Modern Political Thought
August 1991, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Shaking the Foundations of Political Theory.
2. Human Nature and Political Theory.
3. Liberalism, Rights and Justice.
5. The Claims of Need and Politics.
6. Liberty, Interests and Morality.
7. Rights and the State.
8. Justice, Punishment and the State.
9. Political Philosophy on Dover Beach: Reasoning, Context and Community.
* Situates these debates against the historical background.
* Examines theoretical issues in a practical context.