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A Companion to contemporary political philosophy / edited by Robert E. Goodin and Philip Pettit.

; Pettit, Philip, 1945-
Oxford, UK ; Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell, 1993.
ISBN 0631179933, 9780631179931

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Other Authors Goodin, Robert E.
Pettit, Philip, 1945-
Subjects Political science -- Philosophy.
Politieke filosofie.
Science politique -- Philosophie.
Series Blackwell companions to philosophy.
Description xiii, 679 pages ; 26 cm.
Copyright Date 1993.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Political philosophy has become an active and central area of research in the past two or three decades. The editors have taken a broad view of the range of issues that are relevant to political philosophy, and the Companion covers the contributions of economics, history, law, political science and sociology as well as philosophy - analytic and continental. In general, political philosophers are not just interested in the routines that govern politics but also in the various systems which politics may be used to shape. They are concerned with all the institutions that help to determine what John Rawls describes as the 'basic structure' of society. To provide a comprehensive guide to current thinking in political philosophy, Robert Goodin and Philip Pettit have divided the book into three parts: Disciplinary Contributions, Major Ideologies and Special Topics. In addition, the Companion's 41 chapters have been contributed by some of today's most distinguished academics, drawn from several different disciplines. The first part of the book consists of a series of extended essays on the contribution that a number of different disciplines have made and are making to current debates. Analyses of political ideologies form the next section, followed by discussions of major concepts ranging from virtue and equality to sociobiology and environmentalism that form the subject matter of philosophical debate.
Contents Analytical philosophy / Philip Pettit -- Continental philosophy / David West -- History / Richard Tuck -- Sociology / Robert Brown -- Economics / Geoffrey Brennan -- Political science / Robert E. Goodin -- Legal studies / Tom D. Campbell -- Anarchism / Richard Sylvan -- Conservatism / Anthony Quinton -- Feminism / Jane J. Mansbridge, Susan Moller Okin -- Liberalism / Alan Ryan -- Marxism / Barry Hindess -- Socialism / Peter Self -- Autonomy / Gerald Dworkin -- Community / Will Kymlicka -- Contract and consent / Jean Hampton -- Constitutionalism and the rule of law / C.L. Ten -- Corporatism and syndicalism / Bob Jessop -- Democracy / Amy Gutmann -- Dirty hands / C.A.J. Coady -- Discourse / Ernesto Laclau -- Distributive justice / Serge-Christophe Kolm -- Efficiency / Russell Hardin -- Environmentalism / John Passmore -- Equality / Richard J. Arneson -- Federalism / William H. Riker -- International affairs / Chris Brown -- Legitimacy / Richard E. Flathman -- Liberty / Chandran Kukathas -- Power / Terence Ball -- Property / Andrew Reeve -- Republicanism / Knud Haakonssen.
Rights / Jeremy Waldron -- Secession and nationalism / Allen Buchanan -- Sociobiology / Allan Gibbard -- The state / Patrick Dunleavy -- Toleration and fundamentalism / Stephen Macedo -- Totalitarianism / Eugene Kamenka -- Trust / John Dunn -- Virtue / Michael Slote -- Welfare / Alan Hamlin.
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