Social and Political Philosophy: A Contemporary Introduction

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Index

a
abortion 115-16
Adorno, T. 191
affirmative action 5 , 156 n. 3, 161 , 163
alienation 193-4
analytic philosophy 4
anti-paternalism see paternalism
anti-perfectionism see perfectionism
Aristotle 16 , 60 , 61 , 103 , 104 , 131 n. 6
Arneson, R. 84 n. 16
authority:
political 7 , 8 , 25-59 , 96 , 103 , 108 , 116 , 127 , 128 ;
and conservatism 127-9 , 153 ;
de facto and de jure25
autonomy 7 , 15 , 17 , 27 , 66 , 94 , 95-7 , 101 , 102-3 , 104-5 , 113 , 119 , 125 , 127-8 , 131 , 134-5 , 139 , 140 , 144 , 149 , 178-9 , 182 , 193 n. 7, 206 , 209-10 ;
and care ethics 170 , 174 ;
and communities 139 ;
and culture 146-7 ;
and feminism 166-7 , 168-9 ;
and ideology 193 ;
and marriage 168 ;
and race 159-60

b
Bell, D. 131 n. 6, 142 n. 10
Benjamin, W. 191
Boxill, B. 156 n. 3
burdens of judgement 112 ;
see also Rawls, J.
Burke, E. 126
Butler, J. 206 , 207 n. 17

c
capitalism 1 , 20 , 47 , 62 , 66 , 67 , 141 , 149 , 175 ;
and Marxism 186 , 188-99
care ethics 16-17 , 170-3
categorical imperative 15 , 50 ;
see also Kant, I.
Christiano, T. 41 n. 8
civic education 142
civic republicanism 142
class 188-9 , 196
collective choice 142-3 ;
see also democracy
commodity fetishism 190
communitarianism 16 , 130-45 , 209 ;
as a positive political view 141-5
communities:
definition of 145 ;
effect of liberalism upon 139-41
conceptual analysis see philosophic method
consent 39 , 44-6 , 48 , 51 , 52-6 ;
tacit 44
conservatism 6 , 126-30 , 142 ;
and perfectionism 127
constructivism 95 , 110 , 136 , 209
contracts 26 , 54 , 65 , 168 ;
and libertarianism 71-4 ;
see also social contract
coordination game 38-9
critical race theory 157-63
critical theory xii , 191

d
democracy 34 , 56 , 86 , 87 , 117-19 , 120 , 178 , 179-80 , 186 , 211 , 212-13 ;
and communitarianism 142-3 ;
constitutional 112-13 ;
in Hobbes 34 ;
and legitimacy of political power 119 ;
liberal 6-9 , 95 ;
in Rousseau 49
deontology 15-16 , 50 ;
see also Kant, I.
Descartes, R. 201
desert of economic advantages 64
difference principle 53 , 76-8 , 79-80 , 91 , 111 ;
see also Rawls J.
discrimination 75 , 86,155-7 , 160-3 , 164 , 165 , 181

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