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Should We Consent to Be Governed?: A Short Introduction to Political Philosophy 2nd Edition

Stephen Nathanson

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1992
  • 96 Pages

Overview

Rather than a survey of political philosophy, this concise text focuses on the problem of developing a personal outlook toward government and political life.

Stephen Nathanson, Northeastern University

1. Introduction: Should We Consent To Be Governed.
2. Super Patriotism.
3. Political Cynicism.
4. The Case for Anarchism.
5. The Case Against Anarchism.
6. Critical Citizenship
7. The Critical Citizenship Perspective.
Suggested Readings.
Bibliography.
Index.