The latest issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas, volume 80, number 1 (January 2019), is now available in print, and online at Project Muse. The table of contents is as follows:
Spencer J. Weinreich, “Hagiography by the Book: Bibliomancy and Early Modern Cultures of Compilation in Francisco Zumel’s De vitis patrum (1588),” 1–23.
Zach Bates, “The Idea of Royal Empire and the Imperial Crown of England, 1542–1698,” 25–46.
Sophie Nicholls, “Sovereignty and Government in Jean Bodin’s Six Livres de la République (1576),” 47–66.
Peter E. Gordon, “Introduction: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Hans Blumenberg’s The Legitimacy of the Modern Age,” 67–73.
Daniel Weidner, “The History of Dogma and the Story of Modernity: The Modern Age as ‘Second Overcoming of Gnosticism’,” 75–90.
Daniela K. Helbig, “Life without Toothache: Hans Blumenberg’s Zettelkasten and History of Science as Theoretical Attitude,” 91–112.
Willem Styfhals, “Modernity as Theodicy: Odo Marquard Reads Hans Blumenberg’s The Legitimacy of the Modern Age,” 113–131.
Jean-Claude Monod, “Archives, Thresholds, Discontinuities: Blumenberg and Foucault on Historical Substantialism and the Phenomenology of History,” 133–146.
Peter E. Gordon, “Secularization, Genealogy, and the Legitimacy of the Modern Age: Remarks on the Löwith-Blumenberg Debate,” 147–170.
“Books Received,” 171–175.
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