The latest issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas, volume 79, number 3 (July 2018), is now available in print, and online at Project Muse. In the coming weeks, we will be featuring companion pieces by many of the authors in this issue, as well as—by special arrangement with the University of Pennsylvania Press—Udi Greenberg and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins’s introduction to the special forum on Christianity and human rights in full.
The table of contents is as follows:
Pasquale Terracciano, “The Origen of Pico’s Kabbalah: Esoteric Wisdom and the Dignity of Man,” 343–361.
Matthew Rukgaber, “Immaterial Spirits and the Reform of First Philosophy: The Compatibility of Kant’s pre-Critical Metaphysics with the Arguments in Dreams of a Spirit-Seer,” 363–383.
Fons Dewulf, “Revisiting Hempel’s 1942 Contribution to the Philosophy of History,” 385–406.
Udi Greenberg and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, “Introduction: Special Forum on Christianity and Human Rights,” 407–409.
Dan Edelstein, “Christian Human Rights in the French Revolution,” 411–426.
Gene Zubovich, “American Protestants and the Era of Anti-racist Human Rights,” 427–443.
Sarah Shortall, “Theology and the Politics of Christian Human Rights,” 445–460.
Udi Greenberg, “Catholics, Protestants, and the Tortured Path to Religious Liberty,” 461–479.
Paul Hanebrink, “An Anti-totalitarian Saint: The Canonization of Edith Stein,” 481–495.
“Books Received,” 497–499.
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