Confronting the Constitution: the challenge to Locke, Montesquieu, Jefferson, and the Federalists from utilitarianism, historicism, Marxism, Freudianism, pragmatism, existentialism--

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Allan David Bloom, Steven J. Kautz
AEI Press, 1990 - 552 páginas
The 17 essays in this volume examine first the precepts of the Founding Fathers and their mentors. Then the most significant preconstitutional ideas are outlined, together with analyses of how they harmonize with the Constitution and how they undermine it.

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Bloom, author of the best-selling The Closing of the American Mind, has brought together a group of leading constitutional scholars to discuss, in light of the crumbling of Communism and Socialism ... Leer reseña completa

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INTRODUCTION
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THE PHILOSOPHIC UNDERSTANDINGS OF HUMAN
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THE POLITICAL THEORY OF THE CONSTITUTION
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