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政治思想史

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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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ハンス・ケルゼン全集 第9巻:論文集 1921~23年
Kelsen, Hans, Werke. Bd. 9: Veroeffentlichte Schriften 1921-1923. 700 S. 2024:9 (Mohr, GW) <727-443>
ISBN 978-3-16-150667-3 hard ¥49,060.- (税込) EUR 200.00

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Bellido, Francisco J., Constitutional Debates, Rhetoric, and Political Philosophy in Spain's Parliamentary History. (Rhetoric, Politics and Society) 217 pp. 2024:4 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <726-498>
ISBN 978-3-031-56893-0 hard ¥26,979.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book examines the conceptual contributions of constituent representatives in Spain during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The Spanish Parliament has been the stage for the political modernisation of the country. Constitutional debates have historically led to the gradual acknowledgement and broadening - usually unevenly - of citizens' rights. At the same time, constitutional debates have created opportunities to design institutions and settle legal mechanisms to enforce rights and distribute state resources. The book identifies and analyses rhetorical and conceptual innovations produced in such debates from a historical perspective.

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G.オーウェル・ハンドブック
Waddell, Nathan (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of George Orwell. (Oxford Handbooks) 864 pp. 2025:1 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <726-28>
ISBN 978-0-19-886069-3 hard ¥47,108.- (税込) GB£ 161.00

The Oxford Handbook of George Orwell offers a wide-ranging reconsideration of Orwell's life and work, focusing on the extensive connections between his novels, essays, diaries, columns, letters, and reviews. Accessible to general readers and to established scholars alike, forty-eight chapters written by an international team of Orwell specialists address familiar topics-such as Orwell's journalism, broadcasting, literary criticism, and politics-as well as less well-trodden areas of his output, such as his accounts of stupidity, kindness, and justice, and his connections with contemporaries like Jack Common, Katharine Burdekin, Wyndham Lewis, and Victor Serge. Sections on Orwell's professional activities, his main literary influences, his politics, his intellectual fixations, his literary contemporaries, and his legacies structure the book, which moves thematically and topically through the full scope of his output. The first section looks at how Orwell spent his time as a writer, reader, and broadcaster. Chapters on writers from Shakespeare to the modernists investigate the determinants of Orwell's literary practice. The book then turns to a set of political contexts in which Orwell's writing can be understood. The 'Fixations' section covers the familiar, such as Orwell's account of Englishness, and the unfamiliar, such as his account of the absurd. The fifth section relates Orwell to several politically minded contemporaries, tracing connections and differences between their writing. The final section of the Handbook reflects on how Orwell sounds through several literary and socio-political legacies, and includes innovative considerations of feminism, Afrofuturism, and queer speculative fiction.

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P.オーウェンズ著 男性なき国際思想史
Owens, Patricia, Erased: A History of International Thought Without Men. 408 pp. 2025:1 (Princeton U. Pr., US) <725-510>
ISBN 978-0-691-26644-2 hard ¥7,969.- (税込) US$ 35.00

How a field built on the intellectual labor and expertise of women erased them The academic field of international relations presents its own history as largely a project of elite white men. And yet women played a prominent role in the creation of this new cross-disciplinary field. In Erased, Patricia Owens shows that, since its beginnings in the early twentieth century, international relations relied on the intellectual labour of women and their expertise on such subjects as empire and colonial administration, anticolonial organising, non-Western powers, and international organisations. Indeed, women were among the leading international thinkers of the era, shaping the development of the field as scholars, journalists and public intellectuals-and as heterosexual spouses and intimate same-sex partners.Drawing on a wide range of archival sources, and weaving together personal, institutional and intellectual narratives, Owens documents key moments and locations in the effort to forge international relations as a separate academic discipline in Britain. She finds that women's ideas and influence were first marginalised and later devalued, ignored and erased. Examining the roles played by some of the most important women thinkers in the field, including Margery Perham, Merze Tate, Eileen Power, Margaret Cleeve, Coral Bell and Susan Strange, Owens traces the intellectual and institutional legacies of misogyny and racism. She argues that the creation of international relations was a highly gendered and racialised project that failed to understand plurality on a worldwide scale. Acknowledging this intellectual failure, and recovering the history of women in the field, points to possible sources for its renewal.

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Q.スキナー著 独立としての自由-政治的理念の形成と解体
Skinner, Quentin, Liberty as Independence: The Making and Unmaking of a Political Ideal. 348 pp. 2024:11 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <725-511>
ISBN 978-1-107-02773-2 hard ¥8,774.- (税込) GB£ 29.99

What does liberty entail? How have concepts of liberty changed over time? And what are the global consequences? This book surveys the history of rival views of liberty from antiquity to modern times. Quentin Skinner traces the understanding of liberty as independence from the classical ideal to early modern Britain, culminating in the claims of the Whig oligarchy to have transformed this idea into reality. Yet, with the Whig vision of a free state and civil society undermined by the American Revolution of 1776, Skinner explores how claims that liberty was fulfilled by an absence of physical or coercive restraint came to prominence. Liberty as Independence examines new dimensions of these rival views, considering the connections between debates on liberty and debates on slavery, and demonstrating how these ideas were harnessed in feminist discussions surrounding limitations on the liberty of women. The concept of liberty is inherently global, and Skinner argues strongly for the reinstatement of the understanding of liberty as independence.

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Williams, David Lay, The Greatest of All Plagues: How Economic Inequality Shaped Political Thought from Plato to Marx. 424 pp. 2024:9 (Princeton U. Pr., US) <725-512>
ISBN 978-0-691-17197-5 hard ¥7,969.- (税込) US$ 35.00

How the great political thinkers have persistently warned against the dangers of economic inequalityEconomic inequality is one of the most daunting challenges of our time, with public debate often turning to questions of whether it is an inevitable outcome of economic systems and what, if anything, can be done about it. But why, exactly, should inequality worry us? The Greatest of All Plagues demonstrates that this underlying question has been a central preoccupation of some of the most eminent political thinkers of the Western intellectual tradition.David Lay Williams shares bold new perspectives on the writings and ideas of Plato, Jesus, Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, and Karl Marx. He shows how they describe economic inequality as a source of political instability and a corrupter of character and soul, and how they view unchecked inequality as a threat to their most cherished values, such as justice, faith, civic harmony, peace, democracy, and freedom. Williams draws invaluable insights into the societal problems generated by what Plato called "the greatest of all plagues," and examines the solutions employed through the centuries.An eye-opening work of intellectual history, The Greatest of All Plagues recovers a forgotten past for some of the most timeless books in the Western canon, revealing how economic inequality has been a paramount problem throughout the history of political thought.

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Leon Casero, Jorge / Urabayen, Julia (eds.), Rethinking Democracy for Post-Utopian Worlds: Alternative Political Projects After the Sovereign State. (Palgrave Studies in Utopianism) 338 pp. 2024:7 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <724-590>
ISBN 978-3-031-53490-4 hard ¥31,885.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This book is both a conceptualization and detailed analysis of the current crisis in which modern utopian categories of political institutions find themselves, as well as a reflection and clarification of the new dangers and opportunities facing post-utopian politics in-the-making. Met with those who believe that no more utopian political projects are possible, the post-utopian movement maintains a non-fantastic or illusory character of being able to apply new great discourses and radically democratic historical narratives, while respecting both the autonomy and emancipation of individuals as plurality and the socio-cultural differences of communities. With this purpose in mind, the book is divided into five thematically differentiated sections: the new utopian categories beyond modern epistemes; the possibility of liberal utopian democracies without neoliberalism; the opportunities of socialist empowerments and insurgencies; the necessity of thinking in the space between two ages; andthe urgency to create eco-political post-utopias.

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E.C.Page著 ヴェーバーによる官僚制の理解-シャルルマーニュ以降の欧州における国家の発展、官僚制、官僚-
Page, Edward C., Weber's Scorecard: State Development, Bureaucracy, and Officialdom in Europe since Charlemagne. 304 pp. 2024:9 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <724-591>
ISBN 978-0-19-890427-4 hard ¥28,967.- (税込) GB£ 99.00

This book examines Max Weber's understanding of bureaucracy by applying his ideas to the development of officialdom from the ninth century to the present in six territories: England, Sweden, France, Germany, Spain, and Hungary. Edward Page takes a broad view of bureaucracy that includes not only officials in important central or national institutions but also those providing goods and services locally. The 'scorecard' is based on expected developments in four key areas of Weber's analysis: the functional differentiation of tasks within government, professionalism, formalism, and monocracy. After discussing the character of officialdom in the ninth, twelfth, fifteenth, eighteenth, and twenty-first centuries, the book reveals that Weber's scorecard has a mixed record, especially weak in its account of the development of monocracy and formalism. A final chapter discusses alternative conceptions of bureaucratic development and sets out an account based on understanding processes of routinization, institutional integration, and the instrumentalization of law.

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White, Jonathan, In the Long Run: The Future as a Political Idea. 272 pp. 2024:2 (Profile Books, UK) <724-594>
ISBN 978-1-80081-230-7 hard ¥5,852.- (税込) GB£ 20.00

Exhilarating' Financial Times 'Highly perceptive, engaging and somewhat startling' Literary Review 'A profound meditation on how and why democracy must keep its faith in the future and the future must keep its faith in democracy' David Runciman Democracy is future-oriented and self-correcting: today's problems can be solved, we are told, in tomorrow's elections. But the biggest issues facing the modern world - from climate collapse and pandemics to recession and world war - each apparently bring us to the edge of the irreversible. What happens to democracy when the future seems no longer open? In this eye-opening history of ideas, Jonathan White investigates how politics has long been directed by shifting visions of the future, from the birth of ideologies in the nineteenth century to Cold War secrecy and the excesses of the neoliberal age. As an inescapable sense of disaster defines our politics, White argues that a political commitment to the long-term may be the best way to safeguard democracy. Wide in scope and sharply observed, In the Long Run is a history of the future that urges us to make tomorrow new again.

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Lesch, Charles H. T., Maimonides and Jewish Theocracy: The Human Hand of Divine Rule. (Elements in Comparative Political Theory) 2024:7 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <724-119>
ISBN 978-1-00-946811-4 hard ¥14,626.- (税込) GB£ 49.99
ISBN 978-1-108-79342-1 paper ¥4,974.- (税込) GB£ 17.00

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人々の熟議-J.-J.ルソーの政治哲学のコンテクストと概念
Penigaud de Mourgues, Theophile, Les deliberations du peuple: contexte et concepts de la philosophie politique de Jean-Jacques Rousseau. (Politiques) 467 p. 2024:3 (Classiques Garnier, FR) <724-15>
ISBN 978-2-406-16529-3 hard ¥22,567.- (税込) EUR 92.00
ISBN 978-2-406-16528-6 paper ¥9,566.- (税込) EUR 39.00

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D.ランシマン著 思想史
Runciman, David, The History of Ideas: Equality, Justice and Revolution. 320 pp. 2024:7 (Profile Books, UK) <724-16>
ISBN 978-1-80081-590-2 hard ¥6,437.- (税込) GB£ 22.00 *

In this bold new follow-up to Confronting Leviathan, David Runciman unmasks modern politics and reveals the great men and women of ideas behind it. What can Samuel Butler's ideas teach us about the oddity of how we choose to organise our societies? How did Frederick Douglass not only expose the horrors of slavery, but champion a new approach to abolishing it? Why should we tolerate snobbery, betrayal and hypocrisy, as Judith Shklar suggested? And what does Friedrich Nietzsche predict for our future? From Rousseau to Rawls, fascism to feminism and pleasure to anarchy, this is a mind-bending tour through the history of ideas which will forever change your view of politics today.

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C.J.Nederman他編 政治思想史研究ハンドブック
Nederman, Cary J. / Bogiaris, Guillaume (eds.), Research Handbook on the History of Political Thought. (Research Handbooks in Political Thought) 486 pp. 2024:6 (E. Elgar, UK) <722-594>
ISBN 978-1-80037-379-2 hard ¥65,835.- (税込) GB£ 225.00 *

This insightful Handbook reviews the key frameworks guiding political scientists and historians of political thought. Comprehensive in scope, it covers historical methodology, traditions, epochs, and classic authors and texts, spanning from ancient Greece until the nineteenth century.Elucidating the evolution and current state of the field, the Handbook emphasizes the value of studying the history of political ideas to gain a critical perspective on our own embedded cultural predispositions. Authors analyze various intellectual schools, such as Stoicism, Christianity, Islam, Liberalism, Republicanism, and Libertarianism, and discuss hermeneutical strategies to reading historical texts, including approaches from the Cambridge School and the Straussians. Providing a broad overview of Western political ideas, an international range of contributors also demonstrate cognizance of global theoretical movements and their significance for historical inquiry. They reexamine the standard canon of political thinkers in light of topics such as gender, colonization, and race, exploring the ideas of, amongst others, Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Wollstonecraft, and Marx.Accessible to undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as established scholars, this Handbook is a crucial resource for academics in political science, philosophy, intellectual history, and economics, as well as scholars who study economic thought, law and politics. It will also appeal to scholars seeking a clear understanding of the key concepts that continue to influence contemporary theory and research across the social sciences.

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Wolfel, Brian, Thomas Carlyle and the Political Universe: From American Transcendentalism to an Elusive Post-Liberalism. 266 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-595>
ISBN 978-1-66695-423-4 hard ¥26,185.- (税込) US$ 115.00 *

Thomas Carlyle and the Political Universe: From American Transcendentalism to an Elusive Post-Liberalism recognizes and reckons with Thomas Carlyle's broad and deep influence on politics, on a global scale. Having influenced and inspired iconic and impactful political thinkers and actors such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, John Stuart Mill, Charles Dickens, Karl Marx, and Martin Luther King Jr., among so many others, Carlyle is a captivating persona in modern political history. In this way, if there is one person who could be said to be the central figure of what may be called the "political universe," all that the term politics comprises, Brian Wolfel argues that it is Thomas Carlyle. As the point of nexus of so many political figures embodying such a diversity of political persuasions, Carlyle is also a significant philosopher in Plato's lineage whose ideas can be further constructed and developed in the context of the work of prominent 20th-century political thinkers such as John Rawls, Alasdair MacIntyre, Jacques Ellul, and Sayyid Qutb. Carlyle's conceptualization of transcendentalism in Sartor Resartus was a foundation for Emerson, Thoreau, and American Transcendentalism. In the midst of ideological battle in the 20th and 21st centuries, among such ideologies as liberalism, communism, fascism, and Islamism, Carlyle's transcendentalism largely went unnoticed as a potential ideological competitor. Carlyle's transcendentalism can be developed and constructed in the contexts of modern political theory and religion, and can be defended and promoted as a potential post-liberalism, a refinement of and evolution from liberal democracy and capitalism.

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Mertens, Stefan, Die Wiedergewinnung der Wuerde des Politischen: Eine Untersuchung der werkgeschichtlichen Entwicklung des systematischen politischen Denkens G. W. F. Hegels von seiner fruehen Jenaer bis zu und innerhalb seiner Berliner Zeit mit einem Seitenblick auf die politische Theorie Hannah Arendts. 1000 S. 2024:4 (Koenigshausen & Neumann, GW) <722-29>
ISBN 978-3-8260-8573-4 paper ¥19,133.- (税込) EUR 78.00

Die vorliegende Abhandlung beansprucht eine Verteidigung der Philosophie gegen den von Hannah Arendt geaeusserten Vorwurf ihrer prinzipiellen ≫Feindseligkeit≪ im Hinblick auf den Sachverhalt des Politischen in der Weise einer Darstellung der werkgeschichtlichen Entwicklung des systematischen politischen Denkens G. W. F. Hegels (1770?1831) auf der Grundlage seiner philosophischen Position eines ontologischen Monismus zu sein. Diese Untersuchung zeigt, dass sich die Entwicklung des systematischen politischen Denkens Hegels mit einer fruehen staatstheoretischen Hinwendungsphase, einer philosophischen Grundlegungs- und Orientierungsphase, einem phaenomenologischen Abschnitt und einer philosophischen Ausfuehrungs- und Ausdifferenzierungsphase in vier grundlegenden Phasen vollzieht, und dass er mit seinem metaphysischen politischen Denken in inhaltlicher Hinsicht wesentlich den Anspruch verbindet, dem Sachverhalt des Politischen eine eigene Wuerde zu verleihen.

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プロテスタントの政治思想-グローバルな史料集 第1巻:1517~1660年
Rowley, Matthew / van der Tol, Marietta (eds.), A Global Sourcebook in Protestant Political Thought. Volume I: 1517-1660. 738 pp. 2024:7 (Routledge, UK) <721-566>
ISBN 978-1-03-216209-6 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *
ISBN 978-1-03-216210-2 paper ¥10,530.- (税込) GB£ 35.99 *

This first volume of A Global Sourcebook in Protestant Political Thought provides a window into the early Protestant world, and the ways in which Protestants wrestled with politics and religion in the wake of the Reformation.This period saw political authorities and church hierarchies challenged and defended by scholars, clerics, and laypeople alike. The volume engages the full spectrum of Protestants, with reference to theology, geography, ethnicity, historical importance, socio-economic background, and gender. This diversity highlights how Protestants felt pulled towards differing political positions and used several maps to chart their course - conscience, custom, history, ecclesiastical tradition, and the laws of God, nature, nation, or community. On most important issues, Protestants lined up on opposing sides. Additionally, Catholic and Eastern Orthodox political thought, as well as interactions with Jewish and Muslim texts and thinkers, profoundly influenced different directions taken in the history of Protestant political thought. Even as our own time is fraught with deep disagreement and political polarisation, so too was early modern Europe, and we might read it in the anxieties, uncertainties, hopes, and expectations that the sources vividly express.This sourcebook will enrich both research and classroom teaching in politics, theology, and history, whether geared towards general political or religious history, or towards more specialised courses on colonialism, warfare, gender, race or religious diversity.

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R.メーリング著 C.シュミットに関する新研究
Mehring, Reinhard, "Dass die Luft die Erde frisst…": Neue Studien zu Carl Schmitt. 314 S. 2023:12 (Nomos, GW) <721-298>
ISBN 978-3-7560-1246-6 paper ¥18,152.- (税込) EUR 74.00 *

Carl Schmitt fuer Kenner: Diese neuen ? teils unveroeffentlichten, teils ueberarbeiteten ? Studien bearbeiten Forschungsdesiderate auf neuer Quellenbasis. Korrespondenzen mit Weggefaehrten und Kritikern wie Feuchtwanger, Heidegger und Voegelin sowie die Kette der ?Schmittianer“: von Bilfinger und Lohmann bis Boeckenfoerde. Ein thematischer Schwerpunkt liegt auf dem NS-Voelkerrechtler und dessen Nachkriegslegenden im Spiegel der Dichtung, die Schmitt kanonpolitisch gegen den Mainstream-Strich las.

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Markovits Pessel, Francine, Le congres des religions: commentaire philosophique du Banquet des sept sages de Jean Bodin. (Philosophie) 180 p. 2024:2 (Hermann, FR) <721-18>
ISBN 979-10-370-3355-0 paper ¥6,132.- (税込) EUR 25.00

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D.ヒュームの政治思想
Zubia, Aaron Alexander, The Political Thought of David Hume: The Origins of Liberalism and the Modern Political Imagination. 386 pp. 2024:2 (U. Notre Dame Pr., US) <721-19>
ISBN 978-0-268-20780-9 hard ¥15,939.- (税込) US$ 70.00 *

Aaron Alexander Zubia argues that the Epicurean roots of David Hume's philosophy gave rise to liberalism's unrelenting grip on the modern political imagination. Eighteenth-century Scottish philosopher David Hume has had an outsized impact on the political thinkers who came after him, from the nineteenth-century British Utilitarians to modern American social contract theorists. In this thorough and thoughtful new work, Aaron Alexander Zubia examines the forces that shaped Hume's thinking within the broad context of intellectual history, with particular focus on the ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus and the skeptical tradition. Zubia argues that through Hume's influence, Epicureanism-which elevates utility over moral truth-became the foundation of liberal political philosophy, which continues to dominate and limit political discourse today.

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国民国家以前の国家-古代から現在までの都市国家と帝国の間
Schoen, Anna Marisa, Nations before the Nation-State: Between City-State and Empire from Antiquity to the Present. 236 pp. 2024:7 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <720-562>
ISBN 978-1-00-944121-6 hard ¥20,482.- (税込) GB£ 70.00 *
ISBN 978-1-00-944125-4 paper ¥6,726.- (税込) GB£ 22.99

Throughout Antiquity and the Middle Ages, thinkers understood nations as communities defined by common language, culture, and descent, and sharing strong bonds of belonging and solidarity. Even so, they did not assume that nations would also be appropriate units of government. The recovery of this historical understanding, in turn, yields valuable insights for contemporary political dilemmas. Nations Before the Nation-State offers the first extended study of the idea of the nation in ancient and medieval political thought. It recovers a pre-modern conception of the nation as a cultural and linguistic community, rather than a political association, and examines better means for thinking about nationhood. Offering a historic perspective from which to address challenges of nationalism, this book engages with debates on multiculturalism, liberal nationalism, and constitutional patriotism and argues that contemporary political dilemmas can be resolved more organically by recovering modes of thinking that have resolved similar tensions for centuries.

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いかにJ.S.ミルが米国の言論の自由の保護を形成したか
Kasper, Eric T. / Kozma, Troy A., The Supreme Court and the Philosopher: How John Stuart Mill Shaped US Free Speech Protections. 288 pp. 2024:4 (Northern Illinois U. Pr., US) <720-12>
ISBN 978-1-5017-7451-5 hard ¥10,234.- (税込) US$ 44.95 *

The Supreme Court and the Philosopher illustrates how the modern US Supreme Court has increasingly adopted a view of the constitutional right to the freedom of expression that is classically liberal in nature, reflecting John Stuart Mill's reasoning in On Liberty. A landmark treatise outlining the merits of limiting governmental and social power over the individual, On Liberty advocates for a maximum protection of human freedom. Proceeding case by case and covering a wide array of issues, such as campaign finance, offensive speech, symbolic speech, commercial speech, online expression, and false statements, Eric T. Kasper and Troy A. Kozma show how the Supreme Court justices have struck down numerous laws for infringing on the freedom of expression. Kasper and Kozma demonstrate how the adoption of Mill's version of free speech began with Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. more than a century ago and expanded over time to become the prevailing position of the Court today. The authors argue that this embrace of Mill's rationale has led to an unmistakable reorientation in the Court's understanding of free expression jurisprudence. The Supreme Court and the Philosopher is the first book to comprehensively explore how the political philosophy of Mill has influenced the highest court in the land. In targeting the underlying philosophical reasons that explain why the modern Supreme Court renders its First Amendment decisions, this book is particularly timely, as the issues of censorship and freedom of expression are debated in the public square today.

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McCrudden Illert, Kathleen, A Republic of Sympathy: Sophie de Grouchy's Politics and Philosophy, 1785-1815. (Ideas in Context) 293 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <720-13>
ISBN 978-1-00-948244-8 hard ¥24,871.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

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ヘーゲルとイタリア政治思想
Gallo, Fernanda, Hegel and Italian Political Thought: The Practice of Ideas, 1832-1900. (Ideas in Context) 305 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <720-22>
ISBN 978-1-00-949412-0 hard ¥26,334.- (税込) GB£ 90.00

Across Italy in the nineteenth century, a generation of intellectuals engaged with Hegel's philosophy while actively participating in Italian political life. Hegel and Italian Political Thought traces the reception and transformation of these ideas, exploring how Hegelian concepts were reworked into political practices by Italians who had participated in the 1848 revolution, who would lead the new Italian State after unification, and who would continue to play a central role in Italian politics until the end of the century. Fernanda Gallo investigates the particular features of Italian Hegelianism, demonstrating how intellectuals insisted on the historical and political dimension of Hegel's idealism. Set apart from the broader European reception, these thinkers presented a critical Hegelianism closer to practice than ideas, to history than metaphysics. This study challenges conventional hierarchies in the study of Italian political thought, exploring how the ideas of Hegel acquired newfound political power when brought into connection with their specific historical context.

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形成中のイギリス近代国際思想-ホッブズからベンサムまでの政治学と経済
Bourcier, Benjamin / Jakonen, Mikko (eds.), British Modern International Thought in the Making: Politics and Economy from Hobbes to Bentham. (International Political Theory) 314 pp. 2024:2 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <720-11>
ISBN 978-3-031-45712-8 hard ¥24,526.- (税込) EUR 99.99 *

This book articulates international political theory in dialogue with economics on several questions. It asks: how has modern international theory been adjusted and nourished by economic ideas, theories and practices? How far has the distinctive contribution of some theorists to international theory been informed by their views on economy? What has been the impact of the theory of the state for economic and international theory? What sort of economic thinking has led to revise the debates constitutive for the modern international realm? How have economic debates been rhetorically connected to political debates in the field of international relations?

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K.シュミットと政治的左派
Hartmann, Leon / Kaufmann, Sebastian / Wenner, M. (Hrsg.), Multipolare Begegnungen: Carl Schmitt und die politische Linke. 270 S. 2023:12 (K. Alber, GW) <719-695>
ISBN 978-3-495-99404-7 paper ¥14,472.- (税込) EUR 59.00

Der vorliegende Band untersucht die komplexen Beziehungen zwischen der politischen Linken und Carl Schmitt, einem der praegendsten und umstrittensten politischen Theoretiker des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die hier versammelten Beitraege beleuchten, wie Vertreterinnen und Vertreter unterschiedlicher linker Stroemungen - vom radikalen Marxismus bis hin zum Linksliberalismus - Schmitts Werk rezipieren und dabei zwischen Annaeherung und Abgrenzung changieren. Die Beitraege analysieren die historischen Kontexte der Auseinandersetzungen und bieten Zugaenge zur Schmitt-Rezeption aus verschiedenen methodischen und disziplinaeren Perspektiven. Nicht zuletzt eroeffnet der vorliegende Band damit auch Einblicke in die internen Spannungen und Lagerkaempfe innerhalb der politischen Linken. Mit Beitraegen von Bianca Maria Esposito Hjalmar Falk Leon Hartmann Felix Herkert Sebastian Jan Kaufmann Jan Kerkmann Carl Antonius Lemke Duque Reinhard Mehring Jacob Schultz Eva Stubenrauch Peter Techet Milan Wenner Markus Winkler

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ケルゼンのグローバルな遺産-法・政治哲学研究
Nunez, Jorge Emilio / Villa Rosas, Gonzalo et al. (eds.), Kelsen's Global Legacy: Essays on the Legal and Political Philosophy. 528 pp. 2024:10 (Hart, UK) <719-415>
ISBN 978-1-5099-6580-9 hard ¥27,797.- (税込) GB£ 95.00

This unique volume brings together leading academics and researchers from different legal traditions to discuss the work and impact of Hans Kelsen, the most influential legal philosopher with global reach. Using his Pure Theory of Law and his theory of democracy as a lingua franca, the book allows for dialogues between jurisdictions and legal traditions and serves as a point of departure for further research on several themes such as state, international, and non-state law. The volume covers four themes. The first part focuses on Kelsen's often overlooked assumptions and the resultant conception of law. The second section refers in particular to Kelsen's understanding of legal norms and some of its most salient elements and features such as sanction and validity. The third part explores a variety of questions concerning Kelsen's views on international and non-state law in general and their implications in some jurisdictions. The final section brings Kelsen's legal and political theory together by assessing its relevance to democracy.

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G.Raulet著 政治的啓蒙思想
Raulet, Gerard, Lumieres politiques. 431 p. 2024:1 (PUF, FR) <719-20>
ISBN 978-2-13-084279-8 paper ¥6,132.- (税込) EUR 25.00 *

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P.R.ヴィオティ著 K.ウォルツ-知的伝記
Viotti, Paul R., Kenneth Waltz: An Intellectual Biography. 280 pp. 2024:4 (Columbia U. Pr., US) <718-545>
ISBN 978-0-231-17882-2 hard ¥7,969.- (税込) US$ 35.00 *

Kenneth Waltz (1924-2013) is perhaps the most enduringly influential figure in international relations theory of the second half of the twentieth century. He is considered the father of the structural-realist or neorealist school, and his views on core questions, such as the causes of war and the structure of the international system, are foundational to the field today and likely will remain so for decades to come. Waltz's writings on both theoretical and policy-related topics, from the balance of power to the spread of nuclear weapons, continue to fuel debate.This book is a groundbreaking intellectual biography of Kenneth Waltz, shedding new light on the development and significance of his key contributions. Paul R. Viotti draws on extensive, candid interviews with Waltz as well as Waltz's personal files and archival research to provide a nuanced account of the great scholar's life and thought. He traces the intellectual sources and personal experiences that shaped Waltz's work, including an intense Lutheran upbringing; service in World War II and the Korean War; and the academic environments of Oberlin College, Columbia University, and the University of California, Berkeley. Viotti examines the key influences on Waltz's major works, Man, the State, and War and Theory of International Politics, and analyzes their distinctive insights. Engaging with the views of Waltz's critics and featuring reminiscences from his colleagues, this book is a compelling portrait of an intellectual titan.

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E.バーク
Carroll, Ross, Edmund Burke. (Classic Thinkers) 224 pp. 2024:5 (Polity Pr., UK) <718-24>
ISBN 978-1-5095-3864-5 hard ¥15,926.- (税込) US$ 69.95
ISBN 978-1-5095-3865-2 paper ¥5,680.- (税込) US$ 24.95

Few thinkers have provoked such violently opposing reactions as Edmund Burke. A giant of eighteenth-century political and intellectual life, Burke has been praised as a prophet who spied the terror latent in revolutionary or democratic ideologies, and condemned as defender of social hierarchy and outmoded political institutions. Ross Carroll tempers these judgments by situating Burke's arguments in relation to the political controversies of his day. Burke's writings must be understood as rhetorically brilliant exercises in political persuasion aimed less at defending abstract truths than at warning his contemporaries about the corrosive forces - ideological, social, and political - that threatened their society. Drawing on Burke's enormous corpus, Carroll presents a nuanced portrait of Burke as, above all, a diagnostician of political misrule, whether domestic, foreign, or imperial. Burke's lasting value, Carroll argues, derives less from the content of his specific positions than from the difficult questions he forces us to ask of ourselves. This engaging and illuminating account of Burke's work is a vital reference for students and scholars of history, philosophy, and political thought.

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〔英語版〕R.フォアスト著 カント以後の批判的構築主義
Forst, Rainer, The Noumenal Republic: Critical Constructivism After Kant. 256 pp. 2024:4 (Polity Pr., UK) <718-34>
ISBN 978-1-5095-6225-1 hard ¥15,926.- (税込) US$ 69.95 *
ISBN 978-1-5095-6226-8 paper ¥6,135.- (税込) US$ 26.95 *

All human beings are born with equal dignity and possess equal rights. This statement appears normatively just as irrefutable as it is empirically refuted every day. But what are the grounds of this principle, and how should we think about its realization? Its philosophical truth can best be explained by going back to (and beyond) Kant's notion of a 'noumenal republic' in which every person is an equal co-author of the laws that bind all. At the same time, a critical analysis of society and politics must show the extent to which the reality of power and ideology makes a mockery of this constructivist conception of dignity. To bridge the gap between unworldly idealism and practical hopelessness, we need a critical theory after Kant. Rainer Forst, one of the world's most influential political philosophers, works to develop just such a theory in this powerful and illuminating volume. It contains no less than a new systematic account of concepts such as alienation, progress and regression, solidarity, human rights, justice, power and non-domination.

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M.ヴェーバーの社会学
Kalberg, Stephen, Max Weber's Sociology: From 'the Protestant Ethic Thesis' and the American Political Culture to a Sociology of Civilizations. (Routledge Studies in Social and Political Thought 182) 416 pp. 2024 (Routledge, UK) <717-640>
ISBN 978-1-03-263176-9 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *
ISBN 978-1-03-263180-6 paper ¥7,896.- (税込) GB£ 26.99 *

This volume outlines Max Weber's comparative-historical sociology of "interpretive understanding" (verstehen) in a manner that clarifies his complex mode of analysis and multi-causal focus. Presenting the central features of his methodology, it demonstrates the strengths of his research strategies through discussions of his major works and overarching concerns. Among other themes, this study addresses the origins of the American political culture, the longevity of its civic sphere, and the multiple causes behind the unique historical pathways followed by several civilizations. Indeed, through summaries of Weber's procedures and their application in his own empirical studies, Max Weber's Sociology sustains a simultaneous orientation to his "big picture" themes and his rigorous manner of analysis. It demonstrates in so doing the capacity of Weber's sociology to ground firmly both "ideal-type" theorizing and empirically oriented investigations. This volume will appeal to scholars throughout the social sciences with interests in the American civic sphere, the West's uniqueness, "the Protestant ethic thesis," the multiple ways that civilizations develop, and the diverse twists and turns of Weber's comparative-historical sociology.

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国際関係におけるロックのリベラリズム
Grigorescu, Alexandru V. / Katz, Claudio J., Lockean Liberalism in International Relations. (Elements in International Relations) 75 pp. 2024:4 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <717-13>
ISBN 978-1-00-951700-3 hard ¥14,626.- (税込) GB£ 49.99 *
ISBN 978-1-00-951698-3 paper ¥4,974.- (税込) GB£ 17.00 *

This Element applies a new version of liberalism to international relations (IR), one that derives from the political theory of John Locke. It begins with a survey of liberal IR theories, showing that the main variants of this approach have all glossed over classical liberalism's core concern: fear of the state's concentrated power and the imperative of establishing institutions to restrain its inevitable abuse. The authors tease out from Locke's work its 'realist' elements: his emphasis on politics, power, and restraints on power (the 'Lockean tripod'). They then show how this Lockean approach (1) complements existing liberal approaches and answers some of the existing critiques directed toward them, (2) offers a broader analytical framework for several very different strands of IR literature, and (3) has broad theoretical and practical implications for international relations.

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Hobbes, Thomas, Leviathan. 2nd ed. Ed. by N. Malcolm. (Oxford World's Classics) 832 pp. 2024:9 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <717-14>
ISBN 978-0-19-286874-9 paper ¥3,507.- (税込) GB£ 11.99

Thomas Hobbes's Leviathan is not just one of the greatest philosophical texts in the English language; it is one of the most important works in the history of Western political thought. Almost every major tradition in the centuries after Hobbes-from radical democracy to authoritarianism-has been influenced by its arguments. Written in exile during a period of dramatic developments-civil war and regicide-Leviathan is in some ways the product of its own special circumstances. And yet, at the same time, it deals with fundamental issues that matter to all of us today: the nature and purpose of the state, the relation between human nature and politics, the idea of natural rights, the justification of authority, the concept of representation, the nature of sovereignty, the limits of obedience, and the relationship between religious obligations and human ones. This new edition offers a definitive text drawn from more than twenty years of research by Noel Malcolm, including, in English translation, all the most significant revisions made in Hobbes's later Latin translation of Leviathan, as well as extensive explanatory notes that elucidate Hobbes's language and identify for readers the people and places of the Leviathan's seventeenth-century world.

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P.ネモ著 ハイエクの哲学
Nemo, Philippe, La philosophie de Hayek. (Quadrige) 640 p. 2023:11 (PUF, FR) <716-97>
ISBN 978-2-13-085847-8 paper ¥5,887.- (税込) EUR 24.00 *

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アメリカ立憲主義の擁護
Hale, Dennis / Landy, Marc, Keeping the Republic: A Defense of American Constitutionalism. (American Political Thought) 280 pp. 2024:3 (U. Pr. Kansas, US) <716-612>
ISBN 978-0-7006-3623-5 hard ¥12,511.- (税込) US$ 54.95 *

Keeping the Republic is an eloquent defense of the American constitutional order and a response to its critics, including those who are estranged from the very idea of a fixed constitution in which "the living are governed by the dead." Dennis Hale and Marc Landy take seriously the criticisms of the United States Constitution. Before mounting their argument, they present an intellectual history of the key critics, including Thomas Paine, William Lloyd Garrison, Henry David Thoreau, Woodrow Wilson, Robert Dahl, Sanford Levinson, and the authors of The 1619 Project. Why, they ask, if the constitutional order is so well-designed, do so many American citizens have a negative view of the American political order? To address that question, they examine the most crucial episodes in American political development from the Founding to the present.Hale and Landy frame their defense of the Constitution by understanding America in terms of modernity, where small republics are no longer possible and there is a need to protect the citizens of a massive modern state while still preserving liberty. The Constitution makes large, popular government possible by placing effective limits on the exercise of power. The Constitution forces the people to be governed by the dead, both to pay the debt we owe to those who came before us and to preserve society for generations yet unborn.The central argument of Keeping the Republic is that the Constitution provides for a free government because it places effective limits on the exercise of power-an essential ingredient of any good government, even one that aims to be a popular government. That the people should rule is a given among republicans; that the people can do anything they want is a proposition that no one could accept with their eyes wide open. Thus, the limits that the Constitution place on American political life are not a problem, but a solution to a problem.Hale and Landy offer both a survey of American anti-constitutionalism and a powerful argument for maintaining the constitutional order of the nation's Framers.

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Klingsporn, Lisa, Kampf und Kompromiss: Otto Kirchheimers Analysen von Politik und Recht in der Rezeption. (Zeitgenoessische Diskurse des Politischen 24) 376 S. 2023:11 (Nomos, GW) <716-614>
ISBN 978-3-7560-0728-8 paper ¥21,831.- (税込) EUR 89.00 *

Das Buch ?Kampf und Kompromiss“ setzt sich mit der Rezeption der Arbeiten des Staatsrechtlers und Politologen Otto Kirchheimer in den USA und der Bundesrepublik seit den 1960er Jahren auseinander. Kirchheimers Werk zeichnet sich durch ein weitreichendes Spektrum historischer Analysen zu den Grenzen von Politik und Recht in modernen Demokratien und Diktaturen aus. Die vier Kapitel des Buches widmen sich chronologisch den Werkphasen Otto Kirchheimers. Das erste Kapitel behandelt die Rezeption seiner Analyse von Politik und Recht in Weimar, das zweite Kapitel seine kriminologischen Schriften und Analysen des Nationalsozialismus, das dritte Kapitel widmet sich der Rezeption seiner Schriften zur ?catch-all party“ und das letzte Kapitel seinem Werk ?Politische Justiz“. Das Buch richtet sich an Interessierte der Politikwissenschaft, Rechtswissenschaft und Soziologie.

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広域の復帰?
Simms, Brendan, Die Rueckkehr des Grossraums? (Carl-Schmitt-Vorlesungen 6) 65 S. 2023:11 (Duncker, GW) <716-617>
ISBN 978-3-428-19022-5 paper ¥4,880.- (税込) EUR 19.90 *

Brendan Simms spannt ueber die Grossraeume einen weiten Bogen von der Entfaltung des Begriffs im 19. Jahrhundert bis zur konfliktreichen Gegenwart. Schwerpunkte sind Carl Schmitts Konzept des Grossraums in der NS-Zeit und die parallelen Vorstellungen Hitlers sowie andererseits die der alliierten Kriegsmaechte und das Nachleben der Konzepte im kalten Krieg. Der Autor geht dann auf die gegenwaertigen Grossraum-Vorstellungen in Russland und der VR China ein und endet mit einem Blick auf die Europaeische Union. Zum Abschluss stellt sich Brendan Simms die Frage, ob das Grossraum-Konzept einen zufriedenstellenden Rahmen fuer das Verstaendnis der aktuellen Weltlage bieten kann.

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Spitz, Jean-Fabien, Aux origines de la theorie politique liberale: droit de propriete et droit de necessite chez Hugo Grotius. (Bibliotheque d'histoire de la philosophie) 239 p. 2023:11 (Vrin, FR) <716-618>
ISBN 978-2-7116-3141-4 paper ¥6,623.- (税込) EUR 27.00

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G.ツェラー著 政治哲学史-古代から現代まで
Zoeller, Guenter, Geschichte der politischen Philosophie: Von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. (C. H. Beck Paperback 6552) 368 S. 2024:2 (Beck, GW) <716-64>
ISBN 978-3-406-81470-9 paper ¥5,396.- (税込) EUR 22.00 *

POLITISCHE PHILOSOPHIE VON DER ANTIKE BIS ZUR GEGENWART - EINE EINFUeHRUNG Die Geschichte der politischen Philosophie ist ein Spiegel der politischen Geschichte. Der Muenchner Philosoph Guenter Zoeller fuehrt uns durch zweieinhalb Jahrtausende des philosophischen Nachdenkens ueber Politik - von der griechischen und roemischen Antike ueber das europaeische Mittelalter und die Neuzeit bis in die juengere und juengste Gegenwart. In vierzehn geographisch und historisch gegliederten Kapiteln stellt Zoeller je drei repraesentative Philosophen mit ihren klassischen Texten knapp und konzise dar. Im Mittelpunkt steht dabei durchweg das faszinierende Wechselspiel von politischer Geschichte und politischer Philosophie: Die politische Philosophie ist sowohl der unmittelbare Reflex der zeitgenoessischen Verhaeltnisse als auch die kritische Reflexion auf sie. Das Leitmotiv der Ueberblicksdarstellung liegt so im ambivalenten Charakter der politischen Philosophie zwischen historischer Abhaengigkeit und ueberhistorischem Anspruch. Guenther Zoeller stellt die Geschichte der politischen Philosophie der Realgeschichte der Politik gegenueber

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プラトンの政治思想
Lombardini, John, Plato's Political Thought. (Brill Research Perspectives in Humanities and Social Sciences / Brill Research Perspectives in Ancient History) 128 pp. 2023:12 (Brill, NE) <716-29>
ISBN 978-90-04-69221-3 paper ¥17,171.- (税込) EUR 70.00

Plato's political thought continues to be of enduring interest among classicists, philosophers, political theorists, and intellectual historians. The present volume introduces readers to the topic through a survey of important recent trends in the scholarly literature, focusing on challenges to the authenticity of the Seventh Letter; reassessments of the "Socratic Problem"; democratic readings of the Republic; and the rehabilitation of the Statesman and Laws. It provides an overview of the key methodological issues that must be addressed in interpreting the Platonic dialogues, while also suggesting directions for further research.

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Frobert, Ludovic, Quelques lignes d'utopie: Pierre Leroux et la communaute des imprimeux (Boussac, 1844-1848). (Memoires sociales) 234 p. 2023:11 (Agone, FR) <716-1091>
ISBN 978-2-7489-0535-9 paper ¥4,415.- (税込) EUR 18.00 *

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民主主義と独裁制の植民地の起源
Lee, Alexander / Paine, Jack, Colonial Origins of Democracy and Dictatorship. 300 pp. 2024:4 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <716-1094>
ISBN 978-1-00-942353-3 hard ¥8,778.- (税込) GB£ 30.00 *

Why are some countries more democratic than others? For most non-European countries, elections began under Western colonial rule. However, existing research largely overlooks these democratic origins. Analyzing a global sample of colonies across four centuries, this book explains the emergence of colonial electoral institutions and their lasting impact. The degree of democracy in the metropole, the size of the white settler population, and pressure from non-Europeans all shaped the timing and form of colonial elections. White settlers and non-white middle classes educated in the colonizer's language usually gained early elections but settler minorities resisted subsequent franchise expansion. Authoritarian metropoles blocked elections entirely. Countries with lengthy exposure to competitive colonial institutions tended to consolidate democracies after independence. By contrast, countries with shorter electoral episodes usually shed democratic institutions and countries that were denied colonial elections consolidated stable dictatorships. Regime trajectories shaped by colonial rule persist to the present day.

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Beers, Laura, Orwell's Ghosts: Wisdom and Warnings for the Twenty-First Century. 224 pp. 2024:6 (Norton, US) <715-669>
ISBN 978-1-324-07508-0 hard ¥6,144.- (税込) US$ 26.99 *

George Orwell dedicated his career to exposing social injustice and political duplicity, urging his readers to face hard truths about Western society and politics. Now, the uncanny parallels between the interwar era and our own-rising inequality, censorship, and challenges to traditional social hierarchies-make his writing even more of the moment. Invocations of Orwell and his classic dystopian novel 1984 have reached new heights, with both sides of the political spectrum embracing the rhetoric of Orwellianism. In Orwell's Ghosts, historian Laura Beers considers Orwell's full body of work-his six novels, three nonfiction works, and brilliant essays on politics, language, and the class system-to examine what "Orwellian" truly means and reveal the misconstrued thinker in all his complexity. She explores how Orwell's writing on free speech addresses the proliferation of "fake news" and the emergence of cancel culture, highlights his vivid critiques of capitalism and the oppressive nature of the British Empire, and, in contrast, analyzes his failure to understand feminism. Timely, wide-ranging, and thought-provoking, Orwell's Ghosts investigates how the writings of a lionized champion of truth and freedom can help us face the crises of modernity.

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Edmondson, George / Mladek, Klaus, A Politics of Melancholia: From Plato to Arendt. 304 pp. 2024:3 (Princeton U. Pr., US) <715-671>
ISBN 978-0-691-25129-5 hard ¥21,631.- (税込) US$ 95.00 *
ISBN 978-0-691-25130-1 paper ¥7,969.- (税込) US$ 35.00 *

Why melancholia is a vital form of social critique and a catalyst for political renewalMelancholia is wrongly condemned as a condition of withdrawal and despair that alienates its sufferer from community. Countering that misconception, A Politics of Melancholia reclaims an understanding of melancholia not as an affliction in need of a remedy but as an affirmative stance toward decay and ruination in political life, and restores the melancholic figure-by turns inventive and destructive, outraged and inspired-to their rightful place as the poet of political thought.George Edmondson and Klaus Mladek identify pivotal moments of political melancholia in ancient and modern texts, offering new perspectives on the death of Socrates in Plato's dialogues, the fratricide in Hamlet, Woyzeck's killing of Marie in Georg Buechner's Woyzeck, the murder of Moses in Freud's thought, and the betrayal of the revolutionary idea that Hannah Arendt identifies in her critique of eighteenth-century revolutions. Melancholia emerges here as a disposition that is mournful but also jubilant, a mood of unbending disconsolation that remains faithful to a scene of downfall, to events that cannot be forgotten, and to things that cannot be governed.Recovering a tradition of thought that is both affirmative and hopeful, this eloquent book reveals how political melancholia embodies a shared condition of discontent that binds communities together and inspires change.

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J.G.ガネル著『アメリカ政治学と政治像』第2版
Gunnell, John G., Imagining the American Polity: Political Science and the Discourse of Democracy. 2nd ed. 256 pp. 2024:3 (State U. New York Pr., US) <715-673>
ISBN 978-1-4384-9588-0 hard ¥22,542.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *

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Stewart, Matthew, An Emancipation of the Mind: Radical Philosophy, the War over Slavery, and the Refounding of America. 400 pp. 2024:5 (Norton, US) <715-674>
ISBN 978-1-324-00362-5 hard ¥7,399.- (税込) US$ 32.50 *

This is a story about a dangerous idea-that all men are created equal-which ignited revolutions in America, France and Haiti; burst across Europe in the revolutions of 1848; and returned to inflame a new generation of intellectuals to lead the abolition movement. Frederick Douglass's unusual interest in radical German philosophers and Abraham Lincoln's odd, buried allusions to the same rationalist, secularist, and essentially atheist thinkers are but a few of the clues that underlie this propulsive philosophical detective story. With fresh takes on forgotten thinkers like Theodore Parker (a minister too radical even for the Unitarians, whose work provided some of Lincoln's most famous lines) and a feisty band of German refugees, Matthew Stewart's vivid storytelling and piercing insights forge a significant revision in our understanding of the origins and meaning of the struggle over slavery in America-and offer a fresh perspective on struggles between democracy and elite power today.

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Bamford, Rebecca / Merrick, Allison (eds.), Nietzsche and Politicized Identities. 336 pp. 2024:4 (State U. New York Pr., US) <715-21>
ISBN 978-1-4384-9717-4 hard ¥22,542.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *

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カントからの離脱と国際関係
Franke, Mark F. N., Withdrawal from Immanuel Kant and International Relations: The Global Unlimited. (Interventions) 280 pp. 2023:12 (Routledge, UK) <715-27>
ISBN 978-1-03-259182-7 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00 *
ISBN 978-1-03-259183-4 paper ¥10,822.- (税込) GB£ 36.99 *

This book shows how the flawed orientation forming Immanuel Kant's philosophical project is the same from which the discipline of International Relations (IR) becomes possible and appears necessary.Tracing how core problems in Kant's thought are inescapably reproduced in IR, this book demonstrates that constructive critique of IR is impossible through mere challenge to its Kantian traditions. It argues that confrontation with the Kantian character of IR demands fundamental withdrawal from their shared aims. Investigating the global limits inherent to epistemological and ontological commitments of Kant's writings and IR, this interdisciplinary study interrogates the racism, sexism, coloniality, white male privilege, and anthropocentricism of both as sites from which such withdrawal may be initiated. Following queer and feminist examinations of how Kant and IR discipline a joint orientation through sex, gender, and sexuality, it indicates how withdrawal is possible. And, considering how Anishinaabe legal tradition opens freedom beyond the restricting horizons of Kant and IR, this book contemplates withdrawal from both as leading to a global unlimited.An essential text for advanced undergraduate and graduate studies, this book will also be of strong interest to those studying the thinking and writings of Kant, neo- and post-Kantian scholarship, and IR theory.

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Boersma, John, Aristotle's Quarrel with Socrates: Friendship in Political Thought. (SUNY Series in Ancient Greek Philosophy) 294 pp. 2024:3 (State U. New York Pr., US) <715-15>
ISBN 978-1-4384-9670-2 hard ¥22,542.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *

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新しい政治思想史-古代ギリシアから現代世界まで
Sheldon, Garrett Ward, The New History of Political Theory: Ancient Greece to the Modern World. 206 pp. 2023:8 (P. Lang, SZ) <714-465>
ISBN 978-1-63667-295-3 paper ¥11,942.- (税込) SFR 47.00 *

This book contains a concise presentation of the major political theories underlying the Western tradition and contemporary ideological debates in America and the world. From the Ancients, Plato and Aristotle, to contemporary Americans, Rawls and Nozick, the book examines each thinker’s conception of Human Nature, Political Society and Social Ethics. Extensive excerpts from the original writings and their relation to American political principles distinguish this valuable text.

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