Pages: 240Book format: B5Year of Publication: 2008
Questions of Contemporary Political Philosophy
The authors of the book examine the main issues being discussed in contemporary political philosophy, and reflect on a number of questions which deal with the goals and values that shape relationships between members of political communities. The book is divided into four parts following the most recent debates: 1) Citizenship, public sphere, democracy; 2) Pluralism, multiculturalism, community; 3) Rights and justice; 4) Authority and institutions. The editor emphasises in the introduction that all these issues are not separate but interconnected.