The Perception of Man and Justice and the Conception of Political Institutions
A protracted battle is taking shape in the political arena of all Western democracies. Moreover, a corresponding battle is proceeding on the intellectual plane. Its outcome will determine the future of our society and the patterns of life encouraged or suppressed by its prevailing institutional arrangements.
KeywordsPublic Good Political Institution Political Structure Process Conception Outcome Pattern
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