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Internet Book WatchThomas Jefferson And The Politics Of Nature surveys one of our most important and influential Founding Fathers' thought as a politician, writer, philosopher, Christian, and economist. This series of essays contributed by a roster of accomplished and knowledgeable scholars, covers Jefferson's republicanism in support of Christian ethics and Aristotle, his best theoretical approach to democracy, his natural rights philosophy within a Kantian perspective, his incorporation of the Scottish Enlightenment, the broader cultural influences shaping Jeffersonian thought, and much, much more. Thomas Jefferson And The Politics Of Nature is an invaluable, informative, highly recommended contribution to Jeffersonian studies and the history of American political thought.
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