Citations with the tag: POLITICAL philosophy
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- Liberty, dignity, and responsibility.
Klein, Daniel B. // Independent Review; Winter97, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p325
Attempts to clarify the moral dimension of statist ways, with emphasis on the correlation between moral philosophy and political philosophy. Clarification on liberty and individual responsibility; Connections flowing from the political economy of the matter; Issue on self-esteem, self-respect...
- Kant on Property: The Problem of Permissive Law.
Tierney, Brian // Journal of the History of Ideas; Jan2001, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p301
Focuses on the concept of permissive natural law in the political philosophy of Immanuel Kant. Importance of the theory of Rechtslehre; Comparison between provisional and peremptory rights mentioned in the philosophical treatise 'Doctrine of Right,'; Internal structure of the treatise.
- Transcendence and political philosophy.
Schall, James V. // Review of Politics; Spring93, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p247
Discusses the relationship and importance of political philosophy and transcendence to each other. Task of political philosophy so that politics need not function as a substitute metaphysics; `Limited politics' as justified only by a valid metaphysics; Experiences of transcendence that arise...
- Community and morality.
Fisk, Milton // Review of Politics; Fall93, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p593
Examines the community as a social basis for political morality as suggested by the communitarian critique of liberalism during the 1980s. Traditions as communities; Nations as communities; Ideology and coping mechanisms; Procedural community; Inseparability agreement; Democracy and the common...
- The common good and the open society.
Dupre, Louis // Review of Politics; Fall93, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p687
Argues in favor of restoring an idea of the common good within a political community which incorporates individual rights without separating them from their social context. Early concepts and their transformation; Genesis of modern liberalism and the demise of the common good; Global society's...
- The almighty, impotent state.
Knag, Sigmund // Independent Review; Winter97, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p397
Focuses on the idea that the government is in crisis. Social functions of authority; Economic relationship issues; Extensive powers of governments; Nature and function of political authority; Leadership issues; Kinds of confusion about authority.
- The successor to metaphysics: Absolute idea and absolute spirit.
Pinkard, Terry // Monist; Jul91, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p295
Focuses on the philosophy of Hegel suggesting that the old metaphysical thought on Hegel is not actually Hegel. Examination of a non-metaphysical reading of Hegel; Hegel's philosophy of history and theology; Categories of Hegelian logic; Application of non-metaphysical reading to history and...
- Does Hegel have an ethics?
Wood, Allen W. // Monist; Jul91, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p358
Questions if Hegel has an ethics. Basis for denying that Hegel has an ethics; Hegel's view on ethical truth; Examination of the roots of Hegel's ethical theory in philosophy.
- Hegel and idealism.
Ameriks, Karl // Monist; Jul91, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p386
Focuses on Hegel and idealism. Hegel's self description as an absolute idealist; Hegel's claims about realists; Difference betweeen Hegel and Kant.
- The politics of modern reason: Politics, anti-politics and norms in continental philosophy.
Bohman, James // Monist; Apr99, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p235
Shows that both the political and anti-political positions in Continental political philosophy share a distinction between the destructive and constructive side of reason. Karl Marx's critical stance towards all political norms and anti-political view of an emancipated society; Heidegger's...
- FOUR PARADIGMS OF PHILOSOPHICAL POLITICS.
Nussbaum, Martha C. // Monist; Oct2000, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p465
Discusses the four paradigms of philosophical politics. Philosophy as an art everyone can practice; Role of expert philosophical teacher or writer; Contribution of philosophy to politics; Options of philosophers in a political climate where they are not allowed to fulfill their desired role.
- ON "EUROPEANISM: UNITY IN EVERLASTING PURSUIT".
Mitias, Michael H. // Dialogue & Universalism; 2003, Vol. 13 Issue 7/8, p125
Explores the foundations and ideals of European unity and illustrates how the fundamental beliefs and values of universalism as a metaphilosophy can be applied. Commentary on Janusz Kuczynski's article 'Europeanism: Unity in Everlasting Pursuit'; Question of whether history is the driving force...
- Objectivity As A Normative Standard.
Bowen, Don R. // Journal of Politics; Feb77, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p201
Focuses on a study which considered objectivity as a normative standard. Definition of objectivity and ethical neutrality; Effect of positivism on political and social philosophy; Distinctions of meanings regarding objectivity.
- UNCOVERING THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF THE NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT.
Adams, Guy B. // Administrative Theory & Praxis (Administrative Theory & Praxis); Sep2000, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p498
Introduces a series of articles about political philosophy and public management which appeared in the September 2000 issue of the journal "Administrative Theory & Praxis."
- Europe in the Balance.
Casey, Lee A.; Rivkin Jr., David B. // Policy Review; Jun/Jul2001, Issue 107, p41
Offers a look at the politics and government in the European Union as of June 2001. Historical perspectives of Europe; Description of Europe's political philosophy; Issues concerning membership to the European Union.
- THE PHILOSOPHY OF AMERICAN MANAGEMENT.
Hart, David K.; Scott, William G. // Southern Review of Public Administration; Jun82, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p240
Studies the philosophy of public management in the U.S. Primary responsibilities of public administrators; Techniques of business management and public administration.
Hayden, Patrick; Evans, Mark; Hilliard, Bryan; Lansford, Tom // Politics & Ethics Review; 2005, Vol. 1 Issue 1, pv
An introduction to the journal "Politics and Ethics Review" is presented in which the author discusses the journal's aims in exploring issues related to politics and ethics, making connections between theory and practice, and stimulating dialogue and scholarly interchange in regular publication...
- REDISCOVERING COMPLEXITY.
DeMott, Benjamin // Atlantic (02769077); Sep88, Vol. 262 Issue 3, p67
Argues for the recovery of original ideas regarding political liberalism. Correction of the illusion of autonomy; Writers who published critiques of simplistic liberal moralism; Recovery of the standard of discourse capable of breaking the habits of condescension.
- Objective measures of well-being and the cooperative production problem.
Gaspart, Fr�d�ric // Social Choice & Welfare; 1998, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p95
The concern for measuring well-being objectively (as opposed to subjectively, that is, relying only on preferences) is found in modern political philosophy, especially in J. Rawls�s, A. Sen�s and G. Cohen�s writings. This paper explains the implications of using an objective well-being...
- Wyclif on rights.
Lahey, Stephen E. // Journal of the History of Ideas; Jan97, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p1
Looks at medieval political philosophy and how it has developed while discussing its influence on objective and subjective rights. Focus on John Wyclif's life and works.
- That We Are Human, We Have Rights.
Ball, Carlos A. // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p31
Focuses on the rights of every person. Responsibility of every person in the society; Issue on the disagreements in moral and political philosophy; Emphasis on individual autonomy over communal goals.
- MAO TSE-TUNG AND HIS PERMANENT CULTURAL REVOLUTION.
Taurer, Bernard // World Affairs; Fall77, Vol. 140 Issue 2, p152
Details the political views of Chinese philosopher Mao Tse-Tung. Impact of Mao's philosophies on world politics; Mao's influences; Comparison with other philosophers; History of Mao's ascend to power.
- Book reviews.
Jones, Charles // Mind; Oct99, Vol. 108 Issue 432, p769
Reviews the book `Political Philosophy,' by Jean Hampton.
- UNIVERSALISM IN THE LIGHT OF SYNERGETIC PARADIGM: PHILOSOPHICAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ASPECTS.
Kani�auskas, Saulius // Dialogue & Universalism; 2003, Vol. 13 Issue 1/2, p39
Synergetic paradigm (a new science) that was formed at the end of the 20th century is universal because of its interdisciplinarity. The article focuses on synergetic principles having ontological and epistemological dimension and on their practical application. The author thinks that synergetic...
- GRAYLING'S QUESTION: What, if anything, justifies one person or body having authority over others?
Grayling, A. C. // Prospect; Sep2007, Issue 138, p8
The article answers a question from a reader about the justification for political power.
- Friendship and political philosophy.
Schall, James V. // Review of Metaphysics; Sep96, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p121
Examines the relationship between friendship and political philosophy. Distinction of friendship from other types of love; Two perplexing elements in Aristotle's discussion of friendship from the point of view of political philosophy; Features of Ernest Fortin's view on the relationship between...
- Bravo, Tomasky.
Bayliss, Jonathan // American Prospect; Jun2006, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p4
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Party in Search of a Notion," by Michael Tomasky, in the May 2006 issue.
- Wrong, Tomasky.
Geraghty, Thomas M. // American Prospect; Jun2006, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p4
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Party in Search of a Notion," by Michael Tomasky, in the May 2006 issue.
- Reason and the Role Of Persuasion.
Wiser, James L. // Journal of Politics; May77, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p427
Presents a study which investigated the role of Western political theory in the formation and preservation of political order. Background on the development of critical tradition in the 17th century; Arguments of Baconian science; Significance of Bacon's method in political science.
- Sex Differences in Political Attitudes and Behavior: The Case for Situational Factors.
Tedin, Kent L.; Brady, David W.; Vedlitz, Arnold // Journal of Politics; May77, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p448
Presents a study which considered a case of situational factors showing evidence of sex differences in political attitudes and behavior. Influence of childhood experience to the assumption of political habits; Comparison on the political behavior of males and females.
- Pointing to the Dangers Of Taking a Narrow Path In the Wrong Direction.
Micciche, Charles J. // Education Week; 3/20/1985, Vol. 4 Issue 26, p17
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Political Philosophy and Reading Make a dangerous Mix," by Dianne Sirna Mancus and Curtis K. Carlson in the February 27, 1985 issue.
- A Homily on Method.
Budziszewski, J. // Journal of Politics; Aug84, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p739
Discusses the philosophy of the political science discipline. Differences between systems and wholes in the definition of politics; Kinds of units in the classical method of interpretation; Steps to consider in response to a causally profuse field of phenomena.
- The Influence of Group Identifications on Political Perception and Evaluation.
Conover, Pamela Johnston // Journal of Politics; Aug84, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p760
Presents a study which investigated the effects of group identification on political perception and evaluation. Concept of group identification; Perceptual effects of group identification; Correlation of group identifications and political perspectives.
- Mini-Symposium: Intersectionality Research.
Simien, Evelyn M.; Hancock, Ange-Marie // Political Research Quarterly; 03/01/2011, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p185
An introduction is presented for essays in this issue that focus on American politics, comparative politics, public policy, and political theory.
- I will not support a political group engaged in bullying.
Isleib, Warren // Navajo Times; 11/1/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 44, pA-7
A letter to the editor is presented related to the basic difference betweenmodern political philosophies.
- Christian Thomasius and the Desacralization of Philosophy.
Hunter, Ian // Journal of the History of Ideas; Oct2000, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p595
Proposes a detailed argument in a historiographical standpoint on the historical understanding of Christian Thomasius central doctrines and objectives. Role of Kantian philosophy in Thomasius philosophy; Purpose and reasons for the desacralizing philosophy; Context of protestant scholasticism.
- Edmund Burke and Reason of State.
Armitage, David // Journal of the History of Ideas; Oct2000, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p617
Examines the conceptions of reason of state by Edmund Burke. Relationship between reason and state; Details on the meaning and confusions in understanding the meaning of reason of state; Argument on the fulfillment of exacting conditions in English history by the Glorious Revolution.
- BOOKS RECEIVED.
Armitage, David // Journal of the History of Ideas; Jan2012, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p167
A bibliography on subjects related to political philosophy is presented which includes the books "Essays in Memory of Michael Frede" edited by James Allen, "Imperial Republics: Revolution, War, and Territorial Expansion from the English Civil War to the French Revolution" by Edward G. Andrew,...
Charles, Lynton // New Statesman; 12/20/96-01/03/97, Vol. 125 Issue 4315, p33
Describes several factors that influenced the author's political beliefs. Includes books and authors; Events in life; Political figures; Historical events; Views on the greatest Prime Minister.
- A blend of help and hassle.
Teles, Steven // New Statesman; 03/06/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4375, p32
Examines paternalism as a socio-political philosophy. Application of paternalism; Remarkable thing about successful paternalistic programs; Core of all paternalistic approach; How paternalism suggests a kind of distributional principle; Focus of paternalistic approaches to welfare.
- About Theoria.
Teles, Steven // Theoria: A Journal of Social & Political Theory; Dec2007, Vol. 54 Issue 114, p4
The article reviews the periodical "Theoria: A Journal of Social & Political Theory."
- The strange birth of liberal France.
Lilla, Mark // Wilson Quarterly; Autumn94, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p106
Discusses the historical perspectives of the liberal political philosophy of the government of France. History of the political systems and governments of France; Public perception on the benefits of the liberal order formulated by the late century's philosophers; Comparison with other...
- Machiavelli and Xenophon on Princely Rule: A Double-Edged Encounter.
Newell, W.R. // Journal of Politics; Feb88, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p108
One of the puzzling aspects of Machiavelli's political philosophy is the prominent place occupied in it by Xenophon. Machiavelli goes much further than including Xenophon with Plato, Aristotle and Cicero, as was common in the Renaissance "mirror of princes." Rather, he discusses Xenophon in The...
- Prudence and the Plurality of Value in International Ethics.
Mapel, David R. // Journal of Politics; May90, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p433
Presents a study which discussed a central problem in statecraft justified in overriding the rules of common morality. Rules of common morality; Confusion towards the definition of value pluralism; Concepts on the consequentialist idea of proportionality.
- BLIND SCHOLARS.
Geifman, Anna // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Jan2012, Issue 219, p12
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Messianic Restraint," by David Goldman, from the November 2011 issue regarding political philosophy.
- Political Theory.
Lindsay, A. D. // Recent Developments in European Thought; 3/1/2006, p73
Political philosophy or the philosophical theory of the State has closer relations with history than any other branch of philosophical inquiry. It is indeed distinguished from history in that it can disregard the success or failure, the historical development of this or that state. For it is...
Lindsay, A. D. // Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Politicas y Sociales; sep-dic2004, Vol. 46 Issue 192, p7
An introduction is presented discussing several of the topics addressed in this issue including the thought of political theorist Carl Schmitt, the relationship between political commitment and political action and the link between urban sustainability and environmentalism.
Piper, Laurence // Theoria: A Journal of Social & Political Theory; 3/30/2009, Vol. 56 Issue 118, p6
An introduction is presented for this issue of "Theoria: A Journal of Social & Political Theory" which includes an article by Chantal Mouffe that discusses Rawlsian liberal politics, one by Michael Allen that focuses on deliberative democracy, and another by J. Christopher Paskewich that...
- Books Received.
Piper, Laurence // Social Theory & Practice; Oct2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p757
A list of books on philosophy and political theory is presented including "The Modernist-Postmodernist Quarrel on Philosophy and Justice: A Possible Levinasian Mediation," by Manuel P. Arriaga and "The Ecological Life: Discovering Citizenship and a Sense of Humanity," by Jeremy Bendik-Keymer.
- Further Reading.
Robinson, Dave; Groves, Judy // Introducing Political Philosophy; 12/ 1/2006, p174
A list of books that deals with political philosophy is presented.