The problem of political philosophy

Yiftah Elazar (Princeton): The American Debate and the Invention of Negative Liberty. Poul F. Kjaer (Frankfurt): The Under-Complexity of Democracy. Karl Widerquist (Georgetown): What Does Prehistoric Anthropology have to do with Modern Political Philosophy? Evidence of Five False Claims. Kenneth DeLuca (Hampden Sydney): On the Problem of The Tempest: The Problem of Political Philosophy. Francesca Pasquali (Milan): Hard Times: Public Philosophy or Political Philosophy? Andreas Follesdal (Oslo): The Place of Self-Interest and the Role of Power in the Deliberative Democracy. Onur Ulas Ince (Cornell): The Return of the Schmittian: Radical Democratic Theory at its Limits. Carl L. Bankston (Tulane): Social Justice: Cultural Origins of a Perspective and a Theory. Richard J. Arneson (UCSD): "Equality of What?" Puqing Lai (Zhejiang): Existence and Evolution of the State. Teemu Ruskola (Emory): Raping Like a State. Andrew C. Spiropoulos (Oklahoma City): Reaction or Reformation? Leo Strauss and American Constitutional Law. Conor Williams (Georgetown): Pluralism and Uncertainty after Philosophy's Linguistic Turn: The Pragmatism of Michael Oakeshott and Practical Politics. A review of A Brief History of Liberty by David Schmidtz and Jason Brennan. A review of The Hebrew Republic: Jewish Sources and the Transformation of European Political Thought by Eric Nelson. A review of The Philosophy of Recognition: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Revisited. A review of Democracy and Moral Conflict by Robert B. Talisse. Dick Howard on his book The Primacy of the Political: A History of Political Thought from the Greeks to the French and American Revolutions. The introduction to After Pluralism: Social Ethics for Social Justice.