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The Routledge companion to social and political philosophy

Author: Gerald F Gaus; Fred D'Agostino
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2017. ©2013.
Series: Routledge philosophy companions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [Paperback editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald F Gaus; Fred D'Agostino
ISBN: 1138064874 9781138064874
OCLC Number: 971040892
Description: xxiii, 841 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Part 1: The History of Social and Political Theory: 1. Plato / George Klosko --
2. Aristotle /Rachana Kamtekar --
3. Augustine / Scott McDonald --
4. Aquinas / Paul Sigmund --
5. Medieval Political Thought / Cary J. Nederman --
6. Machiavelli / Vickie B. Sullivan --
7. Hobbes / S.A. Lloyd --
8. Locke / Eric Mack --
9. Rousseau / Christopher Bertram --
10. Adam Smith and Hume / Steve Buckle --
11. Kant / Oliver Sensen --
12. Hegel / David Rose --
13. Mill / C.L. Ten --
14. Marx / David Leopold --
15. Late 19th Century British Political Thought / Maria Dimova-Cookson --
16. 20th Century German Political Thought / James Bohman --
17. 20th Century French Political Thought / Jeremy Jennings --
18. Foucault / Thomas Dumm --
19. The Political Thought of China / Bai Tongdong --
20. The Political Thought of India / A. Raghuramaraju --
21. Islamic Political Thought / Andrew March --
Part 2: Political Theories and Ideologies --
22. Anarchism / Roderick Long --
23. Liberalism / Michael Freeden --
24. Conservatism / John Kekes --
25. Republicanism / Christian Nadeau --
26. Marxism and Contemporary Political Thought / Alex Callinicos --
27. Feminism / Penelope Deutscher --
28. Environmentalism / Mathew Humphrey --
Part 3: Normative Foundations --
29. Contractarianism / Claire Finkelstein --
30. Contractualism and Political Liberalism / Aaron James --
31. Utilitarianism and Consequentialism / Dale Miller --
32. Perfectionism / Steven Wall --
33. Pluralism / George Crowder --
34. Virtue / Daniel Russell --
35. Natural Law and Rights Theory / David S. Oderberg --
Part 4: Distributive Justice --
36. Luck Egalitarianism / Zofia Stemplowska --
37. The Difference Principle / Rex Martin --
38. Left Libertarianism / Hillel Steiner --
39. Libertarianism / John Meadowcroft --
40. Desert / David Schmidtz --
41. Needs and Distributive Justice / Gillian Brock --
42. Capabilities and Social Justice / Ingrid Robeyns --
43. Justice and Future Generations / Clark Wolf --
Part 5: The National State and Beyond --
44. Nationalism / Margaret Moore --
45. Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights / David Reidy --
46. Multiculturalism / Chandran Kukathas --
47. Global Justice and Politics / Thom Brooks --
48. Borders and Secession / David Miller --
49. War / Fernando Teson --
Part 6: Political Concepts --
50. Equality / Tom Christiano --
51. Liberty / Katrin Flikschuh --
52. Autonomy / Horacio Spector --
53. Power / Peter Morris --
54. Authority and Legitimacy / Fabienne Peter --
55. Democracy / Bob Talisse --
56. Rights / John Quong --
57. Toleration / Peter Jones --
Part 7: Approaches and Methods in Social and Political Philosophy --
58. Evolutionary Approaches / Jerry Gaus --
59. Pragmatism / Cheryl Misak --
60. Postmodernism / Todd May --
61. Social Choice Theory / John Weymark --
62. Rational Choice Theory / Peter Vanderschraaf --
63. Discourse Theory / William Rehg --
Part VIII: Issues in Social and Political Philosophy --
64. Education / Harry Brighouse --
65. Health / Norman Daniels --
66. Marriage, Family, Sexuality / David Archard --
67. Work / Nien-He Hsieh --
68. Punishment / Mark R. Reiff --
69. Terrorism / Tony Coady --
70. Paternalism, Moralism, and Markets / Mark D. White --
71. Religion in Public Life / Christopher J. Eberle and Kevin Vallier.
Series Title: Routledge philosophy companions.
Responsibility: edited by Gerald Gaus and Fred D'Agostino.

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