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Thu Oct 16 18:00:31 2014 UTClccn-n500171510.29Sartre, a collection of critical essays0.490.82Lives, liberties, and the public good : new essays in political theory for Maurice Cranston /52762945Maurice_Cranstonn 5001715152602Cranston, Maurice.Cranston, Maurice 1920-Cranston Maurice 1920-1993Cranston, Maurice W.Cranston, Maurice W. 1920-1993Cranston, Maurice W. (Maurice William), 1920-1993Cranston, Maurice WilliamCranston, Maurice William, 1920->Cranston, Maurice William 1920->Krénston, MorisKrėnston, Moris 1920-1993Кренстон, Морис 1920-1993موريس كرانستون، 1920-موريس كرنستون، 1920-1993クランストン, Mクランストン, モーリスlccn-n79008220Rousseau, Jean-Jacques1712-1778lccn-n79090225Locke, John1632-1704lccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean-Paul1905-1980lccn-n79007044Mill, John Stuart1806-1873lccn-n81072495Peters, R. S.(Richard Stanley)1919-2011edtlccn-n79059190Hobbes, Thomas1588-1679lccn-n80131065Lakoff, Sanford A.auiedtnc-british broadcasting corporationBritish Broadcasting Corporationlccn-n50081596British Broadcasting CorporationThird Programmelccn-n85346301Feaver, GeorgeedtCranston, Maurice1920-1993BiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryTerminologyRousseau, Jean-Jacques,Political scienceAuthors, FrenchSartre, Jean-Paul,FrancePhilosophersLocke, John,ExistentialismHuman rightsNew LeftPamphleteersLibertyMill, John Stuart,Hobbes, Thomas,EqualityNatural lawRomanticismEnglandCranston, Maurice,RadicalismPolitical science--PhilosophyPhilosophy, FrenchAuthors, French--BiographyLocke, JohnLibrariesUtilitarianism19201993193319441945194619491953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971999200220032004200918592183792BPQ2637.A82ocn000018043ocn001114610ocn001138333ocn000892437ocn000873385ocn002115052ocn000941274ocn007500152ocn461895091ocn442884487ocn800477414ocn246849737ocn631592400ocn440390746ocn659922684ocn660058997ocn845114610ocn180002952ocn005510999ocn440390746ocn185703263ocn459650864183070ocn000371386book19570.50Cranston, MauriceJohn Locke : a biographyBiography149529ocn009599633book19820.35Cranston, MauriceJean-Jacques : the early life and work of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1712-1754BiographyA great deal has been learned about Rousseau in the past thirty years or so. Professor Ralph Leigh has produced a magisterial edition of Rousseau's letters; Rousseau's works are at last being edited in a scholarly manner; and critical studies throwing a new light on Rousseau's thought have been published by a whole new generation of Rousseau scholars on both sides of the Atlantic+-+7713661775127420ocn000863424book19620.50Cranston, MauriceWhat are human rights?121916ocn022907981book19910.33Cranston, MauriceThe noble savage : Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1754-1762BiographyBiografie van de Franse wijsgeer Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)+-+0813661775324116216ocn000141132book19700.47Cranston, MauriceThe New Left; six critical essaysEssays over Che Guevara, Jean-Paul Sartre, Herbert Marcuse, Frantz Fanon, Black Power en R.D. Laing81915ocn013214927book19860.50Cranston, MauricePhilosophers and pamphleteers : political theorists of the EnlightenmentHistory80437ocn003773975book19580.50Cranston, MauriceJohn Stuart Mill78016ocn034513836book19970.47Cranston, MauriceThe solitary self : Jean-Jacques Rousseau in exile and adversityBiographyIn this third and final volume of his masterly biography, Maurice Cranston traces the last tempestuous years of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's life. From his brilliant authorship of the Confessions, the Dialogues, and the Reveries to his controversial religious views, from his notorious public quarrel with David Hume in England to his clandestine return to France, from his unsettled wanderings to his death in 1778 - these and other critical events in Rousseau's most embattled years are detailed in this sympathetic yet balanced portrait. In 1762, with the condemnation of Emile and The Social Contract harried by both church and state, Rousseau fled Paris, seeking refuge in Neuchatel and England. Deemed a social outcast and beset by feelings of persecution and abuse, not wholly unwarranted, the philosopher turned in despair to the production of autobiographical works intended to reveal his essential innocence and integrity. Through this bitter introspection, Rousseau transformed his solitude into some of the most enduring literature of his time+-+111644862532466214ocn002722665book19730.56Cranston, MauriceThe mask of politics, and other essays6449ocn000337117book19720.56Cranston, MauriceHobbes and Rousseau: a collection of critical essays59319ocn000352493book19610.53Cranston, MauriceLocke59214ocn001114610book19640.50Cranston, MauriceWestern political philosophersHistoryShort studies of leading figures including Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Burke, Hegel, Marx and Mill5396ocn000018043book19680.47Cranston, MauriceA glossary of political ideasTerminology52912ocn028585919book19940.59Cranston, MauriceThe romantic movementThe Romantic Movement in Europe was both a revolt and a revival, a philosophy of life as well as of art. In the earliest expressions of romantic theory by Rousseau and Diderot, it is seen as a revolt against rationalism. In Great Britain and Italy it appears as a revolt against classicism, in Spain as a revival of the tradition of the Moorish courts, and in Germany, where it excited the greatest enthusiasm, as both a revolt against rationalism and a revival of the Gothic and Germanic+-+66294668154688ocn011816372book19840.37Rousseau, Jean-JacquesA discourse on inequalityA republication of French author and philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau's eighteenth-century text in which he discusses the negative impact of civilization on man's natural happiness and freedom+-+948999596545817ocn004764403book19620.29Kern, EdithSartre, a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides a key to evaluation and appreciation of Jean-Paul Sartre's writings and of the basic precepts of Existentialism45410ocn000002231book19650.59Cranston, MauricePolitical dialogues41712ocn000441741book19530.66Cranston, MauriceFreedom41413ocn000094004book19690.70Cranston, MauriceThe quintessence of Sartrism+-+45667223353258ocn013269425book19860.82Lives, liberties, and the public good : new essays in political theory for Maurice Cranston11ocn711957955book19550.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of printed books : comprising the property of the late Dr. G.C. Hobbs; the property of Maurice Cranston, Esq.; the property of the late Sir C. Beyner Jones, C.B., C.B.E., LL.D.; the property of L.C. Wallach, Esq.; the property of Richard Maddocks, Esq.; and other properties, and including collections of the works of Thomas Hobbes and John locke, and other English books of the 17th century; a collection of fore-edge paintings; books by, or relating to, Richard Wagner; French books of the 18th to the 20th century, well bound and in very clean condition; a Rouen 15th century horae; bound volumes of plays; George Moore's corrected typescript of The strike of Arlingford; publications of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments; art books; ornithology; travel, etc. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries, 34 & 35 New Bond Street, W.1; days of sale: Monday, July 25, 1955, and following day+-+0813661775324+-+0813661775324Thu Oct 16 16:00:13 EDT 2014batch25255