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  3. General bibliography 68 items
    The following is a list of books which are relevant to tutorial topics and which should be helpful for essays. All of these books are available in the University library. More extensive bibliographies for each of the five thinkers can be found at the end of Hampsher-Monk, A History of Modern Political Thought.
    1. Works by Hobbes 1 item
      1. Leviathan: authoritative text backgrounds interpretations - Thomas Hobbes, Richard E. Flathman, David Johnston 1997

        Book Recommended

    2. Further Reading on Hobbes 13 items
      1. Political thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2009

        Book Recommended Baumgold, D., "Hobbes", pp.189-206

      2. Chapter 2 of Thomas Hobbes and the natural law tradition - N. Bobbio

        Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module POLU9PG

      3. Political philosophy - Jean Hampton 1997

        Book Recommended Chapter 2.

      4. Hobbesian moral and political theory - Gregory S. Kavka 1986

        Book Recommended

      5. Man and society: political and social theories from Machiavelli to Marx - J. P. Plamenatz, M. E. Plamenatz, Robert Wokler 1992

        Book Recommended Chapter 5.

      6. Hobbes: morals and politics - D. D. Raphael 1977

        Book Recommended

      7. Inventors of ideas: an introduction to western political philosophy - Donald G. Tannenbaum, David Schultz 2004

        Book Recommended Chapter 12.

      8. Reading political philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill - Nigel Warburton, Jon Pike, Derek Matravers 2000

        Book Recommended Chapter 2.

      9. Hobbes and the law of nature - Perez Zagorin c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapters 1 and 2.

      10. Hobbes and the law of nature - Perez Zagorin, ebrary, Inc 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapters 1 and 2.

    3. Works by Locke 1 item
    4. Further Reading on Locke 14 items
      1. Political philosophy - Jean Hampton 1997

        Book Recommended Chapter 2.

      2. Locke - E. J. Lowe 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 6.

      3. John Locke - Geraint Parry 1978

        Book Recommended

      4. Man and society: political and social theories from Machiavelli to Marx - J. P. Plamenatz, M. E. Plamenatz, Robert Wokler 1992

        Book Recommended Chapter 8.

      5. Locke - Samuel Charles Rickless 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapters 11 and 12.

      6. Locke - Samuel Charles Rickless 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapters 11 & 12

      7. The Lockean theory of rights - A. John Simmons 1992

        Book Recommended

      8. Inventors of ideas: an introduction to western political philosophy - Donald G. Tannenbaum, David Schultz 2004

        Book Recommended Chapter 13.

      9. Locke on political authority, property and toleration, IN: Political thinkers - C. Ten

        Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module POLU9PG

      10. Political thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2009

        Book Recommended Waldron, J., "Locke", pp. 207-224.

      11. Reading political philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill - Nigel Warburton, Jon Pike, Derek Matravers 2000

        Book Recommended Chapter 3.

    5. Works by Rousseau 1 item
      1. The social contract and discourses - Jean-Jacques Rousseau, G. D. H. Cole, J. H. Brumfitt, John C. Hall 1993

        Book Recommended

    6. Further Reading on Rousseau 12 items
      1. Liberty - David Miller 1991

        Book Recommended Berlin, I., "Two Concepts of Liberty".

      2. Political thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2009

        Book Recommended Boucher, D., "Rousseau", pp. 263-302.

      3. Rousseau and liberty 1995

        Book Recommended Cranston, M., "Rousseau's Theory of Liberty", pp. 231-243.

      4. Political philosophy - Dudley Knowles 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 7.

      5. Rousseau - Timothy O'Hagan 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      6. Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Rousseau - J. P. Plamenatz, Mark Philp, Z. A. Pelczynski 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Part three - Rousseau

      7. Inventors of ideas: an introduction to western political philosophy - Donald G. Tannenbaum, David Schultz 2004

        Book Recommended Chapter 14.

      8. Reading political philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill - Nigel Warburton, Jon Pike, Derek Matravers 2000

        Book Recommended Chapter 4.

    7. Works by Mill 1 item
      1. On liberty and other essays - John Stuart Mill, John Stuart Mill, John Stuart Mill, John Stuart Mill 2010

        Book Recommended

    8. Further Reading on Mill 10 items
      1. Paternalism - Gerald Dworkin, Peter Laslett

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Mill on Liberty: A Defence - John Gray 1996 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      3. Mill on liberty: a defence - John Gray, ebrary, Inc 1996 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      4. Political thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2009

        Book Recommended Kelly, P., "J.S. Mill on Liberty", pp. 381-399.

      5. Paternalism - Jack Lively, A. Phillips Griffiths

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Why read Mill today? - John Skorupski 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      7. Inventors of ideas: an introduction to western political philosophy - Donald G. Tannenbaum, David Schultz 2004

        Book Recommended Chapter 17.

      8. Mill's On liberty: a critical guide - C. L. Ten 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      9. Reading political philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill - Nigel Warburton, Jon Pike, Derek Matravers 2000

        Book Recommended Chapter 6.

    9. Works by Marx (and Engels) 5 items
      1. The German ideology: Part one - Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, C. J. Arthur, ebrary, Inc c2001 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      2. The Communist manifesto - Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Jeffrey C. Isaac, Steven Lukes c2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      3. Communist manifesto - Karl Marx

        Book Recommended There are many editions of this book available

      4. Capital - Karl Marx

        Book Recommended There are many editions of this text available

    10. Further Reading on Marx 10 items
      1. Making sense of Marx - Jon Elster 1985

        Book Recommended Chapter 4.

      2. Contemporary political philosophy: an introduction - Will Kymlicka 2002

        Book Recommended Chapter 5.

      3. Marxism and morality - Steven Lukes 1985

        Book Recommended Chapter 5.

      4. Marx and alienation: Essays on Hegelian themes - Sean Sayers 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      5. Inventors of ideas: an introduction to western political philosophy - Donald G. Tannenbaum, David Schultz 2004

        Book Recommended Chapter 18.

      6. Political thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2009

        Book Recommended Thomas, P., "Marx and Engels", pp. 474-490.

      7. Political thinkers: from Socrates to the present - David Boucher, P. J. Kelly 2009

        Book Recommended Wilde, L., "The Early Marx", pp. 459-473

      8. Reading political philosophy: Machiavelli to Mill - Nigel Warburton, Jon Pike, Derek Matravers 2000

        Book Recommended Chapter 5.

      9. Why read Marx today? - Jonathan Wolff 2003

        Book Recommended

      10. Karl Marx - Allen W. Wood 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapters 1, 4, 5.

  4. BEYOND the READING LIST 1 item
    You are expected to read widely beyond this resource list. Make a start with your subject research guide.
    1. Try the subject research guide for the most appropriate resources for your topic.