A Collection of Ranter Writings Paperback

Spiritual Liberty and Sexual Freedom in the English Revolution

by Nigel Smith;

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A Collection of Ranter Writings

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The Ranters - like the Levellers and the Diggers - were a group of religious libertarians who flourished during the English Civil War(1642-1651), a period of social and religious turmoil which saw, in the words of Christopher Hill, 'the world turned upside down'. This particular collection is the most notable attempt to anthologise the key Ranter writings - bringing together some remarkable, visionary and unforgettable texts. The subjects range from the limits to pleasure and divine right, to social justice and collective action. As literature they are also remarkable, and have inspired generations of English-language writers and thinkers. As an example of radical theology, the Ranters have intrigued and captivated generations of scholars and philosophers. This collection will be of great interest to historians, philosophers and all those trying to understand past radical traditions.

A Collection of Ranter Writings by Nigel Smith was published by Pluto Press in April 2014. The ISBN for A Collection of Ranter Writings is 9780745333601.

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Details for A Collection of Ranter Writings

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPluto Press (April 2014)
Number of Pages288
Thickness20 mm
Height240 mm
Width170 mm
Product Code4074570
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