Teoría y filosofía política: La tradición clásica y las nuevas fronteras (Colección de ciencias sociales CLACSO-EUDEBA) (Spanish Edition)
Theory and Political Philosophy. Political theory (understood as "science" or as "philosophy") consists of a discursive tradition that allows one to delve into the search for the meanings of political life and, in certain circumstances, to predict and explain historical development. This orientation offers a set of subjects and seminars designed to relieve different aspects and moments of the theoretical tradition. In this sense, the offer of courses tends to cover a series of specific topics and developments, such as those related to - in the paradigmatic sense - the main currents of political thought (such as liberalism, socialism and anarchism) and their multiple relations with capitalism, the State and democracy, the study of ideology, the knowledge of the great trends of both modern and contemporary political philosophy (such as rationalism, empiricism, Kantian and Hegelian thinking, the Frankfurt School and the contributions of authors such as Rawls, Nozik and Bobbio) or the so-called "partial" theories of politics (that is, those formulated from an alternative -or critical perspective-) to the "great" explanatory theories of the political phenomenon, such as theories of games, decision making, collective action, organizations, groups and rational decision).