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British Political Thought, 1500-1660

The Politics of the Post-Reformation

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British Studies Series

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Focusing on the interaction of religion and politics, this is a comprehensive chronological survey of the political thought of post-Reformation Britain which examines the work of a wide range of thinkers.

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Focusing on the interaction of religion and politics, this is a comprehensive chronological survey of the political thought of post-Reformation Britain which examines the work of a wide range of thinkers.

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One of the?first surveys of British political thought over this timeframe
Provides helpful introductions to a wide range of important political thinkers

Preface
Introduction
PART ONE: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND CONFESSIONAL POLITIES, 1500-1640
Henrician Political Thought
Reformation, Obedience and Resistance
Lawful Politics and Protestant Conformity: Political Thought in the Age of Elizabeth I
Peaceful Politics? Jacobean and Caroline England
PART TWO: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND RELIGIOUS REVOLUTION, 1640-1660
Resistance and Royalism in the British Monarchies
Religion and Radicalism in the English Revolution
Thomas Hobbes
Republicanism and the English Commonwealth: Political Thought During the Interregnum
Conclusion
Notes
Further Reading
Index.

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GLENN BURGESS is Professor of History at the University of Hull, UK. His previous publications include The Politics of the Ancient Constitution (1992) and Absolute Monarchy and the Stuart Constitution (1996).

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GLENN BURGESS is Professor of History at the University of Hull, UK. His previous publications include The Politics of the Ancient Constitution (1992) and Absolute Monarchy and the Stuart Constitution (1996).

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