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Author Ferrone, Vincenzo.

Title The Politics of Enlightenment : Constitutionalism, Republicanism, and the Rights of Man in Gaetano Filangieri
Published London : Anthem Press, 2012
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Contents Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Foreword POLITICAL ECONOMY AND THE RIGHTS OF MAN; Preface A WORLD TO REDISCOVER: THE ENLIGHTENMENT ORIGINS OF MODERN ITALIAN REPUBLICANISM; Part One THE NEW POLITICS 'EX PARTE CIVIUM'; Chapter One THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND THE POLITICAL CRITIQUE OF THE SCIENTIA JURIS; Chapter Two THE CRITIQUE OF THE BRITISH CONSTITUTIONAL MODEL AND THE POLITICAL LABORATORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION; Chapter Three AGAINST MONTESQUIEU AND CLASS CONSTITUTIONALISM: THE DENUNCIATIONS OF THE 'FEUDAL MONSTER' AND THE 'TEMPERED MONARCHY'
3. Against Montesquieu and Class Constitutionalism: The Denunciations of the 'Feudal Monster' and the 'Tempered Monarchy'4. Constructing a New Constitutionalism: Masonic Sociability and Equality; 5. The Neapolitan School of Natural Law and the Historical Origins of the Rights of Man; 6. Beyond 'Reason of State': The Moral and Religious Foundations of the New Politics Ex Parte Civium; 7. Nation or Fatherland? The Republican and Constitutional Patriotism of Italian Enlightenment Thinkers
8. The Original Character of Enlightenment Constitutionalism: From the Scienza della legislazione to the 1799 Progetto di costituzione napoletana9. Vincenzo Cuoco: The National Critique of Cosmopolitan Enlightenment Constitutionalism; 10. The Liberal Constant against the Enlightened Filangieri: Two Interpretations of Modernity; 11. Filangierian Heresies in the European Democratic Tradition: The Principle of Justice and the Right to Happiness; INDEX
Chapter Four CONSTRUCTING A NEW CONSTITUTIONALISM: MASONIC SOCIABILITY AND EQUALITYChapter Five THE NEAPOLITAN SCHOOL OF NATURAL LAW AND THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN; Chapter Six BEYOND 'REASON OF STATE': THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS FOUNDATIONS OF THE NEW POLITICS EX PARTE CIVIUM; Chapter Seven NATION OR FATHERLAND? THE REPUBLICAN AND CONSTITUTIONAL PATRIOTISM OF ITALIAN ENLIGHTENMENT THINKERS; Part Two A DIFFICULT LEGACY; Chapter Eight THE ORIGINAL CHARACTER OF ENLIGHTENMENT CONSTITUTIONALISM: FROM THE SCIENZA DELLA LEGISLAZIONE TO THE 1799 PROGETTO DI COSTITUZIONE NAPOLETANA
Chapter Nine VINCENZO CUOCO: THE NATIONAL CRITIQUE OF COSMOPOLITAN ENLIGHTENMENT CONSTITUTIONALISMChapter Ten THE LIBERAL CONSTANT AGAINST THE ENLIGHTENED FILANGIERI: TWO INTERPRETATIONS OF MODERNITY; Chapter Eleven FILANGIERIAN HERESIES IN THE EUROPEAN DEMOCRATIC TRADITION: THE PRINCIPLE OF JUSTICE AND THE RIGHT TO HAPPINESS; NOTES; Foreword; Preface; 1. The Enlightenment and the Political Critique of the Scientia Juris; 2. The Critique of the British Constitutional Model and the Political Laboratory of the American Revolution
Notes Written by one of Italy?s leading historians, this book analyses the Neapolitan nobleman Gaetano Filangieri and his seven-volume?Science of Legislation? in their historical context, expounding on his legacy for the histories of constitutional republicanism, liberalism, and political economy
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Subject Filangieri, Gaetano, 1752-1788.
Civil rights -- Italy -- History.
Constitutional history -- Italy.
Political science -- Italy -- History -- 18th century.
Republicanism -- Italy -- History.
State, The.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Reinert, Sophus A.
ISBN 0857289241
1283705028
9780857289247
9781283705028