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Reason, Conflict and Power : Modern Political and Social Thought from 1688 to the Present - Jim Rodgers

Reason, Conflict and Power

Modern Political and Social Thought from 1688 to the Present

By: Jim Rodgers, Wes Miller (Contribution by), Tricia Klosky (Contribution by), Tim Kullman (Contribution by), Stephanine Rodgers (Contribution by)

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Published: 13th January 2004
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In Reason, Conflict and Power, Jim Rodgers provides an analytic, general survey of major political and social theorists of the "modern" era, from 1688 to the present. Major political belief systems are described and explained in a manner that is clearly connected to the chief writers of democratic capitalism, socialism, fascism, nationalism, feminism, and environmentalism, from a historical perspective. Patterns of social thought pertaining to large, private and public organizations, social systems, social conflict and behavior are incorporated into this concise examination of great political and social thinkers and their ideas.

Prefacep. vii
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Introductionp. 1
Locke, Smith and the Foundations of Democratic Capitalismp. 7
Rousseau and Egalitarian Nationalismp. 21
The Political Conservatives: Burke and Humep. 29
Utilitarian Reformers: Bentham and Millp. 37
The Rise of Socialism--Revolutionary Marxists and Evolutionary Social Criticsp. 47
Fascism, National Socialismp. 61
Max Weber and the Rise of the Modern Bureaucratic Statep. 73
Functionalism or the Lack Thereof in Modern Society: Durkheimp. 81
Modernity and Conflict Theoristsp. 91
Microsocial Perspectives--Viewing Daily Lifep. 103
Cross-cultural Theories for the 21st Century: Feminism, Fundamentalism and Environmentalismp. 113
Conclusionp. 125
People and Terms to Knowp. 129
Referencesp. 131
Indexp. 137
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ISBN: 9780761827092
ISBN-10: 0761827099
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 152
Published: 13th January 2004
Publisher: University Press of America
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.3  x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.21