"The Legislators of Mankind": Ideas of Rome in the Thought of Edmund Burke

Himberger, James


  • Scholars have long recognized the influence of Ancient Roman history on the thought of Edmund Burke. Though often associated with gothic medievalism and a seemingly un-classical support for party government, Burke’s thought was deeply steeped in Ancient Roman history. Yet, the nature of this relationship has not been adequately explored within the vast literature on the philosophy of the Anglo-Irish ... read more
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