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By Donald Tannenbaum

INVENTORS OF principles connects the most important philosophers' unique political and societal perspectives with present politics and political idea. considerably revised to offer elevated assurance to the main thinkers, the 3rd variation covers the conventional canon of writers. INVENTORS OF principles offers scholars the sensible and ancient foundations with which to examine modern political concerns.

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Concept Clarification. The next step in reconciling philosophical conflicts is to expose their underlying meaning through concept clarification. This exercise must be done by remaining as objective and unbiased as possible, always trying to view the issues through the mind of the philosopher. Concept clarification requires that we look at ideas such as justice or equality in their abstract or general form. “All men are created equal” is a moral prescription, as we have seen, but depending on who recommends it, the statement may apply to a vague sort of equal opportunity, to political equality (one person, one vote), or even to some kind of social or economic equality (among other things).

Orend, Brian. The Morality of War. : Broadview Press, 2000. Rosen, Stanley. The Ancients and the Moderns: Rethinking Modernity. : Yale University Press, 1989. *Strauss, Leo. Natural Right and History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953. The following works are listed here and are relevant to a number of chapters. Coole, Diana H. Women in Political Theory. : Lynne Rienner, 1988, 1993. Elshtain, Jean Bethke. Public Man, Private Woman. : Princeton University Press, 1981, 1991. Gilligan, Carol and David A.

The opposite view, that people should be treated as if they are unequal despite any apparent similarities, and the political system organized accordingly, has been held by a number of writers, beginning with Plato. 29. Henry David Thoreau, “Civil Disobedience,” in Walden and Civil Disobedience, ed.  Thomas (New York: Norton, 1966), 231. In a note the editor points out that Copernicus was not actually excommunicated, but that his writings on the solar system were banned by the Roman Catholic Church.

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