Leo Strauss, Education, and Political Thought

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Justin G. York, Michael A. Peters
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011 - Philosophy - 216 pages
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Acknowledgments p. 7 Introduction: Leo Strauss: Reading between the Lines Michael A. Peters and J.G. York p. 9 Why Leo Strauss?: Four Answers and One Consideration concerning the Uses and Disadvantages of the p. 23 School for the Philosophical Life Heinrich Meier "The Second Cave": Leo Strauss and the Possibility of Education in the Contemporary World Neil G. Robertson p. 34 Strauss's Rights Pedagogy Tim McDonough p. 52 Strauss's New Reading of Plato Catherine H. Zuckert p. 74 Why Leo Strauss Is Not an Aristotelian: An Exploratory Study Michael P. Zuckert p. 110 "Do No Harm": Leo Strauss and the Limits of Remedial Politics Timothy L. Simpson and Jon Fennell p. 137 Taming the Power Elite Shadia B. Drury p. 162 Leo Strauss and the Neoconservative Critique of the Liberal University: Postmodernism, Relativism, and the Culture Wars Michael A. Peters p. 181 Notes on Contributors p. 211 Index.

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J. G. York is a doctoral candidate in the philosophy of education division of the Educational Policies Studies Department of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Michael A. Peters is professor of education at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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