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Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Shlomo Avineri, ed., Karl Marx on Colonialism and
Modernization
(New York, 1968). Robert Derathé, “Les
philosophes et le despotisme,” in Utopie et institutions au
xviiie siècle; le pragmatisme des lumières,
ed. Pierre
Francastel (The Hague and Paris, 1963). R. Koebner,
“Despot and Despotism: Vicissitudes of a Political Term,”
Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 14 (1951),
275-302. George Lichtheim, “Oriental Despotism,” in The
Concept of  Ideology next hit and Other Essays
(New York, 1967).
Donald M. Lowe, The Function of 'China' in Marx, Lenin,
and Mao
(Berkeley, 1966). Sven Stelling-Michaud, “Le
mythe du despotisme oriental,” Schweizer Beiträge zur
Allgemeinen Geschichte,
18/19 (1960-61), 328-46. Franco
Venturi, “Oriental Despotism,” Journal of the History of
Ideas,
24 (1963), 133-42. E. V. Walter, “Policies of Violence:
From Montesquieu to the Terrorists,” in The Critical Spirit.
Essays in Honor of Herbert Marcause,
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Barrington Moore, Jr. (Boston, 1967). Françoise Weil,
“Montesquieu et le despotisme,” in Actes du Congrès
Montesquieu
(Bordeaux, 1956), pp. 191-215. Karl A. Witt-
fogel, Oriental Despotism. A Comparative Study of Total
Power
(New Haven, 1957).

Translations, unless otherwise identified, are by the author
of the article.

MELVIN RICHTER

[See also Anarchism; Authority; Freedom; Revolution;
State; Totalitarianism.]