Natural Law and Enlightenment Series

The intellectual struggle to articulate the theory of classical liberalism was often as hard fought as the physical battle for its political realization. The Natural Law and Enlightenment Classics Series presents not only some of the most famous figures from this history but also the lesser-known theorists who contributed their part to the contest of ideas. Through some of the Enlightenment’s most significant and most unusual works on natural law, moral philosophy, political theory, jurisprudence, and theology, this series offers readers a deep and nuanced understanding of classical liberal ideas and their development.

See the listing of current and proposed titles in the Series with the expected date of publication.

For additional information about the Natural Law and Enlightenment Series see in the Forum: Timeline on Natural Law and Enlightenment.