JHI 77:1 available

FullSizeRender (4)We’re pleased to note that the January 2016 issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas (volume 76 issue 1) is available in print. As you’ll see from the table of contents, the articles in this issue include Peter T. Struck’s 2013 Arthur O. Lovejoy Lecture on “A Cognitive History of Divination in Ancient Greece” and several articles from a symposium on J. G. A. Pocock’s Barbarism and Religion. The contents include:

Journal of the History of Ideas, Volume 77, Number 1, January 2016

Peter T. Struck, “A Cognitive History of Divination in Ancient Greece,” pp. 1 – 26.

Brad Bannon, “President Edwards and the Sage of Highgate: Determinism, Depravity, and the Supernatural Will,” pp. 27 – 48.

Matthew S. Adams, “Formulating an Anarchist Sociology: Peter Kropotkin’s Reading of Herbert Spencer,” pp. 49 – 74.

Stefan Nygård and Johan Strang, “Facing Asymmetry: Nordic Intellectuals and Center-Periphery Dynamics in European Cultural Space,” pp. 75 – 98.

Richard Wolin, “Symposium on J. G. A. Pocock’s Barbarism and Religion: Introduction,” pp. 99 – 106.

Jonathan Israel, “J. G. A. Pocock and the ‘Language of Enlightenment’ in His Barbarism and Religion,” pp. 107 – 128.

Pierre Force, “The ‘Exasperating Predecessor’: Pocock on Gibbon and Voltaire,” pp. 129 – 146.

Helena Rosenblatt, “On Context and Meaning in Pocock’s Barbarism and Religion, and on Gibbon’s ‘Protestantism’ in His Chapters on Religion,” pp. 147 – 156.

J. G. A. Pocock, “Response and Commentary,” pp. 157 – 172.

JHI contributors are always welcome to be in touch about writing JHIBlog posts related in some way to their articles. The articles will be online shortly on Project Muse’s JHI site. If you are currently a subscriber, you can access the articles online here. If you’d like to receive your own print copy (and support the excellent work that our friends at the Journal do), consider subscribing!

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