Essays in the public philosophy / by Walter Lippmann.


[1st ed.].. Boston : Little, Brown and Company, [1955] .

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Other Title Public philosophy
Subjects Democracy.
Démocratie.
Political science.
Politisches Denken.
Política.
Science politique.
Description 189 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1955]
©1955
Contents Book 1. The decline of the West. I. The obscure revolution : My reason for writing this book ; 1917: the revolutionary year ; Internal revolution in the democracies ; The paralysis of government -- II. The malady of democratic states : Public opinion in war and peace ; The compulsion to make mistakes ; The pattern of the mistakes ; Democratic politicians -- III. The derangement of powers : The governors and the governed ; The people and the voters ; The recently enfranchised voters -- IV. The public interest : What is the public interest? ; The equations of reality -- V. The two functions : The elected executive ; The protection of the executive ; The voters and the executive ; The enfeebled executive -- VI. The totalitarian counterrevolution : Certain of its lessons ; A prognosis -- VII. The adversaries of liberal democracy : Liberalism and Jacobinism ; The paradigm of revolution ; Democratic education ; From Jacobinism to Leninism ; The overpassing of the bound -- Book 2. The public philosophy. VIII. The eclipse of the public philosophy : On the efficacy of ideas ; The great vacuum ; The neglect of the public philosophy ; The universal laws of the rational order ; The rupture in modern times -- IX. The renewal of the public philosophy : The capacity to believe ; For example: The theory of property ; For example: Freedom of speech ; The limits of dissent ; The mirror of history ; Man's second nature -- X. The two realms : The confusion of the realms ; The good in this world ; The law and the prophets ; The realm of the spirit ; The balance of powers ; The mechanics of the balance -- XI. The defense of civility : The thesis restated ; The communication of the public philosophy ; Constitutionalism made concrete ; The language of accommodation ; The limits of accommodation ; The death of God ; The mandate of heaven.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)493995
(OCoLC)ocm00493995
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WorldCat Identities Lippmann, Walter, 1889-1974.
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