Political Philosophy: A Complete Introduction: Teach Yourself

Political Philosophy: A Complete Introduction: Teach Yourself

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Written by Phil Parvin and Clare Chambers, who are current political philosophy lecturers and leading researchers, Political Philosophy - The Essentials is designed to give you everything you need to succeed, all in one place. It covers the key areas that students are expected to be confident in, outlining the basics in clear jargon-free English, and then providing added-value features like summaries of key thinkers, and even lists of questions you might be asked in your seminar or exam. The book's structure follows that of most university courses on political philosophy, by looking at the essential concepts within political philosophy (freedom, equality, power, democracy, rights, the state, political obligation), and then looking at the ways in which piolitical philosophers have used these fundamental concepts in order to tackle a range of normative political questions such as whether the state has a responsibility to alleviate inequalities, and what interest liberal and demovratic states should take in the cultural or religious beliefs of citizens. Teach Yourself titles employ the 'Breakthrough method', which is designed specifically to overcome problems that students face. - Problem: 'I find it difficult to remember what I've read.'; Solution: this book includes end-of-chapter questions and summaries, - Problem: 'Most books mention important other sources, but I can never find them in time.'; Solution: this book includes key texts and case studies are summarised, complete with fully referenced quotes ready to use in your essay or exam. - Problem: 'Lots of introductory books turn out to cover totally different topics than my course.'; Solution: this book is written by a current university lecturer who understands what students are expected to know.Phil Parvin, Clare Chambers. Press, 1986). Hillel Steiner, An Essay on Rights ( Oxford: Blackwell, 1994). John Tomasi, a#39;Individual Rights and Community Virtuesa#39; , Ethics 101 (1991), pp. 521a€“36). Factcheck 1 Who argues that rights are trumps?

Title:Political Philosophy: A Complete Introduction: Teach Yourself
Author:Phil Parvin, Clare Chambers
Publisher:Hachette UK - 2012-12-28


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