AN EGALITARIAN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

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Last updated 20 June 2024

 

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Contents

 

FIGURES

ARENDT

Arendt: main works

Arendt: commentaries and collections

Arendt and agonism

Arendt and republicanism

ARISTOTLE

Aristotle's political thought: texts

Aristotle's political thought: background

Aristotle's political thought: introductions

Aristotle's political thought: collections

Aristotle's political thought: fuller studies

Aristotle on friendship

Aristotle on civic friendship and concord (homonoia)

Relation between Aristotle's ethics and politics

Aristotle: function argument; human nature and ethics

Aristotle on human nature and the state

Aristotle on the common good

Aristotle on justice and equality

Aristotle on the best constitution

Aristotle on rights and natural law

Aristotle on property

Aristotle and slavery

Aristotle and economics

BATAILLE

Bataille: texts

BENTHAM

Bentham: short introductions

Bentham: longer introductions

Bentham on Common Law

Bentham on natural rights

Bentham on utilitarianism

Bentham on democracy and his 'political radicalism'

Bentham and the Panopticon

BUDDHISM AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Buddhist philosophy

Non-self theory

Buddhist ethics

Buddhist political philosophy

Buddhism and human rights

DERRIDA

Derrida's social and political thought: texts

Derrida's social and political thought: texts

DU BOIS

Du Bois: texts

Du Bois: commentary

Double consciousness in Dubois

Dubois and Hegel

Black Reconstruction

Dubois and Marx

Dubois and colonialism, Dubois and cosmopolitanism

Dubois and pan-Africanism

FANON

Fanon: texts

Fanon and Hegel

Fanon and Marx

Fanon and existentialism, Fanon and phenomenology

Fanon and Sartre

FICHTE

FOUCAULT

Foucault on power and subjectification / subjectivation

Foucault on enlightenment

Foucault on neoliberalism and governmentality

Foucauldian ethics and political philosophy

GREEN, T.H

Green: texts

Green: commentary

GROTIUS

Grotius: texts

Grotius's theory of natural law

Grotius's international theory

HABERMAS

Habermas: introductions

Habermas on postmetaphysical thinking

Habermas and human nature

Habermas's discourse ethics

Habermas on recognition

Habermas on solidarity

Habermas on deliberative democracy

Habermas on law and democracy

Habermas: communicative freedom

Habermas and multiculturalism

Habermas and constitutional patriotism

Habermas and Rawls

Habermas's international theory

Neoliberalism: texts

Neoliberalism: histories

Hayek: texts

Introductions

Collections

General commentaries

Hayek on the market and catallaxy

Hayek on law

Hayek on liberty

Hayek's evolutionism, epistemology, critique of constructivism and socialism

Left critiques of Hayek and neo-liberalism

HEGEL

HOBBES

Hobbes: texts

Hobbes: introductions

Hobbes: alternative introductions

Hobbes: collections of articles

Hobbes: more advanced works

Hobbes: influential interpretations

Hobbes' historical context

Hobbes, natural law theory and Aristotle

Hobbes on human psychology and the state of nature

Hobbes and the public goods justification of the state

Hobbes on natural rights and laws of nature

Hobbes and political obligation: general

Hobbes and political obligation: criteria for a state to be legitimate

Hobbes on self-preservation, the right of self-defence and the right of resistance

Hobbes on representation, authorisation and democracy

Hobbes on the personhood of the state

Hobbes and freedom

Hobbes and utopianism

Hobbes's method

Hobbes and international relations

Hobbes and feminism

HONNETH

Honneth: texts

Honneth: commentaries

Honneth on recognition

Honneth's epistemology of injustice

Honneth on social justice

Honneth on social pathology

Honneth on orders of recognition and historical progress

Honneth on recognition and ideology

Honneth on recognition and power

Honneth on normative reconstruction

Honneth and capitalism: general

Honneth and capitalism: social freedom

Honneth and socialism

Honneth on Hegel

Honneth and Marx

Honneth and Lukács

Honneth and critical theory

HUME

Hume's political and legal philosophy: texts

Hume's political and legal philosophy: commentaries

Hume on justice and artificial virtues and convention

Hume on social contract

Hume on government and allegiance

Hume on history

KANT

Kant and self-consciousness

Kant and self-consciousness: impersonal interpretations

Kant and Spinoza

Political content of Kant's three critiques

Kant's ethics: texts

Kant's ethics: introductions

Kant's ethics: commentaries

Kant's ethics: collections of essays

Kant's ethics and constructivism and constitutivism

Derivation of morality from rationality or freedom in Kant, the reciprocity thesis

Formula of universal law in Kant

Formula of humanity in Kant, respect and self-respect in Kant

Happiness and well-being in Kant

Sympathy and duty of beneficence in Kant

Formula of autonomy, and the relation between the formulas, in Kant

Kant and free will and spontaneity

Autonomy of the will in Kant

Kingdom of ends in Kant

Highest good in Kant

Community in Kant: general

Community in Kant: ethical community

Kant and perfectionism

Kant's political philosophy: texts

Kant's political philosophy: introductions

Kant's political philosophy: more advanced studies

Kant's political philosophy: collections

Kant's political philosophy and constructivism and constitutivism

Universal principle of right in Kant

Innate right to freedom in Kant

Kant and social contract, general will and consent

Kant and property

Kant and the market and labour

Kant and citizenship and civil independence

Kant and social justice, poverty and welfare

Kantian socialism and egalitarianism: 1870s-1920s

Kantian socialism and egalitarianism: in recent thought

Public reason in Kant

Kant and revolution

Kant's international theory

Kant and colonialism

Kant and Eurocentrism

Kant's philosophy of history: texts

Kant's philosophy of history: commentary

Kant's anthropology

Kant and race

Black and anti-racist Kantianism

Kant and feminism

KROPOTKIN

Kropotkin: texts

LEIBNIZ

Leibniz's political philosophy: texts

Leibniz's political philosophy: commentary

LEVINAS

Levinas's social and political thought: texts

Levinas's social and political thought: commentary

LOCKE

Locke's political philosophy: texts

Locke's political philosophy: introductions

Locke's political philosophy: fuller treatments

Locke's political philosophy as ideology

Locke on natural law, natural rights, and the state of nature

Self-ownership and property in Locke

Locke on political legitimacy

Locke on democracy

Locke on political obligation

Locke on trusteeship

Locke on the right of rebellion

Locke on democracy and property-ownership

MARX

MEAD

Mead: texts (especially on social formation of the self)

Mead: introductions

Mead: general commentary

Mead on the self

Mead on social order and social explanation

Mead's political thought

Mead and collective action

Mead and Blumer

Mead and Marx

Mead and the Frankfurt School

MILL

Mill on liberty: texts

Mill: short introductions

Mill: longer introductions

Mill's political theory as a whole

Mill and feminism

Mill on liberty: introductions

Mill on liberty: collections

Mill on liberty: commentaries

Mill's justification for the principle of liberty

Mill and the self-regarding/other-regarding distinction

Paternalism and self-harm

Toleration and legal moralism

Mill's socialism

NANCY

Nancy: texts

Nancy: commentaries

NOZICK

Nozick: text

Nozick: introductions

Nozick: fuller treatments

Nozick: collections

Nozick's foundations for natural rights

Nozick on natural property rights

Nozick's entitlement theory of justice (the principles of transfer and rectification)

Nozick's entitlement theory and freedom

Nozick's freedom-based critique of distributive justice (Wilt Chamberlain argument)

PUFENDORF

Pufendorf: texts

Pufendorf: introductions

Pufendorf: commentaries

Pufendorf on natural law and the state of nature

Pufendorf on property

Pufendorf on the state and political authority

Pufendorf, Hobbes and Locke

RAWLS

Rawls: texts

Rawls: short introductions

Rawls: book-length introductions

Rawls: commentaries

Rawls: collections

Reflective equilibrium in Rawls

Rawls and utilitarianism

Original position in Rawls

Veil of ignorance reasoning

Veil of ignorance in Dworkin and inequalities in natural goods

Rawls and Kant, Rawls and constructivism

Public reason in Rawls: texts

Public reason in Rawls: as condition for legitimate power

Public reason in Rawls: as basis for principles of justice

Public reason in Rawls: as basis for state neutrality

Public reason in Rawls: reasonableness

Public reason in Rawls: religion

Political liberalism and overlapping consensus in Rawls

Rawls and modus vivendi

Rawls and communitarianism

Primary goods in Rawls

Well-ordered society in Rawls

Principle of liberty in Rawls

Principle of fair equality of opportunity in Rawls

Difference principle in Rawls: derivation

Difference principle in Rawls: natural talents

Civic friendship and community in Rawls

Rawls and stability, Rawls and the sense of justice

Rawls and self-respect, Rawls and recognition

Rawls and work

Rawls and Rousseau

Rawls and Hegel

Rawls: left critiques

Rawls and inequality and envy

Property-owning democracy and welfare-state capitalism in Rawls

Rawls and socialism

Cohen's critique of Rawls

Rawls and Marx

Rawls and Aristotle

Rawls and the self

Rawls and intergenerational justice

Rawls's international theory: texts

Rawls's international theory: commentary

Rawls's international theory: intervention vs. sovereignty

Rawls and feminism

Rawls and feminism: neutrality

Rawls and race

Ideal and nonideal theory

Rawls's historical context

Rawls and the role of political philosophy

Rawls and discrimination

Rawls and egalitarianism

Rawls and Hegel

Rawls and Habermas

Rawls and Marx

Rawls and realism in political philosophy

RORTY

Rorty (texts)

Rorty (commentary)

Rorty's political philosophy and ethics, the political implications of Rorty's pragmatism

ROUSSEAU

Rousseau: texts

Rousseau: collected editions:

Rousseau's social and political thought: introductions

Rousseau's social and political thought: fuller treatments

Historically influential views of Rousseau's thought

Rousseau: biographies

Discourse on Inequality

Rousseau's historical anthropology

Pity and compassion in Rousseau

Amour-propre: general

Amour-propre: narrow interpretations

Amour-propre: wide interpretations

Rousseau and alienation

Rousseau and recognition

Rousseau and property and commercial society

General will, popular sovereignty and common good in Rousseau

Rousseau and freedom

Rousseau: the 'social autonomy' interpretation

Rousseau and political obligation

Rousseau and political legitimacy

Rousseau and natural law

Rousseau and republicanism

Civic virtue, the 'remarkable change in man' and the legislator

Rousseau and Hobbes

Rousseau and educational theory (Emile)

Rousseau's political thought: other topics

Rousseau and religion

Rousseau and women

Rousseau and critical theory

SMITH

Smith: introductory

Smith: more advanced

Smith on sympathy vs. self-interest (the 'Adam Smith problem')

Smith on commercial society

Smith and Rousseau

Smith on freedom

Smith on the invisible hand and the state

Smith's conception of the good society

Smith's theory of history

Smith and women

TOPICS

AFRO-COMMUNITARIANISM

General

Collections

Menkiti

Gyekye

Wiredu

Personhood and community, Menkiti-Gyekye debate

Ubuntu

Critiques of Afro-communitarianism

Human rights and Afro-communitarianism

Metz

Consensual democracy and Afro-communitarianism

Economics and Afro-communitarianism

Rawls and Afro-communitarianism

Humanism and Afro-communitarianism

ANARCHISM

Anarchism: general

Anarcho-capitalism

CAPITALISM

COMMUNITARIANISM

Communitarianism: introductions

Communitarianism: collections

Communitarianism: surveys

MacIntyre's communitarianism

Walzer's communitarianism

Taylor's communitarianism

Sandel's communitarianism

Social constitution

Liberal-communitarian debate

Liberal conceptions of community

Nationalism, patriotism and partiality

CONTRACTARIANISM AND CONSTRUCTIVISM

History of social contract theory

Contractarianism and contractualism in political philosophy

Constructivism in political philosophy

Constructivism in Rousseau

DEMOCRACY

Democracy: Introductions

Democracy: general books

Democracy: historically influential views

Conceptions of democracy

What is politics?

Public/private division

Representative democracy

Democracy vs. justice and rights

Democracy vs. political philosophy

Social choice theory: introductions

Social choice theory and democracy

Agonistic democracy

Consociational democracy

Justifications of democracy (outcome and procedural)

Justification of democracy as being a necessary condition of political legitimacy

Paradox of democracy

Other material on the theory of democracy

Democracy and capitalism

ECOLOGICAL POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

EQUALITY

Equality: introductory

What is the basis for equality?

Equality of what?

Equality of opportunity vs. equality of outcome

Radical egalitarianism

Levelling-down objection to radical egalitarianism

Prioritarianism

Sufficientarianism

Luck egalitarianism

Relational egalitarianism

FEMINIST POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Feminist political philosophy: introductions

History of philosophy and feminism

History of political thought and feminism

Ethics of care in political philosophy

Objectification

Feminism and contractarianism, contractualism and constructivism

Feminism and recognition

Feminism and Kant

Feminism and Rawls

FREEDOM AND AUTONOMY

Freedom: introductory

Freedom: collections

Freedom: the positive-negative freedom distinction

Freedom as absence of constraints by others

Coercion

Domination and non-domination, the concepts

Structural domination

Freedom as ability or capability

Measuring freedom (of a society)

Collective freedom

Freedom as jointly achieved, sociality of freedom

Autonomy: introductions and surveys

Autonomy: collections

Autonomy: self-experience accounts

Autonomy: real self accounts

Autonomy: higher-order desire, identification and what-we-care-about accounts, Frankfurt

Autonomy: evaluation accounts

Autonomy: plan accounts

Autonomy: historical accounts

Autonomy: reasons-responsive accounts

Autonomy: reasoning-responsive accounts

Relational autonomy, autonomy and feminism

Relational autonomy: dialogue based approaches

Relational autonomy: self-worth approaches

Autonomy: other

Criticisms of autonomy as an ideal

History of idea of autonomy

ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Environmentalism: surveys

Environmentalism: collections

Environmentalism: histories

Nature, concept of

Environmental value theory

Environmental justice

Climate change and justice

Climate change and colonialism

Climate change and technological solutions

Climate change and individual motivations

Climate change: social cost of carbon approach

Anthropocene thinking

Ecological thinking and recognition theory

Environmental economics

Environmentalism and feminism, eco-feminism

Future generations

Eco-socialism

Degrowth

EXPLOITATION

Exploitation: the concept

Exploitation in capitalism

INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL JUSTICE

International and global justice: general

Kantian cosmopolitanism right

O'Neill on global justice

Cosmopolitan citizenship, cosmopolitan ethics global identity

Cosmopolitan democracy, global democracy, cosmopolitan political community

Global governance

Global civil society

History of international theory in general

INTERSECTIONALITY

Intersectionality: key texts

Intersectionality: discussion

JUSTICE AND INJUSTICE

Justice: introductions

Distributive justice: introductions

Distributive justice: critiques

Structural injustice, systemic injustice and institutional injustice

Oppression

Justice as mutual advantage

Justice as impartiality

Desert in the theory of justice

Discrimination

Epistemic injustice

Basic income

LAW

Philosophy of law: general

Philosophy of law: collections of articles

Command theory of law and legal positivism

Natural law and natural rights theories: historical surveys

Natural law and natural rights theories: Stoic

Natural law and natural rights theories: Cicero

Natural law and natural rights theories: Aquinas and Thomism

Natural law and natural rights theories: Judaism and Islam

Natural law and natural rights theories: 17th-18th century

Natural law theories: contemporary

Dworkin on law

Rule of law

Marx and law

LIBERALISM AND NEUTRALITY

Liberalism: surveys

Arguments for liberalism

Social liberalism

Neutrality: statements

Neutrality: full treatments

Interpretations of neutrality

Subject of neutrality

Neutrality and scepticism about values, and value pluralism

Rawls and neutrality

Arguments from the nature of the good and from equality of concern/respect

Neutrality as internally inconsistent, conceptions of the good and general interests

Neutrality as incompatible with support for political virtues

Education in political philosophy

MARKETS

MULTICULTURALISM

Multiculturalism and multi-identity politics, politics of identity, minority rights

Multiculturalism: collections

Multiculturalism and autonomy

Raz's multiculturalist liberalism

Politics of difference

Deep pluralist politics, democracy and minorities

PERFECTIONISM, NEEDS AND CAPABILITIES IN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Perfectionism in political philosophy

Perfectionism and social justice

Needs, the concept

Needs in political philosophy

Basic human needs

Capabilities approach

Adjudication of needs

POLITICAL OBLIGATION

Political obligation: introductions

Political obligation: ideas of obligation and duty

Political obligation: surveys and collections

Political obligation: historically influential views

Political obligation: utilitarian arguments

Political obligation: consent and self-imposition arguments, democracy and political obligation

Political obligation: Gilbert

Political obligation: principle of fairness or fair play

Political obligation: natural duty of justice

Political obligation: constitutive rules and conceptual arguments

Political obligation: communitarian accounts

Political obligation: associative accounts (Gilbert)

Political legitimacy

Philosophical anarchism

Civil disobedience

Revolution and rebellion

PROPERTY

Property: introductions

Property: fuller treatments

PUBLIC AND COMMON GOODS

Public goods

Irreducibly social goods

Common good

RACE AND RACIALISATION

Race and racialisation: general

Race, concept of

Racism: general

Racism: recognitional accounts

Structural racism, systemic racism and institutional racism

Racial justice

Racial exclusion in political philosophy

Reparations

Race and capitalism, racial capitalism

Pan-Africanism

Mills

Mills and Marx

Affirmative action, positive discrimination

Race and recognition

REALISM IN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Realism: general

Realism and Rawls

Realism and critique

RECOGNITION AND RESPECT

Recognition: collections

Recognition: single-author books

Recognition and intersubjectivity: histories

Recognition, concept of

Recognition as ontological

Recognition as an ethical or political ideal

Respect and esteem

Self-respect and self-esteem

Darwall and the second-personal standpoint

Recognition of identities, recognition and multiculturalism

Recognition and race

Recognition, work and class

Recognition and feminism

Personhood

Empathy: psychological approaches

Empathy: phenomenological approaches

Empathy: critiques

Methodological negativism in political philosophy

CULTURAL RELATIVISM IN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Cultural relativism and human rights

Anti-foundationalist political philosophy

REPUBLICANISM AND NON-DOMINATION

History of republicanism

Machiavelli and republicanism

Other classical republican thinkers

Contemporary republicanism: neo-Athenian or civic humanist strand

Contemporary republicanism: neo-Roman or civic republican strand

Republicanism and democracy

Virtues and republicanism

Citizenship

Civil society and the public sphere

Deliberative democracy, discursive democracy

RIGHTS

Rights: introductions

Rights: collections

Rights, concept of

Interest vs. will conceptions of rights

Rights as founded in equality: Rawls and Dworkin

Natural rights, human rights

Natural rights as founded in collective rationality

'Right to liberty'

SELF-OWNERSHIP AND LEFT LIBERTARIANISM

Self-ownership

Left libertarianism

SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM

SOCIAL ONTOLOGY

Social ontology: general

Social norms

Searle on social institutions

Other collective acceptance views of social institutions

Social ontology and recognition

Social institutions: convention and equilibrium-based views

Social institutions: Heideggerian views

Social kinds

Heidegger on sociality and intersubjectivity

Heidegger and social ontology

SOCIAL PATHOLOGY

Social pathology: general

Social pathology: recognition-based approaches

Social pathogenesis

Fromm and social pathogenesis

SOLIDARITY AND CIVIC FRIENDSHIP

Civic friendship

Solidarity: general

Solidarity, concept of

Solidarity: historical texts

Solidarity: histories of the idea

Solidarity in sociological theory

Solidarity in political philosophy

Solidarity and justice

Communal solidarity, community

Solidarity as necessarily local

Human and global solidarity

Solidarity and feminism

Solidarity and work

Solidarity: critiques

UTILITARIANISM IN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Utilitarianism in political philosophy: introductions

Utilitarianism and equality

Utilitarianism and rights

WORK

Work: general

Work: histories of the idea

Work in Ruskin and Morris

Meaningful work

Productive justice, contributive justice

Work and solidarity

Workplace democracy

Post-work theory

 

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@ FIGURES

 

@ ARENDT

 

@ Arendt: main works

   Arendt, Hannah (1951) The Origins of Totalitarianism

   Arendt, Hannah (1958) The Human Condition

   Arendt, Hannah (1961) Between Past and Future

   Arendt, Hannah (1963) Eichmann in Jerusalem

   Arendt, Hannah (1963) On Revolution

   Arendt, Hannah (1969) Crisis of the Republic

   Arendt, Hannah (1994) Essays in Understanding, 1930-1957

 

@ Arendt: commentaries and collections

   Hillel, H.A. (ed) (1979) Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World

   Parekh, Bhikhu (1981) Hannah Arendt and the Search for a New Political Philosophy

   Young-Bruehl, E. (1982) Hannah Arendt: For Love of the World

   Kateb, G. (1983) Hannah Arendt: Politics, Conscience, Evil

   Hansen, P. (1988) Hannah Arendt: Politics, History and Citizenship

   Kaplan, G.T. and Kessler, C.S. (eds) (1989) Hannah Arendt: Thinking, Judging, Freedom

   Canovan, M. (1992) Hannah Arendt: A Reinterpretation of her Political Thought

   D'Entrèves, M.P. (1994) The Political Philosophy of Hannah Arendt

   Gottsegen, M.G. (1994) The Political Thought of Hannah Arendt

   Benhabib, S. (1996) The Reluctant Modernism of Hannah Arendt

   Villa, D.R. (1996) Arendt and Heidegger: The Fate of the Political

   Pitkin, H.F. (1998) The Attack of the Blob: Hannah Arendt's Concept of the Social

   Villa, D. (ed) (2000) The Cambridge Companion to Hannah Arendt

   Hull, M.B. (2002) The Hidden Philosophy of Hannah Arendt

   Hiruta, Kei (ed) (2019) Arendt on Freedom, Liberation, and Revolution contents

 

@ Arendt and agonism

   (See also 'Agonistic democracy')

   Canovan, Margaret (1983) 'Arendt, Rousseau and human plurality in politics', The Journal of Politics 54(2) abstract

   Roberts-Miller, Patricia (2002) 'Fighting without hatred: Hannah Arendt's agonistic rhetoric', JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 22(3) preview

   Fossen, Thomas (2008) 'Agonistic critiques of liberalism, perfection and emancipation', Contemporary Political Theory 7 abstract

 

@ Arendt and republicanism

   Springborg, Patricia (1989) 'Arendt, republicanism and patriarchalism', History of Political Thought 10(3) preview

   Lloyd, Margie (1995) 'In Tocqueville's shadow: Hannah Arendt's liberal republicanism', The Review of Politics, 57(1) abstract

   Breen, Keith (2019) 'Arendt, republicanism, and political freedom', in Kei Hiruta (ed) Arendt on Freedom, Liberation, and Revolution abstract

 

@ ARISTOTLE

   (Political thought)

 

@ Aristotle's political thought: texts

   Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics bks. 1,5,10

   Aristotle, Politics books 1.1-1.7, 3.1-3.4, 7.1, 7.13-7.14

 

@ Aristotle's political thought: background

   Sinclair, T.A. (1951) A History of Greek Political Thought, 2nd ed. 1967, ch. 11

   Wolin, S. (1960) Politics and Vision, ch. 2 sec. 4-7 (pp. 51-66)

   Finley, M.I. (1985) Democracy Ancient and Modern

 

@ Aristotle's political thought: introductions

   Ross, W.D. (1923) Aristotle, 5th ed. 1949, ch. 8

   Barker, E. (1946) The Politics of Aristotle, introduction

* Mulgan, Richard J. (1977) Aristotle's Political Theory: An Introduction for Students of Political Theory, chs. 1-3

   Morrall, J.B. (1977) Aristotle, ch. 4

   Barnes, Jonathan (1982) Aristotle, chs. 16-18

   Irwin, Terence H. (1988) Aristotle's First Principles, ch. 19 'The state'

   Coleman, Janet (2000) A History of Political Thought: From Ancient Greece to Early Christianity, pp. 149-158, 186-222

   Schofield, Malcolm (2000) 'Aristotle: an introduction', in C. Rowe and M. Schofield (eds) The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Political Thought

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (2003) 'Aristotle: ethics and politics' in C. Shields (ed) The Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy

 

@ Aristotle's political thought: collections

   Keyt, D. and Miller, F.D. (eds) (1991) A Companion to Aristotle's Politics

   Lord, C. and O'Connor, D. (eds) (1991) Essays on the Foundations of Aristotelian Political Science

   Barnes J. and others (eds) (1997) Articles on Aristotle vol. 2: Ethics and Politics

   Rowe, C. and Schofield, M. (eds) (2000) The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Political Thought, section on Aristotle

 

@ Aristotle's political thought: fuller studies

   Newman, W.L. (1887-1902) The Politics of Aristotle, 4 vols., translated with essays

   Barker, E. (1946) The Politics of Aristotle

   Salkever, S.G. (1990) Finding the Mean: Theory and Practice in Aristotelian Political Philosophy

   Swanson, J.A. (1992) The Public and the Private in Aristotle's Political Philosophy

   Nichols, M. (1992) Citizens and Statesmen: A Study of Aristotle's Politics

   Yack, B. (1993) The Problems of a Political Animal: Community, Justice, and Conflict in Aristotelian Political Thought

   Nichols, M. (1993) Citizens and Statesmen: A Study of Aristotle's Politics

   Saunders, T.J. (1995) Aristotle: Politics, Books 1 and 2, translated with a commentary

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice, and Rights in Aristotle's Politics

   Davis, M. (1996) The Politics of Philosophy: A Commentary on Aristotle's Politics

   Simpson, P. (1998) A Philosophical Commentary on the Politics of Aristotle

   Kraut, R. (2002) Aristotle: Political Philosophy

 

@ Aristotle on friendship

   Nicomachean Ethics 5.2, 8.1, 8.3, 8.5, 8.8, 8.9, 9.1, 9.5, 9.9

   Eudemian Ethics 7.2, 7.4, 7.7

   Rhetoric 1380b36-1381a2

   Cooper, J.M. (1977) 'Friendship and the good in Aristotle', Philosophical Review 86(3)

   Annas, J. (1977) 'Plato and Aristotle on friendship and altruism', Mind 86(344)

   Cooper, J.M. (1977) 'Aristotle on the forms of friendship', Review of Metaphysics 30(4)

   Cooper, J.M. (1980) 'Aristotle on friendship', in A.O. Rorty (ed) Essays on Aristotle's Ethics

   Nussbaum, Martha C. (1986) 'The vulnerability of the good human life: relational goods', in The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy

   Sherman, N. (1987) 'Aristotle on friendship and the shared life', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 47(4)

   Irwin, T.H. (1988) Aristotle's First Principles, ch. 18 'The good of others'

 

@ Aristotle on civic friendship and concord (homonoia)

   Nicomachean Ethics, books 8,9

   Eudemian Ethics 7.10

* Cooper, John M. (1990) 'Political animals and civic friendship', in G. Patzig (ed) Aristoteles' 'Politik': Akten des XI. Symposium Aristotelicum 1987, reprinted in N.K Badhwar (ed) Friendship: A Philosophical Reader 1993, and in Cooper's Reason and Emotion: Essays on Ancient Moral Psychology and Ethical Theory

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, ch. 4.7, 6.4

   Klonoski, R. (1996) 'Homonoia in Aristotle's ethics and politics', History of Political Thought 17(3)

   Mulgan, R. (1999) 'The role of friendship in Aristotle's political theory', Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 2(4), reprinted in P. King and H. Devere (eds) The Challenge to Friendship in Modernity 2000

   Vander Valk, F. (2004-5) 'Political friendship and the second self in Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics', Innovations 5

   Irrera, E. (2005) 'Between advantage and virtue: Aristotle's theory of political friendship', History of Political Thought 26(4)

   Cooper, J.M. (2009) 'Political community and the highest good', in J.G. Lennox (ed) Being, Nature, and Life in Aristotle: Essays in Honor of Allan Gotthelf, also available online

   Ward, Ann (2011) 'Friendship and politics in Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics', European Journal of Political Theory 10(4)

   Bentley, R.K. (2013) 'Civic friendship and thin citizenship', Res Publica 19

   Leontsini, Eleni (2013) 'The motive of society: Aristotle on civic friendship, justice, and concord', Res Publica 19(1)

   Hope, Simon (2013) 'Friendship, justice, and Aristotle: some reasons to be sceptical', Res Publica 19(1)

   Inamura, Kazutaka (2015) Justice and Reciprocity in Aristotle's Political Philosophy, ch. 5 'Civic friendship'

 

@ Relation between Aristotle's ethics and politics

   Cashdollar, S. (1973) 'Aristotle's politics of morals', Journal of Hellenic Philosophy 11

   Adkins, A.W. (1984) 'The connection between Aristotle's ethics and politics', Political Theory 12(1)

   Irwin, T.H. (1985) 'Moral science and political theory in Aristotle', History of Political Thought 6

   Kraut, R. (1989) Aristotle on the Human Good, chs. 1,6

   Irwin, T. (1990) 'The good of political activity', in G. Patzig (ed) Aristoteles' Politik

   Mulgan, R. (1990) 'Aristotle and the value of political participation', Political Theory 18(2)

   Bodéüs, R. (1993) The Political Dimensions of Aristotle's Ethics

   Tesssitore, A. (1996) Reading Aristotle's 'Ethics': Virtue, Rhetoric, and Political Philosophy

 

@ Aristotle: function argument; human nature and ethics

   Aristotle, De Anima, at http://classics.mit.edu/soul.2.ii.html

* Glassen, P. (1957) 'A fallacy in Aristotle's function argument about the good', Philosophical Quarterly 7

   Sorabji, Richard (1964) 'Function' Philosophical Quarterly 14

* Nagel, Thomas (1972) 'Aristotle on eudaimonia', Phronesis 17, reprinted in A. Rorty (ed) Essays on Aristotle's Ethics

   Clark, S. (1972) 'The use of 'man's function' in Aristotle', Ethics 82(4)

+ Williams, Bernard (1972) Morality: An Introduction to Ethics, pp. 69-76

* Wilkes, K.V. (1978) 'The good man and the good for man in Aristotle's Ethics', Mind 87, reprinted in A. Rorty (ed) Essays on Aristotle's Ethics

   Clark, S.R.L. (1975) Aristotle's Man ll.1

   Kraut, Richard (1979) 'The peculiar function of human beings', Canadian Journal of Philosophy 9

   Whiting, Jennifer (1988) 'Aristotle's function argument: a defense', Ancient Philosophy 8

   Gill, C. (1990) 'The human being as an ethical norm', in C. Gill (ed) The Person and the Human Mind

   Nussbaum, Martha (1995) 'Aristotle on human nature and the foundations of ethics', in J.E.J. Altham and R. Harrison (eds) World, Mind, and Ethics: Essays on the Ethical Philosophy of Bernard Williams

   Tuozzo, T.M. (1996) 'The function of human beings and the rationality of the universe: Aristotle and Zeno on parts and wholes', Phoenix 50(2)

   Kitcher, P. (1999) 'Essence and perfection', Ethics 110

* Korsgaard, C.M. (2008) The Constitution of Agency: Essays on Practical Reason and Moral Psychology, ch. 4 'Aristotle's function argument'

 

@ Aristotle on human nature and the state

   (Humans as political animals and the state as existing by nature)

   (See also 'Aristotle on holism vs. individualism')

   Bradley, A.C. (1880) 'Aristotle's conception of the state', in E. Abbott (ed) Hellenica

   von Fritz, K. and Kapp, E. [1950] 'The development of Aristotle's political philosophy and the concept of nature', in J. Barnes et. al. (eds) Articles on Aristotle vol. 2, 1977

   Develin, R. (1973) 'The good man and the good citizen in Aristotle's Politics', Phronesis 18

   Mulgan, R.G. (1974) 'Aristotle's doctrine that man is a political animal', Hermes 102(3)

   Clark, S.R. (1975) Aristotle's Man: Speculations in Aristotelian Anthropology, 2.1, 3.3

   Ambler, W. (1985) 'Aristotle's understanding of the naturalness of the city', Review of Politics 47

   Everson, S. (1988) 'Aristotle on the foundations of the state', Political Studies 36

   Kullmann, W. (1991) 'Man as a political animal in Aristotle', in D. Keyt and F.D. Miller Jr. (eds) A Companion to Aristotle's Politics

   Arnhart, Larry (1990) 'Aristotle, chimpanzees and other political animals', Information 29(3)

   Cooper, John M. (1990) 'Political animals and civic friendship', in G. Patzig (ed) Aristoteles' 'Politik': Akten des XI. Symposium Aristotelicum 1987, reprinted in N.K Badhwar (ed) Friendship: A Philosophical Reader 1993, and in Cooper's Reason and Emotion: Essays on Ancient Moral Psychology and Ethical Theory

   Keyt, D. (1991) 'Three basic theorems in Aristotle's Politics', in D. Keyt and F.D. Miller Jr. (eds) A Companion to Aristotle's Politics

   Chan, J. (1992) 'Does Aristotle's political theory rest on a blunder?', History of Political Thought 12(2)

   Nederman, C.J. (1994) 'The puzzle of the political animal: nature and artifice in Aristotle's political theory', Review of Politics 56(2)

* Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, ch. 2 'Nature and politics'

   Depew, D.J. (1995) 'Humans and other political animals in Aristotle's History of Animals', Phronesis 40

+ Taylor, C.C. W. (1995) 'Politics' in J. Barnes (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle

   Annas, J. (1996) 'Aristotle on human nature and political virtue', Review of Metaphysics 49

   Cheery, G. (2006) 'Does Aristotle's polis exist by nature?', History of Political Thought 27(4)

* Kraut, Richard (2007) 'Nature in Aristotle's ethics and politics', Social Philosophy and Policy 24(2), sections 1-4

   Ober, Josiah (2013) 'Political animals revisited', The Good Society 22(2)

    Schwartzberg, Melissa (2016) 'Aristotle and the judgment of the many: equality, not collective quality', Journal of Politics 78(3)

   Abbate, Cheryl E. (2016) ''Higher' and 'lower' political animals: a critical analysis of Aristotle's account of the political animal', Journal of Animal Ethics 6(1)

 

@ Aristotle on the common good

   (See also 'Common good')

   Barnes, Jonathan (1990) 'Partial wholes', Social Philosophy and Policy 8(1)

   Cooper, John M. (1990) 'Political animals and civic friendship', in G. Patzig (ed) Aristoteles' 'Politik': Akten des XI. Symposium Aristotelicum 1987, reprinted in N.K Badhwar (ed) Friendship: A Philosophical Reader 1993, and in Cooper's Reason and Emotion: Essays on Ancient Moral Psychology and Ethical Theory

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, ch. 6 'The best constitution''

   Smith, Thomas W. (1999) 'Aristotle on the conditions for and limits of the common good', American Political Science Review 93(3)

   Khan, C. (2005) 'Aristotle, citizenship, and the common advantage', Polis 22

   Murphy, Mark (2005) 'The common good', Review of Metaphysics 59, reprinted in his Natural Law in Jurisprudence and Politics 2006

   Cooper, J. (2011) 'Political community and the highest good', in R. Bolton and J. Lennox (eds) Being, Nature, and Life in Aristotle: Essays in Honor of Allan Gotthelf

   Guyette, Fred (2012) 'Friendship and the common good in Aristotle', Agathos: An International Review of the Humanities and Social Sciences 3(2)

   Morrison, Donald (2013) 'The common good', in M. Deslaurier and P. Destrée (eds) The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle's Politics

   Hoipkemier, Mark (2018) 'Justice, not happiness: Aristotle on the common good', Polity 50(4)

 

@ Aristotle on justice and equality

   Politics book 3

   Ross, W.D. (1923) Aristotle, 5th ed. 1949, pp. 209-215

   Allan, D.J. (1965) 'Individual and state in Aristotle's Ethics and Politics' in La 'Politique' d'Aristote, Fondation Hardt, Entretiens Xl

   Hardie, W.F. (1968) Aristotle's Ethical Theory, 2nd ed. 1980, ch. 10

   Williams, Bernard (1980) 'Justice as a virtue', in A.O. Rorty (ed) Essays on Aristotle's Ethics

   Von Leyden, W. (1985) Aristotle on Equality and Justice: His Political Argument

   O'Connor, D.K. (1991) 'The aetiology of justice', in C. Lord and D.K. O'Connor (eds) Essays on the Foundations of Aristotelian Political Science

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, ch. 3 'Justice'

   Inamura, Kazutaka (2015) Justice and Reciprocity in Aristotle's Political Philosophy

 

@ Aristotle on the best constitution

   Vander Waerdt, P.A. (1985) 'Kingship and philosophy in Aristotle's best regime', Phronesis 30(3)

   Coby, P. (1986) 'Aristotle's four concepts of politics', Western Political Quarterly 39(3)

   Newell, W.R. (1987) 'Superlative virtue: the problem of monarchy in Aristotle's Politics', Western Political Quarterly 40(1)

   Lindsay, T.K. (1991) 'The 'god-like man' versus the 'best laws': politics and religion in Aristotle's Politics', Review of Politics 53(3)

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, ch. 6 'The best constitution'

   Schofield, Malcolm (1999) 'Equality and hierarchy in Aristotle's political thought', in Schofield's Saving the City: Philosopher-Kings and other Classical Paradigms

   Alexander L.A. (2000) 'The best regimes of Aristotle's Politics', History of Political Thought 21(2)

   Inamura, Kazutaka (2015) Justice and Reciprocity in Aristotle's Political Philosophy, ch. on 'Democracy, polity and the mixed constitution'

 

@ Aristotle on rights and natural law

   Yack, B. (1990) 'Natural right and Aristotle's understanding of justice', Political Theory 18(2)

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, especially ch. 4 'Rights'

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1996) 'Aristotle and the origins of natural rights', Review of Metaphysics 49(4)

   Schofield, M. (1996) 'Sharing in the constitution', Review of Metaphysics 49(4)

   Kraut, R. (1996) 'Are there natural rights in Aristotle?', Review of Metaphysics 49(4)

   Burns, T. (1998) 'Aristotle and natural law', History of Political Thought 19(2)

 

@ Aristotle on property

   Politics 1.8-1.9, 2.5-2.7, 7.9 (last paras)

   Irwin, T.H. (1991) 'Aristotle's defense of private property', in D. Keyt and F.D. Miller (eds) A Companion to Aristotle's Politics

   Mayhew, Robert (1993) 'Aristotle on property', The Review of Metaphysics 46(4)

   Miller, Fred D. Jr. (1995) Nature, Justice and Rights in Aristotle's Politics, ch. 9

 

@ Aristotle and slavery

   Nussbaum, Martha (1988) 'Nature, function and capability: Aristotle on political distribution', in J. Annas and R. Grimm (eds) Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy sup. vol. 1988

   Annas, Julia (1995) The Morality of Happiness, ch. 4 'Aristotle: nature and mere nature'

   Goodey, C.F. (1999) 'Politics, nature and necessity: were Aristotle's slaves feeble minded?' Political Theory 27(2)

   Frank, J. (2004) 'Citizens, slaves and foreigners: Aristotle on human nature', American Political Science Review 98

 

@ Aristotle and economics

   Polanyi, Karl (1957) 'Aristotle discovers the economy', in Karl Polanyi, Conrad Arensberg and Harry Pearson (eds) Trade and Market in the Early Empires

 

@ BATAILLE

  

@ Bataille: texts

   Bataille, Georges [19?] 'The schema of sovereignty', in The Bataille Reader 1997

   Bataille, Georges [1949] The Accursed Share: vol. I: Consumption, tr. 1991

 

@ BENTHAM

 

@ Bentham: short introductions

   Plamenatz, John (1958) The English Utilitarians

   Letwin, S. (1965) The Pursuit of Certainty, ch. on Bentham

   Hart, H.L.A. (1983) 'Introduction' to Bentham, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, eds J.H. Burns and H.L.A. Hart

   Hampsher-Monk, I. (1992) A History of Modern Political Thought, ch. on Bentham

 

@ Bentham: longer introductions

   Harrison, R. (1970) Bentham

   Steintrager, J. (1977) Bentham

   Dinwiddy, J. (1989) Bentham, Pastmasters [1, o(Jan 97)]

 

@ Bentham on Common Law

   Bentham A Fragment on Government

   Tarleton, C. (1972) 'The overlooked strategy of Bentham's Fragment on Government', Political Studies 20

   Postema, G.J. (1986) Bentham and the Common Law Tradition

 

@ Bentham on natural rights

   Bentham 'Anarchical fallacies: being an examination of the Declaration of Rights issued during the French Revolution', 46-69 of J. Waldron (ed) Nonsense Upon Stilts: Bentham, Burke and Marx on the Rights of Man; also in J. Bowring (ed) The Complete Works of Jeremy Bentham, vol II; also in part in B. Parekh (ed) Bentham's Political Thought; also in part in Melden (ed) Human Rights

   Long, D.G. (1977) Bentham on Liberty: Jeremy Bentham's Idea of Liberty in Relation to his Utilitarianism

 

@ Bentham on utilitarianism

   Bentham, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, chs. 1-3,7,14

   Lyons, David (1973) In the Interests of the Governed: A Study of Bentham's Philosophy of Utility and Law

 

@ Bentham on democracy and his 'political radicalism'

   James Mill An Essay on Government

   Bentham 'Manuscript comments on Mill's Essay on Government', as B. Parekh (ed) Bentham's Political Thought, appendix B

   Ryan, A. (1972) 'Two concepts of politics and democracy: James and John Stuart Mill', in M. Fleischer (ed) Machiavelli and the Nature of Political Thought

   James, M.H. (1981) 'Public interest and majority rule in Bentham's democratic theory' Political Theory 9

   Rosen, F. (1983) Jeremy Bentham and Representative Democracy

 

@ Bentham and the Panopticon

   Bentham, The Panopticon and Other Prison Writings, ed. M. Bozovic [2o(Jan 97)]

   Himmelfarb, G. (1968) 'The haunted house of Jeremy Bentham', in her Victorian Minds

   Hume, L.J. (1981) Bentham and Bureaucracy

   Lyon, D. (1991) 'Bentham's Panopticon: from moral architecture to electronic surveillance', Queens Quarterly 98(3), 596-617

   Semple, J. (1993) Bentham's Prison: A Study of the Panopticon Penitentiary

   Gaonkar, D.P. and McCarthy, R.J. (1994) 'Panopticism and publicity: Bentham's quest for transparency', Public Culture 6(3), 547-575

 

@ BUDDHISM AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

   (See also Oxford bibliographies: Buddhism and politics, Matthew M. Moore)

 

@ Buddhist philosophy

   Harvey, Peter (1990) Introduction to Buddhism

   Emmanuel, Steven M. (2015) A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy

 

@ Non-self theory

   Mitchell, Donald W. (1969) 'The no-self doctrine in Theravāda Buddhism', International Philosophical Quarterly 9(2)

   Giles, James (1993) 'The no-self theory: Hume, Buddhism, and personal identity', Philosophy East and West 43(2)

   Siderits, Mark; Thompson, Evan; and Zahavi, Dan (eds) (2010) Self, No Self? Perspectives from Analytical, Phenomenological, and Indian Traditions

   Tuske, Joerg (2015) 'The non-self theory and problems in philosophy of mind', in Steven M. Emmanuel (ed) A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy

   Chadha, Monima (2018) 'No-self and the phenomenology of ownership', Australasian Journal of Philosophy 96(1)

 

@ Buddhist ethics

   Saddhatissa, Hammalawa (1971) Buddhist Ethics: Essence of Buddhism

   Harvey, Peter (2000) An Introduction to Buddhist Ethics: Foundations, Values and Issues

   Gowans, Christopher W. (2015) 'Ethical thought in Indian Buddhism', in Steven M. Emmanuel (ed) A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy

   Keown, Damien (2016) The Nature of Buddhist Ethics

   Cozort, Daniel and Shields, James Mark (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Buddhist Ethics

 

@ Buddhist political philosophy

   Myint, Tun (2015) 'Buddhist political thought', in Michael T. Gibbons (ed) The Encyclopedia of Political Thought

   Moore, Matthew M. (2016) Buddhism and Political Theory

 

@ Buddhism and human rights

   Husted, Wayne R. and others (eds) (1998) Buddhism and Human Rights

   King, Sally B. (2011) 'Buddhism and human rights', in Witte, John and Green, M. Christian (eds) Religion and Human Rights: An Introduction

 

@ DERRIDA

   (On the social and political)

 

@ Derrida's social and political thought: texts

   Derrida, J. (1990) 'Force of law: the mystical foundations of authority', Cardozo Law Review 11, reprinted in D. Cornell, M. Rosenfeld and D.G. Carlson (eds) Deconstruction and the Possibility of Justice 1992

   Derrida, J. [19?] Spectres of Marx, tr. 1994

   Derrida, J. [19?] The Politics of Friendship, tr. G. Collins 1997

   Derrida, J. [19?] Adieu: To Emmanuel Levinas, tr. P.-A. Brault and M. Naas 1999

   Derrida, J. [19?] On Cosmopolitanism and Forgiveness, tr. 2001

   Derrida, J. [19?] Of Hospitality, tr. R. Bowlby 2000

   Derrida, J. (2001) Deconstruction Engaged: The Sydney Seminars

 

@ Derrida's social and political thought: texts

   Fraser, N. (1984) 'The French Derrideans: politicizing deconstruction or deconstructing politics', New German Critique 33

   McCarthy, T. (1991) 'The politics of the ineffable: Derrida's deconstructionism', in his Ideals and Illusions: On Reconstruction and Deconstruction in Critical Theory

   Critchley, S. (1992) The Ethics of Deconstruction: Derrida and Levinas

   Cornell, D. and others (1992) Deconstruction and the Possibility of Justice

   Menke, C. (1993) 'Für eine Politik der Dekonstruktion. Jacques Derrida über Recht und Gerechtigkeit', Merkur 47

   Kearney, R. (1993) 'Derrida and the ethics of dialogue', Philosophy and Social Criticism 19

   Bennington, G. (1994) Legislations: The Politics of Deconstruction

* Honneth, A. (1995) 'The other of justice: Habermas and the ethical challenge of Postmodernism', in White, S.K. (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Habermas

   Beardsworth, Richard (1996) Derrida and the Political

 

@ DU BOIS

 

@ Du Bois: texts

   Du Bois, W.E.B. (1903) The Souls of Black Folk

   Du Bois, W.E.B. (1909) John Brown

   Du Bois, W.E.B. (1935) Black Reconstruction in America: A History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, 1860-1880

   Du Bois, W.E.B. (1940) Dusk of Dawn: An Essay Toward an Autobiography of a Race Concept

   Lewis, David Levering (ed) (1995) W.E.B. Du Bois: A Reader abstract

 

@ Du Bois: commentary

   Zamir, Shamoon (1995) Dark Voices: W.E.B. Du Bois and American Thought, 1888-1903 summary

   Reed, Adolph (1997) W.E.B. Du Bois and American Political Thought: Fabianism and the Color Line summary

   Morris, Aldon D. (2015) The Scholar Denied: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Birth of Modern Sociology summary

   Valdez, Inés (2019) Transnational Cosmopolitanism: Kant, Du Bois, and Justice as a Political Craft summary

   Douglas, Andrew J. (2021) W.E.B. Du Bois and the Critique of the Competitive Society summary

   Morris, Aldon D. and others (eds) (2022) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois contents

 

@ Double consciousness in Dubois

   (See also 'Racism: recognitional accounts')

* Du Bois, W.E.B. (1897) 'Strivings of the negro people', The Atlantic Monthly, August 1897, slightly revised as 'Of our spiritual strivings', ch. 1 of The Souls of Black Folk 1903 html

   Du Bois, W.E.B. [1897] 'The conservation of races', reprinted in J. John H. Bracey and others (eds) Black Nationalism in America 1970

   Allen, Ernest Jr. (1992) 'Ever feeling one's twoness: 'double ideals' and 'double consciousness' in The Souls of Black Folk', Critique of Anthropology 12 preview

   Bruce, Dickson D. Jr. (1992) 'W.E.B. Du Bois and the idea of double consciousness', American Literature 64(2) preview

   Allen, Ernest Jr. (1992) 'On the reading of riddles: rethinking Du Boisian 'double consciousness'', in Lewis R . Gordon (ed) Existence in Black: An Anthology of Black Existential Philosophy preview

   Adell, Sandra (1994) Double-Consciousness / Double Bind: Theoretical Issues in Twentieth-Century Black Literature, ch. 1 'The Souls of Black Folk: reading across the color line' preview

   Balfour, Lawrie (1998) 'A most disagreeable mirror': race consciousness as double consciousness', Political Theory 26(3) preview

   Allen, Ernest Jr. (2002) 'Du Boisian double consciousness: the unsustainable argument', The Massachusetts Review 43(2) preview, reprinted in The Black Scholar 33(2), 2003 preview

   Gooding-Williams, Robert (2011) In the Shadow of Du Bois: Afro-Modern Political Thought in America, ch. 2 'Intimations of immortality and double consciousness' contents

   Kirkland, Frank M. (2013) 'On Du Bois' notion of double consciousness', Philosophy Compass 8(2) abstract

   Meer, Nasar (2019) 'W.E.B. Du Bois, double consciousness and the 'spirit' of recognition', The Sociological Review 67(1) abstract

   Thomas, James M. (2020) 'Du Bois, double consciousness, and the 'Jewish question'', Ethnic and Racial Studies 43(8) abstract

   Basevich, Elvira (2022) 'Self-respect and self-segregation: a Du Boisian challenge to Kant and Rawls', Social Theory and Practice 48(3) preview

 

@ Dubois and Hegel

   Williamson, Joel (1978) 'W.E.B. Du Bois as a Hegelian', in David Sansing (ed) What was Freedom's Price?

   Adell, Sandra (1994) Double-Consciousness / Double Bind: Theoretical Issues in Twentieth-Century Black Literature, ch. 1 'The Souls of Black Folk: reading across the color line' preview

   Zamir, Shamoon (1995) Dark Voices: W.E.B. Du Bois and American Thought, 1888-1903 summary

   Siemerling Winfried (2001) 'W.E.B. Du Bois, Hegel, and the staging of alterity', Callaloo 24(1) preview

   Meer, Nasar (2019) 'W.E.B. Du Bois, double consciousness and the 'spirit' of recognition', The Sociological Review 67(1) abstract

   Harris, Kimberly Ann (2021) 'Du Bois and Hegelian idealism', Idealistic Studies 51(2) abstract

 

@ Black Reconstruction

   Du Bois, W.E.B. (1935) Black Reconstruction in America

   Bunche, Ralph (1935) 'Reconstruction reinterpreted: book review of W. E. B. Du Bois, Black Reconstruction', Journal of Negro Education 4

   Harris, Abram Harris [1935] 'Reconstruction and the negro', reprinted in in William A. Darity Jr. (ed) Race, Radicalism, and Reform: Selected Papers of Abram L. Harris

   Allen, James (1937) Reconstruction: The Battle for Democracy

   Robinson, Cedric (1977) 'A critique of W.E.B. Du Bois' Black Reconstruction', The Black Scholar 8(7)

+ Foner, Eric (2013) 'Black Reconstruction: an introduction', South Atlantic Quarterly 112(3)

   Basevich, Elvira (2022) 'What is an anti-racist philosophy of race and history?: a new look at Kant, Hegel, and Du Bois', Critical Philosophy of Race 10(1) abstract

 

@ Dubois and Marx

   (See also A Marx bibliography: 'Black and decolonial Marxism')

   Anderson, Patrick (2017) 'Pan-Africanism and economic nationalism: W.E.B. Du Bois's Black Reconstruction and the failings of the 'Black Marxism' thesis', Journal of Black Studies 48(8) abstract

   Buschendorf, Christa (217) ''Race' as a function of capitalism and imperialism: W.E.B. Du Bois's appropriation of Marxian ideas in 'The Black Flame'', Amerikastudien/American Studies 62(4) abstract

   Salman, Michael J. (2020) 'Du Bois and Marx, Du Bois and Marxism', Du Bois Review 17(1) abstract

   Burawoy, Michael (2022) 'The making of Black Marxism: the complementary perspectives of W.E.B. Du Bois and Frantz Fanon', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois abstract

   Douglas, Andrew J. (2022) 'Du Bois and Marx's Influence: Black Reconstruction', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois abstract

 

@ Dubois and colonialism, Dubois and cosmopolitanism

   Valdez, Inés (2019) Transnational Cosmopolitanism: Kant, Du Bois, and Justice as a Political Craft summary

   Al-Hardan, Anaheed (2022) 'Sociology Revised: W.E.B. Du Bois, colonialism, and anticolonial social theory', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois abstract

   Danns, George K, and Paget Henry (2022) 'W.E.B. Du Bois: anticolonialist activist and theoretician', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois abstract

   Getachew, Adom, and Jennifer Pitts (2022) 'Disclosing the problem of empire in Du Bois's international thought', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois abstract

   Itzigsohn, José (2022) 'The line between W.E.B. Du Bois and Karl Marx: racialized modernity and racial and colonial capitalism', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois abstract

 

@ Dubois and pan-Africanism

   Lewis, David Levering (2000) 'Du Bois and Garvey: Two 'Pan-Africas'', in W.E.B. Du Bois vol. II, The Fight for Equality and the American Century, 1919–1963

   Kendhammer, Brandon (2007) 'Du Bois the pan-Africanist and the development of African nationalism', Ethnic and Racial Studies 30(1) abstract

   Magubane, Zine (2022) 'W.E.B. Du Bois and Pan-Africanism', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois

 

@ FANON

   (See also A Marx bibliography: 'Black and decolonial Marxism')

 

@ Fanon: texts

   Fanon, Franz [1952] Black Skin, White Masks

   Fanon, Franz [1959] A Dying Colonialism (L'an V de la révolution Algérienne)

   Fanon, Franz [1961] The Wretched of the Earth

   Fanon, Franz [1964] Toward the African Revolution

  

@ Fanon and Hegel

   Turner, L. (1996) 'On the difference between the Hegelian and Fanonian dialectic of lordship and bondage', in L.R. Gordon and others (eds) Fanon: A Critical Reader

   Gibson, N. (2002) 'Dialectical impasses: turning the table on Hegel and the black', Parallax 8(2), 30-45

   Chari, A. (2004) 'Exceeding recognition', Sartre Studies International 10(2)

 

@ Fanon and Marx

   Burawoy, Michael (2022) 'The making of Black Marxism: the complementary perspectives of W.E.B. Du Bois and Frantz Fanon', in Aldon D. Morris and others (eds) The Oxford Handbook of W.E.B. Du Bois

 

@ Fanon and existentialism, Fanon and phenomenology

   Gordon, Lewis (1995) Fanon and the Crisis of European Humanity

   Macey, David (1999) 'Fanon, phenomenology, race', Radical Philosophy 1995

   Liberman, K. (1999) 'The dialectics of oppression: a phenomenological perspective', Philosophy Today 43(3)

   Oliver, K. (2003) 'Alienation and its double; or, the secretion of race' in R. Bernasconi (ed) Race and Racism in Continental Philosophy

   Moore, T. Owens (2005) 'A Fanonian perspective on double consciousness', Journal of Black Studies 35(6)

   Gordon, Lewis (2015) What Fanon Said

   Ndlovu, Siphiwe (2020) 'Race and the coloniality of being: the concept of alienation in the existential thought of Frantz Fanon', Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 45(1)

   Laubscher, Leswin and others (eds) Fanon, Phenomenology, and Psychology

 

@ Fanon and Sartre

   Sartre, Jean-Paul [1946] Anti-Semite and Jew (Réflexions sur la question juive)

   Sartre, Jean-Paul [1961] Preface to Fanon, Wretched of the Earth

   Butler, Judith (2006) 'Violence, non-violence: Sartre on Fanon', Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 27(1)

   Bernasconi, Robert (2010) 'Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth as the fulfillment of Sartre's Critique of Dialectical Reason', Sartre Studies International 16(2)

   Bernasconi, Robert (2012) 'Racism is a system: How existentialism became dialectical in Fanon and Sartre', in Steven Crowell (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Existentialism

   Etherington, Ben (2016)' Answer to the question: what is decolonization? Frantz Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth and Jean-Paul Sartre's Critique of Dialectical Reason', Modern Intellectual History 13(1)

 

@ FICHTE

   (See A Hegel bibliography)

 

@ FOUCAULT

 

@ Foucault on power and subjectification / subjectivation

   (And Foucauldian critiques of constructivism and humanism)

* Foucault, Michel [1975] Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, tr. 1977, especially pp.27-28, 201-209

   Foucault, Michel [1976] The History of Sexuality vol. 1: The Will to Knowledge, tr. 1990

   Foucault, Michel [197?] 'Truth and power', in Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972-77, also in P. Rabinow (ed) The Foucault Reader

   Foucault, Michel [197?] 'Two lectures', in Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972-77

+ Foucault , M. (1982) 'The subject and power', in H. Dreyfus and P. Rabinow (eds) Michel Foucault: Beyond Structuralism and Hermeneutics 1982, also in P. Rabinow (ed) Power: Subjectivity and Truth: Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-1984, vol. 3, 2000

   Foucault, Michel [19?] 'Disciplinary power and subjection' in S. Lukes (ed) Power 1987

   Foucault, Michel ([19?] 'Sex, power and the politics of identity', in P. Rabinow (ed) Ethics, Subjectivity and Truth: Essential Works of Foucault 1954-1984 vol. 1, 1997

   Hoy, D.C. (ed) (1986) Foucault: A Critical Reader

   Martin, L.H. and others (eds) (1988) Technologies of the Self, a Seminar with Michel Foucault

+ Dews, Peter (198?) 'Power and subjectivity in Foucault', in Smart (ed) Michel Foucault: Critical Assessments

   Fraser, N. (1989) 'Foucault's body language', in N. Fraser (ed) Unruly Practices: Power, Discourse and Gender

   Mahon, M. (1992) Foucault's Nietzschean Genealogy: Truth, Power, and the Subject

   Butler, Judith (1992) 'Contingent foundations: feminism and the question of 'postmodernism'', in J. Butler and J.W. Scott (eds) Feminists Theorize the Political

   McHoul, A. and others (1993) A Foucault Primer: Discourse, Power and the Subject

   Heler, Kevin John (1996) 'Power, subjectification and resistance in Foucault', SubStance 25(1)

   Butler, Judith (1997) The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in Subjection

   Whitebook, J. (2002) 'Michel Foucault: a Marcusean in structuralist clothing', Thesis Eleven 71

+ Lynch, R.A. (2013) 'Foucault's theory of power', in D. Taylor (ed) Michel Foucault: Key Concepts

 

@ Foucault on enlightenment

   (And Foucault's late notion of 'critique of the present' as salvaging what is valid in enlightenment)

   Foucault, Michel [197?] 'What is Enlightenment?', in P. Rabinow (ed) The Foucault Reader, also available online

   Dreyfus, H.L. and Rabinow, P. (1983) What is maturity? Habermas and Foucault 'What is Enlightenment?' in D. Couzens Hoy (ed) Foucault: A Critical Reader

   Foucault, Michel (1993) 'Kant on enlightenment and revolution', in M. Gane and T. Johnson (eds) Foucault's New Domains

   Ingram, D. (1994) 'Foucault and Habermas on the subject of reason', in G. Gutting (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Foucault

   Norris, C. (1994) ''What is Enlightenment?' Kant according to Foucault', in G. Gutting (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Foucault

   Habermas, J. (1995) 'Taking aim at the heart of the present', in M. Kelly (ed) Critique and Power: Recasting the Foucault/Habermas Debate

   D'Entrèves, M.P. (2000) 'Critique and enlightenment: Michel Foucault on 'Was ist Aufklärung?'', in N. Geras and R. Wokler (eds) The Enlightenment and Modernity

   Devos, R (2002) 'The return of the subject in Michel Foucault', American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 76(2)

   Allen, A. (2003) 'Foucault and enlightenment: a critical reappraisal', Constellations 10(2)

 

@ Foucault on neoliberalism and governmentality

   Foucault, Michel [1979] The Birth of Biopolitics, tr. 2008

   Peters, Michael A. (2007) Foucault, biopolitics and the birth of neoliberalism', Critical Studies in Education 48(2)

   Read, Jason (2009) 'A genealogy of homo-economicus: neoliberalism and the production of subjectivity', Foucault Studies 6

   Zamora, Daniel and Behrent Michael C. (eds) (2015) Foucault and Neoliberalism

   Zamora, Daniel (2019) 'How Michel Foucault got neoliberalism so wrong', Jacobin

 

@ Foucauldian ethics and political philosophy

   (The possibility of an ethics, political philosophy or emancipatory practice from a Foucauldian perspective)

   Foucault, Michel (1977) Language, Counter-Memory, Practice: Selected Essays and Interviews, ed. D.F. Bouchard

   Foucault, Michel [19?] 'Revolutionary action: until now', in Language, Counter-Memory, Practice: Selected Essays and Interviews, ed. D.F. Bouchard

   Foucault, Michel [198?] 'The ethic of care for the self as a practice of freedom', in Bernauer, J. and Rasmussen, D. (eds) The Final Foucault 1988

   Veyne, P. (1993) 'The final Foucault and his ethics', Critical Enquiry 20(1)

   Bernauer, J.W. and Mahon, M. (1994) 'The ethics of Michel Foucault', in G. Gutting (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Foucault

   Bernstein, R. (1995) 'Foucault: critique as a philosophic ethics', in M. Kelly (ed) Critique and Power: Recasting the Foucault/Habermas Debate

   Gardiner, M. (1996) 'Foucault, ethics and dialogue', History of the Human Sciences 9:33

   Moussa, Mario and Scapp, Ron (1996) 'The practical theorizing of Michel Foucault: politics and counter discourse', Cultural Critique 33

   Ewald, F. (1999) 'Foucault and the contemporary scene', Philosophy and Social Criticism 25(3)

   Yoon, P.J. (2001) 'The political philosophy of intersubjectivity and the logic of discourse', Human Studies, 24(1-2)

   Butler, Judith (2002) 'What is critique? An essay on Foucault's virtue', in D. Ingram (ed) The Political: Readings in Continental Philosophy, shorter version available online

   Mourad, R. (2003) 'After Foucault: a new form of right', Philosophy and Social Criticism 29(4)

   Trainor, B. (2003) 'Foucault and the politics of difference', Philosophy and Social Criticism 29(5)

 

@ GREEN, T.H

 

@ Green: texts

   Green, T.H. (1882) Lectures on the Principles of Political Obligation

   Green, T.H. (1883) Prolegomena to Ethics

 

@ Green: commentary

   Dimova-Cookson, M. (2001) T. H. Green's Moral and Political Philosophy: A Phenomenological Perspective

   Dimova-Cookson, M. (2003) 'A new scheme of positive and negative freedom: reconstructing T. H. Green on freedom', Political Theory 31(4)

   Carter, M. (2003) T.H. Green and the Development of Ethical Socialism

   Wempe, B. (2nd ed. 2004) T. H. Green's Theory of Positive Freedom: From Metaphysics To Political Theory

 

@ GROTIUS

 

@ Grotius: texts

   Grotius [1625] De jure belli ac pacis

 

@ Grotius's theory of natural law

   Tuck, R. (1979) Natural Rights Theories: Their Origin and Development, ch. 3

   Haakonssen, K. (1985) 'Hugo Grotius and the history of political thought', Political Theory 13

   Haakonssen, K. (1996) Natural Law and Moral Philosophy: from Grotius to the Scottish Enlightenment, ch. on Grotius

   Buckle, S. (1991) Natural Law and the Theory of Property: Grotius to Hume, ch. 1

 

@ Grotius's international theory

   Grotius, H. [1625] De jure belli ac pacis

   Tooke, J.D.(1960) The Just War in Aquinas and Grotius

   Edwards, C.S. (1981) Hugo Grotius: The Miracle of Holland

   D'Amato, (1985) A. 'What does Tel-Oren tell lawyers?' American Journal of International Law 79

 

@ HABERMAS

   (For fuller Habermas bibliographies see 'Publications by Jurgen Habermas' and 'Habermas bibliography')

 

@ Habermas: introductions

   Bernstein, R.J. (1985) 'Introduction' to Bernstein (ed) Habermas and Modernity

   Outhwaite, W. (1994) Habermas: A Critical Introduction

   Eriksen, E. and Weigard, J. (2003) Understanding Habermas: Communicative Action and Deliberative Democracy

   Finlayson, G. (2005) Habermas: A Very Short Introduction

 

@ Habermas on postmetaphysical thinking

   (As the methodological foundation of his discourse ethics and theory of law)

* Habermas, J. [1988] Postmetaphysical Thinking, tr. 1992

   Yates, Melissa (2011) 'Postmetaphysical thinking', in Barbara Futner (ed) Jürgen Habermas: Key Concepts

   Puntel, Lorenz B. (2012) 'Habermas's postmetaphysical thinking: a critique', available online

 

@ Habermas and human nature

* Habermas, J. (2003) The Future of Human Nature

 

@ Habermas's discourse ethics

   (See An ethics bibliography)

 

@ Habermas on recognition

   (For his commentary on Hegel see A Hegel bibliography: 'Habermas and Hegel')

   Joas, H. (1998?) Die Entshteung der Werte

   Baynes, Kurt (2002) 'Freedom and recognition in Hegel and Habermas', Philosophy & Social Criticism 28(1)

 

@ Habermas on solidarity

   Habermas, Jürgen (1989) 'Justice and solidarity: on the discussion concerning stage 6', Philosophical Forum 21(1-2), reprinted in M. Kelly (ed) Hermeneutics and Critical Theory in Ethics and Politics 1990, and in T. Wren (ed) The Moral Domain: Essays in the Ongoing Discussion Between Philosophy and the Social Sciences 1990

   Pensky, Max (2009) The Ends of Solidarity: Discourse Theory in Ethics and Politics

   Carrabregu, Gent (2016) 'Habermas on Solidarity: An Immanent Critique', Constellations 23(4)

 

@ Habermas on deliberative democracy

   (This is on his model of democracy. For the relationship between this and law-making see 'Habermas on law and democracy')

   Habermas, J. [1962] The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere, 2nd German ed. 1989, tr. 1989

* Habermas, J. (1994) 'Three models of democracy', Constellations 1(1), reprinted as 'Three normative models of democracy' in S. Benhabib (ed) Democracy and Difference, in Habermas's The Inclusion of the Other, and in S.M. Cahn (ed) Political Philosophy: The Essential Texts

   Habermas, J. [1992] Between Facts and Norms: Contributions to a Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy, tr. 1996

 

@ Habermas on law and democracy

   (See also 'Habermas and Rawls')

   (For others on this relationship, see 'Democracy vs. justice and rights')

   Habermas, J. (1988) 'Law and morality', Tanner Lectures on Human Values 8

   White, S.K. (1989) The Recent Work of Jürgen Habermas: Reason, Justice and Modernity

* Habermas, J. [1992] Between Facts and Norms: Contributions to a Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy, tr. 1996

   Murphy, T.F. (1994) 'Discourse ethics: moral theory or political ethic?', New German Critique

   Bohman, J. (1994) 'Complexity, pluralism, and the constitutional state: on Habermas's Faktizität und Geltung', Law Society Review 28(4)

   O'Neill , O. (1994) 'Practical reason and possible community: a reply to Jean-Marc Ferry', Ratio Juris 7(3)

   Peters, B. (1994) 'On reconstructive legal and political theory, Philosophy and Social Criticism 20(4)

   Hoffe, O. (1994) 'Una conversione della teoria critica? sulla teoria del diritto e dello stato di Habermas', Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia del Diritto 71(4)

   Habermas, J. (1994) 'The internal relation between the rule of law and democracy', in Habermas's The Inclusion of the Other, reprinted in S.M. Cahn (ed) Political Philosophy: The Essential Texts

   Larmore, Charles (1995) 'The foundations of modern democracy: reflections on Jürgen Habermas', European Journal of Philosophy 3(1)

   Baynes, Kurt (1995) 'Democracy and the 'Rechsstaat': Habermas's 'Faktizitat und Geltung'', in S.K. White (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Habermas

   Deflem, M. (ed) (1996) Habermas, Modernity and Law

   Rosenfeld, M. and Arato, A. (1998) Habermas on Law and Democracy: Critical Exchanges

   Scheuerman, W.E. (1998) 'Between radicalism and resignation: democratic theory in Habermas's Between Facts and Norms' in P. Dews (ed) Habermas: A Critical Reader

   Cohen, Joshua (1999) 'Reflections on Habermas on democracy', Ratio Juris 12(4)

   Chevigny, P.G. (2000) 'Law and politics in Between Facts and Norms' L.E. Hahn (ed) Perspectives on Habermas

   Michelman, F. (2000) 'Human rights and the limits of constitutional theory', Ratio Juris 13(1)

   Mahoney, J. (2001) 'Rights without dignity? Some critical reflections on Habermas's procedural model of law and democracy', Philosophy and Social Criticism 27(3)

   Olson, K. (2003) 'Do rights have a formal basis? Habermas' legal theory and the normative foundations of the law', Journal of Political Philosophy 11(3)

 

@ Habermas: communicative freedom

   Günther, K. (1998) 'Communicative freedom, communicative power, and. jurisgenesis', in M. Rosenfeld and A. Arato (eds) Habermas on Law and Democracy: Critical Exchanges scribed

   Martin, M. (2001) Rethinking the Communicative Turn: Adorno, Habermas, and the problem of Communicative Freedom

 

@ Habermas and multiculturalism

   (Including communitarian critiques of discourse ethics and of Habermas's deliberative democracy and accusations that it is Eurocentric)

   Habermas, J. [1981] The Theory of Communicative Action, vol. 1: Reason and the Rationalisation of Society, tr. 1984, c. pp. 60-70, 181-4

   Heller, Agnes (1984-85) 'The discourse ethics of Habermas: critique and appraisal', Thesis Eleven: 10/11

   Cohen, J.L. (1989) 'Heller, Habermas and justice: a review of Agnes Heller Beyond Justice', Praxis International 8(4)

   Taylor, Charles (198?) 'Language and society' in A. Honneth and H. Joas (eds) Communicative Action, tr. 1991

   Habermas, J. [1985] 'Morality and ethical life: does Hegel's critique of Kant apply to discourse ethics?', in Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action 1983, tr. 1990

   Habermas, J. (1996) 'On the cognitive content of morality', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 96(3)

* Benhabib, S. (ed) (1996) Democracy and Difference: Contesting the Boundaries of the Political, especially articles by Habermas, Dallmayr, Young

   Dallmayr, F. (1996) 'Democracy and multiculturalism' in S. Benhabib (ed) Democracy and Difference: Contesting the Boundaries of the Political

   Young, Iris Marion (1996) 'Communication and the other: beyond deliberative democracy', in Benhabib, S. (ed) Democracy and Difference: Contesting the Boundaries of the Political

   Habermas, J. (1996) 'Three normative models of democracy', in S. Benhabib (ed) Democracy and Difference: Contesting the Boundaries of the Political

 

@ Habermas and constitutional patriotism

   Habermas, Jürgen [1986] 'A Kind of Settlement of Damages (Apologetic Tendencies)', New German Critique 44, 1988

   Habermas, Jürgen [1986] 'On the Public Use of history', New German Critique 44, 1988

   Habermas, Jürgen (1989) Political Culture in Germany since 1968', in Shierry Weber Nicholsen ed. The New Conservatism: Cultural Criticism and the Historians' Debate

   Habermas, Jürgen (1989) 'Historical Consciousness and Post-Traditional Identity: The Federal Republic's Orientation to the West', in Shierry Weber Nicholsen ed. The New Conservatism: Cultural Criticism and the Historians' Debate

* Habermas, Jürgen [1990] 'Citizenship and National Identity', Appendix 2 of Between Facts and Norms

* Müller, Jan-Werner (2000) Another Country: German Intellectuals, Unification, and National Identity, ch. 4 'Jürgen Habermas and the debate on the Constitution: 'DM nationalism' versus Verfassungspatriotismus'

   Grimm, D. (2005) 'Integration by Constitution', International Journal of Constitutional Law 3(2)

   Müller, Jan-Werner (2007) 'A general theory of constitutional patriotism', International Journal of Constitutional Law 6 (1)

 

@ Habermas and Rawls

   (See also 'Habermas on law and democracy')

   Benhabib, S. (1982) 'The methodological illusions of modern political theory: the case of Rawls and Habermas', Neue Hefte fur Philosophie 21

* McCarthy, T. (1994) 'Kantian constructivism and reconstructivism: Rawls and Habermas in dialogue', Ethics 105

   Baynes, Kurt (1992) The Normative Grounds of Social Criticism: Kant, Rawls, Habermas

   Power, M. (1993) 'Rawls and transcendental arguments', Philosophy of the Social Sciences 23

* Habermas, J. (1995) 'Reconciliation through the public use of reason: remarks on John Rawls' Political Liberalism', Journal of Philosophy 92(3), reprinted as 'Political Liberalism: a debate with John Rawls', in Habermas's The Inclusion of the Other: Studies in Political Theory 1999

* Rawls, John (1995) 'Reply to Habermas', Journal of Philosophy 92(3), reprinted as lecture IX of the paperback edition of his Political Liberalism 1996

   Larmore, C. (1999) 'The moral basis of political liberalism', The Journal of Philosophy, 96(12), reprinted in his Morals of Modernity

   McMahon, C, (2000) 'Discourse and morality', Ethics 110

   De-Oliveira, N.F. (2000) 'Critique of public reason revisited: Kant as arbiter between Rawls and Habermas' Veritas 45(4)

   McMahon, C. (2002) 'Why there is no issue between Habermas and Rawls', Journal of Philosophy 99(3)

   Forst, R. (2002) Contexts of Justice: Political Philosophy beyond Liberalism and Communitarianism

   Lafont, Christine (2003) 'Procedural Justice? implications of the Rawls-Habermas debate for Discourse Ethics', Philosophy and Social Criticism 29(2)

   Moon, J.D. (2003) 'Rawls and Habermas on public reason: human rights and global justice', Annual Review of Political Science 6

* Finlayson, J.G. and Freyenhagen, F. (eds) (2010) Habermas and Rawls: Disputing the Political

   Hendrick, T. (2010) Rawls and Habermas: Reason, Pluralism, and the Claims of Political Philosophy

   Finlayson, J.G. (2019) The Habermas-Rawls Debate

 

@ Habermas's international theory

   Habermas, J. [1992] 'Citizenship and national identity: some reflections on the future of Europe', Praxis International, 12(1), 1992, reprinted in B. van Steenbergen (ed) The Condition of Citizenship 1994

   Mertens, T. (1996) 'Cosmopolitanism and citizenship: Kant against Habermas', European Journal of Philosophy 4

   Habermas, J. (1997) 'Kant's idea of perpetual peace with the benefit of two hundred years' hindsight' in J. Bohman and M. Lutz-Bachmann (eds) Perpetual Peace: Essays on Kant's Cosmopolitan Ideal

   Habermas, J. [1998] The Postnational Constellation, tr. 2001

   Habermas, J. (1999) 'Bestiality and humanity: a war on the borders between legality and morality', Constellations 6(3)

   Zolo, D. (1999) 'A cosmopolitan philosophy of international law? a realist approach', Ratio Juris 12(4)

   Fine, R. and Smith, W. (2003) 'Jürgen Habermas's theory of cosmopolitanism', Constellations 10(4)

   Habermas, J. (2003) 'Interpreting the fall of a monument', Constellations 10(3)

 

HAYEK

 

@ Neoliberalism: texts

   Buchanan, James and Tullock, Gordon (1962) The Calculus of Consent: Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy

 

@ Neoliberalism: histories

   Foucault, Michel [2004] The Birth of Biopolitics: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1978-1979: Lectures at the College De France, 1978-1979, tr. 2008

   Mirowski, Philip and Plewhe, Dier (2015) The Road from Mount Pelerin: The Making of the Neoliberal Thought Collective

   Brown, W. (2015) Undoing the Demos: Neoliberalism's Stealth Revolution

   Davies, W. (2017) The Limits of Neoliberalism: Authority, Sovereignty and the Logic of Competition

 

@ Hayek: texts

   Hayek, F. [1936] 'Economics and knowledge', in his Individualism and the Economic Order

   Hayek, F. (1944) The Road to Serfdom

   Hayek, F. (1960) The Constitution of Liberty

   Hayek, F. (1967) Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics ch 11

   Hayek, F. (1973) Rules and Order

   Hayek, F. (1973-79) Law, Legislation and Liberty

   Hayek, F. (1976) The Mirage of Social Justice

   Hayek, F. (1978) New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas, Pts I and II

   Hayek, F. (1979) The Political Order of a Free People

   Hayek, F. (1988) The Fatal Conceit

 

@ Introductions

   Sampson¸ G. (1984) An End to Allegiance: Individual Freedom and the New Politics, ch. 6

   Green, D.G. (1987) The New Right: The Counter-Revolution in Political, Economic and Social Thought, ch. 5

   Barry, N. 'F.A. Hayek and Modern Liberalism' in Tivey and Wright Political Thought Since 1945

   Bosanquet, N. After the New Right ch. 2

   Ebenstein, F. (2001) Friedrich Hayek: A Biography

 

@ Collections

   Seldon, A. (ed) (1961) Agenda for a Free Society: Essays on Hayek's 'The Constitution of Liberty'

   Machlup, F. (ed) (1977) Essays on Hayek

   Birner, J. and van Zijp, R. (1994) Hayek, Co-ordination and Evolution: His Legacy in Philosophy, Politics and the History of Ideas

   Frowen, F. (ed) (1997) Hayek: Economist and Social Philosopher

 

@ General commentaries

   Barry, N. (1979) Hayek's Social and Economic Philosophy chs 3-7 and 9

   Brittan, S. (1983) The Role and Limits of Government ch 3, also in Butler and Pirie (eds) Hayek on the Fabric of Human Society

   Butler, E. (1985) Hayek: His Contribution to the Political and Economic Thought of our Time

   Kukathis, C. (1989) Hayek and Modern Liberalism

   Gamble, A. (1996) Hayek: The Iron Cage of Liberty

   Barry, N. and others Hayek's 'Serfdom' Revisited, especially ch 1

   Hoy, C. A Philosophy of Individual Freedom

   Gray, J. Post-Liberalism ch 3 'Hayek as a Conservative'

 

@ Hayek on the market and catallaxy

   Hayek, F. (1973) Law, Legislation and Liberty, vol.1: Rules and Order

   Tomlinson, J. (1990) Hayek and the Market

 

@ Hayek on law

   Hayek, F. (1960) The Constitution of Liberty

   Hayek, F. (1976) Law, Legislation and Liberty vol. 2: The Mirage of Social Justice

 

@ Hayek on liberty

   Hayek, F. (1960) The Constitution of Liberty

   Gray, J. (1984) Hayek on Liberty, chs 2, 3, 4 and 6

   Gray, J. (1989) Liberalisms ch 6

 

@ Hayek's evolutionism, epistemology, critique of constructivism and socialism

   Hayek, F. (1976) Law, Legislation and Liberty vol. 2: The Mirage of Social Justice

   Hayek, F. (1988) The Fatal Conceit

   Saunders, P. (1993) 'When prophecy fails' Economy and Society 22(1)

   Parsons, T.D. (1997) 'Hayek and the limitations of knowledge: philosophical aspects', in F. Frowen (ed) Hayek: Economist and Social Philosopher

 

@ Left critiques of Hayek and neo-liberalism

   Hindess, B. (1987) Freedom, Equality and the Market, chs 8 and 9

   Miller, David (1990) Market, State and Community, Pt I

   Hoover, K. and Plant, R. (1989) Conservative Capitalism, ch 10

   Martell, L. (1993) 'Rescuing the Middle Ground: Neo-Liberalism and Associational Socialism' Economy and Society 22(1)

   Wainwright, H. (1994) Arguments for a New Left: Answering the Free Market Right

   Bosanquet, N. 'Challenging the New Right' in Kilmarnock The Radical Challenge

 

@ HEGEL

   (See A Hegel bibliography)

 

@ HOBBES

 

@ Hobbes: texts

   Hobbes, De Cive [1642] (tr. as Philosophical Rudiments of Government and Society [1650]), chs. 1-8, 14 (Included in B. Gert (ed) Man and Citizen 1970)

   Hobbes, Leviathan [1651], chs. 11-30, Review and conclusion (Especially chs. 11, 13-21, 29-30)

 

@ Hobbes: introductions

+ Redhead, Plato to Nato, ch. 7

   Raphael, D.D. (1977) Hobbes: Morals and Politics, see especially ch. 7

   von Leyden, W. (1981) Hobbes and Locke: The Politics of Freedom and Obligation, chs. 1-3

   Tuck, Richard (1984) Hobbes (Pastmasters)

   Rapaczynski, A. (1987) Nature and Politics: Liberalism in the Philosophies of Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau, chs. 1-2

   Ryan, Alan (1996) 'Hobbes's political philosophy', in T. Sorell (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Hobbes

+ Wolff, Jonathan (1996) An Introduction to Political Philosophy, pp. 8-18

   Cohen, G.A. (2014) 'Hobbes' in his Lectures on the History of Moral and Political Philosophy, ed. J. Wolff

 

@ Hobbes: alternative introductions

   Wolin, S. (1961) Politics and Vision, ch. 8

   Hirschmann, A.O. (1977) The Passions and the Interests, part 1

   Jacobsen, Norman (1978) Pride and Solace, ch. 3

   Riley, Patrick (1982) Will and Political Legitimacy: A Critical Exposition of Social Contract Theory, ch. 2

 

@ Hobbes: collections of articles

   Brown, K.C. (ed) (1965) Hobbes Studies

   Baumrin, B. (ed) (1969) Hobbes's Leviathan

   Rogers, G.A.J. and Ryan, A. (ed) (1988) Perspectives on Thomas Hobbes

   Lively, J. and Reeve, A. (eds) (1989) Modern Political Theory from Hobbes to Marx (two articles on Hobbes)

   Dietz, Mary G. (ed) (1993) Thomas Hobbes and Political Theory

   Sorell, Tom (ed) (1996) The Cambridge Companion to Hobbes

   Malcolm, Noel (2002) Aspects of Hobbes

   Sorell, Tom and Foisneau, Luc (eds) (2004) Leviathan after 350 Years

   Springborg, Patricia (ed) (2007) The Cambridge Companion to Hobbes's Leviathan

 

@ Hobbes: more advanced works

   Goldsmith, M.M. (1966) Hobbes's Science of Politics

   McNeilly, F.C. (1968) The Anatomy of Leviathan

   Gauthier, D.P. (1969) The Logic of Leviathan

   Watkins, J.W. (1973) Hobbes's System of Ideas

   Kavka, G. (1986) Hobbesian Moral and Political Theory

   Sorell, T. (1986) Hobbes

   Hampton, Jean (1986) Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition

   Kraynak, R. (1990) History and Modernity in the Thought of Thomas Hobbes

   Kraus, J.S. (1993) The Limits of Hobbesian Contractarianism

   Flathman, R.E. (1993) Thomas Hobbes: Skepticism, Individuality and Chastened Politics

   Martinich, A. (1997) Thomas Hobbes

   Skinner, Quentin (2002) Visions of Politics vol. 3: Hobbes and Civil Science

   Curran, Eleanor (2007) Reclaiming the Rights of the Hobbesian Subject

 

@ Hobbes: influential interpretations

   Oakeshott, M. (1946) 'Introduction' to Leviathan, ed. M. Oakeshott, reprinted in Oakeshott's Hobbes on Civil Association 1975

   Strauss, L. (1953) Natural Right and History, ch. 5A reprinted as 'On the spirit of Hobbes' political philosophy', in Brown ed. Hobbes Studies

   Strauss, L. (1936) The Political Philosophy of Hobbes

   Macpherson, C.B. (1962) The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism, ch. 2 or 'Introduction' (1969) to Penguin edition of Leviathan or 'Hobbes today' (1945) Canadian Journal of Philosophy, reprinted as 'Hobbes' bourgeois man' in Brown ed. Hobbes Studies

 

@ Hobbes' historical context

   Skinner, Quentin (1974) 'Conquest and consent: Thomas Hobbes and the engagement controversy', in G.E. Aylmer (ed) The Interregnum

   Sommerville, Johann P. (1992) Thomas Hobbes: Political Ideas in their Historical Context

   Tuck Richard (1993) Philosophy and Government 1572-1652

   Fukuda, Arihiro (1997) Sovereignty and the Sword Harrington, Hobbes, and Mixed Government in the English Civil Wars

   Collins, Jeffrey R. (2007) The Allegiance of Thomas Hobbes

   Sreedhar, Susanne (2010) Hobbes on Resistance: Defying the Leviathan

 

@ Hobbes, natural law theory and Aristotle

   (See also 'Hobbes's ethical stance')

   (See also 'Natural law and natural rights theories: historical surveys')

   (On what kind of 'break' Hobbes makes with the classical and medieval traditions)

   Bobbio, N. [19?] Thomas Hobbes and the Natural Law Tradition, tr. 1993

   Spragens, T.A. (1973) The Politics of Motion

   State, S. (1991) Thomas Hobbes and the Debate over Natural Law and Religion

   Riedel, M. [1982] 'Paradigm evolution in political philosophy: Aristotle and Hobbes', in R. Lilly (ed) The Ancients and the Moderns 1996

   Forster, G. (2003) 'Divine law and human law in Hobbes's Leviathan', History of Political Thought 24(2)

 

@ Hobbes on human psychology and the state of nature

   Macpherson, C.B. (1962) The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism, Introduction, section on 'Human nature and the state of nature'

   McNeilly, F.S. (1966) 'Egoism in Hobbes', Philosophical Quarterly 64

   Kavka, G. (1983) 'Hobbes's war of all against all', Ethics 93

   Kavka, G. (1986) Hobbesian Moral and Political Theory, chs. 2-3

   Hampton, Jean (1986) Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition, chs. 2-3

   Hoekstra, Kinch (2007) 'Hobbes on the natural condition of mankind', in Patricia Springborg (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Hobbes's Leviathan

   Moehler, Michael (2009) 'Why Hobbes' state of nature is best modeled by an assurance game', Utilitas 21(3)

  

@ Hobbes and the public goods justification of the state

   Hobbes, Leviathan, chs. 6, 10-13

   Godwin, W. [18?] Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, abridged and (ed) K. Carter 1971

   Gauthier, D.P. (1969) The Logic of Leviathan, ch. 1

   Nozick, Robert (1975) Anarchy State and Utopia part 1

   Taylor, M. (1976) Anarchy and Cooperation, 2nd ed. 1987 (as The Possibility of Cooperation) chs. 1, 6 (sec. 1), 7

   Laver, M. (1981) The Politics of Private Desires, chs. 1-2

   Taylor, M. (1982) Community, Anarchy and Liberty, chs. 1-2

   Hampton, Jean (1986) Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition, ch. 3

   Kavka, G. (1986) Hobbesian Moral and Political Theory, ch. 3

 

@ Hobbes on natural rights and laws of nature

   (See also 'Hobbes, natural law theory and Aristotle')

   Hobbes Leviathan, OUP 1996, 7, 106, 371

   Taylor, A.E. (1938) 'The ethical doctrine of Hobbes', Philosophy ?, reprinted in Brown (ed) Hobbes Studies and in Lively and Reeve (eds) Modern Political Theory from Hobbes to Marx

   Nagel, Thomas (1959) 'Hobbes' concept of obligation', Philosophical Review 68, reprinted in Brown (ed) Hobbes Studies

   Gauthier, D.P. (1969) The Logic of Leviathan, ch. 2

* Hampton, Jean (1986) Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition, ch. 1 sec. 5

+ Wolff, Jonathan (1996) An Introduction to Political Philosophy, 14-18

 

@ Hobbes and political obligation: general

   Hobbes, Leviathan, chs. 14-18, 21

   Plamenatz, John (1963) Man and Society vol. 1, ch. 4, sec. 4 'The making and keeping of the covenant'

   Gert, B. (1972) 'Introduction' to Hobbes, Man and Citizen. (ed) B. Gert

   Barry, Brian (1968) 'Warrender and his critics', Philosophy 42, reprinted in Lively and Reeve (eds) Modern Political Theory from Hobbes to Marx

   Steiner, Hillel (1974-75) 'Individual liberty', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 75

   Taylor, M. (1976) Anarchy and Cooperation, 2nd ed. 1987 (as The Possibility of Cooperation) ch. 6 sec. 1

   Kavka, Geoffrey (1986) Hobbesian Moral and Political Theory, ch. 10

   Hampton, Jean (1986) Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition, chs. 7-9

   Wolff, Jonathan (1990-91) 'What is the problem of political obligation?', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 91

 

@ Hobbes and political obligation: criteria for a state to be legitimate

   Skinner, Quentin (1974) 'Conquest and consent: Thomas Hobbes and the engagement controversy', in G E Aylmer (ed) The Interregnum

   Hoeckstra, Kinch (2004) 'The de facto turn in Hobbes's political philosophy', in T. Sorell and L. Foisneau (eds) Leviathan after 350 Years

 

@ Hobbes on self-preservation, the right of self-defence and the right of resistance

   Plamenatz, John (1963) Man and Society vol. 1, ch. 4, sec. 6

   Morgan, G. (1982) 'Hobbes and the right of self-defence', Political Studies 30(3)

   Lott, T.L. (1982) 'The psychology of self-preservation in Hobbes', Revue Europeenne des sciences sociales 20(61)

   Trainor, B. (1984) 'Hobbes's sovereign and the right of self-defence', Political Studies 32(2)

   Hampton, Jean (1986) Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition, ch. 4

* Kavka, G. (1986) Hobbesian Moral and Political Theory, secs. 4.4, 5.1, 5.5, ch. 8

   Burgess, G. (1994) 'On Hobbesian resistance theory', Political Studies 42(1)

   Murphy, M. (1995) 'Hobbes on conscientious disobedience', Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 77(3)

   Cohen, A. (1998) 'Retained liberties and absolute Hobbesian authorisation', Hobbes Studies 11

   Steinberger, P. (2002) 'Hobbesian resistance', American Journal of Political Science 46(4)

   Curran, Eleanor (2006) 'Can rights curb the Hobbesian sovereign? The full right to self-preservation, duties of sovereignty and the limitations of Hohfeld', Law and Philosophy 25(2)

   Curran, Eleanor (2007) Reclaiming the Rights of the Hobbesian Subject

   Sreedhar, Susanne (2008) 'Defending the Hobbesian right of self-defense', Political Theory 36(6)

   Sreedhar, Susanne (2010) Hobbes on Resistance: Defying the Leviathan

   Weber, E. (2012) 'Rebels with a cause: self-preservation and absolute sovereignty in Hobbes's Leviathan', History of Philosophy Quarterly 29(3)

 

@ Hobbes on representation, authorisation and democracy

   Leviathan, ch. 16

   De Cive, ch. 6 sec. 1

   Pitkin, Hannah (1961) The Concept of Representation, ch. 2 'The problem of Thomas Hobbes'

   Pitkin, Hannah (1964) 'Hobbes's concept of representation - II', American Political Science Review 58(4)

   Gauthier, David (1969) The Logic of Leviathan, pp. 99-177

   Orwin, C. (1975) 'On the sovereign authorization', Political Theory 3(1)

   Riley, Patrick (1982) Will and Political Legitimacy: A Critical Exposition of Social Contract Theory, ch. 2

   Gauthier, David (1988) 'Hobbes's social contract', Nous 22

   Tuck, Richard (2006) 'Hobbes and democracy', in A. Brett, J. Tully and H. Hamilton-Bleakley (eds) Rethinking the Foundations of Modern Political Thought

   Hoekstra, Kinch (2006) 'A lion in the house: Hobbes and democracy', in A. Brett, J. Tully and H. Hamilton-Bleakley (eds) Rethinking the Foundations of Modern Political Thought

   Brito Veira, Mónica (2010) The Elements of Representation in Hobbes: Aesthetics, Theatre, Law, and Theology in the Construction of Hobbes's Theory of the State

   Runciman, D. (2010) 'Hobbes's theory of representation: anti-democratic or proto-democratic?', in Ian Shapiro, Susan C. Stokes, Elisabeth Jean Wood, and Alexander S. Kirshner (eds) Political Representation

 

@ Hobbes on the personhood of the state

   Brown, K. (1980) 'Thomas Hobbes and the title-page of 'Leviathan'', Philosophy 55(213)

   Copp, D. (1980) 'Hobbes on artificial persons and collective actions', Philosophical Review 89(4)

   Runciman, David (1997) Pluralism and the Personality of the State, ch. 2, 'Hobbes and the person of the commonwealth'

   Skinner, Quentin (1999) 'Hobbes and the purely artificial person of the state', Journal of Political Philosophy 7(1)

   Runciman, David (2002) 'What kind of person is Hobbes's state? A reply to Skinner', Journal of Political Philosophy 8(2)

 

@ Hobbes and freedom

   Pennock, R.J. (1960) 'Hobbes's confusing 'clarity' – the case of 'liberty'', American Political Science Review 54(2)

   Mill, D.V. (1995) 'Hobbes's theories of freedom', Journal of Politics 57(2)

   Harman, J. D. (1997) 'Liberty, rights and will in Hobbes: a response to David Van Mill', Journal of Politics, 59(3)

   Skinner, Quentin (2008) Hobbes and Republican Liberty

 

@ Hobbes and utopianism

   Tuck, Richard (2004) 'The utopianism of Leviathan', in T. Sorell and L. Foisneau (eds) Leviathan after 350 Years

 

@ Hobbes's method

   (As compared with the methods of physics and geometry)

   Hobbes Leviathan, OUP 1996, 8, 105-6

   Hobbes De Homine in On Man and Citizen ed. B. Gert, 41-43

   Hobbes De Cive in On Man and Citizen ed. B. Gert, 98-99

   Watkins, J.W. (1973) Hobbes's System of Ideas, ch. 3

 

@ Hobbes and international relations

   Williams, M. (1996) 'Hobbes and international relations: a reconsideration' International Organization 50(2)

 

@ Hobbes and feminism

   di Stefano, Christine (1983) 'Masculinity as ideology in political theory: Hobbesian man considered', Women's Studies International Forum 6(6)

   di Stefano, Christine (1991) Configurations of Masculinity: A Feminist Perspective on Modern Political Theory, ch. 2 'Hobbesian (Hu)man'

   Slomp, Gabriella (1994) 'Hobbes and the equality of women', Political Studies 42(3)

   Green, Karen (1994) 'Christine De Pisan and Thomas Hobbes', Philosophical Quarterly 44(17)

   Sreedhar, Susan (2012) 'Hobbes on 'the woman question'', Philosophy Compass 7(11)

   Hirschmann, Nancy J. and Wright, Joanne H. (eds) (2013) Feminist Interpretations of Thomas Hobbes

 

@ HONNETH

 

@ Honneth: texts

   Honneth, Axel [1982] 'Communication and reconciliation: Habermas's critique of Adorno', in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995 (abbreviated version translated in Telos 39, 1979)

   Honneth, Axel and Joas, H. [1980] Social Action and Human Nature, tr. 1988

   Honneth, Axel [1981] 'Moral consciousness and class domination: some problems in the analysis of hidden morality', Praxis International 2(1), 1982, reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995, and in his Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth, Axel (1982) 'Work and instrumental action: on the normative basis of critical theory', Thesis 11 5/6, also in New German Critique 26, 1982, reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

* Honneth, Axel [1985] The Critique of Power: Reflective Stages in a Critical Theory of Society, tr. 1991

   Honneth, Axel [1986] 'A fragmented world: on the implicit relevance of Lukács' early work', in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

   Honneth, Axel [1986] 'Diskursethik und implizites Gerechtigkeitskonzept. Eine Diskussionsbemerkung', in W. Kuhlman (ed) Moralität and Sittlichkeit: Das Problem Hegels und die Diskursethik

   Honneth, Axel (1987) 'Critical theory', in A. Giddens and J. Turner (eds) Social Theory Today, reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

   Honneth, Axel (1991) 'Domination and moral struggle: the philosophical heritage of Marxism revisited', Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 14(1), reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

   Honneth, Axel (1992) 'Integrity and disrespect: principles of a conception of morality based on the theory of recognition', Political Theory 20(2), reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

   Honneth, Axel (1992) 'Moral development and social struggle: Hegel's early social doctrines', in A. Honneth and others (eds) Cultural-Political Interventions in the Unfinished Project of Enlightenment

* Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995

   Honneth, Axel (1993) 'Max Horkheimer and the sociological deficit of critical theory', in S. Benhabib, W. Bonns and J. McCole (eds) On Max Horkheimer: New Perspectives

   Honneth, Axel [1993] 'Decentered autonomy: the subject after the fall', in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

   Honneth, Axel (1994) 'The social dynamics of disrespect: on the location of critical theory today', Constellations 1, reprinted in his Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth, Axel [1994] 'Pathologies of the social: the past and present of social philosophy', in D. Rasmussen (ed) The Handbook of Critical Theory 1996, also in Honneth's Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth Axel (1994) 'History and interaction', in G. Elliott (ed) Althusser. A Critical Reader

   Honneth, Axel

   Honneth, Axel (1995) 'The other of justice: Habermas and the ethical challenge of postmodernism', in S.K. White (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Habermas, reprinted in Honneth's Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth, Axel (1997) 'Recognition and moral obligation', Social Research 45(4), 1997

+ Honneth, Axel and Critchley, Simon (1998) 'Philosophy in Germany', Radical Philosophy 89

   Honneth, Axel (1998) 'Paradoxes of capitalism', Political Theory 26(6)

   Honneth, Axel (2000) 'The possibility of a disclosing critique of society: The Dialectic of Enlightenment in the light of current debates in social criticism', Constellations 7(1), reprinted in Honneth's Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

* Honneth, Axel [2000] Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth, Axel (2001) 'Die Transzendentale Notwendigkeit von Intersubjektivität', in J.-C. Merele (ed) Johann Gottlieb Fichte: Grundlage des Naturrechts

   Honneth, Axel (2001) 'Invisibility: On the epistemology of 'recognition'', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society sup. vol. 75(1)

   Honneth, Axel [2002] 'Organized self-realization: paradoxes of individualization', in his The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Honneth A. and others (2002) 'Symposium on Honneth's theory of recognition', Inquiry 45(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2002) 'Grounding recognition: a rejoinder to critical questions', Inquiry 45(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2002): 'The role of sociology in the theory of recognition', interview by A. Petersen and R. Willig, European Journal of Social Theory 5(2)

   Honneth, Axel (2003) Anxiety and Politics

   Honneth, Axel

* Honneth, Axel (2003) 'Redistribution as recognition: a response to Nancy Fraser', in Nancy Fraser and Axel Honneth, Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange, pp. 110ff

   Honneth, Axel

   Honneth, Axel (2000) Suffering from Indeterminacy: An Attempt at a Reactualisation of Hegel's Philosophy of Right

   Honneth, Axel [2001] The Pathologies of Individual Freedom: Hegel's Social Theory, tr. 2010

   Honneth (2003) 'Anxiety and politics: the strengths and weaknesses of Franz Neumann's diagnosis of a social pathology', Constellations 10(2)

   Honneth, Axel (2004) 'A social pathology of reason: on the intellectual legacy of Critical Theory', in F. Rush (ed) Cambridge Companion to Critical Theory

   Honneth, Axel and Markle, Gwynn (2004) 'From struggles for recognition to a plural concept of justice: an interview with Axel Honneth', Acta Sociologica 47(4)

   Honneth, Axel [2004] 'Gerechtigkeit und Kommunikative Freiheit. Überlegungen in Anschluss an Hegel', in B. Merker, G. Mohr, and M. Quante (eds) Subjektivität und Anerkennung: Festschrift Ludwig Siep

   Honneth, Axel (2004) 'Recognition and justice: outline of a plural theory of justice', Acta Sociologica 47(4)

   Anderson, Joel and Honneth, Axel (2005) 'Autonomy, vulnerability, recognition, and justice', in J. Christman and J. Anderson (eds) Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism: New Essays

   Honneth, Axel (2005) 'Between Aristotle and Kant – sketch for a morality of recognition', in W. Edelstein and G. Nunner Winkler (eds) Morality in Context

   Honneth, Axel [2006] 'The realm of actualized freedom: Hegel's notion of a 'philosophy of right', in his The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Honneth, Axel (2007) 'Recognition as ideology, in in B. van den Brink, and D. Owen (eds) Recognition and Power, reprinted in Honneth, The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition, tr. 2012

   Honneth, Axel (2007) 'Work and recognition, a redefinition', conference paper (audio link)

   Honneth, Axel and Moncelo, Goncalo (2013) 'Recognition and critical theory today: an interview with Axel Honneth', Philosophy and Social Criticism 39(2)

   Axel Honneth (2008) Reification. A New Look at an Old Idea

   Honneth, Axel (2008) 'From desire to recognition: Hegel's account of human sociality', in D. Moyar and M. Quante (eds) Hegel's 'Phenomenology of Spirit': A Critical Guide, reprinted in Honneth, The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Honneth, Axel (2009) Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory    

   Honneth, Axel [2009] 'The fabric of justice: on the limits of contemporary proceduralism', in his The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Honneth, Axel (2009) 'Justice as institutionalized freedom: a Hegelian perspective', A. Sorenson (ed) Dialectics, Self-Consciousness, and Recognition: The Hegelian Legacy

   Honneth, Axel (2009) 'Reconstructive social criticism with a genealogical proviso', in his Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory

   Honneth, Axel (2009) 'The irreducibility of progress: Kant's account of the relationship between morality and history', in his Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory

   Honneth, Axel and Cooke, Maeve (2010) 'A conversation about power', Journal of Power 3(2)

   Honneth, Axel (2010) 'Work and recognition, a redefinition', H.-C. Schmidt-am-Busch and C. Zurn (eds) The Philosophy of Recognition, reprinted in his The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Honneth, Axel [2010] The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition, tr. 2012

* Honneth, Axel [2011] Freedom's Right: The Social Foundations of Democratic Life, tr. 2014

   Honneth, Axel [2010] 'Labour and recognition: a redefinition', in his The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Willig, R. (2012) 'Grammatology of modern recognition orders: an interview with Axel Honneth', Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 13(1)

   Marcelo, G. (2013) 'Recognition and critical theory today: an interview with Axel Honneth', Philosophy and Social Criticism 39(2)

   Honneth, Axel (2014) 'Die Krankheiten der Gesellschaft. Annäherung an einen nahezu unmöglichen Begriff', WestEnd, 11

   Honneth, Axel and Koch, Felix (2014) 'The normativity of ethical life', Philosophy and Social Criticism 40(8)

   Honneth, Axel [2015] The Idea of Socialism, tr. 2016

   Honneth, Axel (2017) 'Is there an emancipatory interest? An attempt to answer critical theory's most fundamental question', European Journal of Philosophy 25(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2021) ''You' or 'we': the limits of the second-person perspective', European Journal of Philosophy 29

 

@ Honneth: commentaries

   Deranty, Jean-Philippe (2009) Beyond Communication: A Critical Study of Axel Honneth's Social Philosophy

   Petherbridge, Danielle (ed) (2011) Axel Honneth: Critical Essays

   Petherbridge, Danielle (2013) The Critical Theory of Axel Honneth

   Zurn, Christopher (2015) Axel Honneth: A Critical Theory of the Social

 

@ Honneth on recognition

   (General, including Honneth's early philosophical anthropology)

   Honneth, Axel (1992) 'Integrity and disrespect: principles of a conception of morality based on the theory of recognition', Political Theory 20(2), reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995

* Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995

   Alexander, J. and Pia Lara, M. (1996) 'Honneth's new critical theory of recognition', New Left Review 220

   Allen, J. (1998) 'Decency and the struggle for recognition', Social Theory and Practice 24

+ Foster, R. (1999) 'Recognition and resistance: Axel Honneth's critical social theory', Radical Philosophy 94

   Zurn, Christopher (2000) 'Anthropology and normativity: a critique of Axel Honneth's 'formal conceptions of ethical life'', Philosophy and Social Criticism 26(1)

   Heidegren, Carl-Göran (2002) 'Anthropology, social theory and politics: Axel Honneth's theory of recognition', Inquiry 45(4)

   Kauppinen, Antti (2002) 'Reason, recognition and internal critique', Inquiry 45(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2002) 'Grounding recognition: a rejoinder to critical questions', Inquiry 45(4)

   Anderson, Joel and Honneth, Axel (2005) 'Autonomy, vulnerability, recognition, and justice', in J. Christman and J. Anderson (eds) Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism: New Essays

   Markell, Patchen (2003) Bound by Recognition

   Thompson, Simon (2006) The Political Theory of Recognition: A Critical Introduction

   van den Brink, B. and Owen, D. (eds) (2007) Recognition and Power: Axel Honneth and the Tradition of Critical Social Theory

   Deranty, Jean-Philippe and Renault, Emmanuel (2007) 'Politicizing Honneth's ethics of recognition', Thesis Eleven 88(1)

   Kaupinnen, A. (2011) 'The social dimension of autonomy', in D. Petherbridge (ed) Axel Honneth: Critical Essays

   Pensky, Max (2011) 'Social solidarity and intersubjective recognition: on Axel Honneth's Struggle for Recognition', in D. Petherbridge (ed) Axel Honneth: Critical Essays

   Gunn, Richard and Wilding, Adrian (2013) 'Revolutionary or less-than-revolutionary recognition?', Heathwood Press, available online

 

@ Honneth's epistemology of injustice

   (Including methodological negativism in Honneth)

   (Also radicalisations of Honneth's theory)

   (See also 'Methodological negativism in political philosophy')

   Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995, ch. 9

   Honneth, Axel (1994) 'The social dynamics of disrespect: on the location of critical theory today', Constellations 1, reprinted in his Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

* Honneth, Axel [1981] 'Moral consciousness and class domination: some problems in the analysis of hidden morality', Praxis International 291) 1982, reprinted in his The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1995, and in his Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth, Axel (1997) 'Recognition and moral obligation', Social Research 45(4), 1997

   Honneth, Axel (2001) 'Invisibility: On the epistemology of 'recognition'', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society sup. vol. 75(1)

   Renault, Emmanuel (2002) 'La philosophie critique: porte-parole de la souffrance sociale', Mouvements 34

   Honneth, Axel (2003) 'Redistribution as recognition: a response to Nancy Fraser', in Nancy Fraser and Axel Honneth, Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange, pp. 110ff (section 1 of this essay)

* Deranty, Jean-Philippe (2004) 'Injustice, violence and social struggle: the critical potential of Axel Honneth's theory of recognition', Critical Horizons 5(1)

   Renault, Emmanuel (2004) L'Expérience de l'Injustice

 

@ Honneth on social justice

   (The redistribution vs. recognition debate)

* Fraser, Nancy (1995) 'From redistribution to recognition? dilemmas of justice in a 'post-socialist' age', New Left Review 212

   Fraser, Nancy (1997) Justice Interruptus: Critical Reflections on the 'Post-Socialist' Condition

   Tully, J. (2000) 'Struggles over recognition and distribution', Constellations 7(4)

   Fraser, Nancy (2000) 'Rethinking recognition', New Left Review II/3

   Fraser, Nancy (2001) 'Recognition without ethics?', Theory Culture and Society 18(2-3)

   Yar, M. (2001) 'Beyond Nancy Fraser's 'perspectival dualism'', Economy and Society 30(3)

* Fraser, Nancy and Honneth, Axel (2003) Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange

   Honneth, Axel (2003) 'Redistribution as recognition: a response to Nancy Fraser', in Nancy Fraser and Axel Honneth, Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange, pp. 110ff (sections 2-3 of this essay)

   Zurn, Christopher F. (2003) 'Identity or status? Struggles over recognition in Fraser, Honneth and Taylor', Constellations 10(4)

   Thompson, Simon (2005) 'Is redistribution a form of recognition? Comments on the Fraser-Honneth debate', Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 8(1)

   Zurn, Christopher F. (2005) 'Recognition, redistribution, and democracy: dilemmas of Honneth's critical social theory', European Journal of Philosophy 13(1)

   Honneth, Axel [2009] 'The fabric of justice: on the limits of contemporary proceduralism', in The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

 

@ Honneth on social pathology

   (See also 'Social pathology')

   Honneth, Axel [1994] 'Pathologies of the social: the past and present of social philosophy', in D. Rasmussen (ed) The Handbook of Critical Theory 1996, also in Honneth's Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

* Honneth, Axel (2000) 'The possibility of a disclosing critique of society: The Dialectic of Enlightenment in the light of current debates in social criticism', Constellations 7(1), reprinted in Honneth's Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory 2007

   Honneth, Axel [2002] 'Organized self-realization: paradoxes of individualization', in his The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition 2012

   Honneth (2003) 'Anxiety and politics: the strengths and weaknesses of Franz Neumann's diagnosis of a social pathology', Constellations 10(2)

   Honneth, Axel (2004) 'A social pathology of reason: on the intellectual legacy of Critical Theory', in F. Rush (ed) Cambridge Companion to Critical Theory

   Honneth, Axel [2011] Freedom's Right: The Social Foundations of Democratic Life, tr. 2014

   Zurn, Christopher F. (2011) 'Social pathologies as second-order disorders', in D. Petherbridge (ed) Axel Honneth: Critical Essays: with a reply by Axel Honneth

   Willig, R. (2012) 'Grammatology of modern recognition orders: an interview with Axel Honneth', Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 13(1)

   Honneth, Axel (2014) 'The diseases of society: approaching a nearly impossible concept', Social Research 81(3)

* Freyenhagen, Fabian (2015) 'Honneth on social pathologies: a critique', Critical Horizons 16(2)

 

@ Honneth on orders of recognition and historical progress

   Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995 , ch. 9 'lntersubjective conditions for personal integrity: a formal conception of ethical life'

* Honneth, Axel (2002) 'Grounding recognition: a rejoinder to critical questions', Inquiry 45(4)

* Honneth, Axel (2003) 'Redistribution as recognition: a response to Nancy Fraser', in Nancy Fraser and Axel Honneth, Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange

   Honneth, Axel (2009) 'The irreducibility of progress: Kant's account of the relationship between morality and history', in his Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory

   Honneth, Axel and Koch, Felix (2014) 'The normativity of ethical life', Philosophy and Social Criticism 40(8)

* Schaub, Jörg (2015) 'Misdevelopments, pathologies, and normative revolutions: normative reconstruction as method of critical theory', Critical Horizons, 16(2) (see section II.2)

   Honneth, Axel (2017) 'Is there an emancipatory interest? An attempt to answer critical theory's most fundamental question', European Journal of Philosophy 25(4)

 

@ Honneth on recognition and ideology

   Honneth, Axel and Markle, Gwynn (2004) 'From struggles for recognition to a plural concept of justice: an interview with Axel Honneth', Acta Sociologica 47(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2007) 'Recognition as ideology', in B. van den Brink, and D. Owen (eds) Recognition and Power, reprinted in Honneth, The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition, tr. 2012

 

@ Honneth on recognition and power

* van den Brink, Bert and Owen, David (eds) (2007) Recognition and Power: Axel Honneth and the Tradition of Critical Social Theory

   Honneth, Axel and Cooke, Maeve (2010) 'A conversation about power', Journal of Power 3(2)

   Renault, Emmanuel (2011) 'The theory of recognition and the critique of institutions' in D. Petherbridge (ed) Axel Honneth: Critical Essays

 

@ Honneth on normative reconstruction

   (And on the methodology of Freedom's Right n general)

   (For Hegel-centred discussions see 'Honneth on Hegel's Philosophy of Right')

   Renault, Emmanuel (2011) 'The theory of recognition and the critique of institutions' in D. Petherbridge (ed) Axel Honneth: Critical Essays

   Wilding, Adrian (2013) 'The problem with normative reconstruction', conference paper, available online

* Claassen, R. (2014) 'Social freedom and the demands