That noble science of politics : a study in nineteenth-century intellectual history

  title={That noble science of politics : a study in nineteenth-century intellectual history},
  author={Stefan Collini and Donald Winch and John Burrow},
  journal={The American Historical Review},
1. The governing science: things political and the intellectual historian 2. The system of the North: Dugald Stewart and his pupils 3. Higher maxims: happiness versus wealth in Malthus and Ricardo 4. The cause of good government: Philosophic Whigs versus Philosophic Radicals 5. The tendencies of things: John Stuart Mill and the philosophic method 6. Sense and circumstances: Bagehot and the nature of political understanding 7. All that glitters: political science and the lessons of history 8… 
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