Modern Political Philosophy
An introduction to the topics and issues in political philosophy, from the Enlightenment to Postmodernism. The author presents both the historical background of, and a systematic discussion of contemporary issues relating to the major traditions within political philosophy.
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True to its title, this relatively brief but well-written and comprehensive book begins with the American Revolution and the theory of natural rights. From there, Hudelson (philosophy, Univ. of ... Read full review
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