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Index




Note
The index is comprehensive but not exhaustive. We have not indexed footnotes, passing
references or passages which allude to, or foreshadow, extensive argument elsewhere. Titled
persons appear under the style in which they are referred to in the text and (m) indicates a
modern author.

Abjuration Oath, see allegiance, oath of Aristotle, 16, 97, 117, 172, 174, 178;
absolutism, see sovereignty theory De Anima, 125, 132; Poetics, 111“12,
Accursius, 28 116; Rhetoric, 16, 212
active/contemplative life, 17, 18, 74“76, Armitage, David (m), 339
117“18, 123 Arnisaeus, Henning, 156, 311
actor, see player, office of Ascham, Anthony, 192, 265, 292, 304“8,
adiaphora, 39, 241, 303 328, 339
allegiance, oath of (1606), 270“6, 281“5, Association, Bonds of (Elizabethan), 61,
295; oath of allegiance and supremacy 151, 152, 242“3; (of 1681), 152, 243“4;
(1689), 294, 331“3; Oath of Abjuration (of 1696), 244; see also oaths,
(1702), 237, 249, 333; see also oaths associative
Allegiance controversy (1688“90), 320“42; Aubrey, John, 22, 71, 118
Friendly Debate (Anon.), 334“7; see Augustine, of Hippo, St, 24, 151,
also Locke, John; oaths; spiritual/ 181, 198, 304, 307
temporal authority Austin, John (m), 285
Allen, Cardinal William, 155, 190, 276 Azpilcueta, Martin, 286
Althusius, Johannes, 192
Americas, 154“5, 197, 264, 389 Bacon, Sir Francis, 70, 83, 119“20;
Ames, William, 73, 156, 176 Advancement of Learning, 75“76, 87,
Ammirato, Scipione, 223“5 113, 117“118, 151; Essays, 164
Anderton, W., 323 Bacon, Nathaniel, 158
Andrewes, Bishop Lancelot, 282 Baker, Sir Richard, 110“11
Antichrist, 151, 190, 202, 283“4 Bakhtin, Mikhail (m), 49, 52
Apology (1604), 101, 169, 170 Baldus de Ubaldus, 28, 101, 102
Aquinas, St Thomas, 117, 130, 178 Baldwin, William, 20
arbitrary rule, see prerogative baptism, see ceremonies of office
Arbuthnot, Dr John, 150, 206“8, 226“7 Barbon, Nicholas, 63
Archer, Ian (m), 58, 62 Barclay, William, 189, 199
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, ninth Earl of, Baxter, Richard, 65, 152, 182, 199, 249
242, 255 Beacon, Richard, 74, 176, 225
aristocrat, office of, 28, 56, 65“71, 170; as Bellarmine, Cardinal Robert, 272, 274“5,
courtier, 86, 106“9; revenge and 276, 281, 282“3, 313
duelling, 68, 120; virtues of, 47, 67“69, Bentham, Jeremy, 184
120, 194“5; see also counsel, office of Bergeron, David (m), 47



391
392 Index
Berkeley, Bishop George, 154, 204 Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle, 36,
Berlin, Isaiah (m), 91 55, 61, 64“65, 66, 67, 161, 223“4, 344
Bethel, Slingsby, 248 ceremonies of office, 25, 36, 53, affirmative/
Beza, Theodore, 192 transformative, 40, 43“46, 47“48; rites
Bilson, Thomas, 190, 198“9 of passage (birth, marriage, death),
Blackwell, George, 271, 275 39“43, 215, 216, 256; witnesses to,
Bodin, Jean, 278, 310 43“44; see also coronations
Bohun, Edward de, 54, 74, 86 Chambers, Ephraim, 88
Bolingbroke, Henry St John, Viscount, 154 Champion, Justin (m), 159
Boniface VIII, Pope, 273 Charles I, 102“4, 132“3, 158, 166“71, 202“3,
Book(e) of Oath(e)s, 40, 233, 238, 243, 258, 258, 260“3, Eikon Basilike, 160, 166
260, 261 Charles II, 43“44, 108, 162, 171, 211, 223,
Boswell, James, 23 241, 243, 258, 291
Bourdieu, Pierre (m), 4 Charleton, Walter, 80, 82, 87, 213
Boyle, Sir Robert, 117, 119, 120“1, 173, Charron, Pierre, 128“9
235, 251 childbirth, see ceremonies of office
Bracton, Henry de, 167, 191 Chiver, Robert, 76
Braddick, Michael (m), 213“14, 218 Christ, see God
Bradley, F. H. (m), 24 Christendom, 162“3, 190, 273“4, 282,
Brathwaite, Richard, 65 283“4; conciliarism in, 283
Brown, Meg Lota (m), 182 church and state relations, see spiritual/
Browne, Sir Thomas, 9, 85, 101, 129, 132, temporal authority
144, 181, 224, 248 Church of England, 189, 206“8, 241“2, 269,
Buchanan, George, 202, 205, 265, 276 276, 281“5, 316“18, 319
Burckardt, Jacob, 122, 146, 220 Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 15“20, 74, 82, 106,
bureaucrat, office of, 347 114, 128, 151, 180
Burgess, Glenn (m), 278, 310 circles, symbolism of, 41“42, 44“45
Burghley, William Cecil, Lord, 225 citizen, office of, 17, 63“65, 104, 155
Burnet, Bishop Gilbert, 96, 156, 175, 177, Civil Wars, 35, 67, 92, 102, 150, 166“71,
196, 237, 241, 314“15, 316, 317, 322“3 187“8, 195, 202“3
Burton, Robert, 87 Clapmarius, Arnoldus, 223, 224“5
Butler, Samuel, 62, 67, 74, 83, 107“8, 108“9, Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 76
110, 118, 244 Clubmen, 150, 243
coffee-houses, 77“78
Calvin, John, 191 Coke, Sir Edward, 63, 240
Caputo, John (m), 34, 94 Collier, Jeremy, 89
Cardano, Girolamo, 140 Collingwood, R. G. (m), 4
Carneades, 16, 17, 29, 85, 117, 179 Collinson, Patrick (m), 60
carnivals, see office, inversion of Colyngbourne, William (˜The Cat,
Caryl, Joseph, 296, 298 the Rat¦™), 112“13
Case, Stephen, 197, 199 Coltman, Irene (m), 306
Castiglione, Baldesar, 69, 106“7 Comber, Thomas, 70, 251
casuistry, 28, 172“85, 186“90, 206“8, 220, Commonwealth, see republic, English
222, 278, 306, 346“7, 348; Condren, Charles de, 289
exceptional/extensive, 176“8; modal, conscience, 130“4, 172, 307; as duty of
30, 178“85, 191, 224“7, 273, 289; office, 132“3, 279; as judge, 131“2;
presumptive, 31, 178“85, 190“1, 302; mind as synonym for, 131; see also soul
see also ethics of office consent/contract, 52, 146, 206, 242, 264“7,
Catholicism/anti-Catholicism, 50, 112, 152, 304“5, 309, 324“6, 328“31, 333“4;
174, 189, 192, 243“4, see also coronation oath
269“72, 275“6, 281“4, 315“17; constable, parish office of, 56“57, 59,
˜popery™, 38, 41, 42, 271, 274, 275, 318, 62, 245
322“3; see also Jesuits Constant, Benjamin, 93
Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Convention parliament of 1689, 319“20,
Newcastle, 67, 223 328“31; debates in, 329“31
Index 393
Cornwallis, Sir William, 99“100 Donne, John, 8, 129, 275; Biathanatos, 172,
coronations, 43, 52, 255“6, 315; coronation 173, 174, 179, 182; ˜The Sunne Rising™,
oath, 254“67, 315, as contract, 255, 8, 182“3
257, 326; and laws of Edward the dress/costume, symbolism of, 23, 107“8,
Confessor, 102, 255, 257, 259, 263; and 108“9, 110
laws of God, 259, 260; and oath text of Dryden, John, 108
Edwards II and III, 260, 263 Dury, John, 299“300
Cotta, John, 5, 6, 98, 127, 129 Dutch republic, see republic, Dutch
counsel, office of, 27, 123, 149,
149, 162“71, 183“4, 191, 199, 213, 262, Eachard, John, 111
316; evil counsel, 163, 166“71, 188; and Earle, John, 110
Privy Council, 164, 167; see also economy, 211
aristocrat Edward I, 256
courtier, office of, see aristocrat, office of Edward II, 260, 297
Cousins, A. D. (m), 128 Edward III, 257“8
Coverdale, Miles, 239, 240 Edward IV, 64
Cranmer, Archbishop Thomas, 255 Edward VI, 262
Craven, W. (m), 122 Edward the Confessor, laws of, see
Cressy, David (m), 39, 41 coronations
Croce, Benedetto (m), 219 Eliot, Sir John, 156
Cromwell, Oliver, 161, 177, 203, Elizabeth I, 50, 64, 151, 155, 158, 190,
258, 300; see also Protector, office of 242“3, 269, 271, 276; progresses of,
Crosse, Henry, 20 45“46
cuckoldom, rights of, 206“8, 345 Ellesmere, Thomas Egerton, Lord,
Curtis, Catherine (m), 123 135, 206
Cusacke, John, 76 Elyot, Sir Thomas, 65
Engagement, 1, 324, 330; Engagement
Dalton, Michael, 73 controversy, 290, 331
Daniel, Gabriel, 179 entia moralia, see identity
Daniel, Samuel, 89, 111, 119 Epictetus, 128
Dante Alighieri, 163, 236, 273 Epicurus, 125
Darlington, Robert, 176 equivocation/lying, see Jesuits
David, king of Israel, 108, 112, 187, Essex, Robert Devereux, second Earl of,
198, 266 66, 71
de facto theory, 295“8, 327“8; see also Essex, Robert Devereux, third Earl of, 193
Engagement controversy ethics, 6, 12, 28; consequentialist,
death, see ceremonies of office; soul, 184“5, 343, 346; deontological,
office of 16, 85“86, 184, 185, 346; of office,
Decker, Thomas, 46, 47 17“18, 23“24, 26, 30“31, 85“104,
Declarations: (1649), 300; (1689), 331 216“25, 250, 280, 286, 346“7; prudence
defence of office, see casuistry in, 173, 181, 179, 221, 224; and virtue
definition, nominal, 26“28, 198, 256“7; ethics, 347; see also casuistry
real, 26 Evan, Enock ap, 42“43
Defoe, Daniel, 98, 191, 326 Evelyn, John, 215“16
democracy, 60, 67, 193; see also extension of executions, see ceremonies of office
office extension of office, 18“19, 345; horizontal,
Derrida, Jacques (m), 287 296“7, 302, 304, 310; vertical 26,
´
Descartes, Rene, 141, 144 155“6, 157, 163, 244; lesser magistracy
Devonshire, William Cavendish, third Earl as, 191“3; see also military office;
of, 204, 205 rule, office of
Digby, Sir Kenelm, 275
Dingley, Robert, 9, 10 Ferne, Henry, 187, 202
dissolution, 196“7, 205“6, 330, 334; see also Ficino, Marsilio, 114
rebellion; Revolution, ˜Glorious™ Field, Richard, 283
Dominis, Antonio de, 271, 283 Finch, Heneage, 133
domino effect, 197, 234 Fisher, Samuel, 131, 251
394 Index
FitzHerbert, Thomas, 176 Haakonssen, Knud (m), 23, 134
¨
FitzJames, Sir John, 68 Habermas, Jurgen (m), 22,
flattery, see counsel 34, 77
Forbes, Duncan (m), 186 Hakluyt, Richard, 155
Fortescue, Sir John, 259 Hale, Sir Matthew, 21, 22, 68, 129, 261
Foscarini, Antonio, Venetian Halifax, George Savile, Marquess of,
ambassador, 281 108, 153
Foucault, Michel (m), 139 Hall, John, 96
Foxe, John, 155, 282 Hammond, Henry, 297
France, 254“5 Harcourt, Sir Simon, 175
freedom, see liberty Harington, Sir John, 19
Friendly Debate, see Allegiance Harrington, James, 74, 133, 159
controversy Harvey, Christopher, 188
Fullwood, Francis, 331 Harvey, William, 118
Hawke, Michael, 203
Galileo Galilei, 111 Haworth, Samuel, 127
Gallicans of the Sorbonne, 272 Henry II, 256
Garnet, Henry, 269, 285, 286 Henry IV, 256
Gawen, Katharine, 269 Henry VIII, 164, 241, 258, 318
Gaynsford, Elizabeth (midwife), 40 Herbert, Rev. George, 86, 129, 139
Gee, Edward, 217, 294, 300, 308 Herle, Charles, 202
gift-giving, see aristocrat Herod, king of Judea, 245
Gilby, Anthony, 192 Hesiod, 21
Gillespie, George, 41 Heylyn, Peter, 72, 188, 192, 311
God, 76; and appeal to Heaven, 195“6, Heywood, Thomas, 20, 22, 46
279, 318; concept of, 101, 98“99, 114, Hickeringill, Edmund, 42, 246
126“7, 200, 280; as counsellor, 163; Hickeringill, Philip, 318
fear of, 9, 307; and Heaven, 161“2; Hickes, George, 154, 324, 333“4
love of, 151; office as duty to, 89, Hindle, Steve (m), 56
190, 191, 266, 296“8, 328; office of, historiography, see intellectual history
10, 19, 101, 115, 117, 127“8, 129“30, Hitchcock, John, 180
212, 279“80; and Christ, office of, Hoadley, Benjamin, 196
100, 130“4, 181, 275; and revenge, Hobbes, Thomas, 88, 97, 99, 121, 140, 196,
194; as source of all authority, 18, 83, 294; contract theory of, 266“7;
196, 274, 276, 277, 301“3, 324; and reputation and persona of, 118“19, 145,
truth-telling, 285, 289; see also 324; Works: Answer to ¦ Gondibert,
presuppositions; soul, office of 96, 119; De cive, 65, 98, 134, 205, 341;
Goffman, Erving (m), 6, 137 Elements, 68, 98, 134; Letters, 70, 127;
Goldie, Mark (m), 58, 59, 60, 317, 333 Leviathan, 49, 66, 72, 76, 84, 93, 130,
Goodman, Christopher, 190, 198 165, 205; and Engagement, 304,
Goodwin, John, 192, 204 308“13, natural condition, 146, 288,
Goslicius (Laurentius Grimalius), 59, 76, priests in, 95, 212, 312“13, 322,
89, 164, 165, 180 sovereign in, 84, 205
Gosson, Stephen, 106, 108, 110, 111 honestas/utilitas, 26, 88, 124, 184“5, 200,
Gouge, William, 61, 74“75 295, 301“3, 312, 344; see also rhetoric
Grand Case for Conscience, The (Anon.), Hooker, Richard, 282, 282“3
¨
302“3 Hopfl, Harro (m), 222
Greenberg, Janelle (m), 263 house of office, 22
Greenblatt, Stephen (m), 136, 139 Hugh of St Victor, 217
Greville, Fulke, 85 Hume, David, 57, 92, 142, 197
Griffith, Matthew, 45 Humfrey, John, 59, 199, 237, 241
Grimalde, Nicholas, 20, 74, 215 humours, theory of, 87“88, 211
Grotius, Hugo, 33, 134“5, 195, 308 Hungerford, 44, 58
Guicciardini, Francesco, 222 Hunter, Michael (m), 173
Gunpowder Plot, 156, 191, 269“70, Hunton, Philip, 188, 189, 196“7, 201, 236,
278, 285 279, 280
Index 395
husbandry, office of, 21, 76, 215“16 king™s two bodies, 80, 100“4, 168; see also
Hutchinson, Colonel John, 73 rule, office of
Knox, John, 198
identity, corporeal/nominal, 100“2, 128“9, Koselleck, Reinhart (m), 5, 6
138, 140“2, 201, 279; and autonomy,
105, 140, 142“4, 144“5; and role-play, Latimer, Bishop Hugh, 64, 81, 244,
6“7, 26, 38, 111, 136“8, 227; and self, 274, 299
18, 23“24, 69, 120“1, Laud, Archbishop William, 261, 322
122“4, 220; and ˜self-fashioning™, 33, law, 30, 280, 279; divine, 134“5; natural,
137“40, 222; see also soul 16, 23; and casuistry, 175, 177; and
ideology, 149, 157“8, 185, 228“9, 277, ethics of office, 89, 346; and rule, 309,
278“9, 281, 345, 348“9 335; and priesthood, 274, 307“8; and
Ihalainen, Pasi (m), 153, 154 rights, 33“34, 173, 176“7, 225
individual, see identity Lawes and Ordinances of Warre (1639), 250
intellectual history, 1, 3, 5, 7, 159; and Lawson, George, 97, 99, 103, 130, 157, 187,
conceptualisation, 2, 4“5 188, 196, 224, 261, 264, 335
interest theory, 344 see also identity lawyer, office of, 23, 30, 118, 172, 178, 179,
Ireton, Henry, 262 299, 346
Lee, Sir Henry, 46
James II, 10, 152, 208, 252, 258“9, 260, legislation, see sovereignty
314, 319, 325“6, 333“4 Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 23, 141
James VI&I, 157, 169, 191, 258, 269“72, Lessius, Leonhard, 70
275“6, 305, 313, 332; and conscience, L™Estrange, Roger, 90, 98, 152“3
132; Basilicon Doron, 66, 100“1; Letter from a Person of Quality, 246“7
Daemonologie, 98; Discourse ¦ of the Levellers, 84, 152, 158
Powder Treason, 156; Praemonition, Lewis of Bavaria, 102
189, 284“5; Speeches, 216, 280“1; Trew Lewis, C. S. (m), 29
Law of Free Monarchy, 151“2, 186, 266, liberalism, 33“34, 90, 94, 228
276“7, 279“281, 311, 341; see also liberty, of office, 59, 73, 77, 80,
prerogative; sovereignty theory 89“94, 113, 164“5, 279“80, 305; and
Jeakes, Samuel, 214 licence, 92“94, 167; positive/negative,
jesters, 51, 164; see also office, inversion of 90“91, 227; and slavery, 93, 99; as
Jesuits, 105, 172, 174, 175, 251“2, 270, service to God, 129
344; English, 189, 248, 271, 283, 285“ Lilbourne, John, 293
NaN; and equivocation/lying, 181, Locke, John, 349; Essay, 121“2, 134, 141“2;
248“50, 253, 270“1, 285“9, 292, 293, Two Treatises, 57, 83, 157,
299, 332“3; and poetry, 112; and 205“6, 280, 304, and Allegiance
probabilism, 174; controversy, 337“42
see also Catholicism; oaths London, 63“65, 78, 150, 314, 315,
John of Salisbury 101, 199“200, 322 318, 319; offices in, 20, 46“47,
John XXII, Pope, 102 50, 56, 58, 59, 192, 238;
John, king of England, 256 pageantry of, 20, 45, 46“47
Johnson, Richard (m), 135 Longinus, 114
Johnson, Dr Samuel, 154“5 Louis VI of France, 151, 158
Jolliffe, J. E. A. (m), 60 Louis XIV of France, 316
Jones, David Martin (m), 260 Lovejoy, A. O. (m), 5
Jones, Inigo, 209“10 Lucian, 17, 118, 123
Jonson, Ben, 113“14, 116 Lucifer, see Satan
justice, 15, 42“43 Lucretius, 125

Kant, Immanuel, 18, 22, 24, 28, 33, 143, 184 McCallum, Gerald (m), 90
`
Kantorowicz, Ernst (m), 1, 100 Machiavelli, Niccolo, 86, 124, 151, 164,
Kelly, M. R. L. L. (m), 261“2 166; Prince, 176, 177, 218,
Kennett, White, 233, 248 219“22, 224
King™s Answer to the Nineteen Propositions, McKeon, Michael (m), 214
see Nineteen Propositions Mandeville, Bernard de, 23, 88, 140
396 Index
Marian question, see rebellion Mun, Thomas, 61“62, 72
marital office, 206“8, 215, 216, 217, 302“3; Musculus, Wolfgang, 200
and flitching, 48; see also ceremonies of
office Nashe, Thomas, 9
Marlowe, Christopher, 88, 143; nationalism, see patriot, office of
Dr Faustus, 145 natural condition/state of war, see consent;
Marshall, William, 274 Hobbes, Thomas
Marsilio, Giovanni, 275 Nedham, Marchamont, 299, 308, 310
Marsilius of Padua, 127, 273“4 Nelson, Eric (m), 123
Marvell, Andrew, 38, 171, 294 Neville, Henry, 219, 344
Mary I, 151, 198 Newton, Sir Isaac, 119,
Mason, Henry, 86, 131, 288 Nineteen Propositions, 168“71
masques, 48, 49, 108; see also ceremonies non-jurors, 323“4, 326, 327“8
of office Norbrook, David (m), 96
mathematics, 111“12, 120 North, Justice Francis, 224
May, Tom (Lucan™s Pharsalia), 96 Northampton, Henry Howard, Earl of,
mayor, see London 69, 70
Medici, Lorenzo de™, 165 Noy, William, 89
Medina, Bartolomeo, 174
Melanchthon, Philipp, 126, 194 oaths, 9, 12, 233“53, 301“2, 303, 306,
Mendle, M. (m), 170, 173 309“10; abuse of, 240, 244“6, 247;
Merbury, Charles, 158 breaking, 265; and God, 235“7, 271;
merchant, office of, 61“62, 82 and hostility to swearing, 250“2; and
Meriton, George, 66, 71 perjury, 248; and subscription, 247,
metaphor, 2, 31“32, 37, 52, 110, 209“18; 293, 294“5; as symbolic, 270; synonyms
autochthonous and analytic, 210“11 for, 233“4; typology: of allegiance,
Meyer, Thomas (m), 63 263“4, 318; assertory/promissory,
Middleton, Thomas, 47 233“4, 237, 247, 255“6, 270, 285, 291;
midwife, office of, 40“41, 61 associative, 242“4; circumstantial,
military office, 88, 144, 184, 220“2; as lesser 241“2; diurnal, 239“40; of explication,
magistracy, 192“3, 203; see also 239; of passage, 25,
extension of office 238“9, 252, 255, 256, 263“4;
Milton, John, 74, 87, 93, 98, 159, 168; proclamatory/transformative, 238“9,
Eikonoklastes, 161, 160; Paradise Lost, 255“6, 258; state, 237, 241, 242, 256; see
115, 161“2, 202“3 also Allegiance controversy; casuistry;
mob, see London consent; coronations; Engagement
models/explanatory modelling, 2“3, 10, 54, controversy; Jesuits; vocabulary
77, 213“16, 228“9, 281, 349“50; see also of office
ideology oath-text (Edward II), see coronations
Monod, Paul (m), 333 obedience, 188, 189, 190“1, 199, 204“5,
Montaigne, Michel de, 29, 128“9 206“8, 259, 316“17
moral discourse, see ethics office, 1“2, 25, 29, 343“5; abuse of, 6, 10, 17,
More, Richard, the Younger, 161, 48, 57, 74, 99“100, 162, 223, see also
214, 218 tyranny; defence of, 194, see also self-
More, Sir Thomas, 63, 128, 335; Utopia, 65, defence; institutionalised, 54, 56“62,
123“4, 163“4 150, 213“14; intellectual, 122, 145;
Morice, James, 240 inversion of, 37, 49“51; neglect or
Morrill, John (m), 202 alienation of, 198“9; rationale and limit
Morton, Thomas, 272, 288 of, 26“27, 28“29, 83, 176, 263“4, 297“8;
motivation, 32, 87, 187; see also humours, see also ceremonies of; ethics of;
theory of extension of; liberty of; presuppositions
Mous, Katherine Eisaman (m), 138 of; vocabulary of; see also specific
Muggletonians, 141 offices under name of office
Muir, Edwin (m), 38 originality, 143“4
Mulcaster, Richard, 72, 111 Otway, Thomas, 245
Muldrew, Craig (m), 62 Overbury, Sir Thomas, 107
Index 397
Overton, Richard, 103 Pocock, J. G. A. (m), 159
Owen, David, 63, 189, 191 poet, office of, 110, 111“16; decorum
of 115“16
Pace, Richard, 114 Pole, Cardinal Reginald, 274
pageants, see London; ceremonies of office political autonomy, 35, 219“27; domain, 37,
Palmer, Roger, Lord Castlemaine, 153, 233 52“53, 95“97, 218, 343; see also ethics;
parental office, 31“32, 41, 61, 75, 210, 216; casuistry
see also ceremonies of office political theory, 3, 10, 22, 34, 146, 216“19,
Parker, Henry, 165, 166, 173, 195, 202, 262 348; lineage of, 349, 350; and
Parker, Samuel, 72 science, 345
parliament, office of, 89, 101, 103, 166“7, Pomponazzi, Pietro, 181
169“71, 195, 202, 260“3; see also Ponet, John, 151, 157, 198, 217, 283
sovereignty; counsel pope, see priest, office of; spiritual/temporal
parody and satire, 26“52, 142, 208, 226, 347; authority
see also cuckoldom Pope, Alexander, 150
Parsons, Robert, 252, 255, 263, 265, 272, Porter, Roy (m), 23, 24, 42, 94, 142, 144
285, 287, 288 Powell, Sumner Chilton (m), 59
party/faction, 153“4, 207, 208 power, 83; see also office, synonyms for
patriot, office of, 28, 149“58, prerogative/arbitrary rule, 89, 160, 173,
193, 244“6 257“8, 261“2, 278“81; see also tyranny
Patterson, W. Brown (m), 270 Prest, Wilf (m), 68
Paul V, Pope, 272, 274, 275 presuppositions, 3“4, 211“14; of God, 9,
Pearl, Valerie (m), 58 211; of office, 2, 3, 6“10, 12, 24“25,
Peel, George, 46 30, 215“18, 329; semiotic, 8“9,
Peltonen, Markku (m), 1, 61, 67“68, 37, 211“12
106, 107 Price, Dr Richard, 157
Pepys, Samuel, 22 priest, office of, 21“22, 37“38, 129, 178“9,
Perkins, William, 81, 129 246, 318, 321; assumption of, 39“40,
persona, 6“7, 89“90, 101“4, 179, 183“4, 237, 241“2, 344“5; scope of, 89, 133, 134,
286, 299, 300“3; Ciceronian typology 226, 272, 280, 286“7, 298“300, 318,
of, 17; natural philosopher, 120“1; and 321“4, 345; and papal and episcopal
private conduct, 73“74, 91; as ruling office, 273“4, 282, 321, 332; as shape
council, 163; as role play, shifter, 105; see also soul
23“24; social and temporal continuity print culture, 155, 334
of, 25“26, 28“29; as subject, 191; probability, see Jesuit
204“5; see also identity; soul; property, 177, 305, 339“40; see also Locke,
for specific personae see under John
name of office Protector, office of, 258, 260; see also
Petrarch, 111, 116 Cromwell, Oliver
Pettie, George, 113 Protestation, The, 156, 235, 293
Pettit, Philip (m), 91 providence, 298, 321; see also God and
Philodemius (pseud.), 192 appeal to Heaven
philosophy/philosopher, office of, 3, Prynne, William, 41, 110, 167, 236, 237,
16“17, 17“18, 75“76, 116“24; natural 260“2, 298
philosophy, 119“21; as relationship to public/private, 26, 34, 71“77, 123,
God, 128“9, 131; see also active/ 132“3, 201, 203“4, 225“6, 227“8;
contemplative life and oaths, 246
physician, office of, 23, 131, 346 public sphere, 34, 54, 77“79, 91, 94, 227
Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni, 122“3, 211 Pufendorf, Samuel, 8, 23, 27“28,
Plato, 3, 66, 113, 114, 116; Republic, 173, 225
15“20, 27, 120, imagery in, 19“20, 31, Puttenham, George, 115, 116
66, 132, philosopher in, 17“18, 114; and Pym, John, 164“5, 178
Gyges, 199, 201; and Socrates, 15, 22, Pythagoras, 19
118; Timaeus, 125, 140
player, office of, 86, 109“11, 181 Quakers, 109, 251“2
Plume, Thomas (Plume Library), 56 Quintilian, 16, 109, 124
398 Index
Racken, Phyllis (m), 139 Sacred Vow and Covenant, The (1643), 249
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 88, 158, 165“6, 180 Sadler, Sir Ralph, 73, 151, 164
reason of state, see state Sanderson, Robert, 76, 81, 234, 235, 244,
rebellion/resistance, 9, 31, 150, 167, 290, 292“3, 309, 334
187“208, 333“4; see also self-defence; Sarpi, Paolo, 283, 284
office, defence of; tyranny Satan, 98, 101, 110, 115; as evil counsellor,
redescription, 95“100, 154“5, 155“6, 170“1, 163; in Paradise Lost,
187, 191, 256, 320, 327“31, 344; and 161“2; as rebel, 87, 187, 202“3; as
amphibologia 285“6; antonymity in, 96; tyrant, 9, 10, 200
decorum of, 97; metaphor/allegory in, Scheibler, Christoph, 127
96; moral/ethical, 198, 201; radical, Schmitt, Carl (m), 278
97“98; as repredication, 95, 150; Schmitt, Charles (m), 119
softening of, Scott, Jonathan (m), 159
95, 96; see also equivocation; Scroggs, Lord Chief Justice, 82
vocabulary of office secularisation, 307“8, 350
Reeves, Dr William, 181 Selden, John, 28, 36, 85, 248, 252, 344“5
Reformation, 37“38, 39, 114“16, 151, 247, self, see identity
345; and citizenship, 155; self-defence, 89, 177, 194, 204, 205“6, 302;
ecumenicalism in, 58“59 see also office, defence of
representation, 83“84, 330, 331 Settle, Elkanah, 50
republic/republicanism, 35, 54, 60“61, 91; Sexby, Edward, 203
Dutch, 318; English, 35, 152, Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, first
162, 259, 260, 290“1, 310; see also Earl of, 108, 152, 171, 317
Engagement controversy Shakespeare, William, works cited: Hamlet,
resistance theory, 187, 188; see 107, 109“10, 142, 245; Henriad (Henry
also rebellion IV and V ), 92, 136“8, 175,
Revolution, French, 35, 135, 157 183“4; Julius Caesar, 9, 10; Love™s
Revolution, ˜Glorious™ (1688/9), 191, Labour™s Lost, 245; Macbeth, 253;
207, 333 Measure for Measure, 199; Merchant of
rhetoric, 16“17, 72, 109, 113, 114“20, 124, Venice, 245; Othello, 144“5, 181, 208;
209; as protean, 97, 98, 145; and Richard II, 82, 137; Tempest, 102;
skiagraphia, 254“5, 286; see also Troilus and Cressida, 55; Twelfth Night,
honestas/utilitas; poet, office of 80, 233, Wars of the Roses (Henry VI
Richard II, 256 and Richard III), 144
Richard III, 99, 112, 256, 262 Shapin, Steven (m), 120
rights, 23, 33“34, 89, 135; see also law Sharp, Bishop John, 84, 93, 133, 134, 244,
rites of passage, see ceremonies of office 245, 322, 324
rituals, see ceremonies of office Sharpe, Kevin (m), 215
Rocket, John, 83, 296, 300 Sheldon, Richard, 272, 275, 299
Rohan, Henri, duc du, 344 shepherd, office of, and wolf, 15, 18, 19“20,
Rome (Ancient), 64, 192, 282, 303 22, 46, 47, 279; see also tyranny
Rous, Francis, 293, 300“3, 313 Shepherd™s Calendar, The (Anon.), 21
Royal Society, 97, 119“20, 251 sheriff, office of, 59; see also London
rule, office of, 18, 27, 32, 52“53, 89“90, Sherlock, William, 197, 317,
101“2, 179, 180, 182“3, 191, 275“6, 279, 317“28
295“8; abuse of, 192; and coronation, Sidney, Algernon, 74, 90, 159, 263, 264
256“9; and counsel, 165“71; purpose Sidney, Sir Philip, 111, 113“14, 115“16, 116
of, 266“7; see also counsel; king™s two Skinner, Quentin (m), 91, 288, 310
bodies; sovereignty; monarchs under slavery, see liberty
individual names Smith, Adam, 157
Rutherford, Samuel, 132“3, 175, 201, Smith, David (m), 168
216, 265 Smith, Henry, 211
Ryle, Gilbert (m), 139 Smith, Sir Thomas, 163
soldier, see military office
Sacheverell, Dr Henry, 153, 175, 196, Solemn League and Covenant, 235, 243,
206, 207 292“3, 299, 300, 302, 303
Index 399
soul, office of, 19, 38, 42, 81, 86, 127“35, 160, 199; obedience owed to, 190“1,
146; equivocation and, 286; as 196, 198; as redundant classifier, 205,
everyman in office 193; as general 312; and tyrannicide, 199“205, 276,
principle of life, 125“30, 140“2; and 325“6; see also office, abuse of; rule,
persona, 134, 140“2; secularisation of, office of; rebellion
34, 135, 138“9, 211, 306; study of
(psychologia), 126; see also conscience; Ullmann, Walter (m), 277
identity Underdown, David (m), 49
Southwell, Robert, 112, 285 universities, 46, 109, 111“12, 210, 252
sovereignty theory, 167, 168“71, 188, 217,
261“3, 267, 275“81, 310; see also rule, Van Gennep, Arnold (m), 39“40
office of Vane, Sir Harry, the Younger, 130
spiritual/temporal authority, 55“59, 183“4, Venice, 158, 262, 271, 274“275, 277,
270“89, 295, 298“300, 307“8, 313, 283, 284
315“18, 321“4, 332“3; and two swords Vermigli, Peter Martyr, 192, 194“5, 196, 198
theory, 273“6, 310, 322 Vico, Gianbatista, 210“11
spiritual realm, 6, 98“99, 127; and Vienne, Philibert de, 107
witchcraft, 5, 51, 98 Virgil, 19
St German, Christopher, 130 Viroli, Maurizio (m) 217, 223
Starkey, John, 214, 218, 219 Vitoria, Francisco, 274
Starkey, Thomas, 20 vocabulary of office, 2, 10, 12, 22, 24“25,
state, concept of, 218, 219“27; formation, 80“104, 161“2, 281, 321“4, 345;
In.1, In.2“3, 54“58, 213“14, 343; reason registers of, 84, 149, 150,
of, 222“7, 307: see also oaths; political 159“63, 167“8; negative, 29, 32,
autonomy 87“88, 92“94, 94“95, 143, 160, 161,
Steel, Richard, 153 187“8, 344; positive, 84“87,
Stillingfleet, Edward, 237 88“92, 143, 160; synonyms for,
Stow, John, 45, 46, 48, 64, 150 25, 80, 83; see also equivocation;
Strafford, William Wentworth, Earl of, 164, redescription
168, 177
Strawson, P. F. (m), 7, 8 Wallace, John (m), 293
Stuart, Richard, 37 Walpole, Sir Robert, 154
Suarez, Francisco de, 174, 201, 272, 281, 283 Warner, Walter, 127
swearing, see oaths Warren, Albertus, 66, 299
Swift, Jonathan, 94 Washbourne, Thomas, 290“1
Weber, Max (m), 24, 213, 346
Tacitus, 107 Wentworth, Peter, 73
Taylor, Jeremy, 70, 131, 174, 188, 201, 249 White, Thomas, 275
Thomas, Keith (m), 44 Willett, Andrew, 90, 108, 164, 166,
Tillotson, Archbishop John, 81, 236 190, 198, 201
Toland, John, 133 William I, 64, 254
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Tonnies, Ferdinand, 57 William III, 259, 260, 314“15, 318“20; and
Tooke, Andrew, 173, 225, 311 Mary II, 326“7
Toulmin, S. and Jonsen, A. R., 180 William of Malmesbury, 63
trade, see merchant Willis, Thomas, 88, 140“1
tradition, 30, 38“39 Willymat, William, 72, 311
Tuck, Richard (m), 308 Wilson, Thomas, 114, 116
Tuve, Rosamund (m), 115 Wing, John, 216
Tuvill, Daniel, 69, 72, 87, 105, 176, Winstanley, Gerard, 61, 82
178, 225“6 Wolsey, Cardinal Thomas, 87
Tyndale, Mathew, 72 Wood, Neal (m), 220“1
tyranny, 31, 87, 112“13, 199“208, 216, Worden, Blair (m), 291
280“281, 305“6, 325“6; of acquisition Wright, Leonard, 181, 190
and exercise, 197“8, 294“8, 301, 302,
317; as affront to God, 190“1; legal, Zagorin, Perez (m), 286, 295

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