A Genealogy Of Political Culture

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Routledge, 2019 M09 10 - 158 pages
In this lively and witty history of the study of political culture, Michael Brint examines the differences between the French sociological tradition from Montesquieu to Tocqueville; the German tradition of cultural philosophy from Kant to Weber; and the American scientific or behavioral tradition from Almond and Verba forward. Enlisting his own tra


Entre Bêtes et Dieux
Romance and Criticism in Germaine
Tocquevilles New Science of Democracy
Hegel on the Ends of Ethical Life
Which Weber? Whose Weber?
Funeral Orations to Behavioral Science
Inside Dantes Hell
The Rebirth of Political Culture
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Michael Brint is assistant professor of government and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia. The recipient of several teaching awards and research fellowships, he is author of Tragedy and Denial: The Politics of Difference in Western Political Thought and coeditor of Pragmatism in Law and Society (both published by Westview Press).

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