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Political theory and praxis : new perspectives / edited by Terence Ball.

Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [1977] .
ISBN 9780816608164, 0816608164

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Other Authors Ball, Terence.
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Political science -- Philosophy
Political science -- Philosophy.
Political science.
Politische Theorie.
Science politique.
Description vii, 281 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1977]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-269) and indexes.
Contents part 1. Origins: On the history of theory and praxis / Nicholas Lobkowicz -- Creatures of a day: thought and action in Thucydides / J. Peter Euben -- Plato and Aristotle: the unity versus the autonomy of theory and practice / Terence Ball -- part 2. Developments: Kant on theory and practice / Carl Raschke -- Theory and practice in Hegel and Marx: an unfinished dialogue / Peter Fuss -- The unity of theory and practice: the science of Marx and Nietzsche / Edward Andrew -- part 3. Dilemmas and new directions: Hannah Arendt: the ambiguities of theory and practice / Richard J. Bernstein -- Rebels, beginners, and buffoons: politics as action / Raymond L. Nichols -- How people change themselves: the relationship between critical theory and its audience / Brian Fay.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3423987
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