11 edition of The paradox of political philosophy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-333) and index.
|LC Classifications||B395 .H85 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 342 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||342|
|ISBN 10||0847689751, 084768976X|
|LC Control Number||97041428|
The Paradox of the Preface Authors of philosophy books generally state in a preface that they are very grateful for assistance for many people, but all (inevitable) errors and mistakes contained in the book are the author’s fault. Yet authors of philosophy books also generally believe that they have gone to great lengths to ensure that the. The Paradox of Karl Popper. The great philosopher, renowned for his ferocious attacks on scientific and political dogmatism, could be quite dogmatic.
The best books on Political Philosophy recommended by Jonathan Wolff. British philosopher Jonathan Wolff chooses five books by thinkers who have shaped the field. He explores the experiences that influenced each writer, saying 'it’s very rare for philosophers to say very much about their history and what brought them to the views they have'. Eminent political theorist Michael Walzer, an emeritus professor at the Institute for Advanced Study, served as coeditor of the political journal Dissent for more than three decades. “[With] The Paradox of Liberation, Walzer has made a major contribution.”—Michael Ignatieff, New York Review of .
The Paradox of Political Philosophy 作者: Jacob Howland 出版社: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Author: Jacob Howland. Nietzsche is an epitome of such misunderstanding. 2 Nietzsche did not propose a coherent political view, from which we may safely say that he thought democracy (or any political form) is problematic. His interest is in morality and culture, and though morality and culture certainly bear on politics, they are not to be confused with politics as.
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A truly exellent book from which scholars and students will benefit greatly. -- Drew A. Hyland, Charles A. Dana Professor of Philosophy, Trinity College This is an admirable book, thoughtful and impressively wide-ranging study of Platos's dialogues, but a sharply focused and quite accessible one as by: 8.
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The original Cited by: The book’s essays, half of which are previously unpublished, are divided into two thematic sections. The first focuses on the nature of philosophy, while the second addresses the relationship between philosophy and moral and political responsibilities.
Philosophy and the Human Paradox will be of interest to philosophers and students who work Author: Alan Montefiore. This page contains a list of the best introductory books on political philosophy.
Just to be clear, there is no single best book on political philosophy. The best book for you will depend on your preferred learning style and the amount of time that you want to spend reading about political philosophy. An page scholarly overview is unlikely to be best for someone looking for a short.
THE REPUBLICS THIRD WAVE AND THE PARADOX OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY JACOB HOWLAND "Unless," I said, "the philosophers rule as kings or those now called kings and chiefs genuinely and adequately philosophize, and political power and philosophy coincide in the same place, while the many na tures now making their way to either apart from the other.
Political philosophy is quite an incredibly broad topic which can go back at least two millennia, so obviously there would be tons of stuffs to read in this field.
You need to greatly narrow down your criteria. From A to Ž (Aristotle to Žižek) you. In engaging five of Plato's dialogues_Theaetetus, Euthyphro, Cratylus, Sophist, and Statesman_and by paying particular attention to Socrates' intellectual defense in the 'philosophic trial' by the Stranger from Elea, Jacob Howland illuminates Plato's understanding Brand: Jacob Howland.
Whether paradox is the beginning or the end of philosophy, it has certainly stimulated a great deal of philosophical thinking, and many paradoxes have served to encapsulate important philosophical problems (many others have been exposed as fallacies).
A truly exellent book from which scholars and students will benefit greatly. -- Drew A. Hyland, Charles A. Dana Professor of Philosophy, Trinity College This is an admirable book, thoughtful and impressively wide-ranging study of Platos's dialogues, but a sharply focused and quite accessible one as well.
Bloggat om The Paradox of Political. The Paradox of Political Philosophy Jacob Howland In engaging five of Plato's dialogues_Theaetetus, Euthyphro, Cratylus, Sophist, and Statesman_and by paying particular attention to Socrates' intellectual defense in the 'philosophic trial' by the Stranger from Elea, Jacob Howland illuminates Plato's understanding of the proper relationship.
The paradox of political philosophy: Socrates' philosophic trial. [Jacob Howland] An admirable book-not only a thoughtful and impressively wide-ranging study of Plato's dialogues, but a sharply focused and quite accessible one as well.
Thinking back to the beginnings: the Euthyphro -- Prophetic play: the Cratylus -- Challenge of. William Connolly's latest book may be thought of as the accomplishment of the themes broached in his two earlier books, Politics and Ambiguity and Political Theory and emotional center of the book is a long ‘Letter to Augustine’ premised upon the notion that the position of a ‘post-theist’ is similar to that of a ‘post-pagan,’ that as Augustine's writings punctuated.
PARADOX OF POLITICAL THOUGHT relation to the development of modern philosophy in terms of the questions posed by the "founders" of modern thought to them- selves and their successors.
It requires the examination of Marx's thought as part of a meaningful dialogue concerned with real rather than pseudo-questions. A paradox is a persuasive argument that something, which we judge must be false, is true. Zeno's Paradox, for example, is a convincing argument that it's impossible to move.
Paradoxes are valuable in philosophy because they help us become aware of forms of argument that are deceptively convincing yet logically fallacious.
In engaging five of Plato's dialogues_Theaetetus, Euthyphro, Cratylus, Sophist, and Statesman_and by paying particular attention to Socrates' intellectual defense in the 'philosophic trial' by the Stranger from Elea, Jacob Howland illuminates Plato's understanding of the proper relationship between philosophy and politics.
This insightful and innovative study illustrates the Plato's. The American Political Paradox: More Freedom, Less Democracy More. For it is with the paradox of political philosophy clearly in mind that we can best begin to appreciate the extent of Socrates' accomplishment in fashioning even a single night's community of philosophical discourse out of a group of young men on their way to a big town party.(29).
Political Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions #97), David Miller This book introduces readers to the concepts of political philosophy - authority, democracy, freedom and its limits, justice, feminism, multiculturalism, and nationality. Accessibly written and assuming no previous knowledge of the subject, it encourages the reader to think clearly and critically about /5.
found in Roy Sorensen’s book A Brief History of the Paradox: philosophy and the labyrinths of the mind (). I would especially like to mention the book Paradoxes () by Richard Mark Sainsbury as one of the most successfully written books on paradoxes.
In Serbia, among the books dealing with paradoxes, a distinguished place belongs to.A Brief History of the Paradox takes a close look at "questions like that" and the philosophers who have asked them, beginning with the folk riddles that inspired Anaximander to erect the first metaphysical system and ending with such thinkers as Lewis Carroll, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and W.V.
Quine. Organized chronologically, the book is divided.The first focuses on the nature of philosophy, while the second addresses the relationship between philosophy and moral and political responsibilities.
Philosophy and the Human Paradox will be of interest to philosophers and students who work on ethics, Kantian and post-Kantian continental philosophy, and political philosophy.