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e-Book George Lawson's 'Politica' and the English Revolution (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) download

e-Book George Lawson's 'Politica' and the English Revolution (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) download

by Conal Condren

ISBN: 0521522382
ISBN13: 978-0521522380
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 8, 2002)
Pages: 232
Category: Social Sciences
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

George Lawson's 'Politica' and the English Revolution. Online ISBN: 9780511558405. Your name Please enter your name. Who would you like to send this to . Optional message.

Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History)

Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History). Professor Condren here provides the context and the analysis of Lawson's major work, in the process re-dating it and providing a quite different interpretation from previous readings.

For long accepted as a significant figure, through his criticism of Hobbes and his possible influence on Locke, Lawson has never been studied in depth, nor has his biography been previously established. The study also uses Lawson's text to reopen questions about English seventeenth-century political theory in general, and to prefigure a theoretical study on metaphor and political conceptualisation. The book thus operates on a number of levels, philosophical and linguistic as well as historical. Category:Political Science, History & Theory.

The study also uses Lawson's text to reopen questions about English seventeenth-century political theory in general, and to prefigure a theoretical study on metaphor and political conceptualisation

The study also uses Lawson's text to reopen questions about English seventeenth-century political theory in general, and to prefigure a theoretical study on metaphor and political conceptualisation.

The fundamental question Ethan Shagan's book seeks to answer is how a. .

The fundamental question Ethan Shagan's book seeks to answer is how a government without a bureaucracy, police force, or standing army managed to affect the English Reformation. Shagan answers that it was an act of negotiation between the people and the government, an "act not done to the people done with them" (25). Divided into three parts, Shagan's book looks at the political and social processes of Reformation from the Act of Supremacy (1534) to the end of Edward VI's reign in 1553. Popular politics" is a crucial term in Shagan's book because it identifies the locus where state and society negotiated Reformation.

Part of the Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History Series).

Автор: Conal Condren Название: George Lawson& & and the English Revolution Издательство .

The study also uses Lawson’s text to reopen questions about English seventeenth-century political theory in general, and to prefigure a theoretical study on metaphor and political conceptualisation.

The Political Bible in Early Modern England. Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. By Kevin Killeen September 2018 · Church History. The Political Bible in Early Modern England. Volume 87 Issue 3 - Brent S. Sirota.

Series: Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History. He shows how the Edwardian government appealed to decidedly political and economic reasons in their quest for evangelical reform through the idiom of "commonwealth ideology. Paperback: 364 pages. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 4, 2002). An especially interesting example, and one with which Shagan concludes his book, is the story of John Boller who was brought before the Star Chamber in 1550 for supposedly rejecting the king's authority to strip the parish altar at Highworth parish.

This is the first full account, analysis and subsequent history of George Lawson's Politica, 1660-89. For long accepted as a significant figure, through his criticism of Hobbes and his possible influence on Locke, Lawson has never been studied in depth, nor has his biography been previously established. Professor Condren here provides the context and the analysis of Lawson's major work, in the process re-dating it and providing a quite different interpretation from previous readings. A substantial section is devoted to the history of the text and its use in controversies in the period 1660-89, and there is some reassessment of the relationship between Hobbes, Locke and Lawson. The study also uses Lawson's text to reopen questions about English seventeenth-century political theory in general, and to prefigure a theoretical study on metaphor and political conceptualisation. The book thus operates on a number of levels, philosophical and linguistic as well as historical.
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