Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-278) and index.
Machiavelli's Republicanism -- Hobbes on peace, the passions, and politics -- Marchamont Nedham and the beginnings of a liberal republicanism -- The distinctive modern republicanism of James Harrington -- Henry Neville's proposal for a republic under the form of monarchy -- Algernon Sidney as anticipator of Locke and secret admirer of Machiavelli -- Cato's thought as the reconciliation of Machiavellian Republicanism and Lockean Liberalism.
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