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On Civic Republicanism by Geoffrey Kellow, Neven Leddy

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On Civic Republicanism
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Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN-13: 9781487511395
Number of pages: 347

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Examining both ancient and early modern conceptions of civic republicanism, the authors respond to the work of thinkers ranging from Plato and Aristotle to Machiavelli, Montesquieu, and Wollstonecraft. A testament to the continuing influence of the concept and the ongoing scholarly debate which surrounds it, On Civic Republicanism addresses fundamental questions regarding democratic participation, liberal democracy, and the public good.

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