British political thought in history, literature and theory, 1500-1800 [electronic resource] / edited by David Armitage.
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2006.
1 online resource (340 p.)
- Political science -- Great Britain -- History.
Politics in literature -- Great Britain -- History.
- Electronic books.
- This volume celebrates the contribution of the Folger Institute to British studies over many years.
- Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Content; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Chapter 1 The History of British Political Thought: A Field and its Futures; Part I British Political Thought and History; Chapter 2 Thinking about the New British History; Chapter 3 The Matter of Britain and the Contours of British Political Thought; Chapter 4 The Intersections between Irish and British Political Thought of the Early-Modern Centuries; Chapter 5 In Search of a British History of Political Thought; Part II British Political Thought and Literature
Chapter 6 Republicanism in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century BritainChapter 7 Dramatic Traditions and Shakespeare's Political Thought; Chapter 8 Irony, Disguise and Deceit: What Literature Teaches us About Politics; Chapter 9 Poetry and Political Thought: Liberty and Benevolence in the Case of the British Empire c. 1680-1800; Part III British Political Thought and Political Theory; Chapter 10 The Nature of Rights and the History of Empire; Chapter 11 Reading the Private in Margaret Cavendish: Conversations in Political Thought
Chapter 12 Reflections on Political Literature: History, Theory and the Printed BookChapter 13 Here and Now, There and Then, Always and Everywhere: Reflections Concerning Political Theory and the Study/Writing of Political Thought; Afterword; Bibliography; Primary manuscript sources; Printed primary sources; Secondary sources; Index
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- Armitage, David.
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