Mind and Political Concepts : Pergamon International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Social Studies

By: Talmor, EzraMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (147 p.)ISBN: 9781483279473Subject(s): Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. Leviathan | Plato. Republic | Political science | Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778. Du contrat socialGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mind and Political Concepts : Pergamon International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Social StudiesDDC classification: 320.01 | 320/.01 LOC classification: JA71 .T355 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Mind and Political Concepts; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Introduction; REFERENCES; CHAPTER I. Plato: The Beginning of the Conceptual Method; THE POLITICAL ORDER; THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR; SCIENCE VERSUS DIALECTIC; REFERENCES; CHAPTER II. Hobbes: The Beginning of the Scientific Conceptual Method; THE METHOD; THE MENTAL ORDER; THE POLITICAL ORDER; MORALITY AND ITS COORDINATES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER III. Rousseau or the Un-Philosophical Analysis of Human Nature and the State; THE METHOD; HUMAN NATURE; THE SOCIAL CONTRACT; FREEDOM AND MORALITY
REFERENCESCHAPTER IV. The Structure of a Political Theory; REFERENCES; CHAPTER V. Philosophy of Mind and Psychology; REFERENCES; CHAPTER VI. Mind and Political Concepts; REFERENCES; Bibliography; Index
Summary: Mind and Political Concepts provides a descriptive account of the Conceptual Method as applied to Political Philosophy. The starting point of this six-chapter book is the analysis of the notions of psychological coercion and of social coercion and on the basis of this analysis to evolve a notion of political obligation. The first three chapters cover the three classical political philosophies: Plato's philosophical method and its influence in fixing the realm of inquiry of the political order, the structure of human behavior, science versus dialectic; Hobbes' scientific conceptual method; and
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Front Cover; Mind and Political Concepts; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Introduction; REFERENCES; CHAPTER I. Plato: The Beginning of the Conceptual Method; THE POLITICAL ORDER; THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR; SCIENCE VERSUS DIALECTIC; REFERENCES; CHAPTER II. Hobbes: The Beginning of the Scientific Conceptual Method; THE METHOD; THE MENTAL ORDER; THE POLITICAL ORDER; MORALITY AND ITS COORDINATES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER III. Rousseau or the Un-Philosophical Analysis of Human Nature and the State; THE METHOD; HUMAN NATURE; THE SOCIAL CONTRACT; FREEDOM AND MORALITY

REFERENCESCHAPTER IV. The Structure of a Political Theory; REFERENCES; CHAPTER V. Philosophy of Mind and Psychology; REFERENCES; CHAPTER VI. Mind and Political Concepts; REFERENCES; Bibliography; Index

Mind and Political Concepts provides a descriptive account of the Conceptual Method as applied to Political Philosophy. The starting point of this six-chapter book is the analysis of the notions of psychological coercion and of social coercion and on the basis of this analysis to evolve a notion of political obligation. The first three chapters cover the three classical political philosophies: Plato's philosophical method and its influence in fixing the realm of inquiry of the political order, the structure of human behavior, science versus dialectic; Hobbes' scientific conceptual method; and

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