Trump has been successful with his base because he has given voice to those who feel like victims for being patriots.
Following the logic of the feminist revolution toward its embrace of transgender rights provides insights into its unpredictable character.
The success of the second-wave feminist project requires a fundamental revolution in society’s mores and institutions. This revolution is closely connected with Dewey’s progressive political project.
A Political Theory Review interview with Peter Steinberger about his new book, The Politics of Objectivity
A Political Theory Review interview with Steven Smith about his new book, Modernity and Its Discontents
The Declaration echoed the united voices of the ancients and moderns on the idea of nature’s relevance for politics, and highlighted the constructive character of preceding European political thought.
A Political Theory Review interview with Ryan Patrick Hanley about his new book, Love’s Enlightenment: Rethinking Charity in Modernity
The French political thinker Baron de Montesquieu predicted the divisiveness of our current political climate. He also anticipated the two major threats likely to emerge in large democratic republics like the United States: plutocrats and tyrant demagogues.
As Madison argued both in 1833 and in 1787-88, majority rule reflects the best version of democratic governance given the limitations of human nature and our constitutional arrangements.
A Political Theory Review Podcast Interview with John T. Scott about his new book, The Routledge Guidebook to Machiavelli’s The Prince