History and Politics

S.D. Chrostowska, “Notes for a History of the Political: Capital Events and Bodies Politic in the French Revolution,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Artemy Magun, “What is an Orientation in History? Openness and Subjectivity,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Carl Schmitt, “Three Possibilities for a Christian Conception of History,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Michael Mack, “Toward a Redefinition of Europe’s Political Identity: Spinoza’s Non-hierarchical Vision,” Telos 145 (Winter 2008).

A. R. L. Gurland, “Social Power and the Fetishization of Jews: American Labor Antisemitism During the Second World War,” Telos 144 (Fall 2008).

Jim Vernon, “American Antigone: Hegelian Reflections on the Sheehan-Bush Conflict,” Telos 144 (Fall 2008).

Aniruddha Chowdhury, “Memory, Modernity, Repetition: Walter Benjamin’s History,” Telos 143 (Summer 2008).

Joseph W. Bendersky, “Carl Schmitt’s Path to Nuremberg: A Sixty-Year Reassessment,” Telos 139 (Summer 2007).

Robert D’Amico, “The Long March Out of the 20th Century,” Telos 127 (Spring 2004).

Paul Piccone, “The Long March Out of the 20th Century,” Telos 127 (Spring 2004).

Russell A. Berman, “Regime Change, or Smash the State: Reply to Johnstone,” Telos 126 (Winter 2003).

Alberto Buela, Antonio Burr, and Paul Piccone, “On Latin America: An Exchange,” Telos 126 (Winter 2003)

Russell A. Berman, “Saddam and Hitler,” Telos 125 (Fall 2002).

Donald W. Livingston, “Lincoln Symbols,” Telos 122 (Winter 2002).

Gary Ulmen, “Between the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich: Continuity in Carl Schmitt’s Thought,” Telos 119 (Spring 2001).

Heribert Adam, “Divided Memories: Confronting the Crimes of Previous Regimes,” Telos 118 (Winter 2000).

Alain de Benoist , “The First Federalist: Johannes Althusius,” Telos 118 (Winter 2000).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Skeptical Remarks on ‘Divided Memories’,” Telos 118 (Winter 2000).

Paul Gottfried, “A Sensitized World Order,” Telos 117 (Summer 1999).

Alain de Benoist, “What is Sovereignty?” Telos 116 (Summer 1999).

Paul Gottfried, “Enforcing ‘Human Rights’: Rejoinder to Rick Johnstone,” Telos 116 (Summer 1999)

Paul Gottfried, “The Religious Foundations of the Managerial Therapeutic State,” Telos 116 (Summer 1999).

Rick Johnstone, “Liberalism, Absolutism and Human Rights: Reply to Paul Gottfried,” Telos 116 (Summer 1999).

Alain de Benoist, “The French New Right in the Year 2000,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Rick Johnstone, “Ethnic Purges and Neighborly Pacts: Reflections on a Swiss Statue,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Rick Johnstone, “The Lessons of Auschwitz and the Lessons of Uri: Brief Comments on the Telos Symposium on Kosovo,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Peter Schneider, “Intervention in Kosovo,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Russell A.Berman, “Kosovo and the Critics,” Telos 114 (Winter 1999).

Gordana P. Crnkovic, “Kosovo and the Courage to Think with One’s Own Head,” Telos 114 (Winter 1999).

Paul Piccone, “If not ‘Never Again!’ at Least not ‘Always!’ The Kosovo Crisis in Perspective,” Telos 114 (Winter 1999).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Humanitarian Intervention?” Telos 114 (Winter 1999).

Daniele Conversi, “The Spanish Federalist Tradition and the 1978 Constitution,” Telos 112 (Summer 1998).

Göran Dahl, “Localism vs. Nationalism in Midwestern Populism,” Telos 112 (Summer 1998).

Mark Wegierski, “The Reform Party and the Crisis of Canadian Politics,” Telos 111 (Spring 1998).

Heribert Adam, “Anti-Semitism and Anti-Black Racism: Nazi Germany and Apartheid South Africa,” Telos 108 (Summer 1996).

Paul Gottfried, “On the Civil Rights Movement: Reply to Murray,” Telos 106 (Winter 1996).

Russell A. Berman, “Beyond Localism and Universalism: Nationhood and Solidarity,” Telos 105 (Fall 1995).

Magda Mueller, “On German Nationalism: Reply to Geulen,” Telos 105 (Fall 1995).

Frank Adler, “The Original Model of American Democracy and the Turn to Statism,” Telos 104 (Summer 1995).

Paul Piccone, “Introduction,” Telos 104 (Summer 1995).

Gary Ulmen, “Introduction,” Telos 104 (Summer 1995).

Thomas Fleming, “Three Faces of Democracy: Cleisthenes, Jefferson and Robespierre,” Telos 104 (Summer 1995).

John Michael, “Critical Intellectuals and Identity Logic: Politics, Repre- sentation and Community,” Telos 101 (Fall 1994).

Alain de Benoist, “The Idea of Empire,” Telos 98-99 (Winter 1993-Spring 1994).

Elena Aga Rossi, “Roosevelt’s European Policy and the Origins of the Cold War: A Reevaluation,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

El’as Jos Palti, “Liberalism vs. Nationalism: Hobsbawm’s Dilemma,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Alain de Benoist, “Democracy Revisited,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Chris Woltermann, “Federalism, Democracy and the People,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Ernest Gellner, “The Price of Velvet: On Thomas Masaryk and Vaclav Havel,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Karel Kosik, “The Third Munich,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Joroslav Opat, “On Kosik’s ‘The Third Munich’,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Paul Piccone, “The Actuality of Traditions,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Paul Gottfried, “Second Thoughts on Traditions,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Arshi Pipa, “The Adventure of Albania’s Young Turks,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Russell A. Berman, “Piedmont as Prussia: The Italian Model and German Unification,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Ludger KŸhnhardt, “Federalism and Subsidiarity,” Telos 91 (Spring 1992).

Bernard Poche, “The Lombard League: From Cultural Autonomy to Integral Federalism,” Telos 90 (Winter 1991-92).

Jeffrey Herf, “Simplicity and the 1983 Turning Point: Reply to Susanne Peters,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Horst Mewes, “German Unification, Nationalism and Democracy,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Paul Piccone, “Democracy and Federalism: Reply to Fraser,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Gary Ulmen, “Democracy and Federalism: Reply to Fraser,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Veljko Vujacic, “The Causes of Disintigration in the USSR and Yugoslavia,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Causes of Disintigration in the USSR and Yugoslavia,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Patrick Murray, “Must a Historicist Be a Relativist? ,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Jack Zipes, “German History and its Discontents,” Telos 78 (Winter 1988-89).

Robert D’Amico, “AIDS and the Politics of Morbidity,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Juan E. Corradi, “A Difficult Transition to Democracy,” Telos 75 (Spring 1988).

Geoff Eley, “Jeffrey Herf, ‘Reactionary Modernism: Technology, Culture and Politics in Weimar and the Third Reich’,” Telos 71 (Spring 1987).

Mas’ud Zavarzadeh, “Traditionalizing the Past: Brooks’ Lost in America,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Paul Buhle, “E.P. Thompson and his Critics,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Ronald Aronson, “Andre Glucksmann, ‘The Master Thinkers’,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

John Keane, “On the ‘New’ History: Quentin Skinner’s Proposal for a New History of Political Ideology,” Telos 47 (Spring 1981).

Paul Piccone, “Lukacs’ History and Class-Consciousness Half a Century Later,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969 ).

Alexander Delfini, “Henri Lefebvre, ‘The Explosion: Marxism and the French Upheaval’,” Telos 3 (Spring 1969).