A history of political theories from Rousseau to Spencer

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The Macmillan company, 1959 - Political science - 446 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Nature and Society
7
The Social Contract
16
Government
29
Strength and Influence of Rousseaus Work
38
CHAPTER II
45
Physiocrats and Economists
57
Adam Ferguson
65
John Austin
224
John Stuart Mill
235
Conclusion
243
Types of the Realized Constitutions
253
His Theory of the Royal Power
259
Tocqueville and Realized Democracy
268
The Bundesstaat
278
Conclusion
288

The Legalists
71
References
81
American Ideas and Influence
91
Sieyes
100
Condorcet
106
The Frenoh Constitutions
116
Conclusion
126
The German Idealists
130
Johann Gottlieb Fichte
137
Wilhelm von Humboldt
148
Georg Wilhelm Friedrioh Hegel
154
Influence of the German Idealists
166
Edmund Burke
176
The Marquis de Bonald
184
Joseph de Maistre
190
CHAPTER VI
207
Theory of the State as Sovereign Person
299
The Nation as a Unit of Race and Language
311
Nation and Nationality
320
The National State
326
Summary and Conclusion
334
CHAPTER IX
340
Owen and Fourier
348
SaintSimonian Doctrine
355
The Beginnings of Anarchism
362
Marxist Doctrine
371
Lorenz von Stein
377
Auguste Comte
387
Herbert Spencer
395
General Influence of Sooietarian Theory
402
CHAPTER X
409
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