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The Cambridge history of eighteenth-century political thought

Corporate Author: Cambridge University Press.
Other Authors: Goldie, Mark., Wokler, Robert, 1942-2006.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2006
Series: Cambridge history of political thought.
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Online Access: Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Pt. I: The ancien reĢgime and its critics.
  • The spirit of nations /
  • Sylvana Tomaselli ;
  • The English system of liberty /
  • Mark Goldie ;
  • Scepticism, priestcraft, and toleration /
  • Richard H. Popkin
  • and
  • Mark Goldie ;
  • Piety and politics in the century of lights /
  • Dale K. Van Kley
  • Pt. II: The new light of reason.
  • The comparative study of regimes and societies /
  • Melvin Richter ;
  • Encyclopedias and the diffusion of knowledge /
  • Daniel Roche ;
  • Optimism, progress, and philosophical history /
  • Haydn Mason ;
  • Naturalism, anthropology, and culture /
  • Wolfgang Pross.
  • Pt. III: Natural jurisprudence and the science of legislation.
  • German natural law /
  • Knud Haakonssen ;
  • Natural rights in the Scottish Enlightenment /
  • James Moore ;
  • The mixed constitution and the common law /
  • David Lieberman ;
  • Social contract theory and its critics /
  • Patrick Riley
  • Pt. IV. Commerce, luxury, and political economy.
  • The early Enlightenment debate on commerce and luxury /
  • Istvan Hont ;
  • Physiocracy and the politics of laissez-faire /
  • T. J. Hochstrasser ;
  • Scottish political economy /
  • Donald Winch ;
  • Property, community, and citizenship /
  • Michael Sonenscher
  • Pt. V. The promotion of public happiness.
  • Philosophical kingship and enlightened despotism /
  • Derek Beales ;
  • Cameralism and the sciences of the state /
  • Keith Tribe ;
  • Utilitarianism and the reform of the criminal law /
  • Frederick Rosen ;
  • Republicanism and popular sovereignty /
  • Iring Fetscher
  • Pt. VI. The Enlightenment and revolution.
  • The American Revolution /
  • Gordon S. Wood ;
  • Political languages of the French Revolution /
  • Keith Baker ;
  • British radicalism and the anti-Jacobins /
  • Iain Hampsher-Monk ;
  • Ideology and the origins of social science /
  • Robert Wokler.