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Publius, Power & Human Nature A Reading of The Federalist
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Publius - Alexander Hamilton
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Publius - John Jay
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Publius - James Madison
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The Mission of Publius Politics as Rational Discourse debate over Constitution Federalis t directed at New York political propaganda a lawyer’s brief but a sustained public argument a meditation on power cited by courts
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Political Discourse in a Dialogic Community Concept of Community Greek view - face-to-face interaction Publius’s view - dialogic community Foundation - Common Thought & Interest the concept of foundation for Greeks, myth for Publius, discourse politics-as-education - examination of values
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Publius & Human Nature Conflicting Interpretations Publius as Hobbes Hartz, Parrington, Dahl, Wolin source: #10, 52 ; #51, 316 Publius as Champion of Virtue Gary Wills #55, 342
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Publius & Human Nature Human Nature - Variable & Malleable based on vision of public good # 49, 310 problem of faction #10, 56
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