The Radical Attitude and Modern Political Theory

Palgrave Macmillan (2007)
Abstract
The Radical Attitude and Modern Political Theory focuses on the appearance of an attitude towards modernity that can be best described as radical. It emerges in discourses of politics and the state from the Sixteenth century onwards and can be discerned in many of the central texts of modern political theory, even those that are usually understood to be conservative in character. Accordingly, the attitude is best seen not as a coherent ideology or tradition but as a series of conceptual resources that continue to inform political discourse in the present
Keywords Political science Philosophy  Radicalism
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Call number JA71.E37 2007
ISBN(s) 1403994889   9781403994882
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