NOMOS: American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy


Publisher: American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy / NYU Press
Publication Website: https://nyupress.org/nomos/
Coverage: Vols. 1-6 (1958-1963); 17-60 (1977-2019)

Indexing: Vols. 1-63 (1958-2020)
ISSN: 0078-0979
Frequency: 1
Additional Information: NOMOS is the annual yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. The ASPLP was begun in 1955 by Carl Friedrich to bring together a group of political scientists, philosophers and law scholars interested in exploring legal and political philosophy outside of their home disciplines. The main activity of the society is its annual meeting held on a topic chosen in advance by the ASPLP membership, at which three papers-one from each of the participating disciplines-are presented. The society publishes these papers, along with formal commentary and invited additional essays, in the NOMOS volumes. The ASPLP leadership has included some of the most distinguished and accomplished scholars in political and legal philosophy including John Rawls, Lon Fuller and Judith Shklar.

Volumes:
63 (Democratic Failure, 2020) Indexing Only
62 (Protest and Dissent, 2020) Indexing Only
61 (Political Legitimacy, 2019) Indexing Only
60 (Privatization, 2019)
59 (Compromise, 2018)
58 (Wealth, 2017)
57 (Immigration, Emigration, and Migration, 2017)
56 (American Conservatism, 2016)
55 (Federalism and Subsidiarity, 2014)
54 (Loyalty, 2013)
53 (Passions and Emotions, 2013)
52 (Evolution and Morality, 2012)
51 (Transitional Justice, 2012)
50 (Getting to the Rule of Law, 2011)
49 (Moral Universalism and Pluralism, 2009)
48 (Toleration and Its Limits, 2008)
47 (Humanitarian Intervention, 2006)
46 (Political Exclusion and Domination, 2005)
45 (Secession and Self-Determination, 2003)
44 (Child, Family, and State, 2003)
43 (Moral and Political Education, 2002)
42 (Designing Democratic Institutions, 2000)
41 (Global Justice, 1999)
40 (Integrity and Conscience, 1998)
39 (Ethnicity and Group Rights, 1997)
38 (Political Order, 1996)
37 (Theory and Practice, 1995)
36 (The Rule of Law, 1994)
35 (Democratic Community, 1993)
34 (Virtue, 1992)
33 (Compensatory Justice, 1991)
32 (Majorities and Minorities, 1990)
31 (Markets and Justice, 1989)
30 (Religion, Morality, and the Law, 1988)
29 (Authority Revisited, 1987)
28 (Justification, 1986)
27 (Criminal Justice, 1985)
26 (Marxism, 1983)
25 (Liberal Democracy, 1983)
24 (Ethics, Economics, and the Law, 1982)
23 (Human Rights, 1981)
22 (Property, 1980)
21 (Compromise in Ethics, Law, and Politics, 1979)
20 (Constitutionalism, 1979)
19 (Anarchism, 1978)
18 (Due Process, 1977)
17 (Human Nature in Politics, 1977)
16 (Participation in Politics, 1975) Indexing Only
15 (The Limits of Law, 1974) Indexing Only
14 (Coercion, 1972) Indexing Only
13 (Privacy, 1971) Indexing Only
12 (Political and Legal Obligation, 1970) Indexing Only
11 (Voluntary Associations, 1969) Indexing Only
10 (Representation, 1968) Indexing Only
9 (Equality, 1967) Indexing Only
8 (Revolution, 1966) Indexing Only
7 (Rational Decision, 1964) Indexing Only
6 (Justice, 1963)
5 (The Public Interest, 1962)
4 (Liberty, 1962)
3 (Responsibility, 1960)
2 (Community, 1959)
1 (Authority, 1958)