Readings in Political Ideologies since the Rise of Modern Science by H. B. McCulloughReadings in Political Ideologies since the Rise of Modern Science by H. B. McCullough

Readings in Political Ideologies since the Rise of Modern Science

byH. B. McCullough, Wolfgang Depner

Paperback | February 12, 2013

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This comprehensive reader explores core ideas and theorists through classic and contemporary primary source readings. Including Canadian examples and engaging pedagogy throughout, this text covers a wide range of diverse and intersecting ideologies to give students a well-rounded introductionto the discipline.
H.B. McCullough is a professor of political science at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan. He is the author of several books and journal articles on political philosophy and ideologies, including OUP's Political Ideologies. Wolfgang Depner is a Ph.D. candidate and instructor in interdisciplinary studies at the University of ...
Title:Readings in Political Ideologies since the Rise of Modern ScienceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.81 inPublished:February 12, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

AcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart One: Classical Liberalism1. John Locke: Of Property2. Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu: Of the Principles of the Three Kinds of Government3. Adam Smith: Of Restraints upon the Importation from Foreign Countries of Such Goods as Can Be Produced at Home4. Immanuel Kant: What Is Enlightenment?5. James Madison: No. 10Part Two: Conservatism6. Edmund Burke: Reflections on the Revolution in France7. Aldous Huxley: The Perennial Philosophy8. Russell Kirk: Ten Conservative Principles9. William F.Buckley Jr.: To Preserve What We Have10. Roger Scruton: Leisure, Cult, and CulturePart Three: Reform Liberalism11. John Stuart Mill: Introductory12. John Dewey: Renascent Liberalism13. John Maynard Keynes: The End of Laissez-Faire14. Pierre Elliott Trudeau: Federalism and the French Canadians15. John Rawls: Principles of the Law of Peoples16. Will Kymlicka: Liberalism in Culturally Plural SocietiesPart Four: Marxism17. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: Bourgeois and Proletarians18. Vladimir I. Lenin: Imperialism, as a Special Stage of Capitalism19. Sigmund Freud: Civilization and Its Discontents20. Mao Tse-tung: On Contradiction21. Rosa Luxemburg: The Nationalities Question22. B. S. Chimni: Marxism and International LawPart Five: Democratic Socialism23. R.H. Tawney: Liberty and Equality24. David Lewis and Frank Scott: Regina Manifesto25. Peter Self: The Revival of Political Choice26. Anthony Giddens: Neoprogessivism: A New Agenda for Social Democracy27. Linda McQuaig: Nudists and CapitalistsPart Six: Fascism and Neo-nationalism28. F.T. Marinetti: The Futurist Manifesto29. Benito Mussolini: The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism30. Adolf Hitler: The Twenty-Five Points of the German Workers' Party, 192031. Hannah Arendt: An Expert on the Jewish Question32. Detlev F. Vagts: International Law in the Third Reich33. Geert Wilders: SpeechPart Seven: Pacifism34. Leo Tolstoy: Nobel's Bequest: A Letter Addressed to a Swedish Editor35. M.K.Gandhi: The Theory and Practice of Satyagraha36. Aldous Huxley: Morality of Pacifism37. Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein: The Russell-Einstein Manifesto38. Ursula Franklin: The Nature of War in a Technological SocietyPart Eight: Neo-liberalism and Globalization39. M. Frederic Bastiat: Government40. James M. Buchanan: Classical Liberalism as an Organizing Ideal41. Jagdish Bhagwati: Two Critiques of Globalization42. Alan Greenspan: Education and Income Inequality43. Naomi Klein: Blank Is Beautiful: Three Decades of Erasing and Remaking the WorldPart Nine: Feminism44. Lorenne M.G. Clark: Women and Locke: Who Owns the Apples in the Garden of Eden?45. Susan Moller Okin: The Barely Visible Family46. Martha C. Nussbaum: The Capabilities Approach47. Lorraine Code: A Feminist Epistemology48. Alice Schwarzer: The Function of Sexuality in the Oppression of Women49. Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Portrait of a Heroine as a Young WomanPart Ten: Environmentalism50. Arne Naess: A Platform of the Deep Ecology Movement51. Andrew Dobson: Deep Ecology: Ethics as a Code of Conduct52. World Scientists' Warning to Humanity53. Murray Bookchin: Freedom and Necessity in Nature: A Problem in Ecological Ethics54. John Barry: Greening Social TheoryPart Eleven: Religious Fundamentalism55. Harry Emerson Fosdick: Shall the Fundamentalists Win?56. Kevin Phillips: Church, State, and National Decline57. Sayyidd Qutb: The Present and Future of Islam58. Michael Feige: Hostile Visitors: The Palestinians in the Settlers' Worldview59. Motti Inbari: Rabbi Avraham Yitzak Hacohen Kook and Merkaz Harava YeshivaAdditional Readings and Web LinksGlossaryReferences*Note: Every part includes:- Introduction- Critical Thinking Questions- Biographies

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