Philosophy and the State in France

The Renaissance to the Enlightenment

Ranked #30 in Jurisprudence

Tracing the development of French political thought in the seventeenth century, Nannerl Keohane explores a quite different emphasis on the indivisibility of sovereignty and the expression of interests rather than rights.

Originally published in 1980.

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