Lineages of European political thought [electronic resource] : explorations along the medieval/modern divide from John of Salisbury to Hegel / Cary J. Nederman
- Nederman, Cary J.
- Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, c2009.
- Physical Description:
- xxiv, 375 p. ; 23 cm.
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- The legacy of Walter Ullmann -- Quentin Skinner's state: historical methodology and the formation of a European tradition -- Pathologies of continuity: the neo-figgisites -- A middle path: Alexander Passerin D'entrèves -- Toleration and community: functionalist foundations of liberty -- The royal will and the baronial bridle: the Bractonian contribution -- Political representation: modern theory and medieval practices -- For love and money: theorizing revolt in fourteenth-century Europe -- Brunetto Latini's commercial republicanism -- Marsiglio of Padua: between empire and republic -- Translatio Imperii: medieval and modern -- Christianity and republicanism: another look -- The origins of "policy" in twelfth-century England -- Economic liberty and the politics of wealth -- Money and community: Nicole Oresme -- Christine de Pizan's Expanding body politic -- The persistence of economic nationalism: John Fortescue -- Virtue, foresight, and grace: Machiavelli's medieval moments -- Arguing sovereignty in the seventeenth century: Bracton's readers -- Hegel on the medieval foundations of the modern state.
- 9780813215815 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-367) and index.
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