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The Permanence of the Political:
A Democratic Critique of the Radical Impulse to Transcend Politics
Joseph M. Schwartz

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Ch. 1Introduction: The Radical Impulse to Transcend Politics3
Ch. 2The Threat of Interests to the General Will: Rousseau's Critique of Particularism33
Ch. 3The Hegelian State: Mediating Away the Political70
Ch. 4The Origins of Marx's Hostility to Politics: The Devaluation of Rights and Justice104
Ch. 5Lenin (and Marx) on the Sciences of Consciousness and Production: The Abolition of Political Judgment146
Ch. 6Hannah Arendt's Politics of "Action": The Elusive Search for Political Substance189
Ch. 7Conclusion: Redressing the Radical Tradition's Antipolitical Legacy - Toward a Radical Democratic Pluralist Politics217
Notes251
Bibliography311
Index325

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