Burke's reflections on the revolution in France

by F.P. Lock

Edmund Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France is one of the major texts in the western intellectual tradition. This book describes Burke's political and intellectual world, stressing the importance of the idea of 'property' in Burke's thought. It then focuses more closely on Burke's personal and political situation in the late 1780s to explain how the Reflections came to be written. The central part of the study discusses the meaning and interpretation of the work. In the last part of the book the author surveys the pamphlet controversy which the Reflections generated, paying particular attention to the most famous of the replies, Tom Paine's Rights of Man. It also examines the subsequent reputation of the Reflections from the 1790s to the modern day, noting how often Burke has fascinated even writers who have disliked his politics.

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[目次]

  • 1. Burke's World 2. The Making of the Reflections 3. Meaning and Interpretation 4. Rhetoric 5. Contemporary Reception 6. Critical History

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書名 Burke's reflections on the revolution in France
著作者等 Lock, F. P.
シリーズ名 Routledge library editions
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2010
ページ数 228 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780415555685
NCID BB01734918
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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