By Robert Molesworth
In An Account of Denmark, "Robert Molesworth famously clinically determined the reasons of a disordered commonwealth," writes Champion within the creation. "Unlike the reception of Locke, Molesworth's writings supplied perception into procedures of corruption instead of easily a suite of prescriptive juristic values. within the Account of Denmark, in particular, Molesworth verified how tyranny labored, picking the contaminating ideologies and institutions."Robert Molesworth (1656–1725) used to be an Irish baby-kisser and diplomat.
Justin Champion is Chair of the historical past division at Royal Holloway university, college of London.David Womersley is Thomas Warton Professor of English Literature on the college of Oxford.