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Cicero's social and political thought

Author: Neal Wood
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1988.
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Wood, Neal.
Cicero's social and political thought.
Berkeley : University of California Press, c1988
(DLC) 87005968
(OCoLC)15488930
Named Person: Marcus Tullius Cicero; Marcus Tullius Cicero
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Neal Wood
ISBN: 9780520911284 0520911288 0585124116 9780585124117
OCLC Number: 43476427
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 288 p.)
Contents: Introduction: Cicero's Significance --
Ciceronian Society --
The Changing Social Structure --
Some Characteristics of Roman Government --
The Late Republican Time of Troubles --
Cicero's Life and Works --
Biographical Milestones and Intellectual Influences --
Philosophy as Solace and Guide --
Principal Social and Political Writings --
Law, Justice, and Human Nature --
Natural Law and Natural Justice --
Conception of Man --
Moral Equality and Social Inequality --
The Socially Superior and Inferior --
Vulgar and Gentlemanly Callings --
The Model Gentleman --
Private Property and Its Accumulation --
The Finances and Properties of Cicero --
An Enlightened Economic Individualism --
Town versus Country --
The Idea of the State --
Dedication to the State and Politics --
Definition of the State --
Purpose of the State --
State, Government, and Society --
Types of State --
The Three Simple Constitutions --
Forms of Tyranny --
Essentials of the Mixed Constitution --
The Doctrine prior to Cicero --
The Roman Mixture --
Institutions of the Ideal Mixture --
The Art of Politics --
Nature of Politics --
Violence as a Political Instrument --
Major Ends of Statecraft --
Rudiments of Economic Policy.
Responsibility: Neal Wood.

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