Politica Sacra Et Civilis (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought)

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Politica Sacra Et Civilis (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 283 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521392488
  • DDC分類 322.1

基本説明

Ed. by Conal Condren. Lawson's Politica is a treatise on politics in church and state and is the most significant work of political theory printed during 1659-60.

Full Description


Lawson's Politica is a systematic treatise on politics in church and state, and is arguably the most significant work of political theory to have been printed during the Restoration crisis of 1659-60. The work was widely discussed during the seventeenth century and its conceptual vocabulary applied in discussions of the Revolution of 1688-9, when it was also posthumously republished. Despite Lawson's fame, however, his work fell into relative obscurity during the eighteenth century but it has recently been the subject of renewed scholarly interest. Politica has been reassessed as both historically and theoretically significant, and Lawson's contextual and interpretative importance emphasised, as a writer who enriches our understanding of Hobbes and Locke. This new modern edition is the first to be based on, and to correct, the rare and badly printed edition of 1660 and the partially corrected edition of 1689. Containing full scholarly apparatus, it is designed to make this significant work accessible to students as well as specialists through a substantial introduction and notes, contextual material and bibliographical guide.

Table of Contents

Preface
Editor's introduction
A note on the text
Bibliographical guide
Principal dates
Epistle to the reader
Dedicatory poem
The arguments of the several chapters
1. Of government in general, and the original
thereof
2. Of government in general, and of a community
civil
3. Of an ecclesiastical community
4. Of a commonwealth in general, and power civil
5. Of the manner how civil power is acquired
6. Of power ecclesiastical
7. Of the manner of acquiring ecclesiastical
power
8. Of the disposition of power civil, and the
several forms of government
9. Of the disposition of ecclesiastical power:
and first, whether it be due unto the Bishop of
Rome
10. Whether the civil state have any good title
to the Power of the Keys
11. Whether episcopacy be the primary subject
of the Power of the Keys
12. Whether presbytery or presbyters be the
primary subject of the Power of the Keys
13. That the government of the church is not
purely democratical, but like that of a free
state, wherein the power is in the whole, not
in any part, which is the author's judgement
14. Of the extent of a particular church
15. Of subjection in general, and the subjects
of a civil state
16. Of subjects in an ecclesiastical polity
Biographical notes
Index.