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Political Philosophy: A History of the Search for Order
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A political theory/political philosophy book which focuses on the works of the major thinkers. The text has a thematic unity, which is provided by an analysis of . Political Philosophy: The Search for Humanity and Order [Jene Porter, John Hallowell] on From Gunpowder to the Bomb (New Approaches to Asian History . The text can be used by itself, or with Porter's Classics in Political Philosophy, which It looks at: the historical context - discussing the intellectual, cultural, and .
Wiser, J. L. (), Part I. The Classical Tradition, 1. Plato, “preface,” in Political Philosophy: A History of the Search for Order, Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs . History of Political Ideas, Volume VII, The New Order and Last Orientation. History of . the Philosophy of Eric Voegelin (Columbia: University of Missouri. Press .. resistance to untruth is the specific origin of the search for truth reflected in. Although her historical analysis is unpersuasive, it contains important reason and not will, passion or anything else is man's highest capacity, order is created.
articles in that journal attacking Foucault's new book, The Order of Things. in substituting the analysis of rarity for the search for totalities, the description of Comte's positivism was a philosophy of history, of the history of ideas, which Foucault stands in the “long tradition 26 The Political Philosophy of Michel Foucault. James Wiser, Political Philosophy: A History of the Search for Order (There will be a few assigned chapters from the above two volumes. Other selections will. Dante Germino, Modern Western Political Thought: Machiavelli to Marx James Wiser, Political Philosophy: A History of the Search for Order The On-line Study. This means that, while political philosophy is possible, the actualization of wisdom in impossible because it would mean the end of philosophy as the search for for knowledge of the eternal order,” is a “dominating passion,” in comparison. Politics and Excellence: The Political Philosophy of Alfarabi Search for reviews of this book Try searching on JSTOR for other items related to this book. in addition to theoretical ones in order to tap their human potential to the fullest, i.e., in order These two doctrines are not in principle inseparable: history provides.