Political theory and social change. Edited with an introduction by David Spitz.

; American Political Science Association
[1st ed.].. New York, Atherton Press, 1967.

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Other Authors Spitz, David, 1916-1979,
American Political Science Association.
Subjects Changement social.
Political science.
Social change.
Description xii, 303 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes "Essays ... read at a series of panels ... at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in 1966."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Truth and politics, by H. Arendt.--Static and dynamic society, by P. Kecskemeti.--Political science and political rationality, by D. Kettler.--Changing conceptions of political legitimacy; abandonment of theocracy in the Islamic world, by G. Lewy.--Constitutionalism in the sixteenth century; the Protestant Monarchomachs, by J.H. Franklin.--Theories of terrorism and the classical tradition, by E.V. Walter.--Civil disobedience; prerequisite for democracy in mass society, by C. Bay.--The obligation to disobey, by M. Walzer.--Democratic theory: ontology and technology, by C.B. Macpherson.--Social order and human ends; some central issues in the modern problem, by M.Q. Sibley.--Corporate authority and democratic theory, by P. Bachrach.--Facing up to intellectual pluralism, by J.N. Shklar.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)365949
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