A conceptual history from antiquity to the present
Series: Extremism and Democracy
The Western tradition of the constitutional state, with its ancient roots, defines political extremes as the epitome of that what must be absolutely rejected. It highlights tyranny, despotism, despotic rule, non-autonomy, ruthless enforcing of interests as ‘extreme’, contrasting this to a virtuous...
Published September 15th 2011 by Routledge