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Thu Oct 16 17:58:27 2014 UTClccn-n830356690.31The collected novels and memoirs /0.640.90Autobiography ; Autobiographical fragments and reflections ; Godwin/Shelley correspondence ; Memoirs /32080181Mark_Philpn 83035669925361フィルプ, マークlccn-n79021666Paine, Thomas1737-1809lccn-n80024468Godwin, William1756-1836lccn-n92047104Clemit, Pamelaothedtlccn-n78096105Machiavelli, Niccolò1469-1527lccn-n79059190Hobbes, Thomas1588-1679lccn-n79008220Rousseau, Jean-Jacques1712-1778lccn-n82251960Pelczynski, Z. A.edtlccn-n50019742Plamenatz, J. P.(John Petrov)np-godwin, williamGodwin, Williamlccn-n98005013Innes, JoannaedtPhilp, MarkHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogsMilitary historyPolitical scienceFranceRevolution (France : 1789-1799)Reflections on the revolution in France (Burke, Edmund)War--CausesGreat BritainPolitical ethicsCivil rightsUnited StatesInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Diplomatic relationsMonarchyPaine, Thomas,Enquiry concerning political justice (Godwin, William)Public opinionPublic opinion, BritishInternational relationsCivilization--French influencesPopulismPhilosophy, EnglishPolitical science--PhilosophyRousseau, Jean-Jacques,Machiavelli, Niccolò,Hobbes, Thomas,Representative government and representationKings and rulers--SuccessionNapoleonic Wars (1800-1815)Proposed Invasion of England (1793-1805 : Napoleonic Wars)DemocracyPolitical and social viewsRevolutionsEuropeNapoleon--I,--Emperor of the French,Children with disabilities--Family relationshipsGodwin, William,JusticeHuman rightsBurke, Edmund,Political cultureCivil rights movementsRevolutionariesAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Political scientistsPhilosophy, ModernPhilosophy, RenaissanceNovelists, EnglishPhilosophersSocial policy--PhilosophyRadicalismState, The19521978198219831986198919911992199319951997199819992000200220032004200620072008200920102012201320144873100300320JC177ocn851160448ocn798209642ocn468298782ocn464046169ocn030411092ocn030411051ocn030411072ocn030411063ocn030411114ocn030411344ocn185656986ocn185321077ocn185656934ocn185656958ocn185656949ocn185656972ocn185656979ocn185656943ocn185656965114922ocn311260112book19950.39Paine, ThomasThe rights of manHistoryThomas Paine was the first international revolutionary. His Common Sense was the most widely read pamphlet of the American Revolution, while his Rights of Man sent out a clarion call for revolution throughout the world. This collection brings together Paine's most powerful political writings in the first fully annotated edition of these works. An army of principles will penetrate where an army of soldiers cannot ... it will march on the horizon of the world and it will conquer.' Thomas Paine was the first international revolutionary. His Common Sense (1776) was the most widely read pamph+-+601373746532447811ocn013395822book19860.77Philp, MarkGodwin's Political justice47114ocn025027402book19910.70Philp, MarkThe French Revolution and British popular politicsHistory+-+38764867053244409ocn018416287book19890.50Philp, MarkPaineHistory+-+41112374653243429ocn071369527book20070.77Philp, MarkPolitical conduct+-+033975921525712ocn769989369book20120.82Plamenatz, J. PMachiavelli, Hobbes, and Rousseau"This volume presents lucid and insightful lectures on three great figures from the history of political thought, by John Plamenatz (1912-1975), a leading political philosopher of his time. He explores a range of themes in the political thought of Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Rousseau, at substantially greater length and depth than in his famous work of 1961, Man and Society. The lectures exemplify Plamenatz's view that repeated engagement with the texts of canonical thinkers can substantially enrich and expand our capacity for political reflection. Edited by Mark Philp and Zbigniew Pelczynski, the volume includes annotations to supply Plamenatz's sources and to refer readers to developments in their interpretation. A substantial introduction by Philp sets some of Plamenatz's concerns in the light of trends in recent scholarship, and illuminates the relevance of his work to the contemporary study of political thought"--2117ocn813005106book20130.82Innes, JoannaRe-imagining democracy in the age of revolutions : America, France, Britain, Ireland, 1750-1850HistoryThis title charts the transformation in the way people thought about democracy in the North Atlantic region in the years between the American Revolution and the revolutions of 18482063ocn009063040book19820.79Philp, MarkChildren with disabilities and their families : a review of research19014ocn027897660book19910.82Godwin, WilliamCollected novels and memoirs of William Godwin17020ocn028237615book19930.79Godwin, WilliamPolitical and philosophical writings of William Godwin / Mark PhilpHistory1646ocn061456544book20060.88Resisting Napoleon : the British response to the threat of invasion, 1797-1815Military history"By bringing together historians of Britain and France to examine the dynamics of the conflict between the two nations in this period, this book measures its impact on their domestic political cultures, and its effect on their perceptions of each other. In so doing it will encourage scholars to examine in more detail aspects of popular mobilization which have hitherto been largely ignored, such as the resurgence of loyalism in 1803, and to see contributions in the light of the dual contexts of domestic political conflict and their war with each other. The book contributes both new detail to our understanding of the period and a better overall understanding of the complex place that each nation came to occupy in the consciousness of the other."--BOOK JACKET+-+28680190251537ocn855046629book20130.82Philp, MarkReforming ideas in Britain : politics and language in the shadow of the French Revolution, 1789-1815History"Between 1789 and 1815, Britain faced a surge of challenges brought about by the French Revolution. Growing tensions with France, then the outbreak of war, exacerbated domestic political controversy, giving rise to new forms of political protest, to which the government responded with ever-increasing severity. Reforming Ideas in Britain brings together a series of essays to provide a vibrant historiography of Britain's political thought and movements during the 1790s and beyond. Challenging traditional perceptions of the period, Philp prompts us to reconsider the weight of various ideas, interpretations and explanations of British politics and language; showing us instead that this dynamic world of popular politics was at once more chaotic, innovative and open-minded than historians have typically perceived it to be. This is an essential interdisciplinary text for scholars of history, political theory and romanticism that offers a fresh perspective on radicalism, loyalism and republicanism in Britain during the French Revolution"--624ocn053108573book20030.82Franklin, AlexandraNapoleon and the invasion of BritainExhibition catalogs+-+5635976036617ocn058570440book19920.31Godwin, WilliamThe collected novels and memoirs487ocn839396672book19930.74Godwin, WilliamEnquiry concerning political justice and its influence on morals and happinessPresents the essay "Enquiry Concerning Political Justice," written by English philosopher William Godwin (1756-1836) and published online as part of the McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought. Examines principles of society, government, and property453ocn122291438book20070.66Philp, MarkThomas PaineHistoryBiography+-+9102674465372ocn030038163book19920.90Godwin, WilliamAutobiography ; Autobiographical fragments and reflections ; Godwin/Shelley correspondence ; MemoirsBiography245ocn633712804book19930.35Godwin, WilliamPolitical and philosophical writings174ocn830770541book19920.33Godwin, WilliamCollected novels and memoirs176ocn489966985book19930.47Godwin, WilliamPolitical and philosophical writings. variants+-+3876486705324+-+3876486705324Thu Oct 16 16:00:14 EDT 2014batch18631