IBNA- Persian translation of ‘Fifty Major Political Thinkers’ (Routledge Key Guides, 2003) a discerning and purposeful book by English scholars Ian Adams and R.W. Dyson has been published.
The thinkers introduced in this work are both renowned and pioneering. ‘Fifty Major Political Thinkers’ has been translated into Persian by Pirouz Izadi. Sales Publishing in Tehran has released the work in 445 pages and 550 copies.
The book introduces the lives and ideas of some of the most influential figures in Western political thought, from ancient Greece to the present day. The entries provide a fascinating introduction to the major figures and schools of thought that have shaped contemporary politics, including:
Simone de Beauvoir
Fully cross-referenced and including a glossary of theoretical terms, this wide-ranging and accessible book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the evolution and history of contemporary political thought.
Table of Contents:
1. Plato 2. Aristotle 3. St Augustine of Hippo 4. John of Salisbury 5. St Thomas Aquinas 6. Marsilius of Padua 7. Machiavelli 8. Thomas More 9. Thomas Hobbes 10. James Harrington
11. John Locke 12. David Hume 13. Montesquieu 14. Jean-Jacques Rousseau 15. Immanuel Kant 16. Johann Gottfried Herder 17. Tom Paine 18. Edmund Burke 19. Mary Wollstonecraft 20. William Goodwin
21. G.F.W. Hegel 22. Jeremy Bentham 23. Fourier 24. Karl Marx 25. Alexis de Tocqueville 26. J.S. Mill 27. Herbert Spencer 28. T.H.Green 29. Friedrich Nietszche 30. Prince Peter Kropotkin
31. Georges Sorel 32. Eduard Bernstein 33. Vladimir Ilich Lenin 34. Max Weber 35. Marcus Garvey 36. Benito Mussolini 37. Hannah Arendt 38. Isaiah Berlin 39. Friedrich von Hayek 40. Mohandas Gandhi
41. Sir Karl Popper 42. Michael Oakeshott 43. Simone de Beauvoir 44. Herbert Marcuse 45. Michel Foucault 46. John Rawls 47. Arne Naess 48. Robert Nozick 49. Jurgen Habermas 50. Jean Francois Lyotard
Ian Adams is Honorary Fellow at the University of Durham. R.W. Dyson is a Lecturer in the School of Government and International Affairs at the University of Durham.