Philosophical Essays on the Ideas of a Good Society
|Author: ||Hudson, Yeager|
Essays arising from the first International Conference on Social Philosophy, which addressed some of the most important issues facing humankind at the end of the 20th century: justice; freedom; power; equality; privacy; conscience vs. law; technology and changing values; population; business ethics; nuclear war; violence; terrorism; and peace.
Social Philosophy Today No.1
"...exemplifies important new directions in philosophical analysis. The search for narratives is for the most part exploratory . . . but each is focused upon outlining in some fashion theories worthy of the complexity and grandeur of the human experience." - Utopian Studies