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An Essay On The Vicissitudes Of Civil Society With Special Reference To Scotland In The Eighteenth Century, Marvin B. Becker Apr 1997

An Essay On The Vicissitudes Of Civil Society With Special Reference To Scotland In The Eighteenth Century, Marvin B. Becker

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Law and Civil Society


Civil Society, Metaphysics, And Tolerance, David C. Williams Apr 1997

Civil Society, Metaphysics, And Tolerance, David C. Williams

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Law and Civil Society


Civil Society And The American Foundings, Jack P. Greene Apr 1997

Civil Society And The American Foundings, Jack P. Greene

Indiana Law Journal

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A Response To Marvin Becker, "An Essay On The Vicissitudes Of Civil Society With Special Reference To Scotland In The Eighteenth Century", Michael Grossberg Apr 1997

A Response To Marvin Becker, "An Essay On The Vicissitudes Of Civil Society With Special Reference To Scotland In The Eighteenth Century", Michael Grossberg

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Law and Civil Society


Review Of Reason And Rhetoric In The Philosophy Of Hobbes, Donald J. Herzog Jan 1997

Review Of Reason And Rhetoric In The Philosophy Of Hobbes, Donald J. Herzog

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In the 1960s, Quentin Skinner wrote a series of polemical if terse papers arguing that the conventional approach to the history of political theory was confused. Using Hobbes as something of a vehicle for his position, Skinner enunciated what is now well known as the "Cambridge" approach to political theory. He urged that we situate authors in their intellectual contexts so that we can isolate what is distinctive, perhaps subversive, in their use of language: only then, he argued, can we have any valid historical understanding on what they are doing in writing these weird books in the first place ...