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3. Yale University Center for the Study of Representative Institutions Book Panel (via Zoom) Commerce and Manners in Edmund Burke's Political Economy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020) by: Gregory M. Collins.

4. Justice and charity: the role of Aristotelianism and Anglicanism in Edmund Burke's Thoughts and Details on Scarcity.

7. Edmund Burke's Political Economy: A Historiographical Essay.

9. Thinking about the Law with Edmund Burke.

10. Edmund Burke, the French Revolution and the Battle for the Soul of the Whig Party*.

12. Edmund Burke Won’t Save Us.

15. Burke's More Perfect Union?

16. The Eye of the Other in Edmund Burke's Enquiry: Language, Confrontation, and the (Subjective) Body of the Sublime.

17. Patriots and Populists: From Burke to Trump.

20. Effeminate Edmund Burke and the masculine voice of Mary Wollstonecraft.

21. Edmund Burke on slavery and the slave trade.

22. Edmund Burke, Strauss, and the Straussians.

23. Burke & Trump.

24. On the Sublime and Beautiful: Edmund Burke, Ottobah Cugoano, and Reverberations of Eighteenth-Century Racial Aesthetics.

25. Burke, Edmund (1729–1797)

27. Edmund Burke's Family Legacy.

29. Reply to Critics.

33. Churchill's debt to Burke.

34. Conservatism & the politics of prudence.

35. `Insects of the hour'

36. EDMUND BURKE: HISTORY, POLITICS AND POLEMIC.

37. Edmund Burke's Negro Code.

40. History As Transcendence: What Leo Strauss Does Not Understand About Edmund Burke.

41. Spontaneous order and civilization: Burke and Hayek on markets, contracts and social order.

44. A philosopher for the ages.

45. Edmund Burke's Conservative Liberalism.

46. Edmund Burke and the Problem of Value.

49. Further reflections on the revolution in France

50. Part VI: Abstraction and relativity: Chapter 13: The political economy of Edmund Burke.

53. THE VARIETIES OF BURKE IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE THOUGHT.

55. Burke's "sensitive" sublime rooted in brain and body versus Kant's transcendental concept in the German Romantic discourse.

56. Revolutionary writings / Edmund Burke ; ed. by Iain Hampsher-Monk.

66. THE "ISMS" IN LIBERALISM.

67. Burke, Edmund (1729–1797)

69. BURKE'S CATHOLIC CONSERVATISM.

70. WESTERN INFLUENCE AND THE EVOLUTION OF ROMANIAN CONSERVATISM IN THE 19TH CENTURY.

71. The aesthetics of Burke's constitutionalism: A dialectical reading.

72. China's Deng Development Model: Scientific Development or Modern Conservatism?

74. The Liberalism of Edmund Burke.

76. James M. Buchanan and Edmund Burke: Opposite sides of the same fiscal constitution coin.

77. The dark side of human rights.

78. A BURKEAN PERSPECTIVE ON PATENT ELIGIBILITY.

79. Budgetary institutions and fiscal discipline: Edmund Burke's insightful contribution.

80. DUE PROCESS TRADITIONALISM.

81. What would Burke think of law and economics?

82. The Context of Burke's Reflections.

83. EDMUND BURKE, POLAND, AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF EUROPE.

84. Conservative Politics and Laissez-Faire Economics?: The Burke-Smith Problem Revisited.

85. Commerce and manners in Edmund Burke's political economy: by Gregory M. Collins, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2020, 578 p., £40, ISBN 9781108489409.

86. Burke, Edmund (1729–1797)

87. Edmund Burke on Society as an Intergenerational Partnership.

88. Facing the Sublime: Physiological Correlates of the Relationship Between Fear and the Sublime.

91. HOW TO WRITE ABOUT INFLUENCE: ASSESSING EDMUND BURKE'S CONSERVATIVE LEGACIES.

92. The Infinite Grotesque: Paper Money and Aesthetics in Edmund Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France.

93. Genre and the Mediation of Political Economy in Edmund Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France and Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Men.

94. The Right Man.

95. Edmund Burke and the Emotions.

96. From Burke to Burkha: Conservatism, Multiculturalism and the Big Society.

97. Adam Smith and Edmund Burke: Texts in Context.

98. The Modern Foundations of Burke's Conservatism.

100. The Political Economy of Edmund Burke: A New Perspective.

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