HOW DO YOU TAKE A SPACE AND TURN IT INTO AN EXPERIENCE?
Drawing on inspiration from the documentary Happy and the Oak Park Public […]
Steven M. Cahn
Robert B. Talisse
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Moving beyond Rawls, this succinct anthology provides an effective survey of critical works in contemporary political philosophy. Many of the issues central to the history of political philosophy are still being debated. Steven M. Cahn and Robert B. Talisse have assembled this volume to enable professors to teach the contemporary debates along with their historical antecedents. The readings are specially selected by the editors for their accessibility and philosophical impact and are arranged according to five key topics of contemporary debate: equality, justice, liberty, democracy, and human rights. Each part includes three essays presenting unique and sometimes competing views. Thorough part introductions from the editors help orient students and frame the readings that follow, and discussion questions give students an opportunity to reflect on the topics and reach their own conclusions. Brief, engaging, and student-friendly, this important collection is the perfect addition to any political philosophy course.
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