Politics And Opinion In The Nineteenth Century.

BOWLE, JOHN.

£15.00

Publisher

Jonathan Cape Thirty Bedford Square.

Place

London

Date

1954

Synopsis

An historical introduction.

Item Description

8vo. 6.25 x 9 inches. 512 pp. Bound in original green cloth, gilt, in dust wrapper, which has sunned spine and minor edge wear. Top edge blue. Some foxing of flyleaves and preliminaries and a little spotting of fore edge; otherwise a very good copy. Decorated by publisher's device on title page. An account of political thought from Herder, Hegel, Comte and J.S. Mill, through the impact of Darwinism, Marx and Engels, to Pope Leo XIII, the Fabians and modern sociologists. A complement to the author's Western Political Thought of 1947. John Bowle (1905-85) was professor of Political Theory at the College of Europe, Bruges, 1950-67, and visiting professor at various US academic institutions.

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