Conservatism: John Rawls A Theory Of Justice

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John Rawls, (1921-2002)
Conservatism | Liberalism | New Century
Rawls 's late works dealt with the issue of stability: whether to stand firm regulated by the two principles of justice? His answer to this question is contained in a collection of lectures Political Liberalism (Political Liberalism). The Rals introduced the idea of pervasive consensus, agreement on the basis of justice as well as good relations between citizens of different religious and philosophical views on the world (ie, different notions of good). In the same section introduced the term public reason - ways of reasoning common to all citizens. Rawls 's A Theory of Justice (Theory of Justice 1971) is the most important normative work of political philosophy
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Her work, The roots of totalitarianism (The Origins of Totalitarianism, 1951), caused many controversies of the last century, particularly with regard to the withdrawal of parallels between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union under Stalin (regardless of the obvious ideological inconsistencies and bloody war from 1941 to 1945th

Carl Joachim Friedrich, (1901-1984)
Constitutionalism | New Century
He is a professor of numerous universities. His work on the law and constitutionalism made him one of America 's leading political theorists in the period after World War II. Karl Friedrich was a German, born in Leipzig. He was educated at several universities, a doctorate is in Heidelberg, and immediately began to build a distinguished career of political theorists. He taught at Harvard until his retirement in 1971, and then in the UK. He also worked on Letters and occupied important positions advisor. His most important works are Kons

(Joseph Schumpeter, 1883-1950)
Democracy | Marxism | New Age |
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His most famous work is the Elements di Scienza Politica (1923 g.).

Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923)
Elite | New Age | Sociologists
Born in 1884, the son of a Genoese and French women, Pareto studied engineering at the University of Turin. The five-year program of civil engineering, of which the first two years were devoted to mathematics, deeply influenced the Pareto future perspective. His first work, Cours d 'economie politique (1896-1897), contained a well-known law of distribution of income, a complex mathematical formulation which he tried to prove that the distribution of income and wealth in society is not accidental, but that it has historically performed by a consistent pattern, in all societies, in all parts of the world.

(Carl Schmitt, 1888-1985)
Absolute State | Constitutionalism | German right | New Age | Religion and
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