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Markets, Morals, Politics

Jealousy of Trade and the History of Political Thought

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$59.50 • £47.95 • €53.50

ISBN 9780674976337

Publication Date: 03/19/2018

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336 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Introduction [Béla Kapossy, Isaac Nakhimovsky, Sophus A. Reinert, and Richard Whatmore]
  • 1. Marx and Material Culture: Istvan Hont and the History of Scholarship [Peter N. Miller]
  • 2. Sociability in Sacred Historical Perspective, 1650–1800 [John Robertson]
  • 3. From Rousseau to Kant [Richard Tuck]
  • 4. Modern Representative Democracy: Intellectual Genealogy and Drawbacks [Pasquale Pasquino]
  • 5. Revision, Reorganization, and Reform: Prussia, 1790–1820 [Keith Tribe]
  • 6. Liberty, Autonomy, and Republican Historiography: Civic Humanism in Context [Michael Sonenscher]
  • 7. Millennium and Enlightenment: Robert Owen and the Second Coming of the Truth [Gareth Stedman Jones]
  • 8. Identification and the Politics of Envy [Raymond Geuss]
  • 9. Commerce, Credit, and Sovereignty: The Nation-State as Historical Critique [J. G. A. Pocock]
  • 10. Why We Need a Global History of Political Thought [John Dunn]
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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