Guilds and Civil Society in European Political Thought from the Twelfth Century to the Present download epub
by Antony Black
Guild and State examines the values of social solidarity and fraternity that . Self-governing labor organizations and civil freedom developed together as coherent practices.
Guild and State examines the values of social solidarity and fraternity that emerged from medieval guilds and city-communes, and the effect of traditional corporate organization of labor on socioeconomic attitudes and theories of the state. What ordinary guildsmen and townsmen thought about these issues can be gleaned from chronicles, charters, and reported slogans. In Europe, from the twelfth to the seventeenth centuries, the corporate organization of labor and of town-market communities developed side-by-side with the ideals of personal liberty, market freedom, and legal equality.
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Antony Black holds a Personal Chair (Emeritus) in the History of Political Thought at the University of Dundee. He is currently working on global and comparative political thought.
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