2 edition of politics of equality found in the catalog.
politics of equality
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|LC Classifications||JQ5811 .L5|
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|Pagination||xiv, 520 p.|
|Number of Pages||520|
|LC Control Number||48006780|
The general topic of Book V is constitutional change: what causes constitutions to change; the ways in which different constitutions are susceptible to change; and how constitutions can be preserved. Aristotle argues that the root cause of constitutional change is that different groups have different conceptions of justice and equality. [Equality is] of much use in understanding the course of lateth-Century American history, a time of turmoil that resembles our own." --Kirkus "Americans today are torn by the fierce politics of inequality, but not for the first time in our history. Charles Postel's urgent yet subtle account of the first American Gilded Age ought to be.
Education and the Pursuit of Equality. 7. Women and Work: In Pursuit of Economic Equality. 8. The Politics of Family and fertility: the Last Battleground in the Pursuit of Equality? 9. Setting the Agenda and Taking Action: New Challenges in the Pursuit of Equality. Editorial Reviews "One of the reasons that I chose this book is these themes Price: $ The word “equality” has become one of those buzz-words that everyone uses but nobody defines. It is used in both the church and in politics. Politically and theologically it may be the most powerful, and also the most dangerous word in our modern language. “Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity” was the cry of the French Revolution.
If the advantage of the individual ruler is the goal, the type of rule is mastery, not political rule properly speaking. A key portion of the book is Aristotle's examination of justice and equality, particularly with the regard to the claims to rule made by aristocracies, democracies and oligarchies. Perhaps the two types of equality - economic and political - were too much for one book and he should have limited himself to ideas about economic equality. This was published in 1 I felt like this was a very solid book up until the last 20 pages or so, when it seemed to turn into mushy s musings about identity politics.3/5(1).
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In The Politics of Equality, Jason C. Myers sheds new light on questions like this, providing a readable, contemporary introduction to egalitarian political philosophy. Concentrating on ideas and values rather than on the rise and fall of parties and movements, the book offers crucial insights into a vital tradition of political thought and how.
Timothy N. Thurber explores the links between Senator Hubert Humphrey's policies on racial justice and economic reform. Thurber investigates Humphrey's legislative agenda in the context of the tensions between the class-based politics of the New Deal to which Humphrey wished the party to return and the rights-based politics that eventually came to dominate the Democratic platform.
gent equality politics did not totally supplant the prior concern with redis- The same papers where then published as a book by Routledge inwith the addition of a conclusive chapter.
What Putnam gave us with this book was the idea of social capital. When I was head of the Commission for Racial Equality [now merged into the Equality and Human Rights Commission] I always put it that the two great challenges that face humankind are how we live with the planet and how we live together.
This book argues that the primary political obstacle holding women back in the twenty-first century is a bait and switch promising but simultaneously undercutting gender equality.
Available Formats: Hardcover eBook Softcover. The main aim of the book is to understand the dynamics and to reflect on the consequences of such discursive politics in recent policy making on gender equality. It explores both the potential opportunities that are opened up for the promotion of equality through discursive politics, and the limitations they by: Politics (Greek: Πολιτικά, Politiká) is a work of political philosophy by Aristotle, a 4th-century BC Greek philosopher.
The end of the Nicomachean Ethics declared that the inquiry into ethics necessarily follows into politics, and the two works are frequently considered to be parts of a larger treatise--or perhaps connected lectures--dealing with the "philosophy of human affairs".
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By Pat Pinsent. Edition 1st Edition. First Published A summary of Part X (Section9) in Aristotle's Politics. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Politics and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans.
What geometry can teach us about rights, equality and politics Appealing to self-evidence is no royal road to truth, rather it can lead us astray, into falsehood Alex Lo. WOMEN AND POLITICS examines the pursuit of gender equality from two viewpoints: the legal equality doctrine, which emphasizes gender neutrality, and the fairness doctrine, which recognizes differences between men and women/5(6).
The book outlined a number of policy proposals that (in ) would increase political equality in the US. One of them was a campaign finance reform policy, which after Citizens United v. FEC, is by: 2 Inter-Parliamentary Union Reports and Documents No.
54 Equality in Politics An Overview of Key Findings 3 Equality in Politics A Survey of Women and Men in Parliaments Overview of the Report Parliament is the place where a country’s policy direction is set. existing political momentum to forward the cause of gender equality provides significant opportunities and substantial risks in context of Aceh.
Part III of the book addresses a s econd important. Democracy establishes relationships of political equality, ones in which citizens equally share authority over what they do together and respect one another as equals.
"This book defends a pathbreaking theory of democracy as a partnership among equals. It has all the makings of a classic: commanding clarity, a devastating attack on. The same political insight will enable a man to know which laws are the best, and which are suited to different constitutions; for the laws are, and ought to be, or according to some principle of equality which includes both.
like Plato, in their books about the state. Women and Politics is a comprehensive examination of women's use of politics in pursuit of gender equality.
How can demands for gender equality be reconciled with sex differences. Resolving this paradoxical question has proceeded along two paths: the legal equality doctrine, which emphasizes gender neutrality, and the fairness doctrine, which recognizes differences between men Brand: Lynne Ford.
In the political thought, equality is described that all human beings are equal, and equality in distribution, namely equal distribution of wealth, social opportunities and political power. There are different types of equality such as political, social, legal, natural, and economic equality.
There is a strong link between freedom and equality. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dye, Thomas R. Politics of equality.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. This book analyses social democratic parties’ attempts to tackle inequality in increasingly challenging times. It provides a distinctive contribution to the literature on the so-called ‘crisis’ of social democracy by exploring the role of equality policy in this crisis.
Political equality “a valued good”: political equality gives people the ability to express their political view. It confers on them the sense of selfhood and belonging. It builds community: the community is usually bounded by the cooperative activity toward the shared goals and .Award-winning historian Lisa Duggan examines the links between cultural and economic politics in recent U.S.
history in The Twilight of Equality?, a book that reveals why progressive arguments that separate identity politics and economic policy can only fail.“Duggan offers a thoughtful study of how ongoing, bipartisan sponsorship of 5/5(2).We need Duggan’s book, now more than ever, to point the way to new progressive politics, real social justice and a revitalized public intellectual sphere.” -Judith Halberstam, author of Female Masculinity “Lisa Duggan’s insightful, carefully argued, and passionate book finally makes sense of neo-liberals’ rise to power in the s.