Hans Baron

Hans Baron (June 22, 1900 – November 26, 1988) was a German-American historian of political thought and literature. His main contribution to the historiography of the period was to introduce in 1928 the term ''civic humanism'' (denoting most if not all of the content of ''classical republicanism'').

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by Baron, Hans, 1900-1988.
Published 1985
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by Baron, Hans, 1900-1988,
Published 1985
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by Baron, Hans, 1900-1988.
Published 1938
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by Baron, Hans, 1900-1988.
Published 1951
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by Baron, Hans, 1900-1988.
Published 1924
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by Baron, Hans, 1900-1988,
Published 1988
...Baron, Hans, 1900-1988. In search of Florentine civic humanism....
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by Troeltsch, Ernst, 1865-1923.
Published 1966
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by Troeltsch, Ernst, 1865-1923.
Published 1966
Other Authors: '; ...Baron, Hans, 1900-1988....
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by Troeltsch, Ernst, 1865-1923.
Published 1962
Other Authors: '; ...Baron, Hans, 1900-1988,...
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by Troeltsch, Ernst, 1865-1923.
Published 1924
Other Authors: '; ...Baron, Hans, 1900-1988....
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by Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444.
Published 1928
Other Authors: '; ...Baron, Hans, 1900-1988,...
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