Political Economy in Late Eighteenth-Century British Radicalism:A Re-Examination of the Analytical Categories

@inproceedings{Goto2011PoliticalEI,
  title={Political Economy in Late Eighteenth-Century British Radicalism:A Re-Examination of the Analytical Categories},
  author={Hiroko Goto},
  year={2011}
}
Research into eighteenth-century British social thought and discourses of social issues has identifi ed two main vocabularies—that of jurisprudence and that of civic humanism. However, several social discourses in the late eighteenth century, such as Thomas Paine’s, also contain some infl uence from the fi eld of political economy. These elements do not fi t comfortably in either of the two abovementioned categories, and consequently, they have caused many problems for attempts at classifi… CONTINUE READING

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