Hanako Koyama (Shinshu): Representing Oneself. Murray S. Y. Bessette (Morehead State): On the Genesis and Nature of Judicial Power. John Werner (UC-Davis): Sexual Healing: Grounding Eros, Social Attachment, and the Perfectionist Impulse. Bjorn Ostbring (Lund): David Hume and Contemporary Realism in Political Theory. Michale Sevel (Sydney): Hobbes: Patriarch of Legal Positivism, or Reinventor of Natural Law? Hobbes defanged: A review of The Platonian Leviathan by Leon Harold Craig. Robert Talisse interviews Paul Weithman, author of Why Political Liberalism? On John Rawls’s Political Turn. Daniel Viehoff reviews of Insurrection and Intervention: The Two Faces of Sovereignty by Ned Dobos. Here are sample chapters from Political Philosophy in the Twenty-First Century: Essential Essays, ed. Steven M. Cahn and Robert B. Talisse. Three political essays by Edmund Burke have been discovered by historian Richard Bourke. Ben Boychuk reviews The New Leviathan: The State Versus the Individual in the 21st Century, ed. Roger Kimball. Harvey C. Mansfield on what political philosophy has to say about elections.