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What do the terms 'freedom' and 'justice' mean? What is the State? Is the existence of the State justified? What are the proper limits of the power of the State? What about the intervention of the State in economic matters that gives rise to the disputes between advocates of capitalism, socialism, and the welfare state? These are some of the broader questions addressed in this book.
Posted December 29, 1999
Freedom, Justice and the State are three fundamental concepts in social and political philosophy. This book does a nice job of analyzing the concepts and showing their relationships.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.