Table Annexed to Article: Hamilton and Madison Deploy ‘Constitution’ In Works Dated to 1787/88, 1790/91 and 1817-1836: Semantic Values Surveyed with Quotations2 Our Constitutional Logic 366 (2013)
AbstractIn this first of three articles, the semantic values of ‘constitution’ and ‘constitutional’ are spread through an eleven way grid, beginning with The Federalist Papers, with the focus being on the works of Alexander Hamilton and James Madison. In the second tranche of works, their efforts – now as opponents – in the bank bill debate are examined; in the third, given Hamilton’s death in 1804, only Madison’s words are examined.
- quantum values,
- ‘nature of government’ reasoning
Publication DateFebruary, 2013
Citation InformationPeter J. Aschenbrenner. "Table Annexed to Article: Hamilton and Madison Deploy ‘Constitution’ In Works Dated to 1787/88, 1790/91 and 1817-1836: Semantic Values Surveyed with Quotations" 2 Our Constitutional Logic 366 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/peter_aschenbrenner/136/