Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology
Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies 3. Aufl.
The revised and updated edition of Goodin and Pettit’s highly-acclaimed contemporary political philosophy anthology, bringing together the field’s most important readings in a single volume Unparalleled in the breadth and scope of its coverage, this newly-revised third edition traces the evolution of political philosophy as a contemporary practice, and raises important questions about the impact of current political events. Fully updated to include 49 contemporary and classic selections from the most distinguished scholars in political philosophy Offers expanded coverage of international affairs and political oppression Includes essays which represent a diversity of political and ideological positions, and features interdisciplinary voices in politics, law, and economics Edited by two of the field’s most highly-respected scholars The ideal collection of primary readings to accompany the Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy, Second Edition (Wiley Blackwell, 2012) for coursework in political philosophy
Preface ix Part I Doing Political Philosophy 1 1 Realism and Moralism in Political Theory 3 Bernard Williams 2 What Do We Want from a Theory of Justice? 13 Amartya Sen 3 Utopophobia 26 David Estlund 4 Political Political Theory: An Inaugural Lecture 37 Jeremy Waldron Part II State and Society 53 5 The State 55 Quentin Skinner 6 State Simplification 77 James C. Scott 7 The Liberal State 105 Catharine A. Mackinnon 8 The Market and the Forum: Three Varieties of Political Theory 116 Jon Elster 9 Invoking Civil Society 130 Charles Taylor Part III Democracy 141 10 The Public Sphere 143 Jürgen Habermas 11 Procedural Democracy 147 Robert A. Dahl 12 Deliberation and Democratic Legitimacy 165 Joshua Cohen 13 Dealing with Difference: A Politics of Ideas or a Politics of Presence? 177 Anne Phillips 14 A “Selection Model” of Political Representation 188 Jane Mansbridge Part IV Justice 207 15 Justice as Fairness 209 John Rawls 16 Nozick’s Entitlements 224 Onora O’neill 17 Justice Engendered 233 Martha Minow 18 Political Responsibility and Structural Injustice 253 Iris Marion Young 19 Superseding Historic Injustice 263 Jeremy Waldron Part V Rights 279 20 Are There Any Natural Rights? 281 H. L. A. Hart 21 Taking Rights Seriously 289 Ronald M. Dworkin 22 Basic Rights 301 Henry Shue 23 The Dark Side of Human Rights 315 Onora O’neill 24 A Defense of Abortion 324 Judith Jarvis Thomson 25 Justice and Minority Rights 334 Will Kymlicka Part VI Liberty 357 26 Two Concepts of Liberty 359 Isaiah Berlin 27 What’s Wrong with Negative Liberty? 376 Charles Taylor 28 A Third Concept of Liberty 386 Quentin Skinner 29 Libertarian Paternalism 403 Richard H. Thaler And Cass R. Sunstein 30 Political Liberalism and Religion: On Separation and Establishment 408 Cécile Laborde Part VII Equality 421 31 Complex Equality 423 Michael Walzer 32 Equality of What? 439 Amartya Sen 33 Equality and Priority 450 Derek Parfit 34 Chance, Choice, and Justice 461 Brian Barry 35 What Is the Point of Equality? 471 Elizabeth S. Anderson Part VIII Oppression 501 36 Power, Right, Truth 503 Michel Foucault 37 The Domination Contract 511 Charles Mills 38 Race, Sex, and Indifference 525 Carole Pateman 39 Respecting Beliefs and Rebuking Rushdie 545 Peter Jones 40 The Structure of Proletarian Unfreedom 561 G. A. Cohen 41 What’s Wrong with Colonialism 577 Lea Ypi Part IX International Affairs 595 42 Just War: The Case of World War II 597 G. E. M. Anscombe 43 National Self?determination 609 Avishai Margalit and Joseph Raz 44 The Ethical Significance of Nationality 622 David Miller 45 The Romance of the Nation?State 632 David Luban 46 Democracy: From City?States to a Cosmopolitan Order? 636 David Held 47 Transnationalizing the Public Sphere: On the Legitimacy and Efficacy of Public Opinion in a Postwestphalian World 658 Nancy Fraser 48 Migration and Poverty 672 Thomas Pogge 49 Humanity and Justice in Global Perspective 682 Brian Barry Index 697
ROBERT E. GOODIN is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Social and Political Theory at Australian National University and a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy. The Founding Editor of The Journal of Political Philosophy, he has published many books, including A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy, Second Edition (Wiley Blackwell, 2012, with P. Pettit). His book Discretionary Time: A New Measure of Freedom (2008 with J.M. Rice, A. Parpo, and L. Eriksson) was awarded the International Social Science Council's Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Social Science Research. PHILIP PETTIT is L. S. Rockefeller University Professor of Human Values at Princeton University and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the Australian National University. He is fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy. Working in moral and political philosophy, and on background issues in the philosophy of mind, he is the author of a number of books, including On the People's Terms, which won the David and Elaine Spitz prize for 2014, and The Birth of Ethics, which appeared in 2018.
"An excellent reader, offering a wide selection from the work of the most important or influential contemporary political philosophers. The quality of the selections is high and the range of topics broad. Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology will serve well in a variety of university courses in political philosophy." Christopher Morris, University of Maryland Since its initial publication in 1997, Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology has risen to prominence as the definitive collection of seminal readings in post-war political philosophy. Unparalleled in the breadth and scope of its coverage, this newly-revised third edition has been expanded to include forty-nine contemporary and classic selections from some of the most distinguished scholars in this increasingly active area of research. These essays trace the evolution of political philosophy as a contemporary practice and raise important questions about recent developments in the discipline and the impact of current political events. Edited by two of the field's most highly-respected scholars, the third edition retains many of the rich, wide-ranging essays that gave the book its initial acclaim while expanding sections on international affairs and political oppression, and contextualizing some of the most active and divisive disciplinary debates. Essays explore topics in economics, law, justice, and national sovereignty across the analytic and continental divide, and represent a diversity of political and ideological positions, balancing traditional liberal scholarship with more radical work and including interdisciplinary voices in politics, law, and economics. Together with A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy, Second Edition (Wiley Blackwell, 2012), Goodin and Pettit's anthology forms the bedrock of a systematic and comprehensive introduction to political philosophy for advanced students and research-active scholars.
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