Philosophy of democratic government / by Yves R. Simon.


Chicago : University of Chicago Press, [1951] .
ISBN 0226757870

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Subjects Demokratie.
Partis politiques.
Political science.
Politische Philosophie.
Series Charles R. Walgreen Foundation lectures.
Description ix, 324 pages ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1951]
Contents I. General Theory of Government -- The Paternal Function of Authority -- Authority as Cause of United Action -- The Volition of the Common Good -- II. Democratic Freedom -- Universal Suffrage -- The Rule of the Majority -- The Party System -- The Instruments of Government -- The Democratic Transformation of the State -- III. Soverignty in Democracy -- The Coach-Driver Theory -- Divine Right -- The Transmission Theory -- Sovereignty in Democracy -- IV. Democratic Equality -- Equality as Unity of Nature -- Natural Inequality and Structual Inequality -- Equality of Opportunity -- Equality versus Exploration -- V. Democracy and Technology -- On Technological Society -- The Pursuit of Happiness and the Lust for Power -- The Training of Free Men -- Community Life Versus Individualistic Loneliness.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)341511
(OCoLC)ocm00341511
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WorldCat Identities Simon, Yves René Marie, 1903-1961.
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