Uvod u političku filozofiju
In An Introduction to Political Philosophy,Jonathan Wolff presents broad and aphoristic argumentation pro et contra the most crucial questions of political philosophy. These questions viz., “what would life be like without government,” “what justifies the State,” “who should rule,” “the value of liberty in society,” “the problem of distributive justice,” and the function of Feminism in political philosophy, are all given scrupulous consideration.
Wolff's writing method crystallizes in the intel...more
He starts by suggesting that we ...more
One criticism of the book is that the first chapter on "The State of Nature" only considers the views of Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau. As a libertarian anarch ...more
- The State of Nature -
The contemporary state claims the right to command its citizens in a variety of ways. What would life be like in a society without such a state?
Hobbes idea was that an absence of government would inevitably result in civil war. Human beings are constantly strifing for felicity. In order to achieve felicity, they have to gain power: But power can only b ...more