The democratic and the authoritarian state; essays in political and legal theory. Edited and with a preface by Herbert Marcuse.

Glencoe, Ill., Free Press [1957] .

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Subjects IdeĢes politiques.
Political science.
Politieke macht.
Description x, 303 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1957]
Notes Includes bibliographical references. "The writings of Franz Neumann: a selected chronological bibliography": pages 301-303.
Contents Approaches to the study of political power -- The change in the function of law in modern society -- Types of natural law -- Montesquieu -- On the limits of justifiable disobedience -- The concept of political freedom -- Intellectual and political freedom -- On the theory of the federal state -- Notes on the theory of dictatorship -- Economics and politics in the twentieth century -- Anxiety and politics.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)192997
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