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Mid Semester Contemporary Political Philosophy
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Mid Semester Contemporary Political Philosophy

PHIL2635 - Contemporary Political Philosophy

5 Pages University of Sydney Essay / Project Year: Pre-2016

Mid Semester take home exam — 4 questions and answers on political philosophy 1. Can we, as John Holloway insists, change the world without taking power? 2. Rorty urges philosophers 'to keep the conversation going rather than to find objective truth' (2009, p. 377). How is this relevant to thinking about politics? 3. 'Since politics is the art of lying, the public defence of truth is its necessary antidote.' Critically discuss. 4. How compelling is Vaneigem’s critique of capitalist society and the methods used to reproduce it?

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