Political Order And Inequality

Author: Carles Boix
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107089433
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This book describes the foundations of stateless societies, why and how states emerge, and the basis of political obligation.

Making The International

Author: Simon Bromley
Publisher: Pluto Press
ISBN: 9780745321356
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Leading Marxist thinkers re-evaluate Trotsky's key theories -- an ideal introduction for students.

Rousseau And Hobbes

Author: Robin Douglass
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191038032
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Rousseau's genealogy, then, served the purpose of critique by exposing the
prevailing justifications of political order and inequality as illegitimate. The point
that Rousseau would make repeatedly against Hobbes and those who followed
him is that society cannot be justified solely by its ability to provide for
preservation and sustain peace. Such a justification would be valid only if man's
natural state was really one of nascent inequality where unbridled passions led
to perpetual conflict ...

Political Philosophy And The Issues Of Politics

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literal sense that it arose directly out of observable and irreducible inequalities of
human beings—inequalities in strength, to begin with, and other inequalities
which became important in time. As Aristotle indicates in Book I of the Politics, pre
-political society reflects the brute natural inequalities among human beings,
while political society does or may reflect other inequalities. Under the best
circumstances, the conventional or political order would reflect or incorporate or
do justice to ...

Political Order And Political Decay

Author: Francis Fukuyama
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1429944323
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LópezCalva and Lustig, Declining Inequality in Latin America. 9. This figure
quoted in Francesca Castellani and Gwenn Parent, Being “Middle Class” in Latin
America (Paris: OECD Development Centre Working Paper No. 305, 2011), p. 9.
10. Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez, “Income Inequality in the United States,
1913–1998,” Quarterly Journal of Economics 118, no. 1 (2003): 1– 39; see also
Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson, “WinnerTakeAll Politics: Public Policy,
Political ...

Does Education Have A Future

Author: Jarl Bengtsson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401016933
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The Political Economy of Social and Educational Inequalities in European
Society Jarl Bengtsson, Albert van den Berg, Alain Gras, B.J. Hake, Ian Lister,
Jürgen Zimmer. JENSEN, S. (1972) Numerical and Systems Forecasts, ...
KoRNHAUSER, W. (1960) The Politics of Mass Society, Free Press, New York.
KYöSTIö, H. (1972) The Role of Schooling in Society, ... in Ontario, Government
Printer, Ottawa. PARKIN, F. (1971) Class Inequality and Political Order,
MacGibbon & Bibliography I29.

Machiavelli To Marx

Author: Dante Germino
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226288505
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We need not resort to dubious psychologizing (e.g., Rousseau was unable to
decide whether he loved or hated the company of his fellows and so wrote one
book attacking society and another extolling it) to understand why these
differences should exist. Rousseau engaged in a lifelong inquiry into the
principles of a just political order; the Discourse on Inequality and its predecessor
the Discourse on the Arts and Sciences were early attempts to set down his
reflections on the subject.

Profiles And Critiques In Social Theory

Author: Anthony Giddens
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520049338
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Less than a decade ago, Frank Parkin published Class Inequality and Political
Order, a work which deservedly became well known.2 The book made some
important contributions to the then existing literature on class analysis. At that
time, the sociological literature was dominated by a particular viewpoint about the
nature of classes and class conflict. The entrenched liberal establishment of
orthodox sociology in the USA and Europe had elaborated a version of class
theory ...