Democracy: A Reader / Edition 1

Democracy: A Reader / Edition 1

by Ricardo Blaug
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0231124813

ISBN-13: 9780231124812

Pub. Date: 05/31/2001

Publisher: Columbia University Press

At a time when democracy appears to be universally acclaimed as the only acceptable form of government, it is all the more necessary to be clear about what democracy means. Democracy: A Reader provides a range of pivotal statements on this important topic from supporters and defenders as well as critics and skeptics.

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At a time when democracy appears to be universally acclaimed as the only acceptable form of government, it is all the more necessary to be clear about what democracy means. Democracy: A Reader provides a range of pivotal statements on this important topic from supporters and defenders as well as critics and skeptics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780231124812
Publisher:
Columbia University Press
Publication date:
05/31/2001
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
448
Sales rank:
691,176
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 9.54(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition Acknowledgements Introduction: Democracy – Triumph or Crisis? PART ONE: TRADITIONAL AFFIRMATIONS OF DEMOCRACYIntroduction 1. Pericles2. Aristotle3. Niccolò Machiavelli4. Thomas Hobbes5. Jean-Jacques Rousseau6. James Madison (et al.)7. John Stuart Mill8. Alexis de Tocqueville9. The Putney Debates 10. Thomas Paine11. The National Assembly of France12. Abraham Lincoln13. Joseph A. SchumpeterPART TWO: KEY CONCEPTSSection 1: Freedom and AutonomyIntroduction 14. Jean-Jacques Rousseau15. Immanuel Kant16. Benjamin Constant17. Isaiah Berlin18. Robert Paul WolffSection 2: EqualityIntroduction 19. John Locke20. Jean-Jacques Rousseau21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau22. R. H. Tawney23. Bernard WilliamsSection 3: RepresentationIntroduction 24. Jean-Jacques Rousseau25. Edmund Burke26. James Mill27. Hanna Fenichel Pitkin28. Anne Phillips29. Iris Marion Young30. Michael Bakunin31. Pierre-Joseph ProudhonSection 4: Majority RuleIntroduction 32. Jean-Jacques Rousseau33. Richard Wollheim34. John Stuart Mill35. Alexis de Tocqueville36. Giovanni SartoriSection 5: CitizenshipIntroduction 37. Aristotle38. T. H. Marshall39. Will Kymlicka and Wayne Norman40. Bernard CrickPART THREE: CRITIQUES OF DEMOCRACYSection 6: ConservativeIntroduction 41. Plato42. Edmund Burke43. Roger Scruton44. Benito Mussolini45. Carl Schmitt46. Max Weber47. Robert Michels48. Giovanni Sartori49. Joseph A. SchumpeterSection 7: Marxist and Socialist CritiquesIntroduction 50. Karl Marx51. Karl Marx52. Vladimir Ilich Lenin53. Ralph Miliband54. C. B. MacphersonSection 8: Feminist CritiquesIntroduction 55. Mary Wollstonecraft56. Diana Coole57. Sheila Rowbotham58. Susan MendusPART FOUR: CONTEMPORARY ISSUESSection 9: The MarketIntroduction 59. Friedrich Hayek60. Allen Buchanan61. Milton Friedman62. David Beetham63. Hilary Wainwright64. John F. Weeks65. Wendy BrownSection 10: Civil SocietyIntroduction 66. Jean L. Cohen and Andrew Arato67. Robert D. Putnam68. Paul HirstSection 11: ParticipationIntroduction 69. Geraint Parry and George Moyser70. Hanna Fenichel Pitkin and Sara M. Shumer71. Carole Pateman72. Tom DeLuca73. Amy Gutmann and Dennis ThompsonSection 12: The InternetIntroduction 74. Merlyna Lim and Mark E. Kann75. Manuel Castells76. Evgeny MorozovSection 13: NationalismIntroduction 77. Ghia Nodia78. David Miller79. Erika Harris80. Craig CalhounSection 14: Cosmopolitan DemocracyIntroduction 81. Ulrich Beck82. Luis Cabrera83. Daniele Archibugi84. John S. Dryzek85. Jürgen Habermas86. Norrie MacQueenSection 15: ReligionIntroduction 87. Asef Bayat88. Robert W. Hefner89. Michael Reder and Josef Schmidt90. Fred Dallmayr91. John KeaneSection 16: MulticulturalismIntroduction 92. Charles Taylor93. Will Kymlicka94. Iris Marion Young95. Charles W. MillsSection 17: Democracy and ViolenceIntroduction 96. Hannah Arendt97. Michael Mann98. John Schwarzmantel99. Zygmunt BaumanBibliography Index

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