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  • A Rational Life: Several pages discussing the aspects of individuals living in groups and the issues of governance. Topics include, "Public Choice", Vagueness, Paradoxes, "Social Dilemmas", Liberty, and Personal.
  • America In Crisis: The Triumph of Political Correctness: Essay by Wm. B. Fankboner, an analysis of political correctness and its more sinister effects on American society.
  • An Ideological Division: Offering non-traditional definitions of conservatism, liberalism, libertarianism, socialism, and the role of the moderate
  • Biblical Theocracy: Topics discussed include Aristotle's politics, pros and cons of Christian Democracy, the practical possibility of theocracy.
  • Conservativism and Christian Democracy: Text of a speech by David Willetts, Conservative MP for Havant (UK), tracing the history of the conservative and Christian Democracy movements and contrasting their origins, aims, and directions, particularly in regard to public services.
  • Constitutionalism: Philosophical survey of the idea that government should be limited in its powers by law; from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Wil Waluchow.
  • Equality: Survey of social and political equality; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Stefan Gosepath.
  • External Evolution of Human Species: A site based on books written by the sites author on the evolution of human organization: by its size (through tribe, city-state, state, and empire) and by its quality (through monarchy and republic).
  • Foundations of Political Theory: Foundations of Political Theory organized section of the American Political Science Association
  • From State to Free-State: Paper on changes in the meaning of the words "republic" and "commonwealth" in the 17th and 18th centuries. By William R. Everdell and first published in 1987 at the 7th ISECS, Budapest.
  • Hierarchic Democracy and the Necessity of Mass Civil Disobediance: Ted Honderich on how gross differentials in economic power, and hence political power, make a mockery of conventional assumptions about "liberal democracy", as practiced in the United States and Britain.
  • How to Make Russia a Normal Country: Publication by Matthew Maly on Russian transition to democracy and market economy. Bio, resume, articles and books.
  • International Political Theory: Mailing list for anyone interested in discussing the intersection between international relations and political theory.
  • Neoliberalism: Attempts to summarise neoliberalism as a philosophy, not simply as economics.
  • New Social Contract: Book by Gary Gerrard, suggesting a libertarian society based on a written contract signed by all participants. Author, outline, contents and quotations and order info.
  • On Equality: The many principles of equality foisted on egalitarianism, and their worth by Prof. Ted Honderich.
  • Philosophy and Civil Society: Postmodern Civic Culture: The philosophical examination of the nature of civil society and civic culture in general. More specifically, it addresses the contemporary crisis of liberal democratic civic culture in the postmodern period.
  • Political Philosophy: Definitions for four main kinds of political philosophy by professor Duncan Richter.
  • Political Systems: All the major political systems explained, from anarchy through capitalism and socialism to theocracy.
  • Political Theory Web Directory: Collection of internet resources on various topics in political philosophy.
  • Political Theory in a Nutshell: University of Michigan, Department of Political Science work discussing life in ancient Greece.
  • Links relevant to political philosophy and theorists. Including some book reviews.
  • Price and Anti-Prince: Machiavelli's The Prince and of Frederick the Great's response, Anti-Machiavel threaded together, chapter by chapter. Full electronic texts.
  • Radical About the philosophical basis of the Radical Middle movement. Manifesto, papers, and links.
  • School of Cooperative Individualism: A website introducing visitors to the socio-political philosophy of cooperative individualism, as espoused by champions of individual liberty Thomas Paine, Henry George and others of like mind. The website also contains an internal search engine and extensive library of reference materials, readings, links to other websites and a discussion forum.
  • Serendipity: Liberty and Democracy: John Stuart Mill's essay On Liberty,other articles deaing with liberty, freedom and democracy.
  • Sovereignty: Modern notion of political authority of supreme authority within a territory; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Dan Philpott.
  • TYSK - The Philosophy of Government Department: Links to articles and essays on the formulation of the U.S. government from an "original intent" perspective.
  • The Briney Ethical Trust: A qualified public charity established to promote ethics in politics and government.
  • The Campaign for Responsible Government: Blames the separation of powers for political malaise in the United States; advocates Westminster government with American constitutional principles.
  • The Chains of the Consitution: Essay exploring the history of American constitutionalism.
  • The Green Book: Political, Economic and Social basis of the 'Third Universal Theory' in the three parts of The Green Book, the philosophy of Muammar Al Qathafi.
  • The Nature of Pure Democracy: The nature and significance of the appearance of democracy in a civilization.
  • The Perfect Law of Liberty: Explores what freedom is and its relationship to law, the proper role of government, and which forms of government are best.
  • The Western Democratic Tradition: A description of the western democratic tradition.
  • The problem of systematic manipulation in Austrian institutions of science and law: Essay by Josephine Papst, partly in german.
  • We Only Need One Law: Online book covering the structural limitations of democracy and opportunities for refinement.
  • What is Government?: An essay about the origination and evolution of government including an analysis of the history of government based upon the ideas of John Lock, Thomas Paine, and Aristotle.
  • Where are the Meek?: Essay by Barry Lenoardini suggesting a less mechanized approach to the pursuit of one's life. Author, table of contents and introduction.

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