Social and Political Philosophy: Classical Western Texts in Feminist and Multicultural Perspectives, 2/e / Edition 2

Social and Political Philosophy: Classical Western Texts in Feminist and Multicultural Perspectives, 2/e / Edition 2

by James P. Sterba
     
 

ISBN-10: 0534527442

ISBN-13: 9780534527440

Pub. Date: 08/28/1997

Publisher: Wadsworth

This anthology, with general and special introductions by the author, puts the historical development of Western social and political philosophy into both feminist and multicultural perspectives. Each of the book's sections provides a solid foundation of classic western readings, followed by articles with feminist and multicultural perspectives.

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This anthology, with general and special introductions by the author, puts the historical development of Western social and political philosophy into both feminist and multicultural perspectives. Each of the book's sections provides a solid foundation of classic western readings, followed by articles with feminist and multicultural perspectives.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534527440
Publisher:
Wadsworth
Publication date:
08/28/1997
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
589
Product dimensions:
7.45(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.93(d)

Table of Contents

General Introduction. I. PLATO. 1. Plato: The Republic. 2. Lynda Lange: The Function of Equal Education in Plato's Republic. 3. Confucius: The Analects. II: ARISTOTLE AND MARSONIUS RUFUS. 4. Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics. 5. Aristotle: The Politics. 6. Marsonius Rufus: Discourses. 7. Elizabeth V. Spelman: Aristotle and the Politicization of the Soul. 8. Ewe Proverbs. III: AQUINAS. 9. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica. 10. Thomas Aquinas: On Kingship. 11. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica. 12. Marie de Gournay: The Equality of Men and Women. 13. Maimonides: Guide of the Perplexed. IV: HOBBES. 14. Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan. 15. Carole Pateman: Hobbes, Patriarchy and Conjugal Right. 16. Bartolome de Las Casas: The Devastation of the Indies. V: LOCKE. 17. John Locke: Two Treatises of Government. 18. Lorenne M. G. Clark: Women and John Locke; or, Who Owns the Apples in the Garden of Eden? 19. Tecumseh: We Must Be United. VI: ROUSSEAU. 20. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Discourse on the Origin of Inequality and Foundations of the Inequality of Mankind. 21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: On the Social Contract. 22. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Emile. 23. Mary Wollstonecraft: A Vindication of the Rights of Women. 24. Ward Churchill: Perversions of Justice: A Native-American Examination of the Doctrine of U.S. Rights to Occupancy in North America. VII: KANT. 25. Immanuel Kant: Theory and Practice. 26. Immanuel Kant: Metaphysics of Morals. 27. Immanuel Kant: Perpetual Peace. 28. Susan Mendus: Kant: An Honest but Narrow-Minded Bourgeois. 29. Mahatma K. Ghandi: On Satyagraha. VIII:MILL AND HARRIET TAYLOR. 30. John Stuart Mill: Utilitarianism. 31. John Stuart Mill: On Liberty. 32. John Stuart Mill: The Subjection of Women. 33. Harriet Taylor: Enfranchisement of Women. 34. Mary Lyndon Shanley: Marital Slavery and Friendship: John stuart Mill's The Subjection of Women. 35. Mo Tzu: Universal Love. IX: MARX AND ENGELS. 36. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto. 37. Karl Marx: Critique of the Gotha Program. 38. Friedrich Engels: The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State. 39. Heidi Hartmann: The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism: Toward a More Progressive Union. 40. E. F. Schumacher: Buddhist Economics. X: RAWLS AND HOSPERS. 41. John Rawls: A Theory of Justice. 42. John Rawls: The Domain of the Political and Overlapping Consensus. 43. John Hospers: The Libertarian Manifesto. 44. Susan Moller Okin: Justice as Fairness—For Whom? 45. Franz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth. XI: HABERMAS AND FOUCAULT. 46. Jurgen Habermas: Discourse Ethics. 47. Michel Foucault: Power/Knowledge. 48. Sandra Bartky: Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power. 49. Cornel West: Philosophy, Politics, and Power: An Afro-American Perspective. XII: MACINTYRE AND CHARLES TAYLOR. 50. Alasdair MacIntyre: The Privatization of the Good. 51. Charles Taylor: Atomism. 52. Marilyn Friedman: Feminism and Modern Friendship: Dislocating the Community. 53. Helena Norberg-Hodge: Ancient Futures. XIII: CATHERINE MACKINNON AND CORNEL WEST. 54. Catherine MacKinnon: Toward a Feminist Jurisprudence. 55. Cornel West: The Politics of American Neo-Pragmatism. XIV: James P. Sterba: Concluding Philosophical Postscript: Reconciling Social and Political Ideals.

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