A History of Political Thought: From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance
June 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Medieval Political Ideas and Medieval Society.
2. St Thomas Aquinas.
3. John of Paris.
4. Marsilius of Padua.
5. William of Ockham.
6. The Italien Renaissance and Machiavelli's Political Theory.
"Professor Coleman demonstrates an admirable grasp of the detail and subtlety of the philosophical arguments, and their relation to social and historial circumstances, including trends in wider spheres of thought [...] I found the chapter on Plato particularly illuminating and students will find much of ambiguity in The Republic clarified by Coleman's discussion.[...] Students of specialist courses in Greek, Stoic and early Christian political thought will gain much from this scholarly and erudite book by an acknowledged expert in the field"
David Boucher, Cardiff University English Historical Review Vol 117, June 2002