A Study in Contemporary Political Theory
First published in 2000. This is Volume IV of 6 from the Ethics and Political Philosophy series. It includes a study in contemporary political theory looking at political pluralism or the pluralistic theory of the state, giving a definition of the monistic state and describes the essential features and objections to it.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Chapter I Pluralism and Law; Chapter II Pluralism and Law—( continued ); Chapter III Pluralism and Representative Government: Functional Representation; Chapter IV Administrative Decentralization; Chapter V Pluralism as a Solution of the Problem of the Relation between Economics and Politics; Chapter VI Pluralism as a Political Theory; Chapter VII Pluralism as a Political Theory—( continued ); Chapter VIII The Philosophical Background of Political Pluralism; Chapter IX Political Pluralism and the State as an Ethical Ideal; Chapter X General Conclusions;
Kung Chuan Hsiao