Exstential Phenomenology and Political Theory


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In the past few decades phenomenology has left its imprint not only on philosophy but also on many branches of social sciences, including psychology, psychiatry, and sociology. In the present volume Professor Jung extends the implications of the new philosophy to the realm of political science. Essays by Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Camus, Arendt, Wild and several other pioneers in the field have been collected to introduce existentialist views to the student of politics. The application of existential phenomenology to social and political problems is bound to open up new perspectives concerning the theory of politics.

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