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This article challenges the common view that philosophical analysis of the phenomenon of conscience begins with medieval philosophers. Just as Jeromeâs Commentary on Ezekiel furnished the medieval schoolmen with a common text, vocabulary, and philosophical concerns, so Euripidesâs Orestes...
Recent assessments of the historiography of ancient Greek colonization have generally focused on its development in the context of European imperialism. Such studies have often overlooked a second tradition that evolved among Italian scholars and that differed from the âhellenizationâ...
In examining the potentially lawless core of Vitoriaâs ideas of sovereignty, I argue that Vitoria traces civil sovereignty to his concept of a fourth dominium (obligatio-dominium), originating in mankindâs first marriage and embodying bivalent legal and moral values. Vitoriaâs...
The elucidation of Francis Baconâs new approach to nature calls for constant comparison with Aristotleâs terminology, the common starting point for Bacon and his contemporaries. What Bacon called âthe violence of impedimentsâ is only understandable in relation to Aristotleâs technical...
The following article examines Sir John Daviesâs treatise A Discovery of the True Causes Why Ireland Was Never Entirely Subdued [and] Brought Under Obedience of the Crown of England Until the Beginning of His Majesty's Happy Reign (Dublin, 1612) with regard to the idea of an Agrarian Law...
The ideological impact of Ãmile Durkheim on Turkish political and social thought has long been analyzed within the framework of Ziya GÃ¶kalpâs nationalist thought. This article seeks to show that there were also liberal followers of Durkheim as seen in the works of particularly Ahmet...
Resistance to modernization narratives that associate the Enlightenment with religionâs demise continues unabated. One approach, exemplified in recent books by David Sorkin, Jeffrey Burson, and Ulrich Lehner, has been to defend religionâs place in the Enlightenment, and by extension...
Announcement of the Morris D. Forkosch book prize competition. Announcement of the Selma V. Forkosch prize for the best article published in the Journal of the History of Ideas.
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