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The Cambridge Companion to Nozick's Anarchy, State, and Utopia (Anglais) Broché – 1 septembre 2011


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Robert Nozick's Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974) is recognised as a classic of modern political philosophy. Along with John Rawls's A Theory of Justice (1971), it is widely credited with breathing new life into the discipline in the second half of the twentieth century. This Companion presents a balanced and comprehensive assessment of Nozick's contribution to political philosophy. In engaging and accessible chapters, the contributors analyse Nozick's ideas from a variety of perspectives and explore neglected areas of the work such as his discussion of anarchism and his theory of utopia. Their detailed and illuminating picture of Anarchy, State, and Utopia, its impact and its enduring influence will be invaluable to students and scholars in both political philosophy and political theory.

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Ralf M. Bader is a Bersoff Assistant Professor and Faculty Fellow in the Philosophy Department at New York University. He is the author of Robert Nozick (2010).

John Meadowcroft is Lecturer in Public Policy in the Department of Political Economy, King's College London. He is the author of The Ethics of the Market (2005), James M. Buchanan (2011) and (with Mark Pennington) Rescuing Social Capital from Social Democracy (2007).



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Very nice grab bag of libertarian critique 30 janvier 2014
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It pays to be very familiar with the source material here. This book contains critiques of Nozick from many different angles and many different scholars. Also an excellent bibliography for further studies.
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Excellent compendium 4 novembre 2013
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This is an excellent compendium of explanatory and critical articles by professional philosophers on Nozick's thinking on the concepts of rights and personal liberty at the time of the publication of his famous book.
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and Utopia is a pretty good critical collection of essays on Robert Nozick's famous ... 17 novembre 2014
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The Cambridge Companion to Nozick's Anarchy, State, and Utopia is a pretty good critical collection of essays on Robert Nozick's famous book, Anarchy, State, and Utopia (ASU). I stress the word critical to describe this collection.

The target of the collection, ASU, is considered a landmark book in libertarianism. In ASU, Nozick argues that the only legitimate political institution is what he calls the minimal state, a government that protects people from harm and violence and enforces contracts among its citizens--and nothing more. He thinks any version of the State will have to be defended against anarchy. And he thinks that his version of the State serves as a model for future utopias.

This Cambridge Companion critically evaluates Nozick's claims about anarchy, State, and utopia and calls into question his ideas about morality and justice, among other matters. Several of the essays find holes in Nozick's project. Take the last essay in the book, for instance. Because I just read it, it's still fresh on my mind. It's titled "E pluribus plurum, or, How to fail to get to utopia in spite of really trying" by Chanran Kukathas. Kukathas argues that the kind of State that Nozick advocates couldn't really help us think about the ideal society because it's never existed. Furthermore, even if the kind of State he advocates could have emerged, it didn't emerge, and so it doesn't make sense to think that a State is necessary for utopia as opposed to a stateless society.

This book makes a great reference and really makes me want to finish reading Nozick's book.
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