bookseries Ideas in context

Ideas in context

1.    Richard Rorty, J. B. Schneewind, and Quentin Skinner (eds.)
Philosophy in History, Essays on the Historiography of Philosophy
Cambridge, New York, 1984
 
2.    J.G.A. Pocock
Virtue, Commerce and History, Essays on Political thought and history, chiefly in the Eighteenth Century
Cambridge, 1985
 
3.    M.M. Goldsmith
Private Vices, Public Benefits, Bernard Mandeville's social and political thought
Cambridge, 1985
 
4.    Anthony Pagden (ed.)
The Languages of Political Theory in Early Modern Europe
Cambridge, 1987
 
5.    David Summers
The Judgment of Sense, Renaissance naturalism and the rise of aesthetics
Cambridge, 1987
 
6.    Laurence Dickey
Hegel, Religion, Economics, and the Politics of Spirit, 1770 - 1807
Cambridge, 1987
 
7.    Margo Todd
Christian Humanism and the Puritan Social Order
Cambridge, 1987
 
8.    Lynn Sumida Joy
Gassendi the Atomist, Advocate of history in an age of science
Cambridge, 1987
 
9.    Edmund Leites (ed.)
Conscience and Casuistry in Early Modern Europe
Cambridge, 1988
 
10.    Wolf Lepenies
Between Literature and Science, The Rise of Sociology
Cambridge, New York, 1988
 
11.    Terence Ball, James Farr, Russell L. Hanson (eds.)
Political Innovation and Conceptual Change
Cambridge, New York, 1989
 
12.    Gerd Gigerenzer et al.
The Empire of Chance, How Probability Changed Science and Everyday Life
Cambridge, 1989
 
13.    Peter Novick
That Noble Dream, The "objectivity question" and the American historical profession
Cambridge, 1988
 
14.    David Lieberman
The Province of Legislation Determined, Legal theory in eighteenth century Britain
Cambridge, 1989
 
15.    Daniel Pick
Faces of Degeneration, A European disorder, c. 1848 - c. 1918
Cambridge, 1989
 
16.    Keith Michael Baker
Inventing the French Revolution, Essays on French political culture in the eighteenth century
Cambridge, 1990
 
17.    Ian Hacking
The Taming of Chance
Cambridge, 1990
 
18.    Gisela Bock, Quentin Skinner and Maurizio Viroli (eds.)
Machiavelli and Republicanism
Cambridge, 1990
 
19.    Dorothy Ross
The Origins of American Social Science
Cambridge, 1991
 
20.    Klaus Christian Köhnke
The Rise of Neo-Kantianism, German Academmic Philosophy between Idealism and Positivism
Cambridge, 1991
 
21.    Ian Maclean
Interpretation and Meaning in the Renaissance, The Case of Law
Cambridge, 1992
 
22.    Maurizio Viroli
From Politics to Reason of State , The Acquisition and Transformation of the Language of Politics 1250 - 1600
Cambridge, 1992
 
23.    Martin van Gelderen
The Political Thought of the Dutch Revolt, 1555 - 1590
Cambridge, 1992
 
24.    Nicholas Phillipson and Quentin Skinner (eds.)
Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain
Cambridge, New York, 1993
 
25.    James Tully
An Approach to Political Philosophy, Locke in Contexts
Cambridge, 1993
 
26.    Richard Tuck
Philosophy and Government 1572 - 1651
Cambridge, 1993
 
27.    Richard Yeo
Defining Science, William Whewell, Natural Knowledge, and Public Debate in Early Victorian Britain
Cambridge, 1993
 
28.    Martin Warnke
The Court Artist, On the Ancestry of the Modern Artist
Cambridge, 1993
 
29.    Peter N. Miller
Defining the Common Good, Empire, Religion, and Philosophy in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Cambridge, 1994
 
30.    Christopher J. Berry
The Idea of Luxury, A Conceptual and Historical Investigation
Cambridge, 1994
 
31.    E.G. Hundert
The Enlightenment's Fable, Bernard Mandeville and the Discovery of Society
Cambridge, 1994
 
32.    Julia Stapleton
Englishness and the Study of Politics, The Social and Political Thought of Ernest Barker
Cambridge, 1994
 
33.    Keith Tribe
Strategies of Economic Order, German Economic Discourse, 1750 - 1950
Cambridge, 1995
 
34.    Sachiko Kusukawa
The Transformation of Natural Philosophy, The Case of Philip Melanchthon
Cambridge, 1995
 
35.    David Armitage, Armand Himy and Quentin Skinner (eds.)
Milton and Republicanism
Cambridge, 1995
 
36.    Markku Peltonen
Classical Humanism and Republicanism in English Political Thought, 1570-1640
Cambridge, 1995
 
37.    Philip Ironside
The Social and Political Thought of Bertrand Russell, The Development of an Aristocratic Liberalism
Cambridge, 1996
 
38.    Nancy Cartwright, Jordi Cat, Lola Fleck and Thomas E. Uebel
Otto Neurath, Philosophy Between Science and Politics
Cambridge, 1996
 
39.    Donald Winch
Riches and Poverty, An Intellectual History of Political Economy in Britain, 1750 - 1834
Cambridge, 1996
 
40.    Jennifer Platt
A History of Sociological Research Methods in America, 1920 - 1960
Cambridge, 1996
 
41.    Knud Haakonssen (ed.)
Enlightenment and Religion, Rational Dissent in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Cambridge, 1996
 
42.    G.E.R. Lloyd
Adversaries and Authorities, Investigations into Ancient Greek and Chinese Science
Cambridge, 1996
 
43.    Rolf Lindner
The Reportage of Urban Culture, Robert Park and the Chicago School
Cambridge, 1996
 
44.    Annabel S. Brett
Liberty, Right and Nature, Individual Rights in Later Scholastic Thought
Cambridge, 1997
 
45.    Stewart J. Brown (ed.)
William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire
Cambridge, 1997
 
46.    Helena Rosenblatt
Rousseau and Geneva, From the First Discourse to the Social Contract, 1749 - 1762
Cambridge, 1997
 
47.    David Runciman
Pluralism and the Personality of the State
Cambridge, 1997
 
48.    Annabel Patterson
Early Modern Liberalism
Cambridge, 1997
 
49.    David Weinstein
Equal Freedom and Utility, Herbert Spencer's Liberal Utilitarianism
Cambridge, 1998
 
50.    Yun Lee Too and Niall Livingstone (eds.)
Pedagogy and Power, Rhetorics of Classical Learning
Cambridge, 1998
 
51.    Reviel Netz
The Shaping of Deduction in Greek Mathematics, A Study in Cognitive History
Cambridge, 1999
 
52.    Mary Morgan and Margaret Morrison (eds.)
Models as Mediators, Perspectives on Natural and Social Science
Cambridge, 1999
 
53.    Joel Michell
Measurement in Psychology, A Critical History of a Methodological Concept
Cambridge, 1999
 
54.    Richard A. Primus
The American Language of Rights
Cambridge, 1999
 
55.    Robert Alun Jones
The Development of Durkheim's Social Realism
Cambridge, 1999
 
56.    Anne N. McLaren
Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I, Queen and Commonwealth 1558 - 1585
Cambridge, 1999
 
57.    James Hankins (ed.)
Renaissance Civic Humanism, Reappraisals and Reflections
Cambridge, 2000
 
58.    T.J. Hochstrasser
Natural Law Theories in the Early Enlightenment
Cambridge, 2000
 
59.    David Armitage
The Ideological Origins of the British Empire
Cambridge, 2000
 
60.    Ian Hunter
Rival Enlightenments, Civil and Metaphysical Philosophy in Early Modern Germany
Cambridge, 2001
 
61.    Dario Castiglione and Iain Hampsher-Monk (eds.)
The History of Political Thought in National Context
Cambridge, 2001
 
62.    Ian Maclean
Logic, Signs and Nature in the Renaissance
Cambridge, 2002
 
63.    Peter Mack
Elizabethan Rhetoric, Theory and Practice
Cambridge, 2002
 
64.    G.E.R. Lloyd
The Ambitions of Curiosity, Understanding the World in Ancient Greece and China
Cambridge, 2002
 
65.    Markku Peltonen
The Duel in Early Modern England, Civility, Politeness and Honour
Cambridge, 2003
 
66.    Adam Sutcliffe
Judaism and Enlightenment
Cambridge, 2003
 
67.    Andrew Fitzmaurice
Humanism and America, An Intellectual History of English Colonisation, 1500 - 1625
Cambridge, 2003
 
68.    Pierre Force
Self-Interest before Adam Smith, A Genealogy of Economic Science
Cambridge, 2003
 
69.    Eric Nelson
The Greek Tradition in Republican Thought
Cambridge, 2004
 
70.    Harro Höpfl
Jesuit Political Thought, The Society of Jesus and the State, c. 1540 - 1630
Cambridge, 2004
 
71.    Mikael Hörnqvist
Machiavelli and Empire
Cambridge, 2004
 
72.    David Colclough
Freedom of Speech in Early Stuart England
Cambridge, 2005
 
73.    John Robertson
The Case for the Enlightenment, Scotland and Naples 1680 - 1760
Cambridge, 2005
 
74.    Daniel Carey
Locke, Shaftesbury, and Hutcheson, Contesting Diversity in the Enlightenment and Beyond
Cambridge, 2006
 
75.    Alan Cromartie
The constitutionalist revolution, An essay on the history of England, 1450 - 1642
Cambridge, 2006
 
76.    Hannah Dawson
Locke, Language and Early-Modern Philosophy
Cambridge, 2007
 
77.    Conal Condren et al. (eds.)
The Philosopher in Early Modern Europe, The Nature of a Contested Identity
Cambridge, 2006
 
78.    Angus Gowland
The Worlds of Renaissance Melancholy, Robert Burton in Context
Cambridge, 2006
 
79.    Peter Stacey
Roman Monarchy and the Renaissance Prince
Cambridge, 2007
 
81.    David Leopold
The Young Karl Marx, German Philosophy, Modern Politics, and Human Flourishing
Cambridge, 2007
 
82.    Jon Parkin
Taming the Leviathan, The Reception of the Political and Religious Ideas of Thomas Hobbes in England 1640-1700
Cambridge, 2007
 
83.    D. Weinstein
Utilitarianism and the New Liberalism
Cambridge, 2007
 
85.    Boris Wiseman
Levi-Strauss, Anthropology, and Aesthetics
Cambridge, 2007
 
88.    Christian J. Emden
Friedrich Nietzsche and the Politics of History
Cambridge, 2008
 
89.    Annelien De Dijn
French Political Thought from Montesquieu to Tocqueville, Liberty in a Levelled Society?
Cambridge, 2008
 
90.    Peter Garnsey
Thinking about Property, From Antiquity to the Age of Revolution
Cambridge, 2007