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Political Philosophy: Methodology | Internet Encyclopedia ...
Political Philosophy: Methodology. Political philosophy begins with the question: what ought to be a person's relationship to society? The subject seeks the application of ethical concepts to the social sphere and thus deals with the variety of forms of government and social existence that people could live in – and in so doing, it also ...
Political philosophy | Britannica.com
Political philosophy: Political philosophy, branch of philosophy that is concerned, at the most abstract level, with the concepts and arguments involved in political opinion.
Locke's Political Philosophy (Stanford Encyclopedia of ...
1. Natural Law and Natural Rights. Perhaps the most central concept in Locke’s political philosophy is his theory of natural law and natural rights.
Locke, John: Political Philosophy | Internet Encyclopedia ...
John Locke: Political Philosophy. John Locke (1632-1704) presents an intriguing figure in the history of political philosophy whose brilliance of exposition and breadth of scholarly activity remains profoundly influential.
Liberalism - Wikipedia
Civil and political rights; Cultural liberalism; Democracy. Liberal democracy; Economic liberalism; Egalitarianism; Free market; Free trade; Freedom of the press
Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy
Back Issues: Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy publishes 3 times a year. Issues are posted online Jan/Feb, May/June and Sept/Oct. Prior to Volume 38, Interpretation was published hardcopy.
Ancient Political Philosophy (Stanford Encyclopedia of ...
Ancient political philosophy is understood here to mean ancient Greek and Roman thought from the classical period of Greek thought in the fifth century BCE to the end of the Roman empire in the West in the fifth century CE, excluding the rise of Christian ideas about politics during that period.
Political Philosophy - By Branch / Doctrine - The Basics ...
Political philosophy is the study of fundamental questions about the state, government, politics, liberty, justice and the enforcement of a legal code by authority.It is Ethics applied to a group of people, and discusses how a society should be set up and how one should act within a society.
Christian Socialism | political philosophy | Britannica.com
Christian Socialism: Christian Socialism,, movement of the mid-19th century that attempted to apply the social principles of Christianity to modern industrial life.
The Political Philosophy of John Calvin - Law & Liberty
What is Calvin’s relationship to the foundations of modern politics? One obvious answer is that Calvin doesn’t have one. On this view, modern political thought begins by rejecting revelation (Christian or otherwise) and embracing reason.