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This book gives an admirably lucid and careful account of the central controversies and sites of disagreement in political theory over the last thirty years; it does not sacrifice theoretical sophistication and nuance for the sake of clarity and accessibility, but rather achieves both. The book provides an up to date account of how things stand currently in political philosophy, and will provide an excellent introduction for students from any background.
Useful for information on the state. Could be used to introduced the modern theory to compare to classical
Though limited mostly with liberal thinkers, a good reading material for the beginners of political thought.
Really useful introductions. Very approachable for UG students.
This book, together with Farrely's Reader, is really, really wonderful stuff for any introductory course for 2nd year students or higher. If I could redesign our present course on Contemporary Political Theory, I'd almost certainly adopt this text.
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