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  • Title: The Economic Limits to Modern Politics
  • Author: JohnDunn Richard F. Teichgraeber III
  • ISBN: 9780521421515
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback

  • The most important theoretical and practical problem of contemporary political understanding is the problem of how to understand the economic dimension It is a central cognitive responsibility of contemporary political science, economics, and sociology to show us exactly how it can be understood But none of these social sciences at present offers a compelling general appThe most important theoretical and practical problem of contemporary political understanding is the problem of how to understand the economic dimension It is a central cognitive responsibility of contemporary political science, economics, and sociology to show us exactly how it can be understood But none of these social sciences at present offers a compelling general approach to such understanding The purpose of this volume is to bring out the historical novelty and intellectual importance of this predicament, to show how it has arisen, and to suggest, by bringing it into clearer and steadier focus, how we might begin to remedy it The book s contributors range from historians of ideas to economic theorists All of them bring to bear upon the issue the particular approaches of their own intellectual disciplines Anyone seriously concerned with understanding modern politics, either academically or in practice, can learn extensively from careful reading and close consideration of their arguments.
    JohnDunn Richard F. Teichgraeber III
    Librarian Note There is than one author by this name in the data base.John Mountfort Dunn is emeritus Professor of Political Theory at King s College, Cambridge, and Visiting Professor in the Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Chiba University, Japan.Dunn s work focuses on applying a historical perspective to modern political theory His early reputation was based upon the careful reconstruction of the political thought of John Locke Together with his contemporary, the historian Quentin Skinner, and their mentor colleague J.G.A Pocock, he offered methodological prescriptions in the late 1960s which aimed at correcting the historical insensitivity of political science by reconstructing what past political thinkers intended to do in writing Much of his subsequent work reflective essays, edited collections, and several books has tackled substantive issues in political theory, although his historical sense continues to inform a certain skepticism about the degree to which politics is ultimately amenable to reason He is the author of The Cunning of Unreason 2001 , a work that discusses how the limits of human knowledge and rationality prevent democratic republicanism from achieving all that it promises His reflections upon the vicissitudes of democracy as a political ideal have continued with Setting the People Free the Story of Democracy 2005.


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