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Publications

Forthcoming

Robert Fine ‘Evil, Banality of Radical’, in Dinah Shelton (ed.) Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, 3 vols. Detroit, Mich: Macmillan Reference USA, 2005, 1000 words.

2004

Will Smith and Robert Fine, ‘Kantian Cosmopolitanism today: John Rawls and Jurgen Habermas on Immanuel Kant’s Foedus Pacificum’, King’s College Law Journal, 15, 1, 2004, pp. 5-22.

Robert Fine, ‘Taking the “ism” out of cosmopolitanism; an essay in reconstruction’, European Journal of Social Theory, 6 (4) 2003 pp. 451-470. Translated into Spanish as: Robert Fine ‘Cosmopolitismo sin “ismo”: un ensayo reconstructivo’ in Persona y Sociedad, 18, 2, Agosto 2004, pp. 239-262.

Robert Fine ‘Between past and future: the equivocations of the new cosmopolitanism’, Studies in Law, Politics and Society 2004, vol.31, pp.25-44

2003

Robert Fine and Will Smith, ‘Habermas’s theory of cosmopolitanism’ Constellations: an International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 10, 4, Dec 2003, pp. 467-487.

Robert Fine, ‘Kant’s theory of cosmopolitanism and Hegel’s critique’, Philosophy and Social Criticism, ed. by David Rasmussen, 29 (6) 2003, pp. 609-630.

Robert Fine and Daniel Chernilo ‘Classes and nations in recent historical sociology’, in Gerard Delanty and Engin Isin (eds.) Handbook of Historical Sociology, London: Sage 2003, pp. 235-250.

Robert Fine ‘Kosmopolitismus a socialni teorie’ (M Hrubec: Komentar), Filosoficky Casopis, Rocnik 51, 2003, cislo 3.

Robert Fine, ‘Understanding evil: Arendt and the final solution’ in Maria Pia Lara (ed.) Rethinking Evil: Contemporary Perspectives, LA: University of California Press, 2001, pp. 131-150. Translated into Italian as Robert Fine, ‘Comprendere il male: Hannah Arendt e la “soluzione finale”’, Ripensare il Male: Prospettive Contemporanee, Meltemi, 2003, trans. Piero Vereni.

2002

Robert Fine, Democracy and the Rule of Law: Marx’s Critique of the Legal Form, new edition with new Preface, Caldwell, New Jersey: The Blackburn Press, 2002, 231pp.

Robert Fine, ‘Marxism and the social theory of law’, in Reza Banakar and Max Travers (eds.) Introduction to Law and Social Theory, London: Hart, 2002, pp.101-117.

Robin Cohen and Robert Fine, ‘Four moments of cosmopolitanism’, Conceiving Cosmopolitanism, ed. by R Cohen and S Vortevec, Oxford: OUP, 2002, pp. 137-164.

Robert Fine, ‘Totalitarianism, impact on social thought’ International Encyclopaedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences: (ed. By Dr N Smelser and Dr P Baltes), Oxford: Pergamon, 2002.

Robert Fine, ‘Marxist social thought, history of’ International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences: (ed. By Dr N Smelser and Dr P Baltes), Oxford: Pergamon 2002.

2001

Robert Fine, Political Investigations: Hegel, Marx, Arendt, London: Routledge, 2001, pb and hb, 176pp.

Robert Fine, ‘The Marx-Hegel relationship: revisionist interpretations’, Capital and Class, 75, 2001,

Robert Fine, ‘Hegel, Marx and the specificity of the political’, Garry Potter and Jose Lopez (ed.s) After Postmodernism: an Introduction to Critical Realism, London: Athlone, 2001, pp. 272-284.

2000

Robert Fine and Charles Turner (eds.) Social Theory after the Holocaust, Liverpool University Press, October 2000, 266pp.

Robert Fine, ‘Civil society and violence: a critique of John Keane’ Soundings, ed. Andreas Hess, London: Lawrence and Wishart, 16, Autumn 2000, pp.113-121.

Robert Fine and David Hirsh, ‘The decision to commit a crime against humanity’, in Margaret Archer and Jonathan Tritter (eds.) Rational Choice, London: Routledge, 2000.

Robert Fine, ‘Politics and understanding after the Holocaust: the humanism of Hannah Arendt’, in R Fine and C Turner (ed. s) Social Theory after the Holocaust, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000, pp.19-46.

Robert Fine and C Turner, ‘Introduction’, to R Fine and C Turner (ed. s) Social Theory after the Holocaust, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000, pp. 1-5.

Robert Fine, ‘Crimes against humanity: Hannah Arendt and the Nuremberg Debates’, European Journal of Social Theory, 3,3, 2000.

1999

Edward Mortimer and Robert Fine (eds.) People, Nation and State, London: IB Tauris, 1999, 166pp .

Robert Fine, ‘Benign nationalism? The limits of the civic ideal’, in E Mortimer and R Fine (eds.) People Nation and State: The Meaning of Ethnicity and Nationalism, I B Tauris 1999.

1998

Robert Fine, ‘The concept of totalitarianism: reply to Claude Lefort’, Warwick and Sussex Papers in Social Theory 2, University of Warwick 1998 (and the translation of Claude Lefort’s `The concept of totalitarianism’ from the French in the same issue).

Robert Fine, ‘The fetishism of the subject? Alain Touraine’s critique of modernity’, European Journal of Social Theory, no.3, 1998, pp. 179-184.

Robert Fine, ‘The equivocations of politics: the concept of totalitarianism in Hannah Arendt’s political thought’, in The Finnish Yearbook of Political Thought, vol. 2 1998, pp. 90-112.

1997

Robert Fine, Being Stalked: A Memoir, Chatto and Windus, 1997, 166 pp.

Robert Fine and Shirin Rai (eds.), Civil Society: Democratic Perspectives, Frank Cass, London, 1997, 172 pp.

Robert Fine, ‘Civil society, enlightenment and critique’ in Robert Fine and Shirin Rai, Civil Society, Democratic Perspectives, London: Frank Cass, 1997, pp. 7-28.

Robert Fine and Shirin Rai, ‘Understanding civil society’, in Robert Fine and Shirin Rai, Civil Society, Democratic Perspectives, London: Frank Cass, 1997, pp. 1-6.