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eBook Normative Political Theory (Foundations of Modern Political Science) ePub

by Fred M. Frohock

  • ISBN: 013623710X
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Fred M. Frohock
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall (April 1974)
  • Pages: 140
  • ePub book: 1853 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1355 kb
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Series: Foundations of Modern Political Science. Hardcover: 140 pages.

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PDF Normative political theory was developed in ancient Greece and . Classical political theory was a predecessor. Quentin Skinner in his two-volume Foundations of Modern Political Thought. 1978), and in other writings.

Classical political theory was a predecessor. of political science and for many centuries political theorizing had had mainly. a normative character, but it was often a response to a certain empirical context.

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Approaches to Political Theory: Normative, Institutional, Behavioural, Marxist, Post-Marxist, Feminist. For instance political philosophies or theories of political idealism cannot be comprehended without getting to know the norms or ethical standards of the philosophers concerned or the ideologues of the theories. It is pertinent to explain that normative statements are usually beyond empirical testing. Thus, institutional approach in the study of political science implies a detailed study of the government, its structures, and the body of rules within which it is required to operate and also a thorough examination of its various organs.

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Introduction: Normative theories were first proposed by Fred Siebert, Theodore Peterson and Wilbur Schramm in their book called Four Theories of the Press. At first the word Normative Theory was pronounced in USA during the height of ‘cold war’ with communism and soviet. Often it called as western theories of mass media. A Normative theory describes an ideal way for a media system to be controlled and operated by the government, authority, leader and public

This important new work is a major analysis of the foundation of Eric Voegelin's political science

This important new work is a major analysis of the foundation of Eric Voegelin's political science. Barry Cooper maintains that the writings Voegelin undertook in the 1940s provide the groundwork for the brilliant book that is one of his best known, The New Science of Politics. At the time of that book's publication, however, few were aware of the enormous knowledge and accomplished scholarship that lay behind its illuminating, although sometimes baffling, formulations.

The Foundations of Modern Political Thought is a two-volume work of intellectual history by Quentin Skinner, published in 1978

The Foundations of Modern Political Thought is a two-volume work of intellectual history by Quentin Skinner, published in 1978. The work traces the conceptual origins of modern politics by investigating the history of political thought in the West at the turn of the medieval and early modern periods, from the 13th to the 16th centuries. It represents the culmination of the contextualist approach to the history of ideas which Skinner and his colleagues in the Cambridge School had pioneered in the 1960s.

Political theory’s relationship to the discipline of political science has not always been a happy one. Since the founding of the discipline in the late nineteenth century, there have been periodic proclamations of its newly scientific character

Political theory’s relationship to the discipline of political science has not always been a happy one. Since the founding of the discipline in the late nineteenth century, there have been periodic proclamations of its newly scientific character. The soft other for the new science has sometimes been journalism, sometimes historical narrative, sometimes case-study methods. It has also, very often, been political theory