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Arbitrary rule : slavery, tyranny, and the power of life and death, Mary Nyquist

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Arbitrary rule : slavery, tyranny, and the power of life and death
Title
Arbitrary rule
Title remainder
slavery, tyranny, and the power of life and death
Statement of responsibility
Mary Nyquist
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ICU/DLC
Dewey number
306.3/6209
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
JC381
LC item number
.N97 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Arbitrary rule : slavery, tyranny, and the power of life and death, Mary Nyquist
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-408) and index
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ancient Greek and Roman slaveries -- Political slavery and barbarism -- Tyranny, slavery, and the despots -- The tyrant as conqueror and antityranny -- Tyranny, despotical rule, and natural slavery in Aristotle's Politics -- Roman antityranny -- Appropriation and disavowal of slavery -- Sixteenth-century French and English resistance theory -- Servility and tyranny in Montaigne and La Boétie, Goodman and Ponet -- Spanish tyranny, English resistance -- Collective enslavement and freedom in Vindiciae -- Slavery in Smith's De republica anglorum and Bodin's République -- Resistance -- Human sacrifice, barbarism, and Buchanan's Jephtha -- Barbarism, sacrifice, and civic virtue -- Calvin, Cicero, and wrongful vows -- Does Jephtha hold the sword? -- Blood(less) sacrifice -- Antityranny, slavery, and revolution -- Genesis, dominion, and natural slavery -- Servility, tyranny, and asiatic monarchy in 1 Samuel 8 -- Genesis, dominion, and servitude in "Paradise lost" -- Ears bored with an awl in revolutionary England -- Revolution and liberty cap -- Freeborn sons or slaves? -- Debating analogically -- Freeborn citizens and contract -- Fathers and resistance -- Antislavery and Bodin's preemption of antityranny -- Parker's antityranny and antislavery -- The power of life and death -- Brutus and his sons: lawful punishment or paternal power? -- Debating the familial origins of the power of life and death -- Debating divine sanction for the power and life and death -- Power, no-power, and the English revolution -- Etymology as ideology: servire from servare, or enslaving as saving -- Nakedness, history, and bare life -- Nakedness -- Nationalization of natural slavery and original sin -- De Bry's Europeanized Adam and Eve -- Privative comparison in Paradise lost -- Hobbes's state of nature and "hard" privativism -- The golden-edenic privative age -- Cicero's savage age -- Savagery and the Euro-colonial privative age -- Ancestral liberties, inherited freedom -- Hobbes's state of nature and libertas -- Frontispieces -- Hobbes, slavery, and despotical rule -- Liberty, slavery, and tyranny discomfited -- Preservation of life, civility, and servitude -- Hobbes's female-free family -- Servants and slaves -- Locke's "On slavery, " despotical power, and tyranny -- Antityranny, not antidespotism -- Hobbes, Locke, and the power of life and death -- Reading "Of slavery" -- Reading Locke rewriting power/no-power -- Hebrew and chattel slavery -- Slaves and tyrants
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 421 pages
Isbn
9780226015675
Isbn Type
(ebk.)
Lccn
2012043149
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40022471629
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn809910995
Label
Arbitrary rule : slavery, tyranny, and the power of life and death, Mary Nyquist
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-408) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ancient Greek and Roman slaveries -- Political slavery and barbarism -- Tyranny, slavery, and the despots -- The tyrant as conqueror and antityranny -- Tyranny, despotical rule, and natural slavery in Aristotle's Politics -- Roman antityranny -- Appropriation and disavowal of slavery -- Sixteenth-century French and English resistance theory -- Servility and tyranny in Montaigne and La Boétie, Goodman and Ponet -- Spanish tyranny, English resistance -- Collective enslavement and freedom in Vindiciae -- Slavery in Smith's De republica anglorum and Bodin's République -- Resistance -- Human sacrifice, barbarism, and Buchanan's Jephtha -- Barbarism, sacrifice, and civic virtue -- Calvin, Cicero, and wrongful vows -- Does Jephtha hold the sword? -- Blood(less) sacrifice -- Antityranny, slavery, and revolution -- Genesis, dominion, and natural slavery -- Servility, tyranny, and asiatic monarchy in 1 Samuel 8 -- Genesis, dominion, and servitude in "Paradise lost" -- Ears bored with an awl in revolutionary England -- Revolution and liberty cap -- Freeborn sons or slaves? -- Debating analogically -- Freeborn citizens and contract -- Fathers and resistance -- Antislavery and Bodin's preemption of antityranny -- Parker's antityranny and antislavery -- The power of life and death -- Brutus and his sons: lawful punishment or paternal power? -- Debating the familial origins of the power of life and death -- Debating divine sanction for the power and life and death -- Power, no-power, and the English revolution -- Etymology as ideology: servire from servare, or enslaving as saving -- Nakedness, history, and bare life -- Nakedness -- Nationalization of natural slavery and original sin -- De Bry's Europeanized Adam and Eve -- Privative comparison in Paradise lost -- Hobbes's state of nature and "hard" privativism -- The golden-edenic privative age -- Cicero's savage age -- Savagery and the Euro-colonial privative age -- Ancestral liberties, inherited freedom -- Hobbes's state of nature and libertas -- Frontispieces -- Hobbes, slavery, and despotical rule -- Liberty, slavery, and tyranny discomfited -- Preservation of life, civility, and servitude -- Hobbes's female-free family -- Servants and slaves -- Locke's "On slavery, " despotical power, and tyranny -- Antityranny, not antidespotism -- Hobbes, Locke, and the power of life and death -- Reading "Of slavery" -- Reading Locke rewriting power/no-power -- Hebrew and chattel slavery -- Slaves and tyrants
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 421 pages
Isbn
9780226015675
Isbn Type
(ebk.)
Lccn
2012043149
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40022471629
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn809910995

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