The crisis of political theory: an inquiry into contemporary thought
Is political theory in the grip of a crisis? Om Bakshi here assesses the status of contemporary political thought, a subject of intense debate in recent years, and contends that the classical tradition, if not other traditions of thought, has tended towards decline.
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The Crisis of Political Theory
The Social and Intellectual Context of the Crisis
The State of Contemporary Political Thought
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