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  1. Hume as an Ami de la Liberté: The Reception of His “Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth”.Ryu Susato - 2016 - Modern Intellectual History 13 (3):569-596.
    Despite the recent boom in research on the reception and influence of Hume's writings, most scholars have overlooked the fact that his enigmatic essay “Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth,” published in thePolitical Discoursesin 1752, not only attracted the attention of some French intellectuals before and after the Revolution, but was also taken seriously by a significant number of radicals—such as Paine, Price, Godwin, Wollstonecraft—and other reform-minded Whigs—such as James Mackintosh. Although the influence of Hume's plan onThe Federalist, No 10, has (...)
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  • What is Conservatism? History, Ideology and Party.Richard Bourke - 2018 - European Journal of Political Theory 17 (4):449-475.
    Is there a political philosophy of conservatism? A history of the phenomenon written along sceptical lines casts doubt on the existence of a transhistorical doctrine, or even an enduring conservative outlook. The main typologies of conservatism uniformly trace its origins to opposition to the French Revolution. Accordingly, Edmund Burke is standardly singled out as the ‘father’ of this style of politics. Yet Burke was de facto an opposition Whig who devoted his career to assorted programmes of reform. In restoring Burke (...)
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  • Death toHomo Economicus?J. G. Merquior - 1991 - Critical Review 5 (3):353-378.
  • John Stuart Mill: Law, Morality, and Liberty.H. S. Jones - 2018 - Modern Intellectual History 15 (3):879-891.
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