Ideal government and the mixed constitution in the Middle Ages / James M. Blythe.
- Blythe, James M. 1948-
- Princeton, N.J : Princeton University Press 1992
- 0691031673 (acid-free paper)
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -336) and index.
- The mixed constitution in antiquity and the early Middle Ages -- Thomas Aquinas -- Giles of Rome -- Peter of Auvergne -- Ptolemy of Lucca -- Engelbert of Admont -- John of Paris -- Aristotelian political thought in the fourteenth century -- Relativism and the best polity -- Kingship, popular sovereignty, and the mixed constitution -- Nicole Oresme and the synthesis of Aristotelian political thought -- Conciliarism -- Later theories of mixed government in England and Northern Europe -- The mixed constitution and Italian republicanism.
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