Stanford University Press (1996)

Taking as its point of departure a sharp critique of Rawls's influential "A Theory of Justice," this book looks at politics from an aesthetic perspective.
Keywords Political science   Aesthetics, Modern
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ISBN(s) 0804727295 (cloth : alk. paper)   0804727309   0804727295   9780804727303
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