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★Larry Siedentop, Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism (Penguin Books, 2015)

 Inventing the Individual: The Origins Of Western Liberalism

■目次

Prologue: What is the West About?

 

The World of Antiquity

 1 The Ancient Family

 2 The Ancient City

 3 The Ancient Cosmos

 

A Moral Revolution

 4 The World Turned Upside Down: Paul

 5 The Truth Within: Moral Equality

 6 Heroism Redefined

 7 A New Form of Association: Monasticism

 8 The Weakness of the Will: Augustine

 

Towards the Idea of Fundamental Law

 9 Shaping New Attitudes and Habits

 10 Distinguishing Spiritual from Temporal Power

 11 Barbarian Codes, Roman Law and Christian Intuitions

 12 The Carolingian Compromise

 

Europe Acquires its Identity

 13 Why Feudalism did not Recreate Ancient Slavery

 14 Fostering the 'Peace of God'

 15 The Papal Revolution: A Constitution for Europe?

 16 Natural Law and Natural Rights

 

A New Model of Government

 17 Centralization and the New Sense of Justice

 18 The Democratizing of Reason

 19 Steps towards the Creation of Nation-States

 20 Urban Insurrections

 

The Birth Pangs of Modern Liberty

 21 Popular Aspirations and the Friars

 22 The Defence of Egalitarian Moral Intuitions

 23 God's Freedom and Human Freedom Joined: Ockham

 24 Struggling for Reresentative Government in the Church

 25 Dispensing with the Renaissance

 

Epilogue: Christianity and Secularism

Select Bibliography and Endnotes

Index 

 

 

Inventing the Individual: The Origins Of Western Liberalism

Inventing the Individual: The Origins Of Western Liberalism

 

  

Democracy in Europe

Democracy in Europe

 

  

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