Political Philosophy Cross-Examined: Perennial Challenges to the Philosophic Life
T. Pangle, J. Lomax
Springer, Apr 10, 2013 - Political Science - 214 pages
Political societies frequently regard philosophers as potential threats to morality and religion, and those who speak for politics often demand a defense of philosophy. This book will address philosophy as a mode of existence put into question.
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