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Notes n ot e s to c h a p t e r 1 1. Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War (Baltimore: Penguin, 1967), 118–9. 2. Ibid., 120. 3. Plato, The Republic, trans. Francis MacDonald Cornford (New York: Oxford University Press, 1977), 24. 4. Ibid., 37. 5. Ibid., 163. 6. Ibid., 143. 7. Ibid., 59–63, 87. 8. Ibid., 112. 9. Ibid., 163–4. 10. Ibid., 270. 11. Ibid., 333–7. 12. Ibid., 110. 13. Ibid., 104. 14. Ibid., 109. 15. Ibid., 234. 16. Aristotle, The Politics, trans. and ed. Ernest Barker (New York: Oxford Uni­ versity Press, 1965), 1. 17. Ibid., 4–5. 18. Ibid., 6. 19. Ibid., 6–7. 20. See, e.g., ibid., 10. 21. Ibid., 16–7. 22. Ibid., 19, 23. 23. See Karl Polanyi, The Great Transformation: The Political and Economic Ori­ gins of Our Time (Boston: Beacon Press, 1957). 24. Aristotle, The Politics, 24–5. 25. Ibid., 26–7. 26. Ibid., 28. 27. Ibid., 41. 28. Ibid., 40–1. 251 252 | Notes to Chapter 1 29. Ibid., 41. 30. Ibid., 49. 31. Ibid., 51. 32. Ibid., 92. 33. Ibid., 93. 34. Ibid., 111. 35. Ibid., 112. 36. Ibid., 115. 37. Ibid., 178. 38. Ibid., 180–1. 39. Ibid., 181. 40. Ibid., 228. 41. Aristotle, The Nichomachean Ethics, trans. Martin Ostwald (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1962), 232. 42. Seneca, “On Tranquility,” in Moses Hadas, ed., Essential Works of Stoicism (New York: Bantam, 1961), 79. 43. Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, trans. Maxwell Staniforth (New York: Pen­ guin, 1964), 65. 44. Ibid., 45, 66, 99. 45. Ibid., 101. 46. Cicero, The Republic, trans. Walter Keyes (Cambridge: Cambridge Univer­ sity Press, 1988), 65. 47. Ibid., 15, 67. 48. Ibid., 23. 49. Ibid., 49. 50. Cicero, “On Duties,” in Selected Works, trans. Michael Grant (Baltimore: Penguin, 1965), 167. 51. Ibid., 166–7. 52. Ibid., 168. 53. Cicero, Republic, 169. 54. Ibid., 181–3. 55. Ibid., 77. n ot e s to c h a p t e r 2 1. Saint Augustine, The City of God, trans. Marcus Dods (New York: Random House, 1950), 159. 2. Ibid., 477. 3. Ibid., 482–3, 484–7, 502–4. 4. Ibid., 692–3. 5. Ibid., 63. 6. Ibid., 699. Notes to Chapter 2 | 253 7. Ibid., 112–3. 8. Ibid., 481–2. 9. Ibid., 410. 10. Ibid., 696. 11. Ibid., 693–4. 12. Ibid., 694–5. 13. Ibid., 698–99. 14. Arthur Lovejoy, The Great Chain of Being (Cambridge: Cambridge Univer­ sity Press, 1936). 15. Otto Gierke, Political Theories of the Middle Age, trans. Frederick William Maitland (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1987). 16. See Susan Reynolds, Kingdoms and Communities in Western Europe, 900–1300 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984). 17. See Ernst Kantorowicz, The King’s Two Bodies: A Study in Medieval Political Theology (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957), chap. 5, for an excellent ac­ count of the development of an organic theory of medieval church and state corpo­ ratism. 18. Ernst Troeltsch, The Social Teaching of the Christian Churches (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1960), 1:201. 19. Thomas Aquinas, “Commentary on the Ethics,” in Ralph Lerner and Muhsin Mahdi, eds., Medieval Political Philosophy (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1963), 299. 20. Ibid., 300. 21. Ibid., 311. 22. Thomas Aquinas, “On Kingship,” in Dino Bigongiari, ed., The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas (New York: Hafner, 1953), 175–9. 23. Ibid., 176. 24. Dante Alighieri, On World-Government, trans. Herbert Schneider (Indi­ anapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1949), 9–10. 25. Ibid., 20. 26. Ibid., 68. 27. Ibid., 52–80, 71–3. 28. Ibid., 79. 29. Ibid., 20. 30. Ibid., 6. 31. Ibid., 77–80. 32. Giles of Rome, “On Ecclesiastical Power,” in Lerner and Mahdi, eds., Me­ dieval Political Philosophy, 392. 33. Ibid., 396. 34. John of Paris, “On Kingly and Papal Power,” in Lerner and Mahdi, eds., Medieval Political Philosophy, 411–2. 35. Ibid., 413. 254 | Notes to Chapter 2 36. Marsilius of Padua, “The Defender of the Peace,” in Lerner and Mahdi, eds., Medieval Political Philosophy, 445–6. 37. Ibid., 449. 38. Ibid., 449–50. 39. Ibid., 479. 40. Ibid., 478. n ot e s to c h a p t e r 3 1. Johan. Huizinga, The Waning of the Middle Ages (New York: Doubleday, 1954). 2. See Maurice Dobb, Studies in the Development of Capitalism (New York: In­ ternational Publishers, 1947). 3. Jacob Burkhardt, The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958), 1:22. 4. Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince, trans. George Bull (New York: Penguin, 1961), 97. 5. Ibid...

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