Contributions to the History of Concepts
Aims & Scope
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Contributions to the History of Concepts is the international peer-reviewed journal of the History of Concepts Group (formerly HPSCG). It is hosted and sponsored by the University of Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History.
The journal serves as a platform for theoretical and methodological articles as well as empirical studies on the history of concepts and their social, political, and cultural contexts. It aims to promote the dialogue between the history of concepts and other disciplines, such as intellectual history, history of knowledge and science, linguistics, translation studies, history of political thought and discourse analysis.
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Subjects: history of ideas, history of ideology, intellectual history, linguistics, political science, political theory
Winter 2016, Volume 11(2)
Heritage (Erfgoed) in the Dutch Press: A History of Changing Meanings in an International Context
Hanneke Ronnes and Tamara van Kessel
Representation of Innovation in Seventeenth-Century England: A View from Natural Philosophy
Special Section: Time in the Ibero-American World
Guest edited by Javier Fernández-Sebastián
Introduction: Experiences of Time in the Ibero-American World, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Javier Fernández-Sebastián and Fabio Wasserman
Political Regeneration: José Bonifácio and Temporal Experiences in the Luso-American World in the Early Decades of the Nineteenth Century
Maria Elisa Noronha de Sá and Marcelo Gantus Jasmin
The Perception of Time and the Meaning of History among Spanish Intellectuals of the Nineteenth Century
Ana Isabel González Manso
Precarious Time, Morality, and the Republic: New Granada, 1818–1853
Francisco A. Ortega
A World in the Making: Discovering the Future in the Hispanic World
Improvising the Emotional Self
A Review of Erin Sullivan, Beyond Melancholy: Sadness and Selfhood in Renaissance England
Networks: Toward a Critical Archaeology of Cultural Tropes
A Review of Sebastian Gießmann, Die Verbundenheit der Dinge: Eine Kulturgeschichte der Netze und Netzwerke [The connectedness of things: A cultural history of webs and networks] and Alexander Friedrich, Metaphorologie der Vernetzung: Zur Theorie kultureller Leitmetaphern [A metaphorology of networks: Toward a theory of cultural tropes]
Christian J. Emden
Fate—Opponent of Human Autonomy or Its Source?
A Review of Franziska Rehlinghaus, IDie Semantik des Schicksals: Zur Relevanz des Unverfügbaren zwischen Aufk lärung und Erstem Weltkriek Relevanz des Unverfügbaren zwischen Aufk lärung und Erstem Weltkriek [The semantics of fate: On the relevance of what is beyond human control between the Enlightenment and World War I]
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