July–September 2012, Vol. 41, No. 3

A School or a Stage? Tocqueville and Arendt on Politics and Education
Brian Danoff

Tocqueville and the Religion of Democracy
Richard Avramenko

Political Relativism in the Work of Martin Heidegger
Jason Blakely

Self-Knowledge and Sociability in the Thought of Rousseau
Benjamin Storey

Leo Strauss’s Adherence to Nietzsche’s “Atheism From Intellectual Probity”
Robert C. Miner

Covenantal Realism: The Self-Referential Incoherency of Conventional Social Contract Theory and the Necessity of Consent
Paul R. Dehart

The Pious Sex: Essays on Women and Religion in the History of Political Thought, by Andrea Radasanu 000
Reviewed by Natalie Taylor

The Conservative Foundations of the Liberal Order: Defending Democracy Against Its Modern Enemies and Immoderate Friends, by Daniel J. Mahoney
Reviewed by G. J. McAleer

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