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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Volume 4, Number 3, 1 August 2005

Notes on Contributors
pp. 227-228(2)

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Charles Taylor's Catholicism
pp. 231-252(22)
Author: Fraser, Ian

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Václav Havel's Postmodernism
pp. 253-274(22)
Authors: Steger, Manfred B; Replogle, Sherri Stone

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What is Political Theory?
pp. 321-323(3)
Author: Kelly, Duncan

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The Nature of Political Theory
pp. 323-325(3)
Author: Horton, John

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Democracy and Tradition
pp. 325-329(5)
Author: Bankowski, Zenon

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The Political Economy of New Slavery
pp. 329-331(3)
Author: Osborn, Jessica

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Nationalism and Political Identity
pp. 332-334(3)
Author: Gorringe, Hugo

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The Party's Over: Blueprint for a Very English Revolution
pp. 334-336(3)
Author: Goodwin, Barbara

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The Future of Social Theory
pp. 336-338(3)
Author: Delanty, Gerard

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The Philosophical Foundations of Environmental Law
pp. 338-340(3)
Author: Whitman, Darrell

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The Tragic Vision of Politics: Ethics, Interests and Orders
pp. 340-342(3)
Author: Williams, Michael

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Imagining the State
pp. 344-347(4)
Author: Prokhovnik, Raia

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Chinese Marxism
pp. 349-351(3)
Author: Bunnin, Nicholas

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Justice in the Risk Society
pp. 353-355(3)
Author: Valentine, Jeremy

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An Introduction to Contemporary Political Theory
pp. 356-359(4)
Author: Lloyd, Moya

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