvert V, 1

Politics and the Household. A Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics Book One
William J. Booth II, 203

Politics as Culture: Hannah Arendt and the Public Realm
Margaret Canovan VI, 617

Politics in a Different Mode: An Appreciation of Michael Oakeshott, 1901–1990
D. Boucher XII, 717

Politics in Bremner’s Diderot
M.P. Masterson VIII, 345

Politics of Conflict, The: Heinrich von Treitschke and the Idea of Realpolitik
Karl H. Metz III, 269

Politics of Pretence, The: Tacitus and the Political Theory of Despotism
Roger Boesche VIII, 189

Politics of Toleration in Late Weimar: Hermann Heller’s Analysis of Fascism and Political Culture
E. Kennedy V, 109

Polybius and his Theory of  Anacyclosis — Problems of not just Ancient Political Theory
S. Podes XII, 577

Populares and Circumcelliones: the Vocabulary of ‘Fallen Man’ in Cicero and St. Augustine
N. Wood VII,33

Population and Ideology in the Enlightenment
F.G. Whelan XII, 35

Population and Ideology
J Feldman V, 361

Postmodern Return of the Social Nietzsche, The
I. Forbes XII, 167

Poverty of Indian Political Thought, The
B. Parekh XIII, 535

Pride and the Meaning of Utopia
A. Moulakis XI, 241

Private Spirit: The Prosecution of Self-Interest and Faction in Swift’s Satire
D. Eilon V, 79

Provisionality in Plato’s Ideal State
George Klosko V, 171

Ptolemy as a Source of The Prince  25
A.J. Parel XIV, 77

Pufendorf, Sociality and the Modern State
C.L. Carr & M.J. Seidler XVII, 354

Punishment in Plato’s Laws
R.F. Stalley XVII, 469

Pursuit of Philosophy
J. Tomin V, 527

Racism and Rationality in Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit
D. Moellendorf XIII, 243

‘Racism’ in Plato’s Republic
G. Klosko XII, 1

Radical Dimensions of Locke’s Political Thought, The: A Dialogic Essay on the Problems of Interpretation
R. Ashcraft XIII, 703

Radicalism in a Traditional Society: The Evaluation of Radical Thought in the English Commonwealth 1649–1660
J.C. Davis III, 193

Radicalism, Capitalism and  Historical Contexts:  Not only a Reply to Richard Ashcraft on John Locke
E.M. Wood XV, 323

Radicals, Conservatives and Moderates in Early Modern Political Thought: A Case of Sandwich Islands Syndrome?
C. Condren X, 525

Rational Persuasion in Plato’s Political Theory
George Klosko VII, 15

Rational Persuasion in Plato’s Political Theory: a Reconsideration
T. Siemsen IX, 1

Raven with a Halo, A: The Translation of Aristotle’s Politics
J. Schmidt VII, 295

Realism in the Study of the History of Ideas
Ian Shapiro III, 535

Realism of Moralism, The: The Political Philosophy of Istvan Bibo
R. Berki XIII, 513

Reason for Democracy, The
Richard D. Winfield V, 543

Rebels and Sambos in Classical Greece: A Comparative View
P.A. Cartledge VI, 16

Reconsideration Impartially Considered, A
J.G.A. Pocock I, 541

Reconstruction of Rousseau’s Fragments on the State of War
Grace Roosevelt VIII, 225

Recycling Aristotle: The Sovereignty Theory of  Richard Hooker
T. Moore XIV, 345

Reflections on Republican Socialism in Ireland: Marxian Roots and Irish Historical Dynamics
R. English XVII, 555

Rehabilitating Hobbes: Obligation, Anti-Fascism and the Myth of a ‘Taylor Thesis’
C.D. Tarlton XIX, 407

Reinhold Niebuhr and the Ethics of Realism in International Relations
P. Rich XIII,281

Reinterpretation of Aristotle’s Political Teleology, A
B. Yack XII,15

Rejoinder to review of George Lawson’s  ‘Politica’ and the English Revolution
C. Condren XII, 560

Reply to Charvet: Rousseau and the Perfectibility of Man
Robert Wokler I, 81

Republic and Politics in Machiavelli and Rousseau
M. Viroli X, 405

Republican Readings of Montesquieu: The Spirit of the Laws in the Dutch Republic
W.R.E. Velema XVIII, 43

Republicanism vs. Liberalism? A Reconsideration
J.C. Issac IX, 349

Responding to Crito: Socrates and Political Obligation
R. Bentley XVII, 1

Return of the Political, The? New French Journals in the History of Political Thought
J. Jennings XVIII, 148

Return of the Weimar, The
W. Scheuerman XIX, 484

Revolting Women. The Use of Revolutionary Discourse in Mary Astell and  Mary Wollstonecraft Compared
John McCrystal XIV, 189

Revolutionary Conclusions: The Case of the Marian Exiles
J. Dawson XI, 257

Revolutionary Festival and Rousseau’s Quest for Transparency, The
Paul Thomas XVIII, 652

Rhetoric and Opinion in the Politics of Edmund Burke
I.W. Hampsher-Monk IX, 455

Rhetoric and the Erasmian Defence of Religious Toleration
G. Remer X, 377

Richard Hooker and the Peculiarities of the English: The Reception of the Ecclesiastical Polity in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Robert Eccleshall II, 63

Richard Hooker, Hadrian Saravia, and the Advent of the Divine Right of Kings
J.P. Sommerville IV, 229

Rights and the True Ends of Life in Mao’s Political Thought
Robert A. Kocis VI, 591

Robertus Britannus, ‘On the Best Form of Commonwealth’: A Dialogue between Pierre du Chastel and Aymar Ranconet
R.W. Dyson & H. Tudor XI, 37

Roman Law and The Emperor —  the Rationale of ‘Written Reason’  in some Consilia of Oldradus da Ponte
G. Montagu XV, 1

Romania’s Marx and the National Question: Constanin Dobrogeanu- Gherea
M. Shafir V, 295

Roots of Consciousness, The
C. Dowrick V, 469

Roots of True Whiggism 1688-94, The
Mark Goldie I,195

Rousseau and Community: The Role of Moeurs in Social Change
R Fralin VII, 131

Rousseau and the Ideal of Community
John Charvet I, 69

Rousseau on Alienation and the Rights of Man
S. Moore XII, 73

Rousseau on the Political Role of the Family
J. Losco IX, 91

Rousseau, Maistre, and the Counter-Enlightenment
G. Garrard XV, 97

Rousseau’s Liberalism
L.R. Sorenson XI, 443

Rousseau’s Pufendorf: Natural Law and the Foundations of  Commercial Society
R. Wokler XV, 373

Rousseau’s Unanimous Contract and the Doctrine of Popular Sovereignty
David Rosenfeld VIII, 83

Royal Will and the Baronial Bridle, The: The Place of the Addicio de Cartis in Bractonian Political Thought
C.J. Nederman IX, 415

Rule of Law Under Siege, The: Carl Schmitt and the Death of the Weimar Republic
Bill Scheurerman XIV, 265

‘Safe Enough in his Honest and Prudence’ The Ordinary Conduct of Government in the Thought of John Locke
C. Anderson XIII, 605

Salisburian Stakes: The Users of ‘Tyranny’ in John of Salisbury’s Policraticus
K.L. Forhan XI, 397

Sallust’s Theorem: A Comment on ‘Fear’ in Western Political Thought
N. Wood XVI,174

Scepticism and Intellectual Freedom: The Philosophical Foundations of Kant’s Politics of Publicity
J.C. Laursen X, 439

Scepticism and Pluralism in Thomas Hobbes’s Political Thought
A. Lister XIX, 35

Science of a Legislator in James Mackintosh’s Moral Philosophy
K. Haakonssen V, 245

Scottish Political Economy Beyond the Civic Tradition: Government and Economic Development in the Wealth of Nations
John Robertson IV, 451

Secret History of Public Reason, The: Hobbes to Rawls
D. Ivison XVIII, 125

Self-Love and Mishanthropy: William Hazlitt on Hobbes
M. Garnett XVI, 558

Self-love, ‘Egoism’ and Ambizione in Machiavelli’s Thought
R. Price IX, 237

Sidney Webb and the Common Good: 1887-1889
C.E. Hill XIV, 591

Sinful Science? Marx’s Theory of Freedom from Thesis to Theses
G.W. Smith II, 141

Single-Mindedness of Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov
S.T. Glass VIII, 277

Sir Edward Coke and the Interpretation of Lawful Allegiance in Seventeenth-Century England
D.M. Jones VII, 321

Social Theory, Italian Style
Joseph Femia X, 345

Socialism of Herbert Spencer, The
Jeffrey Paul III, 499

Society and the Individual from the Middle Ages to Rousseau: Philosophy, Jurisprudence and Constitutional Theory
Anthony Black I, 145

Socrates and the ‘Meddlesomeness’ of the Athenians
F.G. Whelan IV, 1

Socrates’ Proposals Concerning Women: Feminism or Fantasy?
W. Soffer XVI, 157

Socrates’ Refutation of Thrasymachus
I.H. Jang XVIII, 189

Socrates’ Two Concepts of the Polis
S. Yonezawa XII, 565

Socratic Citizenship
J.R. Wallach IX, 393

Some Glosses on Ste. Croix’s ‘Greek and Roman Accounting’
R. Macve VI, 233

Sorel and the French Right
L. Wilde VII, 361

Spencer on the Ethics of Liberty and the Limits of State Interference
John N. Gray III, 465

Spencer, Herbert and the Relation Between Economic and  Political Liberty
G. Doherty & T. Gray XIV, 475

St German, Gerson, Aquinas, and Ulpian
J.H. Burns IV, 443

Stasis, or the Greek Invention of Politics
M. Berent XIX, 331

State and Popular Sovereignty in French Political Thought, The: A Genealogy of Rousseau’s ‘General Will’
Ellen M. Wood IV, 281

State as a Work of Art, The: Petrarch and His Speculum Principis (SEN. XIV, 1)
I.P. Bejczy XV, 313

Status of Politics in St. Augustine’s City of God, The
P.J. Burnell XIII, 13

Strange Liberalism of Alexis de Tocqueville, The
Roger Boesche II, 495

‘Straussian’ Interpretation of Plato’s Republic, The
George Klosko VII, 275

Substance of Politics, The
Barry Clarke III, 305

Symposium on the Work of Otto Kirchheimer at the Freie Universitat,West Berlin 13–15 November 1985
Keith Tribe VIII, 153

T.H. Green and State Action: Liquor Legislation
Peter Nicholson VI, 517

T.H. Green: The Common  Good Society
Avital Simhony XIV, 225

T.H. Green’s Theory of the Morally Justified Society
A. Simhony X, 481

Tacitus on Empire and Republic
B. Fontana XIV, 27

Taking ‘Things As They Are’: The Basis of Ludwig Feuerbach’s Objection to the Christian Religion
V.B. Hipwell XIV, 421

That Lusty Puss, The Good Old Cause
B. Taft V,447

Theory and Practice in German Social Democracy 1880–1914: Clara Zetkin and the Socialist Theory of Women’s Emancipation
Richard Evans III, 285

Thomas Hobbes and Cardinal Bellarmine: Leviathan and the ‘Ghost of the Roman Empire’
P. Springborg XVII, 503

Thomas Hobbes and the Crisis of the English Aristocracy
I. Wood I,437

Thomas Hobbes: Atheist or Enthusiast? His Place in a Restoration Debate
J.G.A. Pocock XI, 737

Thomas Starkey’s Aristocratic Reform Programme
T.F. Mayer VII, 439

Thought and Political Action in Athenian Tradition: The Emergence of the ‘Alienated’ Intellectual
B. Campbell V, 17

Thrasymachus’ Challenge
T. Siemsen VIII, 1

Thucydidean History and Democritean Theory
E.L. Hussey VI, 118

Thucydides and Hobbes’s State of Nature
George Klosko & D. Rice VI, 405

Thucydides, Hobbes and the Linear Causal Perspective
C.W. Brown X, 215

Thucydides, Hobbes, and the Derivation of Anarchy
C.W. Brown VIII, 33

Ties of Communication, The: Dewey on Ideal and Political Democracy
M. Festenstein XVIII, 104

Traditionalist Critique of Individualism in Post-Revolutionary France, The: The Case of Louis de Bonald
W.J. Reedy XVI, 49

Tragic Vision in the Political Philosophy of Nikolai Berdyaev (1874-1948), The
N. O’Sullivan XIX, 79

Translating Samuel Pufendorf. On Two New English Editions
F. Palladini XVI, 121

‘Treacherous Arts of Mankind’, The: Bernard Mandeville and Female Virtue
M.M. Goldsmith VII, 93

Trust Prudence and History: John Dunn and the Tasks of Political Theory
N. Rengger XVI, 416

Tuck on Rights: Some Medieval Problems
B. Tierney IV, 429

Übermensch’s Consort, The: Nietzsche and the ‘Eternal Feminine’
F. Appel XVIII, 512

Union as Idea, The: Tocqueville on the American Continent
D.J. Maletz XIX, 599

Unity of Plato’s Political Thought, The
T.C. Shiell XII, 377

Unity of Virtue and the Limitations of Magnesia, The
M.S. Kochin XIX, 125

Utilitarianism, Feminism and the Franchise: James Mill and his critics
Terence Ball I, 91

Utopia and Islamic Political Thought
A. Al-Azmeh XI, 360

Utopia in Reality: ‘Ideal’ Societies in Social and Political Theory
Timothy Kenyon III, 123

Utopian Communism of William Morris, The
F. Boos & W. Boos VII, 489

Utopianism in Colonial America
L.T. Sargent IV, 483

Values behind the Market: Kant’s Response to the Wealth of Nations
S. Fleischacker XVII, 379

Vattel’s Doctrine of the State
F.G. Whelan IX, 59

View from the ‘Divell’s Mountain’, The
P. Springborg XVII, 615

Virtue, Commerce and Moderation in the ‘Tale of the Troglodytes’: Montesquieu’s Persian Letters
D.A. Desserud XII, 605

‘Way of Settlement, A’: The Levellers, Monopolies and the Public Interest
A.C. Houston XIV, 381

Ways of Machiavelli and the Ways of Politics, The
M. Fleisher XVI, 330

When did Plato Abandon the Hope that Ideal Rulers Might Appear Among Human Beings?
T. Samaras XVII, 109

Who Won the Socialist Calculation Debate?
J. O’Neill XVII, 431

Why Spinoza Chose the Hebrews: The Exemplary Function of Prophecy in the  Theological-Political Treatise
M.A. Rosenthal XVIII, 207

‘Will You Hear What a Casuist He Is?’ Thomas Hobbes as Director of Conscience
Margaret Sampson XI, 721

William Morris and Anti-Parliamentarism
R. Kinna XV, 593

William of Ockham and Guido Terreni
T. Shogimen XIX, 517

Wisdom of the Many, The: An Analysis of the Arguments of Books III and IV of Aristotle’s Politics
J.T. Bookman XIII, 1

Word ‘Liberty’ on the Chains of Galley-Slaves, The: Bosanquet’s Theory of the General Will
I. Primoratz XV, 249

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