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  1. HOW TO ANALYSE TEXTS 4 items
    There are a great many guides out there on how to analyse texts. Collingwood's are arguably the best. Two are cited below and you should read BOTH, as a pair. Related articles are also listed.
    1. An autobiography - R. G. Collingwood 1978

      Book Essential Chapter V (‘Question and Answer’). i.e., pp.29-43. Chapter VII (‘The History of Philosophy’, pp. 53-76) is also very relevant to the sort of study relevant to this module.

    2. An Essay on Metaphysics - R. G. Collingwood

      Webpage Essential Chapter IV (‘On Presupposing’) and Chapter V (‘The Science of Absolute Presuppositions’), i.e., pp.21-48.

  2. General reading 3 items
    THIS MODULE HAS BEEN DESIGNED SO THAT YOU DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE ANY TEXTS. The following books provide overviews of many of the thinkers and historical contexts covered by the History of Political Thought module.
    1. A History of Modern Political Thought: Major political thinkers from Hobbes to Marx - Iain Hampsher-Monk 1992

      Book Suggested for student purchase A classic study aid aimed particularly at students and written by the well-respected editor of the History of Political Thought journal.

    2. A History of Modern Political Thought: the question of interpretation - Gary K. Browning 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Includes short chapters (ca. 20 pages) on Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Marx, and Mill, as well as other thinkers not covered by this module: Kant, Hegel, Bentham, Nietzsche, and Simone de Beauvoir. The first half deals with the major methodological debates in the field of HPT.

    3. Political Thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2003

      Book Recommended

  3. 1. Philosophy and the meaning of justice: Plato 46 items
    1. Primary 1 item
      Many, many editions of Plato's Republic are available. Find an edition that you find most readable. The page numbers given here are the "Stephanus" pages: in most modern editions they appear in the margins.
      1. The Republic - Raymond Larson, Plato 1979

        Book Essential Stephanus page numbers: 327–354 (all of book 1); 368c–376d (in book 2); 419–421c (in book 4); 427d–436a (in book 4); 471c–474 (in book 5). THERE ARE MANY VERSIONS OF THIS TEXT IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY AND EVEN MORE ONLINE, SUCH AS Plato, Republic: http://www.inp.uw.edu.pl/mdsie/Political_Thought/Plato-Republic.pdf OPTIONAL: 376e–414a (in books 2 & 3); 414b–417b (in book 3); 449a–467e (in book 5); 514–541b (all of book 7); plus anything from the “secondary” section in the reading list.

    2. Secondary 33 items
      1. An introduction to Plato's Republic - Julia Annas, Plato 1981

        Book  chapter 9 (The theory of the Forms)

      2. The Blackwell guide to Plato's Republic - Gerasimos Xenophon Santas 2006

        Book 

      3. Plato's ethics - Terence Irwin 1995 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter 7 (The argument of the Gorgias)

      4. Plato's ethics - Terence Irwin 1995 (electronic resource)

        Book  chapter 10 (The Theory of the Forms)

      5. Socrates and the state - Richard Kraut 1984

        Book  Read especially chapter 7, (Socrates and Democracy).

      6. The insufficiency of reason in Plato's Gorgias - George Klosko

        Article  http://politics.virginia.edu/georgeklosko/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2016/09/insufficiency.pdf

      7. The development of Plato's political theory - George Klosko 1986

        Book 

      8. Socrates: a very short introduction - C. C. W. Taylor 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter 3 (Socratic Literature and the Socratic problem) and chapter 4 (Plato’s Socrates)

      9. Socrates - George Rudebusch 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      10. A companion to Plato's Republic - Nicholas P. White, Plato 1979

        Book 

      11. The Sophists - Taylor, C.C.W.

        Article 

      12. A companion to Socrates - Sara Ahbel-Rappe, Rachana Kamtekar 2006

        Book 

      13. Socrates: ironist and moral philosopher - Gregory Vlastos, Socrates 1991

        Book 

      14. The philosophy of Socrates - Thomas C. Brickhouse, Nicholas D. Smith 2000

        Book 

      15. The development of Plato's political theory - George Klosko 1986

        Book  chapter 10 (Philosophic Rule)

      16. Plato: political philosophy - Malcolm Schofield 2006

        Book  chapter 4 (The rule of knowledge)

      17. C.C.W. Taylor Plato's Totalitarianism

        Document  http://www.philosophie.uni-muenchen.de/lehreinheiten/philosophie_6_/personen/noble/verg_sem/lv-sose20131/taylor_plato_s_totalitarianism.pdf

      18. Politics and Method in Plato's political Theory - George Klosko

        Article  http://politics.virginia.edu/georgeklosko/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2016/09/pm-polis.pdf

      19. Plato on utopia - Bobonich, Chris

        Article 

      20. Plato: political philosophy - Malcolm Schofield 2006

        Book  chapter 5 (Utopia)

      21. Philosopher-kings: the argument of Plato's Republic - C. D. C. Reeve 1988

        Book 

      22. The Cambridge history of Greek and Roman political thought - Christopher Rowe, Malcolm Schofield 2000

        Book  chapter by C. Rowe, ‘The Politicus and other dialogues’

      23. Plato's ethics - Terence Irwin 1995 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 20 Reason and Virtue

      24. The republic - Giovanni R. F. Ferrari, Plato 2000

        Book 

    3. Audio-visual 12 items
  4. 2. Nature, teleology and polis: Aristotle 33 items
    1. What role did eudemonia play in Aristotle's theory of the good life? 2. Why did Aristotle advocate a mixed constitution?
    1. Primary 2 items
      1. The ethics of Aristotle: the Nicomachean Ethics - James Alexander Kerr Thomson, Aristotle 1955

        Book Essential ANY EDITION OF ARISTOTLE'S NICOMACHEAN ETHICS WILL DO. Read Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics: Book 1, sections i-viii; and book 10 sections vi-viii

      2. The Politics - Thomas Alan Sinclair, Trevor J. Saunders, Aristotle 1992

        Book Essential ANY EDITION OF ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS WILL DO. READ Aristotle, Politics, Book 1, sections i-ii, and Book 4, sections vii-xvi

    2. Secondary 28 items
      1. Ethics with Aristotle - Sarah Broadie, ebrary, Inc c1991 (electronic resource)

        Book  chapter 1 (Happiness- The supreme end)

      2. Aristotle - Christopher John Shields 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 8 'The Final Good for Human beings'

      3. Aristotle: political philosophy - Richard Kraut 2002

        Book  chapter 3 (Well-being and virtue)

      4. The Oxford handbook of Aristotle - Christopher John Shields c2012 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      5. Aristotle - Christopher John Shields 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      6. Aristotle: political philosophy - Richard Kraut 2002

        Book 

      7. The Cambridge history of Greek and Roman political thought - Christopher Rowe, Malcolm Schofield 2000

        Book 

      8. Aristotle - Shields, Christopher

        Article 

      9. A companion to Aristotle - Georgios Anagnostopoulos 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      10. Aristotle - Alexander Moseley 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      11. Aristotle: political philosophy - Richard Kraut 2002

        Book 

      12. Aristotle's Politics: a critical guide - Thornton Lockwood, Thanassis Samaras 2015

        Book 

      13. Aristotle's theory of the state - Curtis N. Johnson 1990

        Book 

      14. Aristotle the philosopher - J. L. Ackrill 1981

        Book 

      15. A companion to Aristotle - Georgios Anagnostopoulos 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      16. Aristotle: a very short introduction - Jonathan Barnes 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      17. Aristotle: a very short introduction - Jonathan Barnes 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book 

    3. Audio-visual 3 items
  5. 3. Salvation and natural law: Thomas Aquinas 9 items
    How satisfactory do you consider the attempt of St Thomas Aquinas to combine ancient Greek and Christian ideas? Focus in particular on his notion of 'natural law'.
    1. Primary 1 item
      1. Treatise on law, the: Saint Thomas Aquinas the treatise on law - R. J. H Enle 1993

        Book Essential PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO: Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, Questions 90, 91 and 92 THERE ARE MANY VERSIONS OF THIS BOOK AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, AND LOTS MORE ONLINE, INCLUDING Aquinas, Summa Theologica, Qu90-92: Qu.90 = http://www.newadvent.org/summa/2090.htm Qu.91 = http://www.newadvent.org/summa/2091.htm Qu 92 http://www.newadvent.org/summa/2092.htm

    2. Secondary 6 items
      1. Natural law and natural rights - John Finnis 2011

        Book  chapter 2 (Images and Objections)

      2. Aquinas's theory of natural law: an analytic reconstrution - Anthony J. Lisska 1996

        Book  chapter 4

      3. The Oxford handbook of Aquinas - Brian Davies, Eleonore Stump 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  chapter by M. Baur, ‘Law and Natural Law

    3. Audio-visual 2 items
  6. 4. Political necessity and virtue: St Augustine and Niccolò Machiavelli 13 items
    1. Primary 2 items
      1. The City of God, book 19 - St Augustine

        Book Essential Book 19, chs 1, 4, 12-17.

      2. The prince - Niccolò Machiavelli, Quentin Skinner, Russell Price 1988

        Book Essential READ CHAPTERS VII, XV TO XVIII, XXV (7, 15 to 18 INCLUSIVE, 25) The text can be accessed by entering the following URL in your browser: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1232/1232-h/1232-h.htm#link2HCH0015

    2. Secondary 8 items
      1. The Discourses on Livy - Niccolò Machiavelli

        Website  READ: BOOK 1, CHAPTERS 57 & 58; BOOK 2, PREFACE & CHAPTER 2. The text can be accessed by entering the following URL in your browser: https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.221835 or by clicking on the blue Online Resource button

      2. Machiavelli - Quentin Skinner 1981

        Book 

      3. Machiavelli - Maurizio Viroli 1998

        Book 

      4. A history of political theory - George Holland Sabine, Thomas Landon Thorson 1973

        Book 

      5. Machiavelli and republicanism - Gisela Bock, Quentin Skinner, Maurizio Viroli, European Culture Research Centre 1990

        Book 

    3. Audio-visual 3 items
  7. 5. Classical social contract theories: Thomas Hobbes and John Locke 63 items
    1. How successful was Hobbes’s argument that the state should be his Leviathan? 2. Did Locke offer a convincing justification of political obligation?
    1. Primary 2 items
      1. Leviathan - Thomas Hobbes

        Book Essential Essential: chapters 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 21. Optional extras: chs 4 and 5 especially, but any other chapters that catch your eye, and of course anything from the secondary lists below.

      2. Two Treatises of Government - John Locke

        Book Essential Second Treatise: Essential: chs 1–5, 8, 9 (only §§95–9). Optional: chs 10, 11, 19. Any edition. Online version here: https://history.hanover.edu/texts/locke/j-l2-001.html

    2. Secondary (Hobbes) 29 items
      1. Classics of moral and political theory - Michael L. Morgan c2005

        Book Essential Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, Pt 1, chapters 13-15, 17, 18 and 21. | Note: A broad range of editions is available in the library and online. 5th edition e-book is also available.

      2. A history of modern political thought: major political thinkers from Hobbes to Marx - Hampsher-Monk, Iain 1992

        Book  Chapter 1, especially pp. 20-36

      3. Introduction to Leviathan - M Oakeshott 1960

        Article  Reprinted in:

      4. The foundations of modern political thought - Skinner, Quentin 1978

        Book  Volume 2

      5. Reason and rhetoric in the philosophy of Hobbes - Skinner, Quentin 1996

        Book 

      6. Hobbes and the social contract tradition - Hampton, Jean 1988

        Book  Chapter 2

      7. Hobbes - Sorell, Tom 1986

        Book  Chapters VIII and IX

      8. A Hobbes dictionary - Martinich, A. P. 1995

        Book 

      9. Hobbes - Tuck, Richard, Hobbes, Thomas 1989

        Book  Part 2: Hobbes's work, pp.46-75.

      10. Hobbes and history - Rogers, Graham Alan John, Sorell, Tom 2000

        Book 

      11. A history of political theory - Sabine, George Holland, Thorson, Thomas Landon 1973

        Book  Chapter 24 | Other copies are available via the "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions" link.

      12. The political philosophy of Hobbes: its basis and its genesis - Strauss, Leo, Hobbes, Thomas 1936

        Book  Especially Chapters II, VII and VIII

      13. The political theory of possessive individualism: Hobbes to Locke - Macpherson, Crawford Brough 1962

        Book  Chapter II, sections 1-3

      14. Perspectives on Thomas Hobbes - Ryan, Alan, Rogers, Graham Alan John, Mind Association 1990

        Book  article by Tricaud

      15. Hobbesian moral and political theory - Kavka, Gregory S. 1986

        Book 

      16. Hobbes's science of politics - Goldsmith, M. M. 1966

        Book  Chapters 3 and 4

      17. The anatomy of Leviathan - McNeilly, F.S. 1968

        Book  Chapters 5-7; Chapter 9

      18. Hobbes: moral and politics - Raphael, D. D. 1977

        Book  Especially Chapters IV-V

      19. Thomas Hobbes - Taylor, Alfred Edward, Hobbes, Thomas 1970

        Book 

      20. The political philosophy of Hobbes, his theory of obligation - Warrender, James Howard, Hobbes, Thomas 1957

        Book  Parts I and II

      21. Hobbes's political theory - Baumgold, Deborah, Hobbes, Thomas 1988

        Book  Chapter 4

      22. Hobbes - Laird, John 1934

        Book  Chapter VI

    3. Secondary (Locke) 17 items
      1. The political theory of possessive individualism: Hobbes to Locke - Macpherson, Crawford Brough 1962

        Book  Chapter V

      2. John Locke: critical assessments - Ashcraft, Richard 1991

        Book 

      3. Locke on government - Thomas, D. A. Lloyd 1995

        Book 

      4. A history of political theory - Sabine, George Holland, Thorson, Thomas Landon 1973

        Book  Chapter 27 | Other copies are available via the "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions" link.

      5. Revolutionary politics and Locke's "Two treatises of government" - Ashcraft, Richard, Locke, John 1986

        Book 

      6. Locke's Theory of Appropriation - Karl Olivecrona 1974

        Article 

      7. A fragment on government - Bentham, Jeremy, Burns, J. H., Hart, H. L. A. 1988

        Book  Chapter I

      8. Enough and as Good Left for Others - Jeremy Waldron 1979

        Article 

      9. A discourse on property: John Locke and his adversaries - Tully, James 1980

        Book  Especially Part II

    4. Audio-visual 15 items
      1. In Our Time podcast: Empiricism

        Audio document Recommended A bit on Locke's general philosophical assumptions.

      2. In Our Time podcast: The Jacobite Rebellion

        Audio document Background Note: the Jacobite Rebellion occurred SIXTY YEARS AFTER Locke was writing. However the dispute originates in Locke's time.

      3. The School of Life - Thomas Hobbes

        Audio-visual document Background

      4. The School of Life - John Locke

        Audio-visual document Background

  8. 6. Authenticity and the free community: Jean-Jacques Rousseau 23 items
    Was Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s concept of the general will a license for tyranny?
    1. Primary 2 items
      It is quite easy to find editions of The Social Contract that also contain the Discourses.
      1. The Social Contract : Cole, G. D. H., Tr. : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

        Webpage Essential Book 1; Book 2; Book 3; Book 4, sections 7 and 8 | Note: Many editions are available online and in the library, including the following FULL SEARCHABLE version: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract, ed. G.D.H. Cole (London: Dent, 1910 [1762]) https://archive.org/details/socialcontractd00rousgoog/page/n54

      2. Discourse on the Arts and Sciences: Cole, G. D. H., Tr. : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

        Webpage Essential Many editions are available online and in the library, including the following FULL SEARCHABLE version in the following collection: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract, ed. G.D.H. Cole (London: Dent, 1910 [1762]) https://archive.org/details/socialcontractd00rousgoog/page/n178

    2. Secondary 20 items
      1. Rousseau a study of his thought - Broome, Jack Howard 1963

        Book  Chapter III

      2. A history of political theory - Sabine, George Holland, Thorson, Thomas Landon 1973

        Book  Chapter 29 | Other copies are available via the "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions" link.

      3. The social problem in the philosophy of Rousseau - Charvet, John, Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 1974

        Book  Chapters 2 to 4

      4. The political philosophy of Rousseau - Masters, Roger D., Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 1968

        Book  Chapters 3, 4 and 7

      5. Jean-Jacques Rousseau on the individual and society - Perkins, Merle L., Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 1974

        Book  Chapters 3 and 8

      6. Two Concepts of Liberty - I Berlin

        Article  In addition to the linked book and ebook, an abridged version appears in A Quinton, ed., Political Philosophy (London: OUP, 1967)

      7. The philosophy of Rousseau - Grimsley, Ronald, Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 1973

        Book  Chapter 7

      8. Rousseau and the modern state - Cobban, Alfred, Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 1964

        Book  Chapters III and IV

      9. Rousseau's "Social contract": the design of the argument - Gildin, Hilail 1983

        Book  Especially Chapters 2 and 3

      10. Rousseau and Burke: a study of the idea of liberty in eighteenth-century political thought - Osborn, Annie Marion, Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Burke, Edmund 1964

        Book  Chapter VII

    3. Audio-visual 1 item
  9. 7. Reactions to the French Revolution: Edmund Burke, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Thomas Paine 24 items
    1. Primary 5 items
      1. Reflections on the Revolution in France - Edmund Burke

        Book Essential Burke does not use chapter or section numbers, so for THIS EDITION, please read up to page 29, to the end of the section titled "The importance of property".

      2. Reflections on the Revolution in France - Edmund Burke

        Book Essential Burke does not use chapter or section numbers, so for THIS EDITION, please read up to page 53 (to the end of paragraph 135).

      3. Rights of Man - Thomas Paine

        Book Essential Many editions are available online and in the library, including this FULL SEARCHABLE version. Please read the (approximately) first fifty pages, up to the word "epitaph". (In this edition that means to page 49.)

    2. Secondary 12 items
      1. The works of Mary Wollstonecraft - Mary Wollstonecraft, Marilyn Butler, Janet M. Todd 1989

        Book 

      2. The Cambridge Companion to Edmund Burke - David Dwan, Christopher J. Insole 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      3. The Political Philosophy of Edmund Burke - Iain Hampsher-Monk 1987

        Book Recommended

      4. Edmund Burke: his political philosophy - Frank O'Gorman 1973

        Book Recommended

      5. Edmund Burke: philosopher, politician, prophet - Jesse Norman 2013

        Book 

    3. Audio-visual 7 items
  10. 8. Liberalism, feminism, and socialism: John Stuart Mill and Harriett Taylor 36 items
    1. Primary 6 items
      The political writings of John Stuart Mill can usually be found published together. A good one is On Liberty and Other Essays (Oxford World's Classics) (Oxford University Press, 1998)
      1. Harriet Taylor Mill, Enfranchisement of Women, 1851

        Audio-visual document Essential The full version of the text can be found at https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uiuo.ark:/13960/t81k59z1t;view=1up;seq=3

      2. Subjection of Women - John Stuart Mill, John Stuart Mill (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read Chapter 1.

      3. Utilitarianism : Mill, John Stuart : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

        Webpage  READ Chapter V, on Justice. AS WELL AS THIS VERSION,. THERE ARE MANY OTHERS AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY AND ONLINE, INCLUDING Mill, Utilitarianism: http://lf-oll.s3.amazonaws.com/titles/241/0223.10.pdf

    2. Secondary 26 items
      1. The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXI - Essays on Equality, Law, and Education (Subjection of Women) - Online Library of Liberty

        Webpage  Several of Harriet Taylor's key writings appear as appendices to this volume of JS Mill's works: see pages 373-415.

      2. A history of modern political thought: major political thinkers from Hobbes to Marx - Hampsher-Monk, Iain 1992

        Book  Chapter VIII, especially pp. 367-384

      3. Mill: a collection of critical essays - Mill, John Stuart, Schneewind, Jerome B. 1969

        Book  articles by Cowling and Halliday

      4. Mill on liberty - Ten, C.L. 1980

        Book 

      5. A RE-READING OF MILL ON LIBERTY - J. C. REES 06/1960

        Article  Also reprinted in Schneewind (ed), 1969 (above).

      6. John Stuart Mill - Skorupski, John 1989

        Book  Chapter 10

      7. Mill, Liberty and the Facts of Life. - Stimson, Shannon C. 2001

        Article 

      8. Mill on nationality - Varouxakis, Georgios 2002

        Book 

      9. A history of political theory - Sabine, George Holland, Thorson, Thomas Landon 1973

        Book  Chapter 33 | Other copies are available via the "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions" link.

      10. Mill on liberty: a defence - Gray, John 1996

        Book  Especially Chapters I, IV, and V

      11. J. S. Mill On liberty in focus - John Stuart Mill, G. W. Smith, John Gray 1991 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      12. Mill and liberalism - Cowling, Maurice 1963

        Book 

      13. John Stuart Mill on politics and society - Mill, John Stuart, Williams, Geraint L. 1976

        Book  Part III

      14. The enforcement of morals - Devlin, Patrick 1968

        Book  Especially Chapters I, VI and VII

      15. Law, liberty and morality - Hart, H. L. A. 1963

        Book 

      16. John Stuart Mill's "On liberty" - Rees, John Collwyn, Williams, Geraint L. 1985

        Book  Chapter V

    3. Audio-visual 4 items
  11. 9. The enabling state: the British Idealists and the New Liberals 9 items
    1. Primary 2 items
      1. Works : Green, Thomas Hill, 1836-1882 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

        Webpage Essential Read Green's "Lecture on Liberal Legislation and Freedom of Contract"

    2. Secondary 7 items
      1. British idealism and political theory - David Boucher, Andrew Vincent 2000

        Book 

      2. Colin Tyler, "Contesting the Common Good: TH Green and Contemporary Republicanism", in T.H. Green: ethics, metaphysics, and political philosophy - Maria Dimova-Cookson, W. J. Mander 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Colin Tyler, "Contesting the Common Good: TH Green and contemporary republicanism"

      3. Peter Nicholson, "A Moral View of Politics: TH Green and the British idealists"

        Article  "A Moral View of Politics: TH Green and the British idealists"

  12. 10. Capitalism and the modern state: Karl Marx, Rosa Luxemburg, and Emma Goldman 47 items
    1. Primary 5 items
      1. Selected writings - Karl Marx 1977

        Book 

      2. Estranged Labour - Karl Marx

        Chapter  This text appears in Morgan as "Alienated Labor" | Linked here is the most recent edition in the library. Other editions are available by clicking "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions".

      3. Communist Manifesto - K Marx, F Engels

        Book Essential Parts 1 ('Bourgeois and Proletarians’) and 2 (‘Proletarians and Communists’) | Note: A broad range of other translations is available in the library. The Manifesto also appears in the collections listed at the end of the "Essential Readings" section.

      4. "Introduction", to "A contribution to the critique of political economy" - Karl Marx 1971

        Book  Karl Marx, Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, (various editions – and also known as the Grundisse), ‘Introduction’: http://marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1859/critique-poleconomy/appx1.htm Note: A broad range of other translations is available in the library and online. The text also appears in the collections listed at the end of the "Essential Readings" section.

    2. Secondary 32 items
      1. Elements of the philosophy of right - Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Allen W. Wood 1991

        Book  Read Sections 40 to 71, and 182 to 208

      2. Richard Teichgraeber, "Hegel on Property and Poverty", Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 38, No. 1, (Jan.-Mar., 1977), 46-64 - Richard Teichgraeber

        Journal  Click on the link for: Richard Teichgraeber, ‘Hegel on Property and Poverty’, Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 38, no. 1 (January to March 1977), 47-64

      3. "Property's Properties: From Hegel to Locke" - Paul Thomas

        Journal  Paul Thomas, ‘Property’s Properties: From Hegel to Locke’ Representations, no. 84 (Autumn 2003), 30-43

      4. Hegel - Peter Singer 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      5. Chapter 10: Karl Marx - Iain Hampsher-Monk 1992

        Chapter  Especially pp. 497-511

      6. Marx - Singer, Peter 1980

        Book  Chapters 2 to 7

      7. Karl Marx - Wood, Allen W. 2004

        Book  Part I

      8. The Cambridge companion to Marx - Carver, Terrell 1991

        Book  Especially articles by Miller, Reiman, Adams and Turner

      9. A history of political theory - Sabine, George Holland, Thorson, Thomas Landon 1973

        Book  Chapters 34 and 35 | Other copies are available via the "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions" link.

      10. Karl Marx: his life and environment - Berlin, Isaiah 1978

        Book  Chapter 6

      11. An introduction to Karl Marx - Elster, Jon 1986

        Book  Chapters 3 and 6

      12. Alienation: Marx's conception of man in capitalist society - Ollman, Bertell 1971 repr. with corrections 1975, 1975

        Book  Especially parts II-III

      13. The social and political thought of Karl Marx - Avineri, Shlomo c1968

        Book  Chapter 4 | Other copies are available by clicking "Search the library catalogue for other formats/editions"

      14. Marx in his own words - Fischer, Ernst, Marek, Franz 1970

        Book 

      15. Dialectics of labour: Marx and his relation to Hegel - Arthur, Christopher John 1986

        Book  Part 1

      16. Philosophy and myth in Karl Marx - Tucker, Robert Charles 1972

        Book  Chapters 9, 10, 12 and 13

      17. The thought of Karl Marx: an introduction - McLellan, David 1971

        Book  Part 2, chapters 1, 2, and 8

      18. Marx - McLellan, David 1986

        Book 

      19. History, labour, and freedom: themes from Marx - Cohen, G. A. 1988

        Book  Chapter 1

      20. Marx's theory of history - Shaw, William H. 1978

        Book  Especially Chapter 3

      21. "Hegel on Personality and Property", Vol. 33, No. 130, Jan., 1983 of The Philosophical Quarterly (1950-) on JSTOR - Dudley Knowles

        Journal  Click on the link for: Dudley Knowles, ‘Hegel on Personality and Property’, Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 130 (1983), 45-62.

      22. The Marx-Engels reader - Tucker, Robert Charles 1978

        Book 

      23. Selected writings - Marx, Karl, Simon, Lawrence Hugh 1994

        Book 

      24. Early writings - Marx, Karl, Colletti, Lucio 1975

        Book 

    3. Audio-visual 4 items
    4. LECTURE 11: Exam. Technique and Analysis 6 items
      1. An Essay on Metaphysics - R. G. Collingwood

        Webpage Essential Chapter IV (‘On Presupposing’), Chapter V (‘The Science of Absolute Presuppositions’), Chapter VI ('Metaphysics an Historical Science'), i.e., pp.21-58

      2. An Autobiography - R. G. Collingwood

        Book Essential Chapter V (‘Question and Answer’). i.e., pp.29-43. Chapter VII (‘The History of Philosophy’, pp. 53-76) and Chapter is also very relevant to the sort of study relevant to this module.

      3. Ideology: a very short introduction - Michael Freeden 2003

        Book Background

      4. Ideologies and political theory: a conceptual approach - Michael Freeden 1996

        Book Background

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