Introduction to Political Thought: A Conceptual Toolkit: A Conceptual Toolkit

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Edinburgh University Press, Feb 1, 2012 - Philosophy - 352 pages
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Your conceptual toolkit for the study of political thoughtPraise for the first edition'This seems really to have been written with the first-year student in mind. The editors write in a way that is clear, intelligent and engaging without being at all condescending.'Politics Studies Review New for this edition* Brand new chapter on international political thought, reflecting one of the most striking developments in contemporary political theoryThis textbook gives you all the vocabulary you need - political, conceptual and historical - to engage confidently and deeply with political thought and the moral and political worlds in which we live.It traces the history of political thought from Plato and Aristotle to Kymlicka and Rorty, following a unique dual structure that introduces key thinkers and core concepts together, making it suitable for any course structure.

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Peri Roberts is Senior Lecturer in Political Theory at the Cardiff University. Peter Sutch is Reader at the Cardiff University.

Peri Roberts is Senior Lecturer in Political Theory at the Cardiff University. Peter Sutch is Reader at the Cardiff University.

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