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Richard E. Flathman : situated concepts, virtuosity liberalism and opalescent individuality
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Éditeur Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Année 2017
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Richard E. Flathman : situated concepts, virtuosity liberalism and opalescent individuality
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1 vol. (VIII-252 pages) ; 24 cm
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Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Recueil de textes extr. de diverses publications, 1967-2006
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320.01
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Richard E. Flathman is a ground-breaking theorist of key political concepts, a fierce defender of individuality, a close and original reader of Hobbes and an advocate of a willful conception of liberalism. In this volume P E Digeser draws together some of his key works. The collection is framed by an introduction and an interview with Flathman, where he reflects on his contributions. By thinking through and with Wittgenstein's later philosophy of language, his work clarifies and refines terms that are central to politics and to the tradition of political thought. His work also seeks to cure certain persistent muddles and confusions in our political concepts as well as create and defend a space for the opaque and opalescent features of ourselves. Flathman advances a liberalism that is more open to and celebratory of the idiosyncratic as well as to voices not ordinarily associated with the liberal tradition. --
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978-1-138-85280-8
1-138-85280-5
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