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Despotism renewed

Christopher John Millington

Despotism renewed

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by Christopher John Millington

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (LL.M.) - Univ. of Birmingham, Faculty of Law.

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Open LibraryOL20856088M

Wittfogel is best known for his monumental work Oriental Despotism: A Comparative Study of Total Power, first published in Starting from a Marxist analysis of the ideas of Max Weber on China and India's "hydraulic-bureaucratic official-state" and building on Marx's sceptical view of the Asiatic Mode of Production, Wittfogel came up with an analysis of Oriental despotism which emphasized. This book provides an original view of Russian and Asian history that views both in a global perspective. Via this analysis, Alessandro Stanziani opens new dimensions in the study of state formation, the global slave trade, warfare and European and Asian growth. After Oriental Despotism questions conventional oppositions between Europe and Asia.

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