Ancients and moderns; essays on the tradition of political philosophy in honor of Leo Strauss.

; Strauss, Leo
New York, Basic Books [1964] .

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Other Authors Strauss, Leo.
Subjects Political science.
Strauss, Leo -- Bibliography.
Description xiv, 330 p. illus. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Leo Strauss on his sixty-fifth birthday -- Preface, by J. Cropsey -- Sophocles' Oedipus tyrannus, by S. Benardete -- Human being and citizen: a beginning to the study of Plato's Apology of Socrates, by G. Anastaplo -- Aristotle, an introduction, by J. Klein -- Aristotle's Poetics, by L. Berns -- Two horses and a charioteer, by P.H. Von Blanckenhagen -- The Emperor Julian and his art of writing, by A. Kojève -- Averroës on divine law and human wisdom, by M. Mahdi -- Natural law in Albo's Book of roots, by R. Lerner -- Bastards and usurpers: Shakespeare's King John, by H.B. White -- Grimmelshausen's laughter, by H. Speier -- Hobbes and the transition to modernity, by J. Cropsey -- An outline of Gulliver's travels, by A. Bloom -- Montesquieu and the classics: republican government in The spirit of the laws, by D. Lowenthal -- Mill's On liberty, by H. Gildin -- Political philosophy as the search for truth, by H.M. Magid -- The writings of Leo Strauss -- Index.
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