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Society 2/2022

Issue 2/2022


Table of Contents (20 Articles)

Open Access 24-03-2022 | Symposium: The State of Analytic Political Theory

Johnny Lyons

Open Access 06-04-2022 | Symposium: The State of Analytic Political Theory

The View from Below: How the Neoliberal Academy Is Shaping Contemporary Political Theory
Maeve McKeown

Open Access 24-03-2022 | Symposium: The State of Analytic Political Theory

From Professionalisation and Normalisation to Genealogy and Realism: The Challenge of Liberalism in Contemporary Political Theory
Paul Kelly

24-03-2022 | Symposium: The State of Analytic Political Theory

The Past, Present, and Future States of Political Theory
Eileen M. Hunt

Open Access 22-04-2022 | Symposium: The State of Analytic Political Theory

Political Philosophy’s Methodological Moment and the Rise of Public Political Philosophy
Jonathan Floyd

13-04-2022 | Symposium: The State of Analytic Political Theory

Statehood and Justice
Philip Pettit

07-02-2022 | Original Article

The Role of Food in Constructing Womanhood: A Study of Menstruation in Guwahati
Rituparna Patgiri

31-01-2022 | Original Article

Face Culture and Conspicuous Consumption: A Case Study of Wuyi Rock Tea Drinkers in China
Yanyu Wang, Robert Guang Tian

23-01-2022 | Original Article

Assessing Differences in the Framing of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump During the 2016 Presidential Election
Eliana DuBosar

28-03-2022 | REVIEW ESSAY

Mary Fulbrook, Reckonings: Legacies of Nazi Persecution and the Quest for Justice
Oxford University Press, 2020, 657 pp., ISBN: 978–0198811244
Karl Figlio

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Matthew Rose, A World After Liberalism: Philosophers of the Radical Right
Yale University Press, 2021, 196 pp., ISBN: 978-0-300-24311-6
Aurelian Craiutu

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

David Goodall, The Making of the Anglo-Irish Agreement of 1985: A Memoir edited by Frank Sheridan
National University of Ireland, Dublin, 2021, 244pp., ISBN: 978-0901510877
Michael Kennedy

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Steven Nadler and Lawrence Shapiro, When Bad Thinking Happens to Good People
Princeton University Press, 2021, 240 pp., ISBN: 978-0691212760
Anne-Marie Søndergaard Christensen

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Sergio del Molino, Skin, translated from the Spanish by Thomas Bunstead
Polity Press, 2022, Pp. 238. ISBN: 9781509547852
Timothy Mooney

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Robert Skidelsky: Money and Government: A Challenge to Mainstream Economics
Penguin Books, 2019, 512 pp., ISBN: 978-0141988610
Roger Backhouse

Open Access 25-04-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Gabriele Münnix: Das Bild vom Bild (The Image of the Image), Bildsemiotik und Bildphänomenologie in interkultureller Perspektive
Verlag Karl Alber, 2019, 660 pp., ISBN: 978-3495488546
Spencer Hawkins

29-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

David Edmonds, The Murder of Professor Schlick: The Rise and Fall of the Vienna Circle
Princeton University Press, 2020, 344 pp., ISBN: 978-0691164908
Hans Sluga

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Samuel Fleischacker, Being Me Being You: Adam Smith and Empathy
University of Chicago Press, 2019, 248 pp., ISBN: 978-0226661759
Getty L. Lustila

22-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Michele Alacevich, Albert O. Hirschman: An Intellectual Biography
Columbia University Press, 2021, 332 pp., ISBN:9780231199827
Christian Fleck

21-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Marc Stears, Out of the Ordinary: How Everyday Life Inspired a Nation and How It Can Again
Harvard University Press, 2021, 236 pp., ISBN: 978-0674743878
Elizabeth Frazer