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Political Philosophy

Political Philosophy
Theories, Thinkers, and Concepts

Edited by:
  • Seymour Martin Lipset - George Mason University and Stanford University, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA

Other Titles in:
Political Science (General)

April 2001 | 528 pages | CQ Press
Political Philosophy: Theories, Thinkers, and Concepts is an important reference that provides the essentials needed for understanding how philosophies have shaped political systems, opinions, and behaviors.''Offering a collection of 100 articles and written by eminent scholars, Political Philosophy explains the timeless importance of ancient and modern political philosophers and philosophies that remain vital today.''Political Philosophy: Theories, Thinkers, and Concepts is organized into three sections:''''The first section has more than 40 articles on fundamental political philosophies, including Communism, Egalitarianism, Feminism, Pragmatism, and Rational Choice Theory.''Section Two, with over 20 articles, provides critical biographical information on the essential philosophers like Aristotle, Burke, Hobbes, Machiavelli, Rousseau, and Wollstonecraft.''More than 30 articles conclude the volume's exploration of philosophical concepts and issues. Important topics like bureaucracy, citizenship, justice, leadership, and popular sovereignty are explained.''''

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ISBN: 9781568026886