Aug 18, · Just a little remark, the 'ANNA BECKER' is not of type 9, the two identical vessel that i have found so far was the above mentikned KATHE and the MAGED H, which believe they are both of the same type. The 'ANNA BECKER' is a different older design.
How does an attention to gender change our understanding of Renaissance political texts and the history of ideas more broadly? How can we challenge the traditional divide between the political public and the apolitical private spheres? And in what ways is re-evaluating the conceptual relationship between disadvantaged groups in the early modern period fruitful for our own times?
Abstract. Does the body do anything in the history of political thought? Motivated by the quest of understanding how our modern abstract idea of the state came into being, historians of political thought have not fully explored the material and bodily implications of early modern thinking.