Modern Political Philosophy
M.E. Sharpe, 1999 M06 18
An introduction to the topics and issues in political philosophy, from the Enlightenment to Postmodernism. The author presents both the historical background of, and a systematic discussion of contemporary issues relating to the major traditions within political philosophy.
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The author, Richard Hudelson, begins with the dawn of a new age represented by the Declaration of Independence and its affirmation of human rights and ends ...
The ideas of the American Declaration of Independence are already familiar to anyone reading this book. By following the elaboration of those ideas, ...
Not only for Americans, but also for people in all corners of the world, the Declaration of Independence, adopted by the Second Continental ...
... concepts of the philosophy of natural rights found in the Declaration.6 Rights The Declaration of Independence claims that men have certain rights.
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True to its title, this relatively brief but well-written and comprehensive book begins with the American Revolution and the theory of natural rights. From there, Hudelson (philosophy, Univ. of ... Read full review