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Republics: Ancient & Modern. Inventions of Prudence: Constituting the American Regime. By Paul A. Rahe University of Tulsa. GOOD INSTITUTIONS. Not Good Men as the Means to Good Government. VIRTUE. In the Institutions. CONTRAST. Ancient Republics Medieval Republics Modern Republics.

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republics ancient modern

Republics: Ancient & Modern

Inventions of Prudence: Constituting the American Regime

good institutions

GOOD INSTITUTIONS

Not Good Men as the Means to Good Government

virtue

VIRTUE

In the Institutions

contrast
CONTRAST
  • Ancient Republics
  • Medieval Republics
  • Modern Republics
focus on the concept of

Focus on the Concept of:

VIRTUE

The Highest Moral Excellence in the Society

topics to highlight
Topics to Highlight
  • Logos Reasoned Speech
  • Polis The State
  • Paideia What makes a state what it is
  • Politeia The Regime
  • Politeuma The Ruling Order
topics
Topics
  • Greeks
  • Romans
  • Christians
  • Machiavelli
thinkers
Thinkers
  • Aristotle
  • Niccolo Machiavelli
  • Francis Bacon
  • Thomas Hobbes
  • James Harrington
  • John Locke
  • Charles Montesquieu
  • David Hume
americans
Americans
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • James Madison
  • John Adams
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • George Washington
  • Wilson, Mason, Morris,