Liberty and Morality: The Politics of Samuel Johnson
Drawing on a wide range of his writings, conferees explored the political thought of Samuel Johnson.
From Liberty Fund
By Samuel Johnson
Edited by Donald J. Greene
The eighteenth century produced a remarkable array of thinkers whose influence in the development of free societies and free institutions is incalculable. Among these thinkers were Mandeville, Hutcheson, Smith, Hume, and Burke; their time is known as the Age of Johnson. Samuel Johnson: Political Writings contains twenty-four of Johnson’s essays…
Resolutions of the Continental Congress (October 19, 1765).
Johnson, Samuel. The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. Edited by Thomas Keymer. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Johnson, Samuel. “The Idler, No. 87. Amazonian bravery revived.” The Universal Chronicle (December 15, 1759): 1-2.
Junius. Letters of Junius (vol. 1). London: Henry Sampson Woodfall, 1772.