Political Concepts and Political Theories

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INDEX
Allison, Lincoln, 181
Anarchism, 237, 245, 251, 252, 262
Anscombe, G.E.M., 24
Aristotle, 155
on human telos, 226
on treating equals equally, 144, 185
on treating unequals unequally, 128
Ashley, William, 208
Augustine, Saint, 24
account of language, 12-14
characterization of politics, 66
Authority, Chap. 10
"an" authority, 237-242, 245
and justice, 246-251
and anarchism, 237, 251, 252
and cooperation, 242ff
and coordination problems, 242-245
and disputes about justice, 247
and expertise in socialism, 51
and Hobbes's state of nature, 244
and positive liberty, 88
and preemptive reasons, 247, 257, 258
and rationalism, 53
anti-rationalist conservative view of, 239-241
as anti-egalitarian, 251
as expertise, 237ff
as inegalitarian, 251, 252
as surrender of judgment, 237, 241-245
as way of providing social order, 112
based on consent in liberalism, 92, 143, 159, 160
being "in" authority, 241-251
conservative conception as case of justice, 239
conservative view of, 51
coordinator conception of, 244, 246, 247, 249, 258
democratic, 252, 253, 255
distinguished from advice, 238
epistemological elements in umpire account, 249-251
Hobbesian and Lockean views contrasted, 251
Lenin's view of, 256
liberal conception not based on expertise, 248, 249
limit of on umpire view, 249-251
not natural in Locke's theory, 159
obedience when you disagree with, 245
of experts based on inequality, 238
of experts in socialism, 256, 257
of law, 245
of the people in Rousseau, 255
of umpires mix of "in" and "an" authority, 249

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