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    J. S. Maloy, The Aristotelianism of Locke's Politics

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback le Mar 15 Mar - 7:37

    https://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_the_history_of_ideas/summary/v070/70.2.maloy.html

    "A finding that Locke's "liberal" politics were indebted to a paradigmatic "communitarian" or "republican" philosopher would further call into question, in unusually dramatic fashion, the ways in which such categories have been applied to the teaching and writing of the history of political thought." (p.238)

    "Filmer thus presented a still more extreme assimilation of political to paternal authority, in defense of Plato against Aristotle, than Bodin had offered.
    The Aristotelianism of Locke’s
    second Treatise, then, is registered in the first instance by the fact that he plainly entered this debate on Aristotle’s side." (p.Cool
    -J. S. Maloy, The Aristotelianism of Locke's Politics, Journal of the History of Ideas, Volume 70, Number 2, April 2009, pp. 235-257.



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