Tag: Mixed Regime


  • “Original elements in Cicero’s ideal constitution.”

    - Clinton W. Keyes, “Original elements in Cicero’s ideal constitution,” The American Journal of Philology 42: 309-23., 1921.
  • “Cicero’s ideal in his De republica.”

    - W. W. Howe, “Cicero’s ideal in his De republica,” Journal of Roman Studies 20: 24-42., 1930.
  • “Ciceros Staatsdefinition.”

    - Rudolf Stark, “Ciceros Staatsdefinition,” La Nouvelle Clio 6: 56-69., 1954.
  • “Review of The Theory of the Mixed Constitution in Antiquity: A Critical Analysis of Polybius’ Political Ideas, by Kurt von Fritz.”

    - Harry V. Jaffa, “Review of The Theory of the Mixed Constitution in Antiquity: A Critical Analysis of Polybius’ Political Ideas, by Kurt von Fritz,” The American Political Science Review 50: 515-19., 1956.
  • “The interpretation of Cicero’s De legibus.”

    - Elisabeth Rawson, “The interpretation of Cicero’s De legibus,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt 1.4: 334-56. (1985) Intellectual Life in the Late Roman Republic. Baltimore, Md., 1973.
  • “Libertas populi und libertas civium in Ciceros Schrift De re publica.”

    - Hans Peter Kohn, “Libertas populi und libertas civium in Ciceros Schrift De re publica,” in Lippold and Himmelmann, 201-11., 1977.
  • “Cicero’s Republic and Greek political thought.”

    - Robert W. Sharples, “Cicero’s Republic and Greek political thought,” Polis 5.2: 30-50., 1986.
  • The Founders and the Classics

    - Carl J. Richard, The Founders and the Classics. Cambridge, Massachusettes, 1994.
    Review: “This is a well-conceived, solidly researched, and ably argued book about the influence of the classics in the the political thought of the founding fathers… This work will be required reading for historians interested in the ideological origins… More
  • “Polybius’ applied political theory.”

    - David E. Hahm, “Polybius’ applied political theory,” in A. Laks and M. Schofield (1995), 7-47., 1995.
    Overview: –   Polybius’ History book VI contains the most complete text of Hellenistic Greek political theory that has survived from antiquity and the only extended example of applied political theory. Polybius, an Achaean statesman turned… More
  • “Form and content in the Tusculan Disputations.”

    - Alan E. Douglas, “Form and content in the Tusculan Disputations,” in Powell (1995), 197- 218., 1995.
  • “The Theory of the Mixed Constitution at Rome.”

    - Andrew Lintott, “The Theory of the Mixed Constitution at Rome,” in Philosophia Togata II: Plato and Aristotle at Rome, eds. J. Barnes and M. T. Griffin. Oxford: 70-85., 1997.
    Overview: –  The mutual interaction of philosophy and Roman political and cultural life has aroused more and more interest in recent years among students of classical literature, Roman history, and ancient philosophy. In this volume, which gathers… More
  • “Thomas Jefferson and republicanism.”

    - Jean M. Yarbrough, “Thomas Jefferson and republicanism,” in Thomas Jefferson and the Politics of Nature, ed. T. S. Engeman. Notre Dame, Ind.: 59-80., 2000.
  • “Aristotle and the mixed constitution.”

    - Andrew Lintott “Aristotle and the mixed constitution,” in Alternatives to Athens: Varieties of Political Organization and Community in Ancient Greece, eds. R. Brock and S. Hodkinson. Oxford: 152-66., 2002.
    Overview: –  In the Politics Aristotle appears in more than one guise — as an analyst of the nature of the polis and political activity and as the proponent of an ideal polis. The detailed examination of existing constitutions in books 2-6 mixes… More
  • “A new kind of model: Cicero’s Roman constitution in De Republica.”

    - Elisabeth Asmis,  “A new kind of model: Cicero’s Roman constitution in De Republica,” The American Journal of Philology,  126.3: 377-416., 2005.

    Overview: –  This article attempts to answer the question: What makes the Roman constitution “by far the best,” as Cicero claims in “De republica”? Following Polybius, Cicero analyses the Roman constitution as a mixed… More