Idealist Poltical Philosophy: Pluralism and Conflict in the Absolute Idealist Tradition
BeschreibungShowing the inseparability of the British idealists' social and political radicalism from the inherent logic of idealism, this book makes extensive use of previously unpublished British idealist manuscripts.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; Chapter 1: Hegel on state-formation and the tragedy of war; Chapter 2: 'A Working Theory of Life': T. H. Green on franchise reform; Chapter 3: 'An Unregenerate Hegelian': Edward Caird on History and sittlichkeit; Chapter 4: Bernard Bosanquet on Individuality and the State; Chapter 6: Idealism and cultural diversity; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
PortraitDr Colin Tyler is Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Hull. He is the author of T.H. Green and the Philosophical Foundations of Politics (Mellen, 1997) and numerous journal articles
Pressestimmen"'Colin Tyler's [work] fills a gap in our full appreciation of British Idealism. His discussion of important issues such as pluralism, conflict and virtues not only reveals the diversity and richness of British Idealism's political and social philosophy, it also connects well with current concerns of political theory' Avital Simhony, Arizona State University 'Dr Tyler is offering an original and challenging fresh look at a major school of nineteenth-century British political thought. There is no existing book which covers this range of material or raises these issues' Peter Nicholson, University of York"
Untertitel: 'Continuum Studies in British P'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BLOOMSBURY ACADEMIC UK
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2006
Seitenanzahl: 232 Seiten