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It is one of the most marked characteristics of Greek political theory that Plato and Aristotle think of the statesman as one who has knowledge of what ought to be done, and can help those who call him in to prescribe for them, rather than one who has power to control the forces of society.
It is not only for newcomers to the Social Contract but also for scholars who want to appreciate the nuances of the work as well as its significant place in political theory.
Immanuel Kant and Alexander Hamilton, the founders of Federalism; a political theory for our time.
The Common Good of Constitutional Democracy is the first work in Rhonheimer's oeuvre published in English that squarely addresses central issues in political theory.
Today's men are well taught at a top school then a top university but they've been taught political theory and obfuscation.
Erotic Subjects traces, from Philip Sidney to John Milton, the literary translation of these "desires and fantasies that resist normalizing, rational structures" into "an alternate tradition of political theory that stresses a perverse component of sovereignty" (4).
maintains, in the fact that modern political theory has manifestly failed to articulate a needed synthetic vision for our social living.
POLITICAL THEORY is the rigorous and systematic analysis of the relations between leaders and the people they lead.
In a philosophical sense, however, pessimism and optimism are not psychological states like moods or dispositions, but competing paradigms for understanding the human condition, distinct traditions of thought with practical implications for understanding the problems and aims of political theory.
Although the First Inaugural is not long enough to be considered a complete work of political theory, Jefferson wrote the speech with the idea that future generations would read and study it.
A bit more time spent studying political theory, I think Dafydd: more Lenin and Marx, less Lennon and Macartney.
Interwoven into this story that neatly blends the magical and horrific with the realistic and mundane are compelling themes about free will; about the power of media, political theory and religious doctrine to shape thought; and about the danger and difficulty of trying to take control.