J. C. (Colin) Davis is a British historian, whose work often focuses on the Utopian thinkers of the 17th-century. He has been described as a 'historian of political and religious thought and a brilliant and provocative iconoclast. The book Liberty, Authority, Formality: Political Ideas and Culture, 1600-1900 was written in honor of Davis at the time of his retirement as professor.

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  • J. C. (Colin) Davis is a British historian, whose work often focuses on the Utopian thinkers of the 17th-century. He has been described as a 'historian of political and religious thought and a brilliant and provocative iconoclast. The book Liberty, Authority, Formality: Political Ideas and Culture, 1600-1900 was written in honor of Davis at the time of his retirement as professor. (en)
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  • J. C. (Colin) Davis is a British historian, whose work often focuses on the Utopian thinkers of the 17th-century. He has been described as a 'historian of political and religious thought and a brilliant and provocative iconoclast. The book Liberty, Authority, Formality: Political Ideas and Culture, 1600-1900 was written in honor of Davis at the time of his retirement as professor. (en)
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