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Vol. 19, No. 4 -- Useful Atavisms

  • David A. Bell, Pacific Nationalism
  • Martin Tyrrell, Homage to Ruritania: Nationalism, Identity, and Diversity
  • Orin Kirshner, Superpower Politics: The Triumph of Free Trade in Postwar America
  • Joshua Mitchell, Tocqueville for a Terrible Era: Honor, Religion, and the Persistence of Atavisms in the Modern Age
  • Lucas Swaine, The Battle for Liberalism: Facing the Challenge of Theocracy
  • Uner Daglier and Thomas E. Schneider, John Stuart Mill's "Religion of Humanity" Revisited
  • Michael Kowalski, Sancho Panza's Politics of Self-Deception

Vol. 19, Nos. 2-3 -- Special Issue: The Rhetorical Presidency

  • Jeffrey Friedman, A "Weapon in the Hands of the Peopole": The Rhetorical Presidency in Historical and Conceptual Context
  • Terri Bimes, The Practical Origina of the Rhetorical Presidency
  • James W. Ceaser, Demagoguery, Statesmanship, and the American Presidency
  • David A. Crockett, The Layered Rhetorical Presidency
  • John J. DiIulio, Jr., The Hyper-Rheorical Presidency
  • Bryan Garsten, The Idea of an Un-Rhetorical Presidency
  • Susan Herbst, The Rhetorical Presidency and the Contemporary Media Environment
  • Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Jeffrey Gottfried, A Rhetorical Judiciary, Too?
  • Mel Laracey, Presidents' Party Affiliations and their Communication Strategies
  • Nicole Mellow, The Rhetorical Presidency and the Partisan Echo Chamber
  • Sidney M. Milkis, The Rhetorical and Administrative Presidencies
  • Thomas L. Pangle, The Puzzle of The Rhetorical Presidency
  • Richard M. Pious, Presidential Rhetorical from Wilson to "W": Popular Politics Meets Recalcitrant Reality
  • Paul J. Quirk, When the President Speaks, How Do the People Respond?
  • Diane Rubenstein, Allegories of Reading Tulis
  • Adam D. Sheingate, "Publicity" and the Progressive-Era Origins of Modern Politics
  • Jeffrey K. Tulis, Reply: The Rhetorical Presidency in Retrospect

Vol. 19, No. 1 -- Does Ignorance Matter?

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Ignorance as a Starting Point: From Modest Epistemology to Realistic Political Theory
  • Robert S. Erikson, Does Ignorance Matter?
  • Benjamin I. Page, Is Public Opinion an Illusion?
  • Stphen Miller, Conservatives and Liberals on Economics: Expected Differences, Surprising Similarities
  • Sebastian Benthall, Kudos for the Mindless Expert
  • Bryan Caplan, Have the Experts Been Weighed, Measured and Found Wanting?
  • Jon A. Shields, Christian Citizens: The Promise and Limits of Deliberation
  • David Meskill, Self-Interest Properly Felt: Democracy's Unintended Consequences and Tocqueville's Solution
  • Chris Wisniewski, Political Culture vs. Cultural Studies: Reply to Fenster
  • Mark Fenster, On Idiocratic Theory: Rejoinder to Wisniewski
  • Daniel Carpenter, The Leaing Tower of "PISA": Public Ignorance, Issue Publics, and State Autonomy: Reply to DeCanio
  • Benjamin Ginsberg, Autonomy and Duplicity
  • Martin Shefter, State Autonomy and Popular Participation
  • Samuel DeCanio, The Autonomy of the Democratic State: Rejoinder to Carpenter, Ginsberg, and Shefter

Vol. 18, No. 4 -- Politics in Question

  • Jeremy Shearmur, Popper, Political Philosophy, and Social Democracy: Reply to Eidlin
  • Bruce Caldwell, Hayek, Social Science, and Politics: Reply to Hill and Friedman
  • Greg Hill, Imaginary Goods and Keynesian Kaleidics: Rejoinder to Caldewell
  • Greg Hill, Knowledge, Ignorance, and the Limits of the Price System: Reply to Friedman
  • Istael M. Kirzner, Hayek and Economic Ignorance: Reply to Friedman
  • Gene Callahan, The Necessity of the A Priori in Science
  • Mark Amadeus Notturno, Economism, Freedom, and "The Epistemology and Politics of Ignorance": Reply to Friedman
  • Robert B. Talisse, Democracy and Ignorance: Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Taking Ignorance Seriously: Rejoinder to Critics

Volume 18, Nos. 1-3 -- Is Democratic Competence Possible?

  • Philip E. Converse, The Nature of Belief Systems in Mass Publics (1964)
  • Scott Althaus, False Starts, Dead Ends, and New Opportunities in Public Opinion Research
  • Stephen Earl Bennett, Democratic Competence, Before Converse and After
  • Samuel DeCanio, Mass Opinion and American Political Development
  • James S. Fishkin, Beyond Polling Alone: The Quest for an Informed Public
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Democratic Competence in Normative and Postive Theory: Neglected Implications of "The Nature of Belief Systems in Mass Publics"
  • Doris A. Graber, Government by the People, for the People--Twenty-First Century Style
  • Russell Hardin, Ignorant Democracy
  • Donald Kinder, Belief Systems Today
  • Arthur Lupia, How Elitism Undermines the Study of Voter Competence
  • Samuel L. Popkin, The Factual Basis of "Belief Systems": A Reassessment
  • Ilya Somin, Knowledge about Ignorance: New Directions in the Study of Political Information
  • Gregory J. Wawro, The Rationalizing Public?
  • Philip E. Converse, Reply: Democratic Theory and Electoral Reality

Volume 17, Nos. 3-4 -- The Bias Issue

  • Christopher F. Cardiff and Daniel B. Klein, Faculty Partisan Affiliations
  • Steven Earl Bennett, The Reception of Murray Edelman's Work
  • Samuel DeCanio, Murray Edelman on Democratic Symbolism
  • Mark Fenster, Murray Edelman, Polemicist of Public Ignorance
  • Jeffrey Friedman, The Bias Issue
  • Norton Garfinkle, Supply-Side vs. Demand-Side Tax Cuts
  • Tim Groseclose and Jeffrey Milyo, Studying Media Bias
  • Daniel B. Klein and Charlotta Stern, Professors and their Politics
  • William G. Mayer, What Conservative Media?
  • Spencer MacCallum, Suburban Democracy vs. Residential Community

Volume 17, Numbers 1-2 -- Ignorance in Politics and Science

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Popper, Weber, and Hayek: The Epistemology and Politics of Ignorance
  • Boris Maizel, Why Talk if We Disagree?
  • Nimrod Bar-Am and Joseph Agassi, Popper and the Establishment
  • Fred Eidlin, Popper's Social-Democratic Politics and Free-Market Liberalism
  • Bruce Caldwell, Recovering Popper for the Left?
  • Greg Hill, Don't Shoot the Messenger: Caldwell's Hayek and the Insularity of the Austrian Project
  • Jonathan Eastwood, The Role of Ideas in Weber's Theory of Interests
  • Liah Greenfeld, The Trouble with Social Science
  • S. Phineas Upham, Is Economics Scientific? Is Science Scientific?
  • G. R. Steele, Critical Thoughts About Critical Realism
  • Peter J. Boettke and Peter T. Leeson, Still Impossible After All These Years: Reply to Caplan
  • David Gordon, Calculation and Chaos: Reply to Caplan
  • Rodolfo A. Gonzalez and Edward Stringham, Incentives vs. Knowledge: Reply to Caplan
  • Bryan Caplan, Toward a New Consensus on the Economics of Socialism: Rejoinder to My Critics

Volume 16, Number 4 -- Law and Political Reality

  • Austin Bramwell, Getting Over the Constitution
  • Siegfried van Duffel, Seeing into Libertarianism
  • Ken I. Kersch, The Progressive Crusade against Smoking
  • Richard A. Posner, Public Ignorance and Judicial Theory: Reply to Somin
  • Ilya Somin, Public Ignorance and Judicial Theory: Rejoinder to Posner
  • Robert B. Talisse, How Deliberative Democracy Can Survive Public Ignorance
  • Aviezer Tucker, et al., The Great Liberal-Conservative Shift on Property Rights

Volume 16, Numbers 2-3 -- Is Social Science Hopeless?

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Introduction: What Can Social Science Do
  • Proceedings of the Boston University Conference on the State of the Social Sciences
  • David A. Bell, Essay: Class, Consciousness, and the Fall of the Bourgeois Revolution

Volume 16, Number 1 -- Is Capitalism Eternal?

  • Ilya Somin, Richard Posner's Democratic Pragmatism and the Problem of Ignorance
  • Dennis H. Wrong, Is Capitalism Eternal?
  • Bryan Caplan, s Socialism Really "Impossible"?
  • Greg Hill, From Hayek to Keynes: G.L.S. Shackle and the Ignorance of the Future
  • David Ciepley, Authority in the Firm (and the Attempt to Theorize It Away)
  • Mark Blyth, The Great Transformation in Understanding Polanyi: Reply to Hejeebu and McCloskey
  • Santhi Hejeebu and Deirdre McCloskey, Polanyi and the History of Capitalism: Rejoinder to Blyth

Volume 15, Numbers 3-4 -- Public Opinion/Political Myth

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Public Opinion: Bringing the Media Back In
  • Aurelian Craiutu,, Guizot's Elitist Theory of Representative Government
  • Slavko Splichal, Bentham, Kant, And the Right to Communicate
  • Stephen Earl Bennett, Is the Public's Ignorance of Politics Trivial?
  • L. L. Farrar, Jr., In Praise of Ignorance
  • Alexandra Kitty, Appeals to Authority in Journalism
  • Evan M. Selinger, Feyerabend's Democratic Critique of Expertise
  • Evan M. Selinger, Expertise and Public Ignorance
  • Stephen Cox, The Titanic and the Art of Myth
  • Alison Niemi, Film as Religious Experience: Myths and Models in Mass Entertainment
  • Peter Savodnik, Ernst Cassirer's Theory of Myth
  • Edward Hundert, D'Alembert's Dream and the Utility of the Humanities

Volume 15, Numbers 1-2 -- Democratic Theory vs. Reality

  • Peter Berkowitz, The Demagoguery of Political Theory
  • Gus diZerega, Democracy and the Problem of Scale
  • Tom Hoffman, The Quiet Desperation of Robert Dahl's Radicalism
  • Rogan Kersh, Influencing the State: U.S. Campaign Finance
  • Leszek Kolakowski, In Defense of Natural Law
  • Glyn Morgan, Hayek, Habermas, and European Integration
  • Reihan Salam, Habermas vs. Weber on Democracy
  • Shalendra D. Sharma, Democracy in the Asian Crisis
  • Robert B. Talisse, Rawls's Democratic Deficit
  • Matthew Weinshall, Means, Ends, & Ignorance in Habermas

Volume 14, Number 4 -- What Is Enlightenment?

  • Adrian Bardon, From Nozick to Welfare Rights
  • Fonna Forman-Barzilai, Adam Smith as Globalization Theorist
  • Ronald Beiner, Alasdair MacIntyre's Revolt against the Modern State
  • Graeme Garrard, The Curious Enlightenment of Professor Rorty
  • Robert B. Talisse, John Gray's Two-Faced Liberalism

Volume 14, Numbers 2-3 -- State Autonomy (special issue)

  • David Ciepley, Why the State Was Dropped in the First Place
  • Samuel DeCanio, Beyond Marxist State Theory
  • Samuel DeCanio, Bringing the State Back in... Again
  • Rogan Kersh, State Autonomy & Civil Society: The Lobbyist Connection
  • Earl C. Ravenal, Ignorant Armies: The State, the Public, & Foreign Policy
  • Reihan Salam, The Confounding State: Ignorance and Identity
  • Steven M. Sheffrin, Regulation, Politics, and Interest Groups
  • Ilya Somin, Do Politicians Pander? Public Ignorance & State Autonomy
  • Anthony Woodlief, What Economists Say (and Don't Say) about Politics

Volume 14, Number 1 -- Globalization (special issue)

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Globalization, Neither Evil nor Inevitable
  • Douglas A. Irwin, Two Faces of Globalization
  • Jason Sorens, The Failure to Converge: Why Globalization Doesn't Cause Deregulation
  • Deepak Lal, The Third World and Globalization
  • Garett Jones, The "Free Market" and the Asian Crisis
  • Kevin Dowd, Are Free Markets the Cause of Financial Instability?
  • Barry Eichengreen, The Crisis of (Confidence in) Global Capitalism
  • George Soros, Reply to Eichengreen
  • Tyler Cowen, Risk and Business Cycles: Reply to Rosser
  • J. Barkley Rosser, Jr., Risk and Austrian Business-Cycle Theory: Rejoinder to Cowen
  • Ilya Somin, Democracy and Voter Ignorance, Revisited: Rejoinder to Ciepley
  • Jeffrey Friedman, After Democracy, Bureaucracy? Rejoinder to Ciepley

Volume 13, Numbers 3-4 -- Capitalism and Its Discontents

  • David R. Henderson, How (Some) Socialists Became Capitalists: The Cases of Three Prominent Intellectuals
  • Jerry Z. Muller, Capitalism, Socialism, and Irony: Understanding Schumpeter in Context
  • Jane Humphries, Cliometrics, Child Labor, and the Industrial Revolution
  • Santhi Hejeebu and Deirdre McCloskey, The Reproving of Karl Polanyi
  • Shyam J. Kamath, Indian Development and Poverty: Making Sense of Sen et al.
  • Wolfgang Kerber and Sandra Hartig, The Rise and Fall of the German Miracle
  • Jeffrey Milyo and Jennifer M. Mellor, Is Inequality Bad for Our Health?
  • Barkley J. Rosser, Jr., Between Vienna and Cambridge: The Risky Business of New Austrian Business-Cycle Theory
  • Karl von Schriltz, Foucault on the Prison: Torturing History to Punish Capitalism
  • Index to Volume XIII

Volume 13, Numbers 1-2 -- Liberalism and Its Discontents

  • Michael Allen Gillespie, Theological Origins of Modernity
  • James Schmidt, Liberalism and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Germany
  • Geoffrey M. Vaughan, Hobbes's Contempt for Opinions: Manipulation and the Challenge for Mass Democracies
  • Rogers M. Smith, America's Contents and Discontents: Reflections on Michael Sandel's America
  • Tom Hoffman, Humanism and Antihumanism in Lasch and Sandel
  • Ryszard Legutko, Toleration and Multiculturalism
  • Boris Maizel, The Postmodern Identity of Russia -- and the West
  • Patrick Boleyn-Fitzgerald, Misfortune, Welfare Reform, and Right-Wing Egalitarianism
  • Doug Mann, The Limits of Instrumental Rationality in Social Explanation
  • David Ciepley, Democracy Despite Voter Ignorance: A Weberian Reply to Somin and Friedman

Volume 12, Number 4 -- Public Ignorance (special issue)

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Public Ignorance and Democratic Theory
  • Ilya Somin, Voter Ignorance and the Democratic Ideal
  • Tom Hoffman, Rationality Reconceived: The Mass Electorate and Democratic Theory
  • Richard D. Anderson, Jr., The Place of the Media in Popular Democracy
  • Robert Y. Shapiro, Public Opinion, Elites, and Democracy
  • Timur Kuran, Insincere Deliberation and Democratic Failure
  • Philip E. Tetlock, The Ever-Shifting Psychological Foundations of Democratic Theory: Do Citizens Have the Right Stuff?
  • James Q. Wilson, Idealizing Politics
  • Rogan Kersh, Anti-Democratic Demos: The Dubious Basis of Congressional Approval

Volume 12, Number 3 -- Libertarianism Debated (special issue)

  • Kevin Quinn, Tina R. Green, Hermeneutics and Libertarianism: An Odd Couple
  • Tom G. Palmer, G.A. Cohen on Self-Ownership, Property, and Equality
  • Lowell Gallaway, Richard Vedder, Government and Unemployment: Reply to De Long
  • J. Bradford De Long, Unemployment in America: Rejoinder to Vedder and Gallaway
  • Edward Feser, Hayek, Social Justice, and the Market: Reply to Johnston
  • Chris Matthew Sciabarra, Are We All Dialecticians Now? Reply to MacGregor and Friedman
  • David MacGregor, Rejoinder to Sciabarra
  • Richard A. Epstein, The Right Set of Simple Rules: A Short Reply to Frederick Schauer and Comment on G.A. Cohen
  • Am Feallsanach, Locke and Libertarian Property Rights: Reply to Weinberg
  • Justin Weinberg,Self- and World-Ownership: Rejoinder to Epstein, Palmer, and Feallsanach
  • Tom G. Palmer, What's Not Wrong with Libertarianism: Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman,The Libertarian Straddle: Rejoinder to Palmer and Sciabarra

Volume 12, Numbers 1-2 -- Politics and Economics

  • Leif Lewin, Man, Society, and the Failure of Politics
  • Anthony Woodlief, Unforeseen Consequences and Pathological Self-Reinforcement: Why Cities Decline
  • Alvaro Vargas Llosa, A Capitalist Revolution in Latin America?
  • Lowell Gallaway, Richard Vedder, The State and Labor in Modern America
  • J. Bradford De Long, It Doesn't Work
  • Warren J. Samuels, Murray Rothbard's Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought
  • Werner Troesken,Postwar Economic Stabilization
  • Steven Horwitz, Keynes and Capitalism One More Time: a Further Reply to Hill
  • Greg Hill, An Ultra-Keynesian Strikes Back: Rejoinder to Horwitz
  • Daniel M. Hausman, The Faults of Formalism and The Magic of Markets
  • Robert Heilbroner, The Self-Deception of Economics
  • Thomas Mayer, Boettke's Austrian Critique of Mainstream Economics: An Empiricist's Response
  • Peter J. Boettke, Formalism and Contemporary Economics: A Reply to Hausman, Heilbroner, and Mayer
  • Maurizio Viroli, On Civil Republicanism: Reply to Xenos and Yack
  • Nicholas Xenos, Questioning Patriotism: Rejoinder to Viroli
  • Bernard Yack, Can Patriotism Save Us from Nationalism? Rejoinder to Viroli

Volume 11, Number 4 -- Pluralism or Relativism?

  • Pratap B. Mehta, John Gray's Pluralism
  • Daniel Weinstock, Gray's Pluralism vs. Berlin's
  • Richard Boyd, Frank Knight's Pluralism
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Pluralism and Relativism
  • Michael Allen Gillespie, Was Nietzsche a Postmodernist?
  • Greg Hill, Wittgenstein vs. Rorty
  • Edward Feser, David Johnston, Hayek on Social Justice

Volume 11, Number 3 -- Libertarianism (special issue)

  • Justin Weinberg, The Libertarian Diaspora
  • Jonathan Wolff, Freedom, Liberty, and Property
  • Richard Kraut, Aristotelian Libertarianism
  • David MacGregor, Ayn Rand as Hegelian
  • Frederick Schauer, Richard Epstein on Simplicity
  • Jeffrey Friedman, What's Wrong with Libertarianism

Volume 11, Number 2 -- Nature and Culture

  • Frederick Turner, In Defense of Bourgeois Culture
  • Donald Kuspit, Modern Art and Capitalism
  • Nathan Kogan, Aesthetics and Evolution
  • Jonathan H. Turner, The Evolution of Morality
  • Alexandra Maryanski, Speech and Human Group Size
  • Keith F. Otterbein, The Origins of War
  • Alex de Waal, Group Identity and Rational Choice
  • Dennis Wrong, Multicultural Relativism
  • David L. Prychitko, Peter Abell, Marxism and Self-Management
  • Branko Horvat, Peter Abell, The Yugoslavian Experiment

Volume 11, Number 1 -- Special issue on F. A. Hayek

  • Peter J. Boettke, What Went Wrong with Economics? Equilibrium as a Flight from Reality
  • Gus diZerega, Market Non-Neutrality: Systemic Biases in Spontaneous Orders
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Hayek's Political Philosophy and His Economics
  • David Johnston, Hayek's Attack on Social Justice
  • Ryszard Legutko, Was Hayek an Instrumentalist?
  • Steven Lukes, Social Justice: The Hayekian Challenge
  • Juliet Williams, On the Road Again: Hayek and the Rule of Law

Volume 10, Number 4 -- Special issue on The Joyless Economy

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Adam McCabe, Preference or Happiness?
  • Amartya Sen, Rationalism, Joy and Freedom
  • Juliet Schor, What's Wrong with Consumer Capitalism?
  • Ronald Inglehart, The Diminishing Utility of Economic Growth
  • Albert O. Hirschman, Melding the Public and Private Spheres
  • Michael Benedikt, Complexity, Value, and the Psychological Postulates of Economics
  • Tibor Scitovsky, My Own Criticism of The Joyless Economy

Volume 10, Number 3 -- Critics of Capitalism

  • David Ramsay Steele, The Market Socialist Predicament
  • David Schweickart, A Critique of Steele on Market Socialism
  • Steven Horwitz, Why Keynes Was Wrong
  • Greg Hill, Why Keynes Was Right
  • Warren Breckman, Lars Tragardh, Capitalism vs. Nationalism
  • Liah Greenfeld, The Unnaturalness of Capitalism

Volume 10, Number 2 -- Nationalism (special issue)

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Nationalism in Theory and Reality
  • Liah Greenfeld, Is Nationalism the Modern Religion?
  • Bernard Yack, The Myth of the Civic Nation
  • Nicholas Xenos, Civic Nationalism: Oxymoron?
  • Martin Tyrrell, The Psychology of Nationalism
  • Damian Tambini, Ernest Gellner's Theory of Nationalism
  • Jacob T. Levy, The Multiculturalism of Fear
  • Eugen Weber, Eric Hobsbawm on Nationalism
  • Charles Tilly, Nationalism and the State

Volume 10, Number 1 -- Democracy and Truth

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Public Opinion and Democracy
  • Charles L. Griswold, Jr., Happiness, Tranquility, and Philosophy
  • Greg Hill, The Moral Economy: Keynes's Critique of Capitalist Justice
  • Jens Borchert, Welfare-State Retrenchment: Playing the National Card
  • Eric R.A.N. Smith, What Is Public Opinion?
  • Robert Weissberg, The Real Marketplace of Ideas
  • Thomas Bender, Clients or Citizens?
  • Fred Eidlin, Karl Popper, 1902-1994: Radical Fallibilism, Political Theory, and Democracy

Volume 9, Number 4 -- Human Nature and the Good

  • Ronald Beiner, Hermeneutical Generosity and Social Criticism
  • Donald Kuspit, Art and Capital: An Ironic Dialectic
  • A.R. Maryanski, What Is the Good Society for Hominoids?
  • Robert B. Edgerton, Bringing Human Nature Back In
  • R.J. Holton, Rational Choice Theory in Sociology
  • Zygmunt Bauman, Communitarianism, Freedom, and the Nation-State
  • Liah Greenfeld, The Worth of Nations: Some Economic Implications of Nationalism
  • Fred Carstensen, Civil Authority and the Articulation of Markets

Volume 9, Number 3 -- Schumpeter and Democracy

  • Manfred Prisching, The Limited Rationality of Democracy: Schumpeter as the Founder of Irrational Choice Theory
  • Peter Singer, Is There a Universal Moral Sense?
  • Peter Abell, Self-Management: Is It Postmodernist?
  • Ronald Beiner, Foucault's Hyper-Liberalism
  • Elliott Neaman, Mutiny on Board Modernity: Heidegger, Sorel, and Other Fascist Intellectuals
  • Henry N. Goldstein, Junk Bonds and Corporate America: Revisiting the Yago/Brock Debate
  • Ryszard Legutko, Libertarianism vs. Community: Reply to Simpson
  • Peter Simpson, Community in a New Libertarianism: Rejoinder to Legutko
  • Robert Higgs, Coercion Is Not a Societal Constant: Reply to Samuels
  • Warren J. Samuels, Society Is a Process of Mutual Coercion and Governance, Selectively Perceived: Rejoinder to Higgs
  • Robert E. Lane, Researching Happiness: Reply to Wilson

Volume 9, Numbers 1-2 -- double issue on Rational Choice Theory and Politics

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Economic Approaches to Politics
  • Robert P. Abelson, The Secret Existence of Expressive Behavior
  • Dennis Chong, Rational Choice Theory's Mysterious Rivals
  • Daniel Diermeier, Rational Choice and the Role of Theory in Political Science
  • John Ferejohn, Debra Satz, Unification, Universalism, and Rational Choice Theory
  • Morris P. Fiorina, Rational Choice, Empirical Contributions, and the Scientific Enterprise
  • Stanley Kelley, Jr., The Promise and Limitations of Rational Choice Theory
  • Robert E. Lane, What Rational Choice Explains
  • Susanne Lohmann, The Poverty of Green and Shapiro
  • James Bernard Murphy, Rational Choice Theory as Social Physics
  • Peter C. Ordeshook, Engineering or Science: What Is the Study of Politics?
  • Norman Schofield, Rational Choice and Political Economy
  • Kenneth A. Shepsle, Statistical Political Philosophy and Positive Political Theory
  • Michael Taylor, Battering RAMs
  • Donald P. Green, Ian Shapiro, Pathologies Revisited: Reflections on our Critics

Volume 8, Number 3 -- The Politics of Beauty

  • Richard Bellamy, Moralizing Markets
  • Daniel A. Dombrowski, The Politics of Ethology
  • Warren Shibles, Humanistic Art
  • Laurie Calhoun, Institutions and Deviance: Art and Psychiatry
  • Charles A. E. Goodhart, The Free Banking Challenge to Central Banks
  • Thomas A. Horne, Liberalism and the Problem of Poverty: Reply to Ashcraft
  • Richard Ashcraft, Exclusive and Inclusive Theories of Property Rights: Rejoinder to Horne
  • Greg Hill, Misreading Keynes: Reply to Garrison
  • David Felix, Interpreting Keynesian Instinct and Keynesian Theory: Reply to Garrison
  • Roger W. Garrison, High Interest, Low Demand, and Keynes: Rejoinder to Hill and Felix
  • Terry L. Anderson, Donald R. Leal, Freedom and the Environment: Reply to Critics
  • Mark Sagoff, Environmentalism vs. Value Subjectivism: Rejoinder to Anderson and Leal
  • Jane S. Shaw, Real People Prefer Free-Market Environmentalism: Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman, On Libertarian Anti-Intellectualism: Rejoinder to Shaw and Anderson & Leal

Volume 8, Number 2 -- Communitarianism (special issue)

  • Peter Simpson, Liberalism, State, and Community
  • James Hudson, Individual and Community: Charles Murray's Political Philosophy
  • Paul Rosenberg, Liberal Neutralism and the Social-Democratic Project
  • Brenda Almond, The Retreat from Liberty
  • Ronald Beiner, Revising the Self
  • Charles Taylor, Can Liberalism Be Communitarian?
  • Will Kymlicka, Communitarianism, Liberalism, and Superliberalism
  • John Tomasi, Community in the Minimal State
  • Jeffrey Friedman, The Politics of Communitarianism

Volume 8, Number 1 -- Post-Classical Liberalisms

  • Ryszard Legutko, On Postmodern Liberal Conservatism
  • Jacob Segal, A Storm from Paradise: Liberalism and the Problem of Time
  • Kevin Dowd, The Political Economy of Central Banking
  • Robert E. Lloyd, Government-Induced Market Failure: A Note on the Origins of FHA Mortgage Insurance
  • W. William Woolsey, Libertarianisms: Mainstream, Radical, and Post
  • David L. Brooks, The Problems of Postlibertarianism: Reply to Friedman
  • Raphael Sassower, Joseph Agassi, Avoiding the Posts: Reply to Friedman
  • Ingrid Harris, "Instincts into Sacred Cows": Are Hermeneutical Universals Reducible to Agreement? Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Truth and Liberation: Rejoinder to Brooks, Sassower and Agassi, and Harris

Volume 7, Number 4 -- The Welfare State (special issue)

  • Warren J. Samuels, The Growth of Government
  • Theodore R. Marmor, Understanding the Welfare State: Crisis, Critics, and Countercritics
  • David G.Green, Medical Care in Britain before the Welfare State
  • Alan Wolfe, What Ever Happened to Compassion?
  • David Miller, Public Goods without the State
  • David Schmidtz, Market Failure
  • Hal R. Varian, Markets for Public Goods?
  • Harold Demsetz, The Private Production of Public Goods, Once Again
  • David L. Prychitko, Formalism in Austrian-School Welfare Economics: Another Pretense of Knowledge?

Volume 7, Numbers 2-3 -- double issue on The Regulatory State

  • Jerome Rothenberg, Social Strategy & Tactics in the Search for Safety
  • Jack High, Self-Interest and Responsive Regulation
  • Robert W. Crandall, Regulation and the Rights Revolution: Can (Should) We Rescue the New Deal?
  • Glenn Yago, Ownership Change, Capital Access, and Economic Growth
  • James W. Brock, Junking Corporate America
  • Steven Horwitz, Government Intervention: Source or Scourge of Monetary Order?
  • Roger W. Garrison, The Roaring 20s and the Bullish 80s: The Role of Government in Boom and Bust
  • William N. Butos, The Recession and Austrian Business Cycle Theory: An Empirical Perspective
  • Catherine England, The Savings and Loan Debacle
  • Lawrence H. White, What Has Been Breaking U.S. Banks?
  • George Selgin, The Rationalization of Central Banks
  • Anna J. Schwartz, Are Central Banks Necessary?
  • David L. Prychitko, Jochen Runde, Christopher Torr, Stephan Boehm and Karl Farmer, Paul Davidson, Austrian and Post Keynesian Economics

Volume 7, Number 1 -- Liberalism

  • Leszek Kolakowski, On the Practicability of Liberalism: What about the Children?
  • Ronald Beiner, Richard Rorty's Liberalism
  • Richard A. Posner, Richard Rorty's Politics
  • Mark Blaug, Hayek Revisited
  • Lowell Gallaway, Richard Vedder, The Distributional Impact of the 1980s: Myth vs. Reality
  • Richard J. Ellis, The Case for Cultural Theory: Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Cultural Theory as Individualistic Ideology: Rejoinder to Ellis

Volume 6, Number 4 -- The Fed and the Recession

  • James Buchanan, David I. Fand, Monetary Malpractice: Intent, Impotence, or Incompetence?
  • Roger W. Garrison, Keynesian Splenetics: From Social Philosophy to Macroeconomics
  • Richard Ashcraft, Liberalism and the Problem of Poverty
  • N. Scott Arnold, Market Socialism
  • Richard A. Posner, Law as Politics: Horwitz on American Law, 1870-1960
  • Harvey C. Mansfield, Human Rights in Emergencies
  • Shlomit C. Schuster, Philosophy as if It Matters: The Practice of Philosophical Counseling
  • Alec Nove, Questions for Postlibertarians: Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Postlibertarianism Is Not Libertarianism: Rejoinder to Nove

Volume 6, Numbers 2-3 -- Double Issue on Environmentalism

  • Albert Weale, Nature versus the State? Markets, States, and Environmental Protection
  • Herman E. Daly, Free-Market Environmentalism: Turning a Good Servant into a Bad Master
  • Paul Heyne, For the Common Good?
  • Mark Sagoff, Free-Market versus Libertarian Environmentalism
  • Peter C. Yeager, The Politics of Efficiencies, the Efficiencies of Politics: States versus Markets in Environmental Protection
  • Kristin Schrader-Frechette, Science, Democracy, and Public Policy
  • Roger Taylor, The Environmental Implications of Liberalism
  • Laurent Dobuzinskis, Is Progressive Environmentalism an Oxymoron?
  • Gus diZerega, Social Ecology, Deep Ecology, and Liberalism
  • Erazim Kohak, Speaking to Trees
  • Stephan J. DeCanio, Carbon Rights and Economic Development
  • Emerey M. Roe, Global Warming as Analytic Tip
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Politics or Scholarship?
  • Paul Craig Roberts, The End of Sovietology: Reply to Nove
  • Alec Nove, The End of Sovietology: Rejoinder to Roberts

Volume 6, Number 1 -- After Libertarianism (special issue)

  • Richard Cornuelle, The Power and Poverty of Libertarian Thought
  • Roy B. Helfgott, Labor Process Theory vs. Reform in the Workplace
  • Dominick T. Armentano, Anti-Antitrust: Ideology or Economics? Reply to Scherer
  • F. M. Scherer, Anti-Antitrust: Ideology or Economics? Rejoinder to Armentano
  • Jan Narveson, Libertarianism, Postlibertarianism, and the Welfare State: Reply to Friedman
  • Antony Flew, Dissent from The New Consensus: Reply to Friedman
  • Tibor R. Machan, The Right to Private Property: Reply to Friedman
  • Donald N. McCloskey, Minimal Statism and Metamodernism: Reply to Friedman
  • Jeffrey Friedman, After Libertarianism: Rejoinder to Narveson, McCloskey, Flew, and Machan

Volume 5, Number 4 -- Big Business

  • John Halverson, Plato's Republic and Ours
  • Robert Higgs, Origins of the Corporate Liberal State
  • F.M. Scherer, Antitrust: Ideology or Economics?
  • Richard N. Langlois, The Capabilities of Industrial Capitalism
  • Richard Sylla, The Progressive Era and the Political Economy of Big Government
  • Alec Nove, Ideology, Planning and the Market
  • Jan Narveson, That Old-Time Religion: Reply to Herzog
  • Don Herzog, That Old-Time Religion: Rejoinder to Narveson
  • Israel M. Kirzner, F. A. Hayek, 1899-1992
  • M.L. Rantala, George Stigler, 1911-1991

Volume 5, Number 3 -- The Culture of Individualism

  • Aaron Wildavsky, Can Norms Rescue Self-Interest or Macro Explanation Be Joined to Micro?
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Accounting for Political Preferences: Cultural Theory vs. Cultural History
  • J.G. Merquior, Death to Homo Economicus
  • Susan Love Brown, Breaking the Habits of the Heart
  • J.G. Merquior, In Quest of Modern Culture: Hysterical or Historical Humanism?
  • Gregory R. Johnson, A Friend of Reason: Jos╝ Guilherme Merquior
  • Jeffrey Friedman, Ernest Gellner, J. G. Merquior, 1941-1991

Volume 5, Number 2 -- Postmodernism (special issue)

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Postmodernism vs. Postlibertarianism
  • Donald W. Livingston, Hayek as Humean
  • G.B. Madison, The Practice of Theory, the Theory of Practice
  • Donald N. McCloskey, The Essential Rhetoric of Law, Literature and Liberty
  • David Roochnik, Stanley Fish & the Old Quarrel between Rhetoric and Philosophy
  • Calvin O. Schrag, Reconstructing Reason in the Aftermath of Deconstruction
  • Carl Rapp, The Crisis of Reason in Contemporary Thought: Some Reflections on the Arguments of Postmodernism
  • Clifford F. Thies, Business Cycles and Black Holes

Volume 5, Number 1 -- After Communism

  • Andrzej Walicki, Russia, Before the Coup and After
  • Ryszard Legutko, The Free Market in a Republic
  • G.B. Madison, The Politics of Postmodernity
  • Gene Smiley, Can Keynesianism Explain the 1930s?: Reply to Cowen
  • Tyler Cowen, Can Keynesianism Explain the 1930s?: Rejoinder to Smiley
  • Alec Nove, The Soviet Experiment with Pure Communism: Reply to Boettke
  • Peter J. Boettke, The Soviet Experiment with Pure Communism: Rejoinder to Nove
  • Jan Narveson, Shopping-Mall Liberalism: Reply to Legutko
  • Ryszard Legutko, Shopping-Mall Liberalism: Rejoinder to Narveson
  • Bruce J. Caldwell, Ludwig M. Lachmann, 1906-1990: A Reminiscence

Volume 4, Number 4 -- The Welfare State (special issue)

  • Nathan Glazer, Is Welfare a Legitimate Government Goal?
  • Charles Murray, The Prospects for Muddling Through
  • Howard Husock, The Roots of Homelessness
  • Stephen Davies, Edwin Chadwick and the Genesis of the English Welfare State
  • Anthony De Jasay, A Stocktaking of Perversities
  • Norman P. Barry, The Philosophy of the Welfare State
  • Lars Tragardh, Swedish Model or Swedish Culture?
  • Elliot Yale Neaman, German Collectivism and the Welfare State
  • David L. Prychitko, The Welfare State: What Is Left?
  • Jeffrey Friedman, The New Consensus: II. The Democratic Welfare State
  • David T. Beito, Mutual Aid for Social Welfare: The Case of American Fraternal Societies
  • Angelo Petroni, W. W. Bartley, III, 1934-1990

Volume 4, Number 3 -- Liberalism and Relativism (special issue)

  • J.G. Merquior, For the Sake of the Whole
  • Ryszard Legutko, Society as a Department Store
  • Aletheia Jackson, For the Love of Whizdom
  • Struan Jacobs, Post-Liberalism vs. Temperate Liberalism
  • James D. McCawley, The Dark Side of Reason
  • Laurence Dickey, Pride, Hypocrisy & Civility in Mandeville's Social and Historical Theory
  • Ian Shapiro, J.G.A. Pocock's Republicanism & Political Theory: A Critique & Reinterpretation
  • Tibor R. Machan, Chris Sciabarra, From Aristotle to Marx

Volume 3, Number 1 -- Structuralism & Post-Structuralism (special issue)

  • Jeffrey Friedman, Liberalism and Post-Structuralism
  • Raymond Tallis, A Cure for Theorrhea
  • Art Berman, Not So Fast
  • Stephen Cox, Devices of Deconstruction
  • Rafe Champion, Toward Constructive Deconstruction
  • Gerald Graff, Toward Constructive Deconstruction: Reply to Champion
  • Geoffrey Sampson, That Strange Realm Called Theory
  • Karen Shabetai, Facts Are Stubborn Things
  • Stanley Corngold, Potential Violence in Paul de Man
  • Kenneth Minogue, Can Radicalism Survive Michel Foucault?
  • Mark Poster, Why Not to Read Foucault

Volume 2, Number 1

  • Andrzej Walicki, Liberalism in Poland
  • Jeremy Shearmur, Habermas: A Critical Approach
  • John Hospers, Subjective Reality
  • Peter Munz, Sense Perception and the Reality of the World
  • Anthony O'Hear, The Evolution of Knowledge
  • I.C. Jarvie, Evolutionary Epistemology
  • Lee Cronk, Human History as Natural History
  • David Ramsay Steele, How We Got Here
  • Tom G. Palmer, Sheldon Richman, Dennis Auerbach, Jeffrey Friedman, Liberalism in Search of Its Self

Volume 1, Number 4

  • John Durham Peters, The Control of Information
  • Milton Mueller, Technology Out of Control
  • Ralph Rector, Has Market Coordination Been Replaced?
  • Richard M. Ebeling, Cooperation in Anonymity
  • Donald J. Boudreaux, Merger Paranoia
  • Richard Vatz, Lee Weinberg, Trivializing Anti-Psychiatry
  • Chris Sciabarra, The Crisis of Libertarian Dualism
  • Christopher Phelan, A Defense of Rational Expectations/General Equilibrium Analysis Against Austrian Objections
  • Mordecai Schwartz, Gus diZerega, Religion and Post-Modern Liberalism

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