Liberal Political Science Of Raymond Aron / Edition 192

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Editorial Reviews

The New England Reviews Of Books
The finest philosophical treatise on the political science of Raymond Aron available.
The Review Of Politics
This is an extremely well-written book and . . . gives an exceptionally full and contextual picture of Aron's intellectual project.
Crisis
. . . comprehensive and balanced, deeply reflective and sharply focused . . . Mahoney's study of Aron's thought is important . . .
Pierre Manent
Mahoney's book is the best to date about the great French political thinker.
Thomas L. Pangle
A sober and comprehensive as well as thought-provoking introduction to Aron as political scientist.
Stanley Hoffmann
A timely, serious and perceptive study of one of the most important thinkers of this century . . .
Barry Cooper
. . . splendid book. . . . Like Aron, Mahoney is realistic in his understanding of politics and insightful in his appreciation of political philosophy.
James Ceaser
This excellent analysis . . . is . . . thoughtful, intellectually honest, and above all, courageous in its willingness to challenge contemporary intellectual doctrines.
The New England Review Of Books
The finest philosophical treatise on the political science of Raymond Aron available.
The Review of Politics
This is an extremely well-written book and . . . gives an exceptionally full and contextual picture of Aron's intellectual project.
Crisis
. . . comprehensive and balanced, deeply reflective and sharply focused . . . Mahoney's study of Aron's thought is important . . .
First Things
Daniel J. Mahoney's brief, lucid and highly stimulating treatment will no doubt help generate enthusiasm for Aron's writings and build up his stature in the English-speaking world.
Ethics
Anyone seeking a clear and accurate introduction to Aron's vast oeuvre would be well advised to read Mahoney's concise and extremely sympathetic overview.
Interpretation
...a brilliant analysis...deserves a wide audience....Mahoney's prose is strong and crisp....As Aron's texts always remained 'exciting' for Daniel Mahoney, so does Mahoney's study remain for the reader.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780847677160
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc
  • Publication date: 11/28/1992
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 192
  • Pages: 204
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel J. Mahoney, Assistant Professor of Politics at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts, has written widely on politics and political thought.
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