Principles of Social & Political Theory

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CONTENTS
BOOK I. STATE AND SOCIETY: An Historical View of the Relation of State and Society and of Theories about their Relation
1. 1. THE IDEAS OF 17891
2. 2. IDEAS TODAY2
3. 3. THE GREEK CITY-STATE5
4. 4. THE IMPACT OF CHRISTIANITY7
5. 5. MEDIEVAL KINGDOMS AND ESTATES11
6. 6. THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY AND THE NATIONAL STATE13
7. 7. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION17
8. 8. GERMAN ROMANTICISM AND IDEALISM19
9. 9. ENGLISH INDIVIDUALISM23
10. 10. MARXIAN SOCIALISM: HEGEL TO LENIN29
11. 11. FRENCH SYNDICALISM AND ITS TREND34
BOOK II. STATE AND SOCIETY: A General View of their Relations
1. 1. THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN SOCIETY AND THE STATE42
2. 2. THE STATE AS A LEGAL ASSOCIATION, AND THE SCOPE OF ITS LEGAL PURPOSE44
3. 3. THE PLACE AND FUNCTION OF SOCIETY IN THE COURSE OF ENGLISH DEVELOPMENT48
4. 4. NATIONAL SOCIETY AND THE NATIONAL STATE53
5. 5. A PRELIMINARY VIEW OF SOVEREIGNTY59
6. 6. THE SOCIAL AREA AND THE NATURE OF SOCIAL GROUPS69
7. 7. THE IDEA OF A SOCIAL PARLIAMENT77
BOOK III. THE PURPOSE OF THE STATE AND THE IDEA OF JUSTICE
1. 1. THE STATE AND LAW89
2. 2. LAW AND JUSTICE97
3. 3. THE MEANING AND ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF JUSTICE102
4. 4. RELIGION AS THE ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF JUSTICE103
5. 5. 'NATURE' AS THE ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF JUSTICE106
6. 6. ECONOMICS AS THE ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF JUSTICE110
7. 7. ETHICS AS THE ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF JUSTICE117
8. 8. INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATION123

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