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Trumpet of Sedition Political Theory and the Rise of Capitalism 1509 1688

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Others in Europe By examining political ideas not merely as free floating abstractions but as living encounters with historical experience the formation of the English state and the rise of agrarian capitali.

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A Trumpet of Sedition surveys canonical texts by thinkers such as Thomas More Richard Hooker Thomas Hobbes and John Locke as well as the ideas of radicals like the Levellers and Gerrard Winstanley and less we.

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Ll known but important figures The authors explain these texts in clear and lively prose while situating them in their social and political context in new and original ways and contrasting the English case to.

  • Paperback
  • 150
  • Trumpet of Sedition Political Theory and the Rise of Capitalism 1509 1688
  • Ellen Meiksins Wood
  • English
  • 24 July 2019
  • 9780814793213

About the Author: Ellen Meiksins Wood

Ellen Meiksins Wood FRSC April 12 1942 – January 14 2016 was an American Canadian Marxist historian and scholar From 1967 to 1996 she taught political science at Glendon College York University in Toronto Ontario Canada With Robert Brenner Ellen Meiksins Wood articulated the foundations of Political Marxism a strand of Marxist theory that places history at the centre of its analysis I


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