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Lectures in Intellectual History

Recordings from the popular public lecture series featuring new work on all aspects of intellectual history. Hosted by the Institute of Intellectual History at the University of St Andrews.

info_outline David Armitage - The Dark Side of Enlightened Cosmopolitanism: Civilisation and Civil War 03/14/2018
info_outline Richard Whatmore - Scotland, Europe and the End of Enlightenment 11/22/2017
info_outline Janet Coleman - Reflections on the Self Itself: in antiquity, the Middle Ages, and what happened next? 11/06/2017
info_outline Lynette Mitchell - Monarchs in democracy 10/17/2017
info_outline Karl Marx and the Emergence of Social Democracy 09/19/2017
info_outline Susan Manly - Maria Edgeworth as political thinker: government, rebellion and punishment 04/25/2017
info_outline Sophie Page - Cosmology and Ritual Magic in the Late Middle Ages 04/18/2017
info_outline Caroline Humfress - Natural law and casuistic reasoning in Roman jurisprudence 04/11/2017
info_outline Phil Connell - Wordsworth’s “Sonnets Dedicated to Liberty” (1802-3) and the British Revolutionary Past 04/04/2017
info_outline Rory Cox - Just War Doctrine in Ancient Egypt 03/28/2017
info_outline David D’Avray - How to do intellectual history 03/07/2017
info_outline Tom Jones - George Berkeley in Livorno: Missionary Anglicanism and Commerce 02/07/2017
info_outline Katrina Forrester - The Origins of Contemporary Liberal Theory Revisited 01/23/2017
info_outline Michael Sonenscher - Hobbes, Rousseau and Democratic Politics 11/29/2016
info_outline Steve Rigby - Marxism and the Middle Ages 11/15/2016
info_outline Kleanthis Mantzouranis - Aristotle on the Ethics of Wealth 11/01/2016
info_outline Milos Vec - The 'Family of Nations': A rhetorical figure and its ideology 10/10/2016
info_outline Aaron Garrett - Moral Knowledge and the Decline of the Grotian Programme 09/27/2016
info_outline Anthony Black - How to Plan a Global History of Political Thought 09/20/2016
info_outline Rachel Hammersley - The Republican Theorist as Royal Servant: James Harrington's Civil War 09/13/2016
info_outline Eric Nelson - Barons' Wars, under other names: Magna Carta, Royalism, and the American Founding 09/13/2016
info_outline Quentin Skinner - A genealogy of liberty 05/04/2016
info_outline Laszlo Kontler - The Enlightenment Narrative in the Age of Liberal Reform: William Robertson in Hungary 04/05/2016
info_outline Mark Elliott - The contribution of the history of exegesis to the history of ideas 03/08/2016
info_outline Béla Kapossy - Liberty before neo-Roman republicanism: Haller’s restoration of political science 02/02/2016
info_outline Dimitris Kastritsis - The Alexander Romance and the Birth of the Ottoman Empire 01/26/2016
info_outline Christian Maurer - The Forgotten Range of Defences of Sociability: Hutcheson and Campbell on Hobbes 12/02/2015
info_outline Jane Judge - Ce que nous allons devenir. Belgian national identity in eighteenth-century revolution 11/10/2015
info_outline John Dunn - Why We Need a Global History of Political Thought 11/04/2015
info_outline Ian Hunter - The History of Dialectical History: The Case of International Law 10/30/2015
 
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