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Anderson has covered all of these aspects of Aron's work with admirable clarity and has convincingly established the case for understanding Aron's overall intelligibility in terms of political reason. A particular strength of the book is the treatment of Aron's critique of ideology in which the conecpt of a secular religion provides the driving force. The book is to be commended both for the author's lucidity and the strength of the case he makes for taking Aron much more seriously as a social and political analyst.
|1||Introduction: Raymond Aron and the Defense of Political Reason||1|
|2||From the Philosophy of History to Political Reason||21|
|3||The Critique of Ideology||61|
|5||Conclusion: Raymond Aron and Contemporary Political Theory||167|