New Book: "Tocqueville, Democracy, and Religion: Checks and Balances for Democratic Souls" by Oxford University Press. From the blurb: More than a study of Tocqueville on religion in democratic society, this volume offers us a re-interpretation of Tocqueville as a moralist and a student of human nature in democratic society; a thinker whose new political science was in the service of a new moral science aimed at encouraging democratic people to attain greatness as human beings. Tocqueville, Democracy, and Religion gives us a new Tocqueville for the twenty-first century.
H-IDEAS is a network for scholarly collaboration on the history of ideas, broadly defined.
The Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem is glad to announce the publication of two special issues of Chidushim - Studies in the History of German and Central European Jewry, volume 17, issues 1 and 2 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Martin Buber's death (in Hebrew).
Call for registration
Heidegger and Science: Contemporary Dialogues in the Philosophy of Science
Registration is now open for the Heidegger and Science workshop on Friday 25th September, Durham University. Registration is £5 and includes lunch on the day as well as tea and coffee.
To register please follow this link: https://www.dur.ac.uk/conference.booking/details/?id=501
Deadline for registration is Monday 21st September.
The Eighteenth International Conference, “New Political Science,” and a special philosophy colloquium, will be held at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba and the University of Havana from November 17 to November 20, 2015.
We are delighted to announce the launch of the first issue of Critical Studies and the call for papers for our next volume.