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by Lee C. McDonald

Download Western Political Theory from Its Origins to the Present 19th and  20th Centuries eBook
ISBN:
0155952994
Author:
Lee C. McDonald
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Politics & Government
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English
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Harcourt College Pub (June 1, 1970)
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239 pages
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Provides substantial discussions of major political theorists of each historical period  . Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Select Format: Paperback.

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Western political philosophy to the end of the 19th century. From another perspective, however, the political problems of the present day are interestingly unique, giving rise to theoretical questions that earlier political philosophers did not have to confront.

As an academic discipline, Western political philosophy has its origins in ancient Greek society, when city-states .

As an academic discipline, Western political philosophy has its origins in ancient Greek society, when city-states were experimenting with various forms of political organization including monarchy, tyranny, aristocracy, oligarchy, and democracy. However, in the Western thought, it is generally supposed that it was a specific area peculiar merely to the great philosophers of Islam: al-Kindi (Alkindus), al-Farabi (Abunaser), İbn Sina (Avicenna), Ibn Bajjah (Avempace), Ibn Rushd (Averroes), and Ibn Khaldun.

left to the fair and free competition of the market and should never be controlled by the interference of the legislature. been given to the perfect the raw materials of wood and metals than those of body and mind. RADICAL MARXISM problem: - workers "separate from means of productions" and exploited by bourgeoisie treatment: - REVOLUTION - create proletariat state - government will be there and will then disappear.

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By the turn of the 20th century, economic liberalism and economic nationalism were two competitive agendas for economic .

By the turn of the 20th century, economic liberalism and economic nationalism were two competitive agendas for economic policy on the world stage. The first half of the 20th century saw the incredible rise of the government interference in economy, regardless ideological differences. Lecture 1. Introduction to the course o the scope of the course; o economic theory and economic policy: the modes of interaction; o economic theory and economic policy in the history of economic thought: a brief overview. Seminar 1. Protectionism and the free trade regime in the history of economic thought Basic source: Roncaglia, A. The Wealth of Ideas: A History of Economic Thought.

It uses a comparative political history to develop a theory of the stability of a political system.

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Provides substantial discussions of major political theorists of each historical period. Most chapters are devoted to a single figure, with a biography of the theorist: a description of his ideoloical millieu: a summary of his major ideas, with quotations from his works: a critical discussion of the idas that influenced him: objective appraisal of the differing interpretations of his work.