A Textual Introduction to Social and Political Theory
Manchester University Press, 1996 - 344 Seiten
This text offers a fresh approach to studying social and political theory. It combines specially selected extracts from political classics with essays offering a commentary upon them. The reader is drawn into a dialogue with the Western political tradition's principal thinkers, whose ideas provide a common currency in which to debate the problems facing modern societies.
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Aristotle and Aquinas on community and natural
Machiavelli Milton and Hobbes on liberty
Locke and Aristotle on property
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