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The Body Politic

Catherine Aird

The Body Politic

by Catherine Aird

  • 317 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by G K Hall & Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime & mystery,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Series(Portway Large Print Series)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9733342M
    ISBN 100745173098
    ISBN 109780745173092

    Substantially expanded by John of Salisbury in the Policraticus to create specific equivalents among parts of the body and parts of the state, the analogy of the body politic figures in Oresme's glosses and commentaries on Chapter 9 of Book II, Chapter 4 of Book V, and Chapter 10 of Book VII of the Politiques. Body Politic (A Quint Dalrymple Mystery Book 1) eBook: Johnston, Paul: : Kindle Store/5(11).

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    Wendy Harcourt speaks about the concept of body politics and explains how the body is so central and yet so invisible in development theory and practice. As she points out, writing her prize winning book Body Politics in Development (Zed Books ) was a way to challenge mainstream development and reclaim the body as a subject of political. The body politic, in the words of this volume's editors, is 'perhaps the most vivid and enduring image in speech describing political community ever proposed.'", "The abundance of fresh insights in this collection owes to the contributors'uncommon familiarity with issues that distinguish early modern from classical political thought.", [T]he.


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Summary Princes & Others who are Sovereign Conclusion • Politics (polity) is symbolized by a body: Head: Princes & Other Rulers that are sovereign Arms & Hands: Nobles and Knights Belly, Legs, & Feet: Common People History & Context Governance History & Context Continued.

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