Shakespeare and the Legal Imagination

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Cambridge University Press, 1999 - 241 ページ
This work offers an analysis of constitutional law, examining Shakespeare's plays as legal texts. Professor Ward uses the plays as a starting point to investigate the development of constitutional ideas such as sovereignty, commonwealth, conscience and moral law, and the art of government. In the developing area of law and literature, this book examines how Shakespeare's work offers a rich source of textual material on legal subjects.
 

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Preface
1
CHAPTER
13
CHAPTER
18
CHAPTER
20
The Machiavellian Moment
39
The Godly Prince and his Godly Commonwealth
55
Law Morality and the Politics of Difference
70
The Play of Sexuality
83
Shakespeare and the Challenge of the Market 133
33
Providentialism Classicism and the Elizabethan Picture 146
61
Liberalism Community and the Idea of the Moral Self 169
81
The Art of Government 193
93
The Aesthetics of Government 199
99
The Government of the Imagination 205
15
Bibliography 219
29
Index 233

Models of Association
103
The Rise of the Early Modern Market 120
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