An introduction to political theory; twelve lectures at Harvard [by] Carl J. Friedrich.


New York, Harper and Row [1967] .

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Subjects Ciencias políticas.
Einführung.
Geschichte.
Political science.
Politische Philosophie.
Politische Theorie.
Science politique.
Description viii, 182 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Lecture 1. The dimensions of freedom -- Lecture 2. The doctrine of liberalism: Locke and Mill -- Lecture 3. Revolution and social justice -- Lecture 4. Marx, Marxism and the totalitarian challenge -- Lecture 5. Justice and the function of the political elite -- Lecture 6. Plato's idea of justice and the political elite -- Lecture 7. Community and order -- Lecture 8. Aristotle, philosopher of the political community -- Lecture 9. Power and authority -- Lecture 10. Machiavelli and Hobbes -theorists of political power -- Lecture 11. Political equality and the common man -- Lecture 12. Equality in Rousseau and Kant.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)497059
(OCoLC)ocm00497059
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WorldCat Identities Friedrich, Carl J. 1901-1984.
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