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gender and intellectual history
The study of the gendered aspects of intellectual history does not enjoy the dubious blessing of being a distinct and well-developed discipline, or even sub-discipline. Perhaps this is as it shouldExpand
JOHN LILBURNE AND THE CITIZENSHIP OF ‘FREE-BORN ENGLISHMEN’
  • R. Foxley
  • Sociology
  • The Historical Journal
  • 29 November 2004
John Lilburne's extensive writings were a major part of the pamphlet output of the Leveller movement. The apparent traditionalism of his language has obscured the extent to which he developed aExpand
‘The wildernesse of Tropes and Figures’ Figuring Rhetoric in Leveller Pamphlets
The Leveller writings of the 1640s are directed at immediate political circumstances and agitate for specific political ends. They do so in a wide range of styles, some of them highly colourful andExpand
Democracy in 1659: Harrington and the Good Old Cause
The Logic of Ideas in Christopher Hill's English Revolution
This article examines the role played by ideas and their thinkers in Christopher Hill's histories of the English Revolution. Hill protested against a reductionist economic determinism with no placeExpand
Liberty and sovereignty
Sparta and the English Republic
In 1659-60, James Harrington and Henry Stubbe, two republican authors, engaged in a bad-tempered pamphlet debate about the constitution of classical Sparta. This took place in the context ofExpand
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