Contains 34 essays from major students in historical past, classics, philosophy, and political technological know-how to light up Greek and Roman political notion in all its range and depth.
• deals a huge survey of old political suggestion from Archaic Greece via past due Antiquity
• ways historical political philosophy from either a normative and old focus
• Examines Greek and Roman political notion inside old context and modern debate
• Explores the function of old political proposal in a number of philosophies, similar to the person and group, human rights, faith, and cosmopolitanism
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