Recently published in (and around) conceptual history

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2012-2013 Books

Arnal, William, and Russell T. McCutcheon. The Sacred Is the Profane: The Political Nature of “Religion”. Oxford University Press, 2012.

 


Bernwieser, Johannes. Honor civitatis. Kommunikation, Interaktion und Konfliktbeilegung im hochmittelalterlichen Oberitalien. Munich: Utz Verlag, 2012. Münchner Beiträge zur Geschichtswissenschaft 7.
 

Burke, Martin J., and Melvin Richter, eds. Why Concepts Matter: Translating Social and Political Thought. Brill Academic Pub, 2012.

 


 

Costelloe, Timothy M., ed. The Sublime: From Antiquity to the Present. Cambridge University Press, 2012.

 


Dudziak, Mary L. War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences. Oxford University Press, 2012.

 



Dufoix, Stéphane. La dispersion : Une histoire des usages du mot diaspora. Éditions Amsterdam, 2012.

 


 
Fredriksen, Paula. Sin: The Early History of an Idea. Princeton University Press, 2012.
 
 
 

 

Friedman, Max Paul. Rethinking Anti-Americanism: The History of an Exceptional Concept in American Foreign Relations. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 

 


 

Geppert, Alexander C. T., ed. Imagining Outer Space: European Astroculture in the Twentieth Century. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

 


 

Hales, Shelley, and Joanna Paul, eds. Pompeii in the Public Imagination from Its Rediscovery to Today. Oxford University Press, 2012. Classical Presences.

 


Haller, Gret. Human Rights Without Democracy?: Reconciling Freedom With Equality. Trans. Cynthia Klohr. New York: Berghahn, 2012.

 


Hasebrink, Burkhard, Susanne Bernhardt, and Imke Frueh, eds. Semantik Der Gelassenheit: Generierung, Etablierung, Transformation. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2012. Historische Semantik 17.
 

Hegeman, Susan. The Cultural Return. University of California Press, 2012.

 


Hodkinson, Stephen, and Ian Macgregor Morris, eds. Sparta in Modern Thought. Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, 2012. Amazon.com. Web.
 

Horstmanshoff, Manfred, Helen King, and Claus Zittel, eds. Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Changing Concepts of Physiology from Antiquity into Early Modern Europe. Leiden: Brill, 2012. Intersections 25.

 


 

Jackson, Ben, and Marc Stears, eds. Liberalism as Ideology: Essays in Honour of Michael Freeden. Oxford University Press, 2012.
 

Johnson, Christopher H. et al., eds. Blood & Kinship: Matter for Metaphor from Ancient Rome to the Present. Berghahn Books, 2013. 
 
 

Koselleck, Reinhart. Crisi. Per un lessico della modernità. Ombre Corte, 2012.

 


 

 
 

 

Kroetzl, C., and Katariina M., eds. On Old Age: Approaching Death in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Brepols, 2012.

 


 

Martínez, Francisco A. Ortega and Yobenj Aucardo Chicangana-Bayona, eds. Conceptos fundamentales de la cultura política de la Independencia. Colombia: Universidad Nacional de Colombia and University of Helsinki, 2012.
 
 

 

McCoskey, Denise Eileen. Race: Antiquity and Its Legacy. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
 
 

 

Müller-Wille, Staffan, and Hans-Jörg Rheinberger. A Cultural History of Heredity. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 2012.

 


 

Neumann, Victor, and Armin Heinen, eds. Key-concepts of Romanian History: Alternative Approaches to Socio-political Languages. Central European University Press, 2013.

 


 

Olsen, Niklas. History in the Plural: An Introduction to the Work of Reinhart Koselleck. Berghahn Books, 2012.

 


O’Neill, Michael, Mark Sandy, and Sarah Wootton, eds. Venice and the Cultural Imagination: This Strange Dream Upon the Water. Pickering & Chatto Ltd, 2012.
 

 

Pauka, Marc. Kultur, Fortschritt und Reziprozität: Die Begriffsgeschichte des zivilisierten Staates im Völkerrecht. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2012. Rheinische Schriften zur Rechtsgeschichte 16.

 


Prager, Laila. Nomadismus in der “Alten Welt”: Formen der Repräsentation in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2012. Kultur: Forschung und Wissenschaft 16.
 

 

Rein, Matthias. Conversio Deutsch: Studien Zur Geschichte Von Wort Und Konzept Bekehren, Insbesondere in Der Deutschen Sprache Des Mittelalters (Historische Semantik). 2012. 

 


 

Rosen, Michael. Dignity: Its History and Meaning. Harvard University Press, 2012.

 


 

Royalty, Robert M. The Origin of Heresy: a History of Discourse in Second Temple Judaism and Early Christianity. New York: Routledge, 2012.

 


 

Samuel, Lawrence R. The American Dream: A Cultural History. Syracuse University Press, 2012. 
 
 

 
esp.: Burke, Martin J. “Margins, Methods and the Historiography of Concepts”, pp. 237-252.

 


Stott, Rebecca. Darwin’s Ghosts: The Secret History of Evolution. Spiegel & Grau, 2012.

 


Vaughan-Williams, Nick, and Columba Peoples, eds. Critical Security Studies. Routledge, 2012. Critical Concepts in Military, Strategic, and Security Studies.

 


Weigel, Sigrid, Stefan Willer, and Bernhard Jussen. Erbe: Übertragungskonzepte zwischen Natur und Kultur. Originalausgabe. Suhrkamp Verlag, 2013.

 


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2012-2013 Journals

Contributions to the History of Concepts 7, no. 1 (Summer 2012):

Articles

Pernau, Margrit. “Whither Conceptual History? From National to Entangled Histories”, pp. 1–11.

Friberg, Anna. “Democracy in the Plural? The Concepts of Democracy in Swedish Parliamentary Debates during the Interwar Years”, pp. 12–35.

Park, Myoung-Kyu. “Conceptual History in Korea: Its Development and Prospects”, pp. 36–50.

Singh, Mohinder. “Temporalization of Concepts: Reflections on the Concept of Unnati (Progress) in Hindi (1870-1900)”, pp. 51–71.

Neumann, Victor. “Peculiarities of the Translation and Adaptation of the Concept of Nation in East-Central Europe: The Hungarian and Romanian Cases in the Nineteenth Century, pp. 72–101

Reviews, pp. 102-117:

Miller, Nicolas. “Enlightenment as Self-Perception” [on Dan Edelstein, The Enlightenment: A Genealogy]

Boilard, Marie-Christine. “Competing Visions of Democracy” [on Kirsten Haack, The United Nations Democracy Agenda: A Conceptual History]

Lindberg, Bo. “Democracy and Popular Sovereignty in Sweden and Britain [on Pasi Ihalainen, Agents of the People: Democracy and Popular Sovereignty in British and Swedish Parliamentary and Public Debates, 1734-1800].

Wendel-Hansen, Jens. “On the Concept of Democracy in Denmark” [on Jeppe Nevers, Fra skœldsord til slagord: Demokratibegrebet i dansk politisk historie (From term of abuse to catchphrase: The concept of democracy in Danish political history)]


Contributions to the History of Concepts 7, no. 2 (Winter 2012):

Articles

Miron, Guy. "A People between Languages – Towards Jewish History of Concepts", pp. 1-27.

Schäfer, Rieke. "Historicizing Strong Metaphors:  A Challenge for Conceptual History", pp. 28-51.

Rajamani, Imke. "Pictures, Emotions, Conceptual Change: Anger in Popular Hindi Cinema", pp. 52-77.

Roundtable Discussion: Geschichtliche Grundbegriffe Reloaded? Writing the Conceptual History of the Twentieth Century, pp. 78-128.

Hoffmann, Stefan-Ludwig and Kathrin Kollmeier. "Introduction: Geschichtliche Grundbegriffe Reloaded? Writing the Conceptual History of the Twentieth Century"

Steinmetz, Willibald. "Some Thoughts on a History of Twentieth-Century German Basic Concepts"

Sarasin, Philipp. "Is a 'History of Basic Concepts of the Twentieth Century' Possible? A Polemic"

Lüdtke, Alf. "History of Concepts, New Edition – Suitable for a Better Understanding of Modern Times?"

Geulen, Christian. "Reply"

Reviews, pp. 129-142.

Jung, Theo. "History of Metaphor between Theory and Practice: A review of Matthias Kroß and Rüdiger Zill, eds., Metapherngeschichten. Perspektiven einer Theorie der Unbegrifflichkeit"

Sebastián, Javier Fernández. "Against History (in the Singular). An Interpretation of the Oeuvre of Reinhart Koselleck: A review of Niklas Olsen’s book, History in the Plural. An Introduction to the Work of Reinhart Koselleck"

 

Forum Interdisziplinäre Begriffsgeschichte I (2012), Heft 1 [E-journal]:

Ernst Müller: Editorial

Adi Ophir: Begriff

Alexander Friedrich: Meta-Metaphorologische Perspektiven. Zur technotropischen Geschichte des Metaphernbegriffs

Georg Toepfer: Distanz

Wolfert von Rahden: Revolution und Evolution


Forum Interdisziplinäre Begriffsgeschichte I (2012), Heft 2 [E-journal]:

 

Ernst Müller: Editorial
 
Beiträge
 
Tobias Cheung: Außenwelt und Organismus. Überlegungen zu einer begriffsgeschichtlichen Konstellation um 1800
 
Roman Marek: Der »Klon« und seine Bilder. Über Faszination und Ästhetik in der Begriffsgeschichte
 
Debatten
 
Erich Rothacker und die Begriffsgeschichte (Dokumentation einer Tagung)
 
Margarita Kranz: Geistige Kontinuität? Rothackers Projekt eines begriffsgeschichtlichen Wörterbuchs von 1927 und dessen Wiederaufnahme 1949
 
Ralph Stöwer: Rothackers Kulturphilosophie in biographisch-zeitgeschichtlicher Perspektive und im Hinblick auf seine Idee einer Begriffsgeschichte der Geisteswissenschaften
 
Frank Tremmel: Leben in Begriffen. Erich Rothackers Kulturanthropologie als historische Semantik der »existentiellen Reduktion«
 
Herbert Kopp-Oberstebrink: »Anthropological turns«? Erich Rothacker, Ernst Cassirer und die Problematik der Wende zur Anthropologie. Thesen und Beobachtungen
 
Volker Böhnigk: Haltung, Stil, Typus, Kultur. Rothackers begriffsgeschichtlicher Entwurf einer nationalsozialistischen Kulturtheorie
 
Ernst Müller: Stil, Wirklichkeit, Umwelt, Tatsache. Eine Gegenüberstellung von Begriffen Erich Rothackers und Ludwik Flecks
 
Georg Toepfer: Biologische Konzepte in Erich Rothackers Anthropologie
 
Martin Treml: Zwei Briefe von Erich Auerbach an Erich Rothacker
 
Reinhard Blänkner: Begriffsgeschichte in der Geschichtswissenschaft. Otto Brunner und die Geschichtlichen Grundbegriffe
 
Guillaume Plas: Überholt oder unzeitgemäß? Erich Rothackers Nichtrezeption in der deutschen Philosophie der unmittelbaren Nachkriegszeit
 
Miszellen
 
Johannes Steizinger: Verschränkung. Exempel und Paradigma interdisziplinärer Begriffsgeschichte

 

Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte. Band 54:

 
Abhandlungen 
 
Sebastian Weiner: Platons logon didonai
 
Günter Fröhlich: Die aristotelische eudaimonia und der Doppelsinn vom guten Leben
 
Cordelia Hess: »Yn dyner rechtferdicheyt vorlose my«. Die Semantik der Gerechtigkeit in den vorreformatorischen mittelniederdeutschen Bibelübersetzungen
 
Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter: Die Begriffsbestimmung der Philosophie im spanischen Aristotelismus der frühen Neuzeit
 
Daniel Dohrn: Diller über Emotion vs. Passion bei Descartes – und über zwei grundsätzlich verschiedene Begriffe von Begriff
 
Frank Töpfer: Selbstbegegnung in der Geschichte. Zum Begriff des Humanismus bei Ernst Robert Curtius
 
Materialien aus der Geschichte der Begriffsgeschichte
 
Margarita Kranz: Begriffsgeschichte institutionell – Teil II. Die Kommission für Philosophie der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz unter den Vorsitzenden Erich Rothacker und Hans Blumenberg (1949–1974)
 
Guillaume Plas: Die Schüler Erich Rothackers. Ableger historistischen Denkens in der deutschen Philosophie der Nachkriegszeit
 
Peter König: Philosophie der Freiheit. Eine deutsch-amerikanische Begegnung
 
Melvin Richter: A Note on the Text of Reinhart Koselleck: »Offene Fragen an die ›Geschichtlichen Grundbegriffe‹«
 
Literaturbericht 
 
Falko Schmieder: Georg Toepfers Historisches Wörterbuch der Biologie. Zu methodischen Problemen einer Begriffsgeschichte der Biologie

Trajekte 24 (April, 2012): Interdisziplinäre Begriffsgeschichten

Editorial: Interdisziplinäre Begriffsgeschichte. Zum historischen Index eines unabgegoltenen Programms (Ernst Müller/Falko Schmieder)

 
Aus dem Archiv
 
Telescopage. Benjamin, Jauß, Lyotard und die Ästhetischen Grundbegriffe (Karlheinz Barck)
 
Archiv. Ein Begriff zwischen Praxis und Theorie (Herbert Kopp-Oberstebrink/Anja Schipke)
 
Dichte. Eine Untersuchung zu Diskursen der Stadt- und Raumwissenschaft (Petra Gehring)
 
Tektonik. Architekturen der Malerei im Drama (Claude Haas)
 
Grenze. Zur Wort- und Theoriegeschichte (Benjamin Bühler)
 
Faktor. Stellvertreter des Kulturellen in Evolution, Genetik und Epigenetik (Vanessa Lux/Jörg Thomas Richter)
 
Tier. Wege zu einer politischen Begriffsbildung (Yoav Kenny)
 
Bildessay
 
Begriffsauflösung. Künstlerische Zugänge zu Walter Benjamin im Werk von Carlfriedrich Claus und Mark Lammert (Judith Elisabeth Weiss)

 


Ariadna histórica. Lenguajes, conceptos, metáforas, vol. 1, 2012:

METODOLOGÍA

 
Historia intelectual y longue durée. "Guerra civil" en perspectiva histórica, David Armitage, 15-39
 
Hacia una teoría operativa del significado, José Javier Blanco Rivero, 41-79
 
DOSSIER
 
Interacciones discursivas entre "república" y "democracia" en la época de las independencias en el Río de la Plata (1808-1815): proximidades y lejanías discursivas, Álvaro Caso Bello, 83-106
 
Estado, soberanía, nación y otros conceptos conexos en el Río de la Plata, 1824-1827, Mariano José Aramburo, 107-132
 
O problema das “classes ínfimas” na nova ordem Constitucional. Relações de poder, códigos de conduta e a construção do vocabulário político na província de Minas Gerais (1820-1831), Ana Rosa Cloclet da Silva, 133-161
 
Entre revolução política e evolução social: uma história do conceito de democracia (Portugal, século XIX), Rui Ramos, 163-193
 
MISCELÁNEA
 
¿De qué hablamos cuando decimos "Iglesia"? Reflexiones sobre el uso historiográfico de un término polisémico, Roberto Di Stefano, 195-220
 
“La escuela más enérgica del pueblo”. La circulación de un ideario liberal entre España y México a través de actores y obras de teatro durante el primer tercio del siglo XIX, Lara Campos Pérez, 221-241
 
RESEÑAS
 
Contra la Historia (en singular). Una interpretación de la obra de Reinhart Koselleck, Javier Fernández Sebastián, 247-259
 
Sociedad, social y lo social: la historia ramificada de tres conceptos, Álvaro Santana Acuña, 261-265
 
Más allá de Koselleck. Límites y renovación de los conceptos asimétricos, Luis Fernández Torres, 267-280
 
Una nueva herramienta para el estudio histórico del nacionalismo vasco, Pedro José Chacón Delgado, 281-287
 
Un panaroma de la historiografía contemporaneísta española: logros y desafíos, Inés Cuadro Cawen, 291-297
 
Una aproximación a la historia de Rumania a través de sus conceptos fundamentales, Cecilia Suárez Cabal, 299-304
 
Journal of the History of Ideas in East Asia, vol. 2 [Chinese, English Abstracts available]:
 
Editorial Report, pp. 1-2.
 
Special Article: Rudolf G. Wagner, translated by Joscha Chung, "China “Asleep” and “Awakening”: A Study in Conceptualizing Asymmetry and Coping with It, pp. 3-54
 
Huang Chun-chieh, On “Decontextualization” and “Recontextualization” in East Asian Cultural Interactions: Some Methodological Reflections, 55-90
 
Feature Articles: New Perspectives in Conceptual Research in East Asia Thesis
 
Pan Kwang-che A Forgotten New Term: “Bolixitiende” in Late Qing China, pp. 91-130
 
Han Cheng-hua, From “Academic” to “Politic”: The Appropriation of the Concept of Consciousness (1890-1940), pp. 131-178
 
Chelsea Yingqiuqi Lei, Turning Crisis into Opportunity:An Essay on the Cultural Preconditions of Contemporary Crisis Mentality through a Conceptual, pp. 179-218
 
Hu Wan-ting, The Emergence and Evolution of the Word “Nationalism” in Modern China (1901-1935), pp. 219-262
 
Research Articles
 
Shen Guo-wei, Research on the Investigation of Word Origins and Modern Keywords, pp. 263-282
 
Yang Jui-sung, The “Four Hundred Millions” Discourse/Imagination of the Nation in Modern China, pp. 283-338
 
Research Notes on Keywords
 
Chen Shuo-win, “Modern”: In Imagination and Translation, pp. 339-352
 
Tracy Lee, Construction, Dissolving and Converting—The Transition in the Ideology of Hero in Modern Chinese, pp. 353-382
 
Chen Yu-fang, The Change of Superstition in the Late Qing Dynasty and Early Republic of China, pp. 383-404
 
Research Newsletters
 
Lee Haeng-hoon, Korean Conceptual History: Its Present Conditions and Future Prospects, pp. 405-428
 
Lee Kyung-ku, Korean Conceptual History and Modern Paradigm, 429-448
 
Pan Shaw-yu and Joscha Chung , A Report on “The International Conference on the Conceptual Change and Identity Making in Modern East Asia” and “The Workshop for Chinese Identity and the Formation of Modern State”, pp. 449-460
 
Duan Lian, Hu Shih and Liberalism: A Summary of the International Conference Commemorating the 120th Birthday of Hu Shih, pp. 461-

 


Political Concepts: A Critical Lexicon (E-Journal): 

Editorial Preface

 
Animals : Alice Crary
 
Archē : Stathis Gourgouris
 
Bubble : Anat Biletzki
 
Civilization : Susan Buck-Morss
 
Movement : Hagar Kotef
 
Poetry : Hannan Hever
 
Revolution : Ariella Azoulay
 
Survival : Gil Anidjar
 
Translation : Jacques Lezra
 
Violence : Uday S. Mehta

 


Docupedia-Zeitgeschichte [e-ncyclopedia, recently published articles]:

Achim Saupe, Authentizität, Version: 2.0, 22. 10.2012.

Jan C. Behrends, Diktatur: Moderne Gewaltherrschaft zwischen Leviathan und Behemoth, Version: 1.0, 6. 6.2012.

Daniel Speich Chassé, Fortschritt und Entwicklung, Version: 1.0, 21. 9.2012.

Angelika Epple, Globalisierung/en, Version: 1.0, 11. 6.2012.

Felix Wiedemann, Orientalismus, Version: 1.0, 19. 4.2012.

Rüdiger Graf, Zeit und Zeitkonzeptionen in der Zeitgeschichte, Version: 2.0, 22. 10.2012.

Isabel Heinemann, Wertewandel, Version: 1.0, 22. 10.2012.


History and Theory 

In Volume 51, no. 2 (2012)Jordheim, Helge. “Against Periodization: Koselleck’s Theory of Multiple Temporalities”, pp. 151–171.

Volume 51, no. 4 (2012), Special Issue: Tradition and History


Journal of Political Ideologies, Volume 18, no. 1 (March 2013):

Freeden, Michael. “Editorial: Emotions, Ideology and Politics”, 1–10.

Anili, Bruno. “Liberal Incorporations: Kymlicka, Pettit and the Grammar of Hegemony”, pp. 11–33.

Zielonka, Jan. “Europe’s New Civilizing Missions: The EU’s Normative Power Discourse”, pp. 35–55.

Davis, Madeleine. “Reappraising British Socialist Humanism”, 57–81.

Wickham-Jones, Mark. “The Debate About Wages: The New Left, the Labour Party and Incomes Policy”, pp. 83–105. 

Ostrowski, Marius S. “Towards Libertarian Welfarism: Protecting Agency in the Night-watchman State”, 107–128.


Intellectual History Review, in Volume 22, no. 2 (July 2012):

 

Johnson, Christopher   D. “Blumenberg’s ‘huge field’: Metaphorology and Intellectual History”, pp. 289–292.
 
Catana, Leo. “Anima mundi: The Rise of the World Soul Theory in Modern German Philosophy”, pp. 310–312.
 
Blamires, Cyprian. “The French Idea of History: Joseph de Maistre and his heirs 1794–1854”, pp. 313–314.
 
Clement, Jennifer. “Elizabeth I, Patriotism, and the Imagined Nation in Three Eighteenth-Century Plays”, pp. 391–410.

 

RES PUBLICA: Revista de Filosofía Política, vol. 27, 2012:

1. Índice y Presentación.

2. Palonen, Kari. Parliamentary Procedure as an Inventory of Disputes: A Comparison between Jeremy Bentham and Thomas Erskine May.

3. Haapala, Taru. Debating Societies, the Art of Rhetoric and the British House of Commons: Parliamentary Culture of Debate before and after the 1832 Reform Act.

4. Pekonen, Onni. Disputing the ‘(Un)parliamentary’: Learning Rules of Debate in the Early Finnish Eduskunta.

5. Lasa Ochoteco, Cristina. Paradoxes of Emancipation.

6. López, Rosario. John Stuart Mill’s Idea of History: A Rhetoric of Progress.

7. Turkka, Tapani. Of Locke’s Presence.

8. Boragno, Irene. Intentions and Cooperative Activity: Explaining Cooperation in Light of Bratman’s Notion of Shared Intention.

9. Kivistö, Hanna-Mari. The Concept of ‘Human Dignity’ in the Post-War Human Rights Debates.

10. Toscano Méndez, Manuel. Language Rights as Collective Rights: Some Conceptual Considerations on Language Rights.

11. Kurunmäki, Jussi. The Lost Language of Democracy: Anti-rhetorical Traits in Research on Democratisation and the Interwar Crisis of Democracy.

12. Rivera García, Antonio. Are We at Home in a Liberal Democracy? Metaphorology and Political Philosophy.

13. Kronlund, Anna. Emergency Rhetoric in the US Congress: Debating the National Emergencies Act of 1976.

14. Rosales, José María. Democracy as a Way of Life: Critical Reflections on a Deweyan Theme.


Isis, in volume 103, no. 3 (September 2012):

Focus: Applied Science

Bud, Robert. “Introduction”, pp. 515–517.

Alexander, Jennifer Karns. “Thinking Again about Science in Technology”, pp. 518–526.

Lucier, Paul. “The Origins of Pure and Applied Science in Gilded Age America.”, pp. 527–536.

Bud, Robert. “‘Applied Science’: A Phrase in Search of a Meaning”, pp. 537–545.

Gooday, Graeme. “‘Vague and Artificial’: The Historically Elusive Distinction between Pure and Applied Science,” pp. 546–554.

Schatzberg, Eric. “From Art to Applied Science”, pp. 555–563.


Findlen, Paula. “The 2012 Josephine Waters Bennett Lecture: The Eighteenth-Century Invention of the Renaissance: Lessons from the Uffizi.” Renaissance Quarterly 66.1 (2013): 1–34.
 

Green, Jeffrey Edward. “On the Difference Between a Pupil and a Historian of Ideas.” Journal of the Philosophy of History 6 (2012): 84–110.
 

Kuzner, James. “Early Modern Ideas of Freedom [A Review Article].” Modern Philology 110.1 (2012): 140–151.

 


 

 

 

Sgarbi, Marco. “Hume’s Source of the ‘Impression-Idea’ Distinction/ La Fuente De Hume De La Distinción ‘impresión-idea’.” Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía 29.2 (2012): 561–576. 

 


 

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