Law S Imagined Republic

Author: Steven Wilf
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521196906
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the Statute Imagined John Young and the New York Protest Against the
Surgeons The last two decades of the eighteenth century ... Reformers called for
replacing frequent clemency under harsh laws with milder codes and fewer
pardons.

Empire Of Liberty

Author: Gordon S. Wood
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199741090
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The Revolutionary state constitutions and laws struck out at the traditional power
of family and hereditary privilege. ... Authors now imagined republican families in
which children had much more equal relations with their parents than in the ...

Michel De Montaigne

Author: Ann Hartle
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139442046
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Nature always gives us happier laws than those we give ourselves. Witness the
... The laws ofnature still rule them, very little corrupted by ours.” The purity ...
Plato would find his imagined republic to be far from this newly discovered
perfection.

The Forum And The Tower

Author: Mary Ann Glendon
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199843732
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How Scholars and Politicians Have Imagined the World, from Plato to Eleanor
Roosevelt Mary Ann Glendon ... Cicero, “The Laws,” in Marcus Tullius Cicero,
The Republic and The Laws, Niall Rudd translation (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, ...

The Oxford Handbook Of The American Revolution

Author: Edward G. Gray
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199324034
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The law Wilson imagined was indubitably republican. Though he ... It followed,
then, that an American legal education ought not to be constructed upon a
foundation of the “constitution and government and laws” of England, but from “
our own.

Plato S Cretan City

Author: Glenn Raymond Morrow
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691024844
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No WORK of Plato's is more intimately connected with its time and with the world
in which it was written than the Laws. ... with the portrayal of a fourth-century
Greek city — a city that existed, it is true, only in Plato's imagination, but one
whose establishment he could well imagine as taking place in his day. ... Nor can
we be content to rely upon the Republic alone for understanding his political
philosophy.

Fear

Author: Corey Robin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195348101
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The sovereign would have to work through a combination of laws, elites, and
institutions like churches and schools to ... Even Plato, who had so little esteem
for fear that he tried to banish it from his imagined republic, believed that its exile
 ...

The Little Republic

Author: Karen Harvey
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199533849
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The little republic to which I gave laws, was regulated in the following manner: by
sun-rise we all assembled in our common ... Most notably, the domestic novel
and the conversation piece imagined the activities of families in their homes.

The Republic And The Laws

Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019954011X
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Its sequel, The Laws, expounds the influential doctrine of Natural Law, setting out an ideal code for a reformed Roman Republic that is half in the realm of Utopia. This is the first complete English translation of both works since 1928.

The Spirit Of Laws Transl 1st Amer Ed

Author: Charles de Secondat Montesquieu (baron de.)
Publisher:
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Qf the Legistati'ue Bowers in the Roman Republic. ... In their disputes the
plebeians gained this point,* that they alone, without patricians or senate, should
enact laws called ... One would have imagined, that so exorbitant a power must ...