Spis treści: Political Thinkers: From Socrates to the Present


NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, s. XVII
GUIDED TOUR OF THE TEXTBOOK FEATURES, s. XXi
Introduction    David Boucher and Paul Kelly

PART 1 The Classical World

Editors' Introduction, s. 25

2 The Sophists / Peter Nicholson, s. 29
3 Socrates / Frederick Rosen, s. 47
4 Plato / C. D. C. Reeve, s. 62
5 Aristotle / Tony Burns, s. 81
6 Cicero / CaryJ. Nederman, s. 100

PART 2 Church and State

Editors' Introduction, s. 115

7 St Augustine / Jean Bethke Elshtain, s. 118
8 Aquinas / Joseph Canning, s. 132
9 Marsiglio of Padua / CaryJ. Nederman, s. 148
10 Machiavelli / Joseph V. Femia, s. 163

PART 3 The Rationalist Enlightenment and its Critics

Editors' Introduction, s. 185

11 Hobbes / Deborah Baumgold, s. 189
12 John Locke / Jeremy Waldron, s. 207
13 Hume / Paul Kelly, s. 225
14 Montesquieu / YoshieKawade, s. 245
15 Rousseau / David Boucher, s. 263
16 Burke / David Boucher, s. 282

PART 4 Political Radicalism

Editors' Introduction, s. 303

17 The Federalist / Terence Ball, s. 307
18 Wollstonecraft / Carole Pateman, s. 325
19 Bentham / Paul Kelly, s. 344
20 Tocqueville / Cheryl Welch, s. 362
21 J. S. Mill on Liberty / Paul Kelly, s. 381
22 J. S. Mill on the Subjection of Women / Jennifer Ring, s. 400

PART 5 The Revolution in Political Ideas

Editors' Introduction, s. 419

23 Kant / Katrin A. Flikschuh, s. 422
24 Hegel / Alan Patten, s. 437
25 The Early Marx / Lawrence Wilde, s. 459
26 Marx and Engels / Paul Thomas, s. 474
27 Nietzsche / Nathan Widder, s. 491

PART 6 The Twentieth Century: Four Approaches

Editors' Introduction, s. 511

28 Oakeshott   David Boucher, s. 515
29 Habermas   Kenneth Baynes, s. 537
30 Rawls   Rex Martin, s. 554
31 Foucault   PaulPatton, s. 575

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