Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Rousseau

Oxford University Press (2012)
Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction, Mark Philp -- Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Rousseau: Introductory Lecture -- Part One: Machiavelli -- 1. The Morally Neutral Political Scientist -- 2. Virtue and the Double Standard -- 3. Republics and Freedom -- 4. Machiavelli: an Egalitarian? -- 5. The Leader, the Legislator, the Prince, and the Patriot -- Part Two: Hobbes -- 6. A General Assessment of his Political Philosophy -- 7. Obligation, Law, and Covenant I -- 8. Obligation, Law, and Covenant II -- 9. Sovereign Authority and the Right Of Resistance (I) -- 10. Sovereign Authority and the Right Of Resistance (II) -- Part Three: Rousseau -- 11. Rousseau's Place in the History of Political Thought -- 12. Rousseau's Conception of Freedom -- 13. Inequality: Its Origins and Effects -- 14. Man's Natural Goodness and his Corruption by Society -- 15. Reason, Freedom, and Justice -- 16. The Sovereign People, the Law, and the Citizen -- 17. Community and the Citizen -- Index.
Keywords Political science Philosophy  PHILOSOPHY / Political  PHILOSOPHY / History & Surveys / General
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Call number JA71.P569 2012
ISBN(s) 9780199645060   019964506X
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