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Centre for Political Thought

Members' Publications

  • Brooks, Thom (2018). Opening the Tomb of New Philosophical Accounts of Death. The Journal of Value Inquiry 52(2): 149-151.
  • Maffettone, Pietro (2018). Egalitarianism and the Great Recession: A Tale of Missed Connections? Res Publica 24(2): 237-256.
  • Schütze, Robert (2018). Judicial Majoritarianism Revisited: “We, the Other Court”? European Law Review 43(2): 269-280.
  • Hale, Thomas & Held, David (2018). Breaking the Cycle of Gridlock. Global Policy 9(1): 129-137.
  • Baron, Ilan Zvi (2018). The contradictions of Diaspora: A reflexive critique of the Jewish Diaspora’s relationship with Israel. Journal of International Political Theory 14(1): 85-106.
  • Sunderland, Luke (2018). Medieval Cultures and Modern Crises: Agamben’s Troubadours, Angels and Monks. Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 23(5): 77-93.
  • Schutze, Robert (2018). ‘Re‐reading’ Dassonville: Meaning and Understanding in the History of European Law. European Law Journal
  • Baron, Ilan Zvi (2018). Diasporas and political obligation. In Routledge Handbook of Diaspora Studies. Cohen, Robin & Fischer, Carolin Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 223-230.
  • Sunderland, Luke (2018). Emotions, History and Presence in Benoît de Sainte-Maure’s Roman de Troie. Forum for Modern Language Studies
  • Kahn, Elizabeth (2018). A structural approach to the human right to just and favourable working conditions. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
  • Baron, Ilan Zvi (2018). Falsifiability, the politics of evidence, and the importance of narratives. Critical Studies on Security
  • Craig, David (2018). The Language of Liberality in Britain, c.1760-c.1815. Modern Intellectual History
  • Baron, Ilan Zvi (2018). Methodological Reflections about STAIR. In Worldviews in Science, Technology, and Art in International Relations. Singh, J. P., Carr, Madeline & Marlin-Bennett, Renée Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2018). 'Introduction: Federal Britain?'. In The United Kingdom and the Federal Idea. Hart Publishing. 1-26.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2018). 'The "Unsettled" Eighteenth Century: Kant and his Predecessors'. In Globalisation and Governance: International Problems, European Solutions. Cambridge University Press. 1-30.
  • Maffettone, Pietro & Muldoon, Ryan (2017). Two Views of Assistance. Philosophy & Social Criticism 43(10): 998-1021.
  • Schütze, Robert (2017). Parliamentary Democracy and International Treaties. Global Policy 8(56): 7-13.
  • Hale, Tom & Held, David (2017). Beyond Gridlock. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Hegel's Philosophy of Law. In The Oxford Handbook of Hegel. Moyar, Dean Oxford: Oxford University Press. 453-474.
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Hegel on Crime and Punishment. In Hegel's Political Philosophy: On the Normative Significance of Method and System. Brooks, Thom & Stein, Sebastian Oxford: Oxford University Press. 202-221.
  • Maffettone, Pietro (2017). Rawls’ Duty of Assistance: A Defence and Re-Elaboration. Ethics & Politics XIX(I): 353-376.
  • Brooks, Thom & Sankey, Diana (2017). Beyond Reason: The Legal Importance of Emotions. In Ethical Rationalism and the Law. Capps, Patrick & Pattinson, Shaun Oxford: Hart. 131-148.
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Is eating meat ethical? Think 16(47): 9-13.
  • Stapleton, Julia (2017). The New Liberal Vision of C. F. G. Masterman: Religion, Politics and Literature in Early Twentieth-Century Britain. Modern Intellectual History
  • Schütze, Robert (2017). From the “Closed” to the “Open” Commercial State: A Very Brief History of International Economic Law. Journal of the History of International Law 19(4): 495-524.
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Punitive Restoration and Restorative Justice. Criminal Justice Ethics 36(2): 122-140.
  • Sunderland, Luke (2017). Rebel Barons: Resisting Royal Power in Medieval Culture. Oxford University Press.
  • Hamilton, Andy (2017). Coleridge and Conservatism: Contemplation of an Idea. In Coleridge and Contemplation. Cheyne, Peter Oxford University Press.
  • Baron, Ilan Zvi (2017). Response to Daniel Monterescu's review of Obligation in Exile: The Jewish Diaspora, Israel and Critique. Perspectives on Politics 15(03): 795.
  • Coakley, Mathew & Maffettone, Pietro (2017). Classifying states: instrumental rhetoric or a compelling normative theory? Ethics & Global Politics 10(1): 58-76.
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Unlocking Morality from Criminal Law. Journal of Moral Philosophy 14(3): 339-352.
  • Hamilton, Andy (2017). Wittgenstein on Memory. In The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Memory. Bernecker, Sven & Michaelian, Kourken Routledge.
  • Held, David & Maffettone, Pietro (2017). Moral Cosmopolitanism and Democratic Values. Global Policy 8(56): 54-64.
  • Held, David Hale, Thomas Brown, Garrett (2017). Global Health: New Leadership for Devastating Challenges. In Beyond Gridlock. Polity Press, Cambridge.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2017). From International to Federal Market: The Changing Structure of European Law. Oxford University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert (2017). 'Political Philosophy of Federalism'. In Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law. Wolfrum, Rüdiger, Grote, Rainer & Lachenmann, Frauke
  • Schütze, Robert (2016). Tax Barriers to Intra-Union Trade: American ‘Federalism’, European ‘Internationalism’? Yearbook of European Law 35(1): 382-409.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). Punitive Restoration: Giving the Public a Say on Sentencing. In Democratic Theory and Mass Incarceration. Dzur, Albert, Loader, Ian & Sparks, Richard Oxford: Oxford University Press. 140-161.
  • Maffettone, Pietro & Di Paola, Marcello (2016). Cosmopolitanism in a Gridlocked World. Philosophy and Public Issues 6(3): 3-14.
  • Schütze, Robert (2016). Of Types and Tests: Towards a Unitary Doctrinal Framework for Article 34 TFEU? European Law Review 41(6): 826-842.
  • Held, David (2016). Elements of a theory of global governance. Philosophy & Social Criticism 42(9): 837-849.
  • Maffettone, Pietro (2016). Benevolent absolutisms, incentives and Rawls’ The Law of Peoples. Politics, Philosophy & Economics 15(4): 379-404.
  • Kahn, Elizabeth (2016). Poverty, Injustice and Obligations to take Political Action. In Ethical Issues in Poverty Alleviation. Gaisbauer, Helmut P., Schweiger, Gottfried & Sedmak, Clemens Cham: Springer. 209-224.
  • Baron, Ilan Zvi (2016). Eating Jerusalem: Politics, Food and Identity. Jewish Studies Quarterly 23(3): 267-285.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). In Defence of Punishment and the Unified Theory of Punishment: A Reply. Criminal Law and Philosophy 10(3): 629-638.
  • Maffettone, Pietro (2016). Should We Tolerate Benevolent Absolutisms? Social Theory & Practice 42(3): 525-554.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). Becoming British: UK Citizenship Examined. London: Biteback Publishing.
  • Craig, David (2016). Political Ideas and 'Real' Politics. In Interpreting Governance, High Politics, and Public Policy: Essays Commemorating Interpreting British Governance. Turnbull, Nick New York: Routledge. 97-114.
  • Held, David (2016). Climate Change, Migration and the Cosmopolitan Dilemma. Global Policy 7(2): 237-246.
  • Sunderland, Luke (2016). Venice. In Europe: A Literary History 1348-1415. Wallace, David Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2: 486-501.