The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism (Hobbes to Locke). By C. B. Macpherson. Oxford University Press, Those of us who have had the good . C. B. Macpherson’s The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism: Hobbes to Locke challenged the canonical interpretation of seventeenth-century . Introduction. The roots of liberal-democratic theory — Problems of interpretation — Hobbe: the political obligation of the market. Philosophy and political theory.
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Submitting a Proposal Your Contacts. Request an Inspection Copy. Description About the Author s Table of Contents Description One of the key works of twentieth-century political philosophy Theroy out of print and now available in an affordable new edition New introduction by Frank Cunningham of the University of Toronto puts the work in a twenty-first-century context.
About the Author s C. The Roots of Liberal-Democratic Theory 2: Problems of Interpretation II.
Philosophy and Political Theory 2: Human Nature and the State of Nature 3: Models of Society 4: The Problem of the Franchise 2: Types of Franchise 3: The Balance and the Gentry 3: The Bourgeois Society 4: The Equal Commonwealth and the Equal Agrarian 5: The Self-Cancelling Balance Principle 6: The Theory of Property Right 3: Class Differentials in Natural Rights and Rationality 4: The Ambiguous State of Nature possexsive The Ambiguous Civil Society 6: Unsettled Problems Reconsidered VI.
The Seventeenth-Century Foundations 2: A History of Modern Political Thought: History of Political Theory: Roy Request an Inspection Copy.
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