Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain (Ideas in Context)

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Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain (Ideas in Context)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 444 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521392426
  • DDC分類 320.941

基本説明

Explores the political ideologies of early modern Britain.

Full Description


Originally published in 1993, this collection of essays, all by pre-eminent exponents of the history of political thought, explores the political ideologies of early modern Britain. Organised on a broadly chronological basis, the topics addressed by individual scholars reflect in general the themes initiated and inspired by the work of the distinguished intellectual historian J. G. A. Pocock, for whom the collection is intended as a tribute. Each of the sixteen contributors have thought long and critically about Pocock's seminal contributions to the subject, and in each essay they engage with the debates he has provoked. As a fitting conclusion to the volume, Professor Pocock responds to the essays and provided his personal interpretation of the themes they invoke.

Table of Contents

Preface
Part I: 1. George Buchanan and the
Anti-Monarchomachs J. H. Burns
2. The ancient constitution revisited William
Klein
3. Arminianism: the controversy that never was
William Lamont
4. Scienta civilis in classical rhetoric and in
the early Hobbes Quentin Skinner
Part II: 5. Parliamentary sovereignty: a very
English absolutism Michael Mendle
6. The civil religion of Thomas Hobbes Richard
Tuck
7. The rapture of motion: James Harrington's
republicanism Jonathan Scott
8. Casuistry to Newcastle: The Prince in the
world of the book Conal Condren
Part III: 9. Between Lambeth and Leviathan:
Samuel Parker on the Church of England and
political order Gordon J. Schochet
10. Priestcraft and the birth of Whiggism Mark
Goldie
11. The right to resist: Whig resistance theory
in the Revolution of 1688-9 Lois G. Schwoerer
12. Placing the Two Treatises James Tully
Part IV: 13. Shaftesbury, politeness and the
politics of religion Lawrence Klein
14. Propriety, property and prudence: David
Hume and the defence of the revolution Nicholas
Phillipson
15. The rhapsody of public debt: David Hume and
the voluntary state bankruptcy Istvan Hont
16. Universal monarchy and the liberties of
Europe: David Hume's critique of an English
Whig doctrine John Robertson
Part V: 17. A discourse of sovereignty:
observations on the work in progress J. G. A.
Pocock
A bibliography of the writings of J. G. A.
Pocock
Index.