Moral Politics: How Liberals and Conservatives Think, Second Edition

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University of Chicago Press, May 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 471 pages
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In this classic text, the first full-scale application of cognitive science to politics, George Lakoff analyzes the unconscious and rhetorical worldviews of liberals and conservatives, discovering radically different but remarkably consistent conceptions of morality on both the left and right. For this new edition, Lakoff adds a preface and an afterword extending his observations to major ideological conflicts since the book's original publication, from the impeachment of Bill Clinton to the 2000 presidential election and its aftermath.
  

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User Review  - Gabriella - Goodreads

This book deal with the two different pespective of politics for democrats and liberals in USA. The author, try to explain the main differences between the two main polical parties in US and how they differs, their strongness and thei weakness Read full review

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User Review  - Richard - Goodreads

This book is about cognitive frameworks, or, more precisely: about two frameworks that plausibly explain many of the differences between liberals and conservatives. Oddly enough, I'm still struggling ... Read full review

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George Lakoff is a professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley. He is also the author of Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things and co-author of Metaphors We Live By and More than Cool Reason, all published by the University of Chicago Press-as well as co-author of Philosophy in the Flesh and Where Mathematics Comes From.

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