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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of James I. and ... - Page 245
by William Harris - 1814
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A Textual Introduction To Social and Political Theory

Richard Bellamy, Richard Paul Bellamy, Angus Ross - Philosophy - 1996 - 344 pages
...Aristotle puts it down in his Politiques, (lib.6.cap.2.) In democracy, Liberty is fo be supposed: for 'tis commonly held, that no man is Free in any other Government....Aristotle; so Cicero, and other Writers have grounded their Civill doctrine, on the opinions of the Romans, who were taught to hate Monarchy, at first, by them...
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Aristocracy, Antiquity, and History: An Essay on Classicism in Political Thought

A. A. M. Kinneging - History - 1997 - 348 pages
...slaves: therefore Aristotle puts it down in his Politics. (lib.b cap.n) 1n democracy. liberty is to he supposed: for it is commonly held. that no man is...opinions of the Romans. who were taught to hate monarchy (..). And by reading of these Greek. and Latin authors. men from their childhood have gotten a habit....
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Deliberative Democracy in Australia: The Changing Place of Parliament

Gregory Uhr, John Uhr - History - 1998 - 265 pages
...licentious controlling the actions of their Soveraigns'. Through the ancient writers they learn about 'the Romans, who were taught to hate monarchy, at...having deposed their Sovereign, shared amongst them the Soveraignty of Rome'; and that is reinforced when they learn 'ofthecityofLuca' in which 'is written...
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The Constitution of the Roman Republic

Andrew Lintott - History - 1999 - 310 pages
...Romans', who derived these rights from their own popular governments, not from the principles of nature. And, as Aristotle; so Cicero, and other writers have...opinions of the Romans, who were taught to hate monarchy . . . and by the reading of these Greek, and Latin, authors, men from their childhood have gotten a...
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Hobbes: Leviathan: Revised Student Edition

Thomas Hobbes - History - 1996 - 519 pages
...Aristotle puts it down in his Politiques, (lib.6.cap.2.) In democracy, Liberty K to be supposed: for 'tis commonly held, that no man is Free in any other Government. And as Aristode; so Cicero, and other Writers have grounded their Civill doctrine, on the opinions of the...
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Leviathan

Thomas Hobbes - History - 2002 - 629 pages
...slaves, therefore Aristotle puts it down in his Politics, In democracy, LIBERTY is to be supposed;for it is commonly held that no man is FREE in any other government (Bk. VI: Ch.2). And as Aristotle, so Cicero and other writers have grounded their civil doctrine on...
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The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic

Harriet I. Flower, Harriet Flower - Art - 2004 - 405 pages
...and un1versities tor instigating the English Civil War by teaching "Cicero, and other writers [who] have grounded their Civil doctrine, on the opinions of the Romans, who were taught to hate Monarchy" and to love republican government, so that "by reading of these Greek, and Latine Authors, men from...
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Leviathan, Parts I and II

Thomas Hobbes - History - 2005 - 378 pages
...freemen, and all that lived under monarchy were slaves, therefore Aristotle puts it down in his Politics, In democracy, LIBERTY is to be supposed; for it is...commonly held that no man is FREE in any other government (Bk. VI: Ch.2). And as Aristotle, so Cicero and other writers have grounded their civil doctrine on...
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Religion, Politics and Thomas Hobbes

George Wright, Thomas Hobbes - Philosophy - 2006 - 348 pages
...all that lived under monarchy were slaves; therefore Aristotle puts it down in his Politics, (lib. 6. cap. 2.) In democracy. Liberty is to be supposed:...monarchy, at first, by them that having deposed their sovereign,24 shared amongst them the sovereignty of Rome; and afterwards by their successors. And by...
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