Oxford University Press (1992)

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Quentin Skinner
Queen Mary University of London
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This book contains studies of four of the most influential political theorists in the Western tradition: Machiavelli, whose name is a byword for duplicity, Hobbes, the first great English political philosopher, Mill, liberal thinker and champion of individual liberty, and Marx, whose legacy has affected the lives of millions.
Keywords Political scientists
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Call number JC143.M4.G74 1992
ISBN(s) 019285254X   9780192852540
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