Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Thucydides: War and the Polis
Chapter 2. Plato: Who Should Rule?
Chapter 3. Aristotle: The Best Constitution
Chapter 4. Cicero: The Idea of the Republic
Chapter 5. St. Augustine: The City of God
Chapter 6. St. Thomas Aquinas: Faith and Social Solidarity
Chapter 7. Machiavelli: How to Rule?
Chapter 8. Grotius: International Society
Chapter 9. Hobbes: The Beginning of Modernity
Chapter 10. Locke: Liberty And Property
Epilogue: The Classics and the Moderns
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