La Boétie and the Neo-Roman Conception of Freedom

García Alonso, Marta . (2013) La Boétie and the Neo-Roman Conception of Freedom. History of European Ideas, 39 (3), 317-334

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Título La Boétie and the Neo-Roman Conception of Freedom
Autor(es) García Alonso, Marta
Materia(s) Filosofía
Abstract Freedom as a natural right, the importance of consent, defending the idea that government should be in the hands of the most virtuous and reflective citizens, denouncing patronage, the need to link individual and political freedom . . . These are some of the characteristics of La Boe´tie’s doctrine that I believe place him within the tradition that Quentin Skinner calls the neo-Roman conception of civil liberty. Of course, La Boe´tie did not write a positive defence of the rule of law, as Livy did in his History of Rome and as the English republicans do, but the Discourse can easily be read as a legal plea condemning absolute monarchy and any kind of arbitrary regime.
Palabras clave Boétie
freedom
parliamentarism
monarchomacs
Editor(es) Routledge
Fecha 2013
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Identificador bibliuned:577-0009
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DOI - identifier 10.1080/01916599.2012.695207
ISSN - identifier 0191-6599 ; EISSN: 1873-541X
Nombre de la revista History of European Ideas
Número de Volumen 39
Número de Issue 3
Página inicial 317
Página final 334
Publicado en la Revista History of European Ideas, 39 (3), 317-334
Idioma eng
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