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This book provides clear and thoughtful re-readings of the tradition from a feminist perspective and reincorporates a classical notion of civil society... recommended.

(Choice 1900-01-00)


Sibyl Schwarzenbach takes a large view of political philosophy, both its history and its contemporary manifestations, but stays selective in her treatment of social philosophers from Aristotle to John Rawls. Her book is a substantial accomplishment, on both the historical and systematic levels, and is presented vigorously and appealingly.

(Allen Wood, Stanford University and Indiana University)

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Exposing the biased and gendered foundations of the modern political state Dec 11 2009
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"On Civic Friendship" is on the ROROTOKO list of cutting-edge intellectual nonfiction. Professor Schwarzenbach's book interview ran here as cover feature on December 7, 2009.