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Political Theory: An Encyclopedia of Contemporary and Classic Terms
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despot, despotism (despotes) Dewey, John dhimmi (those of the covenant, care, custody, pact of protection) dialectical theory (the dialectic) dictator dictatorship of relativism dictatorship of the proletariat difference principle differend dominance and monopoly doublespeak end justifies the means entitlement theory environmentalism equality, egalitarianism equality of condition, equality of opportunity ethic of care ethic of conviction and ethic of responsibility ethic of right existentialism Exitus actor probat–See end justifies the means faction fascism Federalist Papers feminism first principle of justice (Rawls) first principles Foucault, Michel Four Freedoms free development of each is the condition for the free development of all freedom (liberty) from each according to his ability, to each according to his need from each according to his ability, to each according to his work (or, from each ... to each according to his contribution) fundamentalism Funeral Oration of Pericles game theory general will (volonte generale) Gettysburg Address Gramsci, Antonio Grotius, Hugo (Huigh or Hugeianus de Groot) Habermas, Jurgen ¨ Hamilton, Alexander Harrington, James Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Herzl, Theodor Hobbes, Thomas Hume, David Ibn Khaldun (Abd al-Rahman Ibn Khaldun) ideology I have a dream immanentize the eschaton incredulity toward metanarratives (incredulity toward grand narratives) invisible hand iron cage of modernity iron law of oligarchy Jefferson, Thomas jihad ¯ (struggle, inner struggle, personal striving, Holy Striving, Holy War) justice just war theory Kant, Immanuel knowledge is power Leviathan liberalism libertarianism liberty–See freedom life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness life, liberty, property Locke, John logical positivism (logical empiricism, neopositivism) Machiavelli, Niccolo` Madison, James magister populi Maimonides, Moses (Moshe ben Maimon) Marcuse, Herbert Maritain, Jacques Marx, Karl Merleau-Ponty, Maurice Mill, John Stuart monarchomachs (Monarchomaques, ‘‘king killers’’) monarchy Montesquieu, Charles-Louis de Secondat Baron de la Brede et de la Muslim Brethren (Society of Muslim Brethren) nationalism natural law negative and positive liberty neo-Marxism neo-positivism–See logical positivism neo-Thomism (neo-Scholasticism) Niebuhr, Reinhold Nietzsche, Friedrich xvi LIST OF ENTRIES