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Political Obligation (2nd Edition)

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Issues in Political Theory

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15 October 2010

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How should we understand the relationship between citizens and governments, and what are the obligations of citizens? In this substantially revised new edition of an influential text, John Horton challenges dominant...

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How should we understand the relationship between citizens and governments, and what are the obligations of citizens? In this substantially revised new edition of an influential text, John Horton challenges dominant theories by offering an 'associative' account focusing particularly on what it is to be a member of a political community.

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  • A comprehensive introduction to theories of political obligation 
  • Fully updated in this new edition to take account of recent work in the area 
  • Provides the most developed account available of the associative theory of political obligation

Problems of Political Obligation
Voluntarist Theories
Teleological Theories
Deontological Theories
Anarchism: Political and Philosophical
Associative Political Obligation and its Critics
Elaborating the Associative Theory
Conclusion.
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JOHN HORTON is Professor of Political Philosophy, Keele University, UK.

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JOHN HORTON is Professor of Political Philosophy, Keele University, UK.

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