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    • The concept of enmity in the political philosophy of Hobbes 

      Jaede, Maximilian (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-23) - Thesis
      To the author’s knowledge, this is the first systematic study of the concept of enmity in the political philosophy of Thomas Hobbes. Examining this important category does not only elucidate the concept itself, but also ...
    • Democracy and representation in the French Directory, 1795–1799 

      Kim, Minchul (University of St Andrews, 2018-11) - Thesis
      Democracy was no more than a marginal force during the eighteenth century, unanimously denounced as a chimerical form of government unfit for passionate human beings living in commercial societies. Placed in this context ...
    • Global possibilities in intellectual history : a note on practice 

      Haakonssen, Knud; Whatmore, Richard (2017) - Journal article
      Intellectual history, and especially the branch sometimes identified as the Cambridge school, continues to be criticized for not being sufficiently global in outlook. This article does not defend intellectual history. ...
    • Talking politics : constructing the res publica after Caesar’s assassination 

      Swithinbank, Hannah J. (2010-06) - Thesis
      The nature of the Republican constitution has been much contested by scholars studying the history of the Roman Republic. In considering the problems of the late Republic, the nature of the constitution is an important ...