9780321159755

Ideals and Ideologies: A Reader

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    9780321159755

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    0321159756

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/1/2004
  • Publisher: Longman
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Table of Contents

Preface to the Fifth Edition v
About the Editors vi
Introduction vii
PART ONE The Concept of Ideology 1(10)
1 Terrell Carver-Ideology: The Career of a Concept
3(8)
PART TWO The Democratic Ideal 11(58)
2 Euripides-Democracy and Despotism
14(2)
3 Pericles-Funeral Oration
16(5)
4 Aristotle-Democratic Judgment and the "Middling" Constitution
21(5)
5 Niccolò Machiavelli What's Wrong with Princely Rule?
26(4)
6 John Adams-What Is a Republic?
30(6)
7 Bill of Rights of the United States
36(2)
8 Alexis de Tocqueville-Democracy and Equality
38(8)
9 John Stuart Mill-Democratic Participation and Political Education
46(7)
10 Michael Walzer-Town Meetings and Workers' Control
53(9)
11 Danielle Allen-Democracy and the Power of Education
62(7)
PART THREE Liberalism 69(74)
12 Thomas Hobbes-The State of Nature and the Basis of Obligation
72(7)
13 John Locke-Toleration and Government
79(15)
14 Thomas Paine-Government, Rights, and the Bonds Between Generations
94(4)
15 Declaration of Independence of the United States
98(3)
16 Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens
101(3)
17 Adam Smith-Private Profit, Public Good
104(3)
18 Immanuel Kant-Freedom and Enlightenment
107(3)
19 John Stuart Mill-Liberty and Individuality
110(7)
20 William Graham Sumner-According to the Fitness of Things
117(4)
21 T.H. Green-Liberalism and Positive Freedom
121(4)
22 Donald Allen-Paternalism vs. Democracy: A Libertarian View
125(4)
23 Murray Rothbard-Libertarian Anarchism
129(4)
24 Thomas A. Spragens, Jr.-The Limitations of Libertarianism
133(10)
PART FOUR Conservatism 143(52)
25 Edmund Burke-Society, Reverence, and the "True Natural Aristocracy"
145(7)
26 Joseph de Maistre-Conservatism as Reaction
152(4)
27 William Wordsworth-The Poet as Conservative
156(3)
28 José Ortega y Gasset-Revolt of the Masses
159(4)
29 Michael Oakeshott-On Being Conservative
163(9)
30 Jacquetta Hawkes-The Woodpeckers and the Starlings
172(4)
31 Robert H. Bork-Modern Liberalism and Cultural Decline
176(8)
32 Ralph Reed-A Religious Conservative Vision for America
184(11)
PART FIVE Socialism and Communism: More to Marx 195(28)
33 Thomas More-Utopia
197(7)
34 Robert Owen-Address to the Inhabitants of New Lanark
204(4)
35 Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels-The Communist Manifesto
208(13)
36 Karl Marx-On the Materialist Conception of History
221(2)
PART SIX Socialism and Communism After Marx 223(72)
37 Eduard Bernstein-Evolutionary Socialism
225(6)
38 V.I. Lenin-Revisionism, Imperialism, and Revolution
231(13)
39 Leon Trotsky-The Permanent Revolution
244(4)
40 Mao Zedong-On the People's Democratic Dictatorship
248(10)
41 Mikhail Bakunin-Anarcho-Communism vs. Marxism
258(3)
42 Emma Goldman-Anarchism: What It Really Stands For
261(9)
43 George Bernard Shaw-Fabian Socialism
270(5)
44 Edward Bellamy-Looking Backward
275(10)
45 Carol C. Gould-Socialism and Democracy
285(10)
PART SEVEN Fascism 295(40)
46 Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau-Civilization and Race
297(7)
47 Benito Mussolini-The Doctrine of Fascism
304(8)
48 Alfredo Rocco-The Political Theory of Fascism
312(6)
49 Adolf Hitler-Nation and Race
318(17)
PART EIGHT Liberation Ideologies and the Politics of Identity 335(78)
50 Martin Luther King, Jr.-Letter from Birmingham Jail
338(11)
51 Steve Biko-Black Consciousness and the Quest for a True Humanity
349(6)
52 Mary Wollstonecraft-A Vindication of the Rights of Women
355(5)
53 Sarah Grimké-Letters on the Equality of the Sexes
360(8)
54 Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions
368(4)
55 Marilyn Frye-Oppression
372(9)
56 John Corvino-Homosexuality: The Nature and Harm Arguments
381(9)
57 Oren Lyons-Spirituality, Equality, and Natural Law
390(6)
58 Gustavo Gutierrez-Liberation Theology
396(6)
59 Peter Singer-All Animals Are Equal
402(11)
PART NINE "Green" Politics: Ecology as Ideology 413(36)
60 Aldo Leopold-The Land Ethic
416(11)
61 Wendell Berry-Getting Along with Nature
427(8)
62 Dave Foreman-Putting the Earth First
435(6)
63 Petra Kelly-Thinking Green!
441(8)
PART TEN Political Islam and the Future of Ideology 449
64 Bernard Lewis-Secularism and the Civil Society
452(13)
65 Abd al-Salam Faraj-The Neglected Duty
465

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