|Author||Hennis, Wilhelm, 1923-|
|Title||Politics as a practical science / Wilhelm Hennis ; translated by Keith Tribe|
|Imprint||Houndmills ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009|
|Descript||xviii, 250p. ; 22 cm|
The problem of the German conception of the state. -- The idea of office and the concept of democracy. -- Democratisation: concept and problematic. -- Legitimacy. On a category of civil society. -- Tocqueville's new political science. -- Goya's reason and the project of modernity. Seeking understanding of 'The dream of reason' (Capricho 43). -- 'Hellenic intellectual culture' and the origins of Weber's political thinking. -- Political science as a vocation. A personal account.
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