The new issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas (April 2022, 83.2) is now live on Project MUSE.
Over the coming weeks, we will publish short interviews with some of the authors featured in this issue about the historical and historiographical context of their respective essays. Look out for these conversations under the rubric Broadly Speaking.
Tomás Antonio Valle, Eilhard Lubin, Academic Unorthodoxy, and the Dynamics of Confessional Intellectual Cultures, pp. 181-206
Stefania Tutino, The Mystery of Mount Vesuvius’s Crosses: Belief, Credulity, and Credibility in Post-Reformation Catholicism, pp. 207-227
Isaiah Lorado Wilner, Body Knowledge, Part II: Motion, Memory, and the Mythology of Modernity, pp. 229-255
Niklas Olsen and Quinn Slobodian, Locating Ludwig von Mises: Introduction, pp. 257-267
William Callison, The Politics of Rationality in Early Neoliberalism: Max Weber, Ludwig von Mises, and the Socialist Calculation Debate, pp. 269-291
Joshua Rahtz, Two Types of Separation: Ludwig von Mises and German Neoliberalism, pp. 293-313
Jacob Jensen, Repurposing Mises: Murray Rothbard and the Birth of Anarchocapitalism, pp. 315-332
Isabella M. Weber, Neoliberal Economic Thinking and the Quest for Rational Socialism in China: Ludwig von Mises and the Market Reform Debate, pp. 333-356 [OPEN ACCESS]
Notices, pp. 357-359