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Political philosophy and the challenge of revealed religion [electronic resource]. --
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Chicago, IL, Estados Unidos : University of Chicago Press, c2017.
1 recurso en línea (ix, 200 p.)
Preface. -- Note on Translation. -- Note on Citations. -- I. Why Political Philosophy?. -- II. The Renewal of Philosophy and the Challenge of Revealed Religion: On the Intention of Leo Strauss’s Thoughts on Machiavelli. -- III. The Right of Politics and the Knowledge of the Philosopher: On the Intention of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Du contrat social. -- Appendix: Leo Strauss, Thoughts on Machiavelli: The Headings. -- Index of Names. --
"Heinrich Meier's guiding insight in Political Philosophy and the Challenge of Revealed Religion is that philosophy must prove its right and its necessity in the face of the claim to truth and demand obedience of its most powerful opponent, revealed religion. Philosophy must rationally justify and politically defend its free and unreserved questioning, and, in doing so, turns decisively to political philosophy. In the first of three chapters, Meier determines four intertwined moments constituting the concept of political philosophy as an articulated and internally dynamic whole. The following two chapters develop the concept through the interpretation of two masterpieces of political philosophy that have occupied Meier's attention for more than thirty years: Leo Strauss's Thoughts on Machiavelli and Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Social Contract."
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