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Valencior pars in the Defensor Pacis of Marsilius of Padua

Marsilius of Padua (1280-1343) was a philosopher of the Middle Ages who wrote two books of political philosophy that have influenced modernity. This study analyzes the term valencior pars in the ... : Studi Francescani, 1983.         [ Links ] GEWIRTH, Alain. Marsilius of Padua and Medieval Political Philosophy. New York: Columbia University Press, 1951.         [ Links ] HYDE, J. K. Padua in the

Individualism, liberalism and philosophy of history

The paper addresses the main issue of political theory: legitimacy. The theme is developed beginning with the basic concepts of the political philosophy of the Enlightenment: individualism ... history, with the help of the conceptual historiography of Reinhart Koselleck, to point out a political aporia. The specific articulation between those concepts is then used to read the main works of

The Farabi conceptualisation of 'social health

is analysed within the framework of health approach, in the broader sense of the term. This analysis is based on the political philosophy of Abā Naṣr Farabi (873-950 AD), the founder of Islamic ... based on the political philosophy of Abā Naṣr Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad Al Fārābī (872-950), the founder of Islamic philosophy (Hammond 1947). He regards extremism as a deviation from the society's health and

GOVERNMENTAL REPRESSION AND LIKELIHOOD OF CIVIL WAR ONSET: WORLD ANALYSIS, 1981-1997

quantitative model, in a systematic fashion. No empirical work employing political philosophy approaches can be found among the current quantitative literature on civil war. Therefore, this paper fills the gap ... quantitative literature on civil war should be backed by the concepts of other fields of knowledge such as political philosophy and political science, among others. III. GOVERNMENTAL REPRESSION AND ITS EFFECTS

Review of "Contemporary Debates in Political Philosophy"

on contemporary (non-historical) political philosophy have been published, each one attempting to do the same thing, provide a comprehensive, and non-biased survey of the current state of play ... , outlining where the field of political philosophy is currently at. With the rise of new technologies, global problems, and new forms of conflict occurring, the field of political philosophy is constantly

The Social and Political Philosophy of Ludwig Stein.

THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF LUDWIG STEIN^ BY HARRY ELMER BARNES General Nature of His Sociological Theory His Leading IVorks. ONE of the most important sociologists who uses the German ... Institutions. THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF LUDWIG STF:iN While this stage brought a system of regulation of social relations which was, on the whole, adequate to the demands of the time, gentile

Hegel’s political philosophy: On the normative significance of method and system

, Hegel’s Political Philosophy, is motivated by an apparent debate between those who base their interpretation of Hegel’s political thought on his broader system and method and those who do not. In the ... logical system and his political thought, they largely agree on the necessity of that relationship for an understanding of Hegel’s practical philosophy. Several essays explicate a central logical concept in

Review of “Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy

Political Philosophy, John Rawls. Edited by Samuel Freeman. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2007. Pp. xix+476 (includes index). ISBN (cloth): 0-674-02492-3; $35.00. According to the editor’s notes ... , the late John Rawls only reluctantly agreed to let his lecture notes on moral and political philosophy be published. Rawls was quite concerned that his written lectures didn’t really do justice to the

Bosquejo de Dworkin: la imbricación entre el derecho y la moralidad

This article analyzes Ronald Dworkin’s main contributions to jurisprudence and political philosophy, and shows that they result from a broad vision that integrates law and morality. The exposition is ... : "The Transcendent Lawyer". The Law School, pp. 13-23.         [ Links ] Nussbaum, Martha, 2011: "Perfectionist Liberalism and Political Liberalism". Philosophy & Public Affairs, 39, pp. 3-45

Thinking about future/democracy: towards a political theory of futurity

theory and philosophy can contribute to “(re-)Politicizing the Future”. I argue that political thought should take temporality, and in particular futurity, as a central conceptual and methodological ... best known among the European political thinkers who were led by the shocks of the first half of the twentieth century to re-evaluate notions of causality and history in political philosophy. She

Political theology: A critical introduction

Christian anarchism, theology may still gesture to an ‘other life’ (p. 130) or even ‘become the way of affirming the eternal vocation of political philosophy’ (p. 175). To take it even further, such a ... and affiliations Vassilios Paipais Review First Online: 09 May 2019 99 Downloads Saul Newman’s new critical introduction to political theology appears at a time when scholarly interest

Del bazar a la familia: una aproximación crítica a las "idealizaciones

political philosophy "justifies" the institutions of liberal democracy it does not appeal to metaphysical or transcendent fundamentals firmly established; however, it does appeal to idealizations, to ... united, in a unique narrative, the social hopes of liberal egalitariasm with the philosophical anti-essentialism of postmodernism. As a consequence, when Rorty’s political philosophy “justifies” the

Political Violence and Race: A Critique of Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt’s On Violence (1970) is a seminal work in the study of political violence. It famously draws a distinction between power and violence and argues that the latter must be excluded from ... Review of Books, issue 13 , 1 January 1970 , p. 36 . --- . Lectures on Kant's Political Philosophy , edited by Ronald Beiner, Chicago UP , 1982 . --- . ?Karl Jaspers: Citizen of the World? .? Men in Dark

Legal and political philosophy scholar speaks on the concept and the Rule of Law p. 17

and political philosophy scholar who lectures frequently around the globe, said the Rule of Law is a normative ideal that arises directly out of the morallyladen description that we give of what law is ... homelessness are well known, as are his works in historical political theory. Waldron graduated with degrees in philosophy and law from the University of Otago in 1978 and then earned his doctorate in legal

The Farabi conceptualisation of 'social health

is analysed within the framework of health approach, in the broader sense of the term. This analysis is based on the political philosophy of Abā Naṣr Farabi (873-950 AD), the founder of Islamic ... based on the political philosophy of Abā Naṣr Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad Al Fārābī (872-950), the founder of Islamic philosophy (Hammond 1947). He regards extremism as a deviation from the society's health and

The boundaries of transitional justice Jean Améry and Johan Degenaar on the tension between survival and justice

What can political philosophy, interested in the field of 'transitional justice' learn from dissident voices in states who try to define their future while dealing with a past where human rights were ... authors. I wonder what political philosophy, interested in 'transitional justice' - a fast growing field of research - can learn from dissident voices in states who try to define their future while dealing

Churches and State

which the relationship between politics and religion has been redefined in another form. It will be shown that the greatest thinkers of modern political philosophy, from Machiavelli and Calvin to Hobbes

Relativism and Normative Choice in the Legitimation of Transnational Coercion

theory" for its ability to reveal the subtle interrelationships among political philosophy and may well lead to foreign policy that is more coherent and stable. ... statutory obstacles cannot simply be assumed away, than it does in the realm of first-best political philosophy. Take the example of functional segregation in adjudication. When a judge selects the rule of