Political Philosophy

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Anthony O'Hear
Cambridge University Press, 2006 - 246 עמודים
This collection of essays from the Royal Institute of Philosophy, first published in 2007, looks at a wide range of topics in political philosophy ranging from issues such as terrorism, egalitarianism and the just war to considerations of the political philosophy of Edmund Burke, of philosophical liberalism and of the current state of utilitarianism in political thought. There are also treatments of the role of innocence and of emotion in political discourse.

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Politics Morality and the Case of Billy
23
Democracy and Openness
39
Rights and Human Rights
57
Prerogative to Depart from Equality
95
Who Can and Who Cant Condemn
113
Against Egalitarianism
137
Opting Converting Drifing
157
The Epistemology of Unjust War
173
High Culture Low Politics
189
Edmund Burke and the AngloAmerican Tradition of Liberty
213
Liberalism and Cognitivism
231
Index of Names
245
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