Classics of Moral And Political Theory (Fourth Edition)

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Michael L. Morgan
Hackett Publishing Company, 2005 - Philosophy - 1249 pages
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The 4th edition of Classics of Moral and Political Theory widens the breadth, depth, and appeal of this collection by featuring Paul Woodruff's translation of Sophocles' Antigone, Rodney Livingstone's translation of Weber's “Politics as a Vocation,” and selections from Mill's The Subjection of Women; in addition C.D.C. Reeve's new translations of Plato's Republic (rendered into direct dialogue), Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and the death scene from the Phaedo replace the translations of these works currently in use.

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Some of the most important excerpts of the Nicomachean Ethics were left out, as well as the Leviathan...ugh! Read full review

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It would probably be healthy if I should learn more about political philosophy, ethics and that sort of stuff. I've avoided it for an embarrassingly long time now, mostly due to an irrational 'fear of ... Read full review

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Michael L. Morgan has been a professor at Indiana University for 31 years and, in 2004, was named a Chancellor's Professor. He has published articles in a variety of journals and has edited several books, including: Interim Judaism (2001), Beyond Auschwitz: Post-Holocaust Jewish Thought in America (2001), and Dilemmas in Modern Jewish Thought: The Dialectics of Revelation and History (1992).

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