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Introduction 1. The Turn to Civil Community in Late Medieval Thought 2. Between City and Empire: The Quest for Unity 3. Hobbes and the Construction of Sovereign Power 4. The Precarious Balance of the Commonwealth 5. History and Reconciliation: Hegel and the Passing of Natural Law 6. Enlightenment: Hegel's Theory of State 7. A World A-drift: From Sovereign Power to Executive Power Conclusion: A death that mattered Bibliography
Amnon Lev is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. His research focuses on the nexus of philosophy and political form. Previous publications include: Filosofi og Politisk Taenkning hos Aristoteles (Philosophy and Political Thought in Aristotle).