Empire and Modern Political Thought: Social Theory in the Age of Empire

@inproceedings{Mantena2012EmpireAM,
  title={Empire and Modern Political Thought: Social Theory in the Age of Empire},
  author={K. Mantena},
  year={2012}
}
When viewed from Britain in the eighteenth century, the empire was still a distant matter, notwithstanding the numerous ways in which it already laced domestic life. As with his other writings, the depth and reach of Edmund Burke's insight into the turgid functioning of the empire had everything to do with the deployment of a moral imagination, which alloyed self-understanding and sympathy. Burke not only reflected on the complexity of the empire, he also expressed a sustained and deep… Expand
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