Modern Intellectual History Vol. 16, no. 2

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The August issue of Modern Intellectual History is now available, featuring a forum on James Kloppenburg's Toward Democracy: The Struggle for Self-Rule in European and American Thought. 

PASCAL AND MELANCHOLY by Chad A. Córdova

INFIDELS IN ENGLISH LEGAL THOUGHT: CONQUEST, COMMERCE AND SLAVERY IN THE COMMON LAW FROM COKE TO MANSFIELD, 1603-1793 by Edward Cavanagh

THE GODFATHER OF "OCCIDENTALITY":  AUGUSTE COMTE AND THE IDEA OF "THE WEST"  by Georgios Varouxakis

BLESSETH HIM THAT GIVES AND NOT HIM THAT TAKES: BUṬRUS AL-BUSTĀNĪ AND THE MERCY OF DEBT by Nadia Bou Ali

RECASTING BOURGEOIS PSYCHOANALYSIS: EDUCATION, AUTHORITY, AND THE POLITICS OF ANALYTIC THERAPY IN THE FREUDIAN REVISION OF 1918 by Phillip J. Henry

THE ORIGINS OF ADORNO'S PSYCHO-SOCIAL DIALECTIC: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND NEO-KANTIANISM IN THE YOUNG ADORNO by Brandon Bloch

GEORGE PADMORE AND THE SOVIET MODEL OF THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH by Theo Williams

DEMOCRACY AND EXPERTISE IN THE LIPMANN-TERMAN CONTROVERSY by Tom Arnold-Forster

 

Forum on James Kloppenberg's Toward Democracy

THE COMMITMENTS OF DEMOCRACY by Daniel T. Rodgers

DEMOCRATIC VISTAS by Caroline Winterer

THE ETHOS OF DEMOCRACY by Annelien De Dijn

DEMOCRACY AS IDEAL AND DEMOCRACY AS STRUGGLE by Richard Bourke

THE RECEDING HORIZON OF DEMOCRACY by James T. Kloppenberg

 

Review Essays

FORTY YEARS FROM WINGSPREAD: THE TRANSFORMATION OF AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY by Thomas Bender

WHAT KIND OF HISTORY IS THE HISTORY OF THE SELF? NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM THE HISTORY OF MIND AND BRAIN MEDICINE by Nima Bassiri

WHERE'S WALDO? by Albert J. Von Frank

 

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