Includes bibliographical references and index.
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This book is a significant contribution to a better understanding of the distinctive character of Tocqueville's liberalism. The author argues that Tocqueville seeks to reconcile the Christian and the citizen in the context of modernity. Alexis de Tocqueville, (born J , Paris, France—died Ap , Cannes), political scientist, historian, and politician, best known for Democracy in America, 4 vol. (–40), a perceptive analysis of the political and social system of the United States in the early 19th century. Newly translated and edited, ‘Recollections’ contains Tocqueville’s raw thoughts as a participant in the upheavals that shook France between and “Democracy in America” by Alexis de Tocqueville is one of the most influential books ever written about America. While historians have viewed “Democracy” as a rich source about the age of Andrew Jackson, Tocqueville was more of a political thinker than a historian. His "new political science" offers insights into the problematic issues faced by democratic society.
Human beings cannot attain the dignity required for self-government, both as individuals and in communities, unless they can subordinate their bodily desires to their moral and political duties. This book seeks to contribute to a better understanding of liberalism in general and of the distinctive character of Tocqueville's liberalism in particular. Tocqueville's writings can certainly not be qualified as systematic, and hence we have deemed it important to arrange them in a thematic order (rather than historical or biographical) so. Tocqueville - Democracy in America - Author's Introduction As part of our ongoing series of discussions, PJ and I will be covering selections from Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America. The first of these comes courtesy of Princeton Readings in Political Thought. Alexis De Tocqueville’s Thought On Freedom Of Press The issues of the freedom of press and the freedom of speech have for long been discussed by sionals in politics, sociology, communications, and public relations tried to distinguish, whether freedom of press was a positive book of Alexis de Tocqueville is.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ossewaarde, M.R.R. (Marinus Richard Ringo), Tocqueville's moral and political thought. ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THOUGHT V SEMESTER CORE COURSE BA POLITICAL SCIENCE Plato’s concept of the ideal1 state is given in his book ‘The Republic’. It also contains his ideas about ‘Justice’, ‘Education’, ‘Ideal Man’ and should read only literature which is of high moral value and Size: KB. Discover Alexis de Tocqueville famous and rare quotes. Share Alexis de Tocqueville quotations about country, democracy and liberty. A Life in Letters and Politics". Book by Alexis de Tocqueville; edited by Olivier Zunz and Alan S. Kahan, p. , the more I perceived the great political consequences resulting from this new state of. It is not, Tocqueville thought, a virtue native to democracy, though he hoped that it might become, by art, democracy’s second nature. That, I believe, is part of what he meant when he said that “a new political science is needed for a world altogether new.” Democracy in America is the basic textbook of that new political science.