Morality and Politics: Volume 21, Part 1
Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr, Jeffrey Paul
Cambridge University Press, 09.02.2004 - 354 Seiten
Divisions abound about whether politics should be held to a higher moral standard or whether pragmatic considerations or realpolitik should prevail. The two poles are represented most conspicuously by Aristotle, for whom the proper aim of politics is moral virtue, and Machiavelli, whose prince in contrast exalted political pragmatism over morality. The fourteen contributors to this volume are predominantly arrayed on the Aristotelian end of the continuum, although several moral skeptics and pragmatists do enter the fray. These essays address perennial concerns in political and moral theory and underscore the rekindled yearning of many to hold the political realm to a higher standard despite the skepticism of dissenters who question the likelihood or even the desirability of success.
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Unauthorized Humanitarian Intervention
The Problem of Deliberative Democracy
Dual Citizenship and American Democracy Patriotism National Attachment and National Identity
An Exploration in Politics and Morality
Reflections on Espionage
Lying in Politics
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