Perspectives on Political Science
Perspect Polit Sci
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Whether discussing Montaigne's case for tolerance or Nietzsche's political critique of modern science, Perspectives on Political Science links contemporary politics and culture to the enduring questions posed by great thinkers from antiquity to the present. Ideas are the lifeblood of the journal, which comprises book reviews (60%) and articles (40%). Recent articles address the paradoxical place of political philosophy in the structure of reality, the movie Miller's Crossing, writings of Charles Griswold, and Hannah Arendt's views on Kafka and the nature of totalitarianism. The authoritative source for reviews of new books on government, politics, international affairs, public policy, and political theory, this journal guides scholars, educators, policy planners, and others who require broad but up-to-date knowledge of the literature published within the last twelve months. General readers as well as specialists will find Perspectives on Political Science stimulating reading.
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