The Revolution of the Saint Hardback

A Study in the Origins of Radical Politics

by Michael Walzer;

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The Revolution of the Saint

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The Revolution of the Saints is a study, both historical and sociological, of the radical political response of the Puritans to disorder. It interprets and analyzes Calvinism as the first modern expression of an unremitting determination to transform on the basis of an ideology the existing political and moral order. Michael Walzer examines in detail the circumstances and ideological options of the Puritan intelligentsia and gentry. He sees Puritanism, in sharp contrast to some generally accepted views, as the political theory of intellectuals and gentlemen attempting to create a new government and society.

The Revolution of the Saint by Michael Walzer was published by Harvard University Press in July 1990 and is our 62230th best seller. The ISBN for The Revolution of the Saint is 9780674767867.

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Details for The Revolution of the Saint

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherHarvard University Press (July 1990)
Number of Pages344
Thickness20 mm
Height250 mm
Width200 mm
Product Code1153750
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