The philosophy of Edmund Burke; a selection from his speeches and writings. Edited with an introduction by Louis I. Bredvold and Ralph G. Ross.

; Bredvold, Louis I. (Louis Ignatius), 1888- ; Ross, Ralph Gilbert, 1911-
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1960] .

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Standard Title Works. Selections. 1960
Other Authors Bredvold, Louis I. 1888-
Ross, Ralph Gilbert, 1911-
Subjects Burke, Edmund (Politiker)
Political science.
Politieke filosofie.
Description vi, 276 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 271).
Contents Theory of law and legislation. Positive law and economic law -- International law and interference in a foreign nation -- Prudence as a political virtue -- The state and society. The nature of society -- What is a "people"? -- Liberty and natural rights -- Liberty within the social order -- Government and human nature. On conciliation with the American colonies -- Religion and the state -- Manners -- Practical politics. Political parties -- Aristocracy and leadership -- The duties of popular representatives -- Elections and parliamentary reform -- Reform and tradition. Tradition and change -- Principles of reform -- Tradition in the English establishment. The English Constitution -- Prescription and property -- Jacobinism. The new morality of France and Rousseau -- Aesthetics: the psychology of the sublime.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)494704
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WorldCat Identities Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.
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