Cornell University Press (2011)

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The origins of Vico's social theory : Vichian reflections on the Neapolitan Revolt of 1701 and the politics of the metropolis -- Vico's cosmopolitanism : global citizenship and natural law in Vico's pedagogical thought -- Vico's social theory : the conundrum of the Roman metropolis and the struggle of humanity for natural rights -- From social theory to philosophy : Vico's disillusions with the Neapolitan magistracy and the new frontier of philosophy.
Keywords Social sciences History  Cities and towns History
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Call number B3583.N33 2011
ISBN(s) 9780801449161   0801449162   0801461359   9780801461354   9780801460876
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