Ideal government and the mixed constitution in the Middle Ages / James M. Blythe.

Author
Published
  • Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press [1992]
Physical description
1 online resource (362 pages)
ISBN
  • 9781400862603
  • 1400862604
  • 0691031673
  • 9780691031675
  • 0691602972
  • 9780691602974
Local notes
  • Unlimited number of concurrent users.
Contents
  • Frontmatter -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- CHAPTER 1. Introduction -- CHAPTER 2. The Mixed Constitution in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages -- CHAPTER 3. Thomas Aquinas -- CHAPTER 4. Giles of Rome -- CHAPTER 5. Peter of Auvergne -- CHAPTER 6. Ptolemy of Lucca -- CHAPTER 7. Engelbert of Admont -- CHAPTER 8. John of Paris -- CHAPTER 9. Aristotelian Political Thought in the Fourteenth Century -- CHAPTER 10. Relativism and the Best Polity -- CHAPTER 11. Kingship, Popular Sovereignty, and the Mixed Constitution -- CHAPTER 12. Nicole Oresme and the Synthesis of Aristotelian Political Thought -- CHAPTER 13. Conciliarism -- CHAPTER 14. Later Theories of Mixed Government in England and Northern Europe -- CHAPTER 15. The Mixed Constitution and Italian Republicanism -- CHAPTER 16. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index.
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • text
Language
  • English

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