Encyclopedia of Political Thought is an indispensable resource for students or general readers who want to know more about the major ideas, philosophies, and concepts, both past and present, that have influenced and shaped civilization.
With particular emphasis on the twentieth century, Encyclopedia of Political Thought contains more than 400 fully cross-referenced entries that provide an up-to-date survey of topics that have been crucial to the history of mankind, including the rise and fall of Communism, the advent of feminism, and the advancement of democracy. Key concepts and controversial issues are clearly defined and thoughtfully analyzed, with examples from current events used to enhance readers' understanding of the ideas presented. Ideologies are not only
considered within their historical context but are also related to contemporary politics, enhancing the book's usefulness for reports, student debates, or general research. A chronology provides a linear presentation of the evolution of political thinking.
- Sir Francis Bacon
- Capital punishment
- Martin Luther King Jr.
- Vladimir Lenin
- Friedrich Nietzsche