Classical Political Philosophy in Popular Discourse

Classical Political Philosophy in Popular Discourse

The Case of Poland

Zbigniew Rau, Katarzyna M. Staszyńska, Maciej Chmieliński, Krzysztof Zagórski

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Classical Political Philosophy in Popular Discourse: The Case of Poland was written by an interdisciplinary team composed of academic experts in the fields of political philosophy and jurisprudence as well as in sociology. It combines two scientific paradigms—classical political philosophy and contemporary, empirical sociology. The chief aim of this unique scientific project is to explore, operationalize, and reconstruct the political doctrine that is present in contemporary Polish society’s popular discourse. It is unique due to the unusual cooperation between political philosophers, philosophers of law, and empirical sociologists because their normal research concerns radically different subjects, objects, and forms, using different methods and terminology. However, this book produced a synthesis of their respective approaches through a particular kind of synergy and compromise. The result is a pioneering, original reconstruction of the political doctrine of a contemporary European national community.


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Zbigniew Rau:

Zbigniew Rau is professor of law at the University of Łódź and minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Poland.

Katarzyna M. Staszyńska is associate professor in the department of social sciences at Kozminski University.

Maciej Chmieliński is professor of law and director of Alexis de Tocqueville Center for Political and Legal Thought at the University of Łódź.

Krzysztof Zagórski is retired professor of sociology at Kozminski University

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Zbigniew Rau is professor of law at the University of Łódź and minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Poland.

Katarzyna M. Staszyńska is associate professor in the department of social sciences at Kozminski University.

Maciej Chmieliński is professor of law and director of Alexis de Tocqueville Center for Political and Legal Thought at the University of Łódź.

Krzysztof Zagórski is retired professor of sociology at Kozminski University

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Zbigniew Rau is professor of law at the University of Łódź and minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Poland.

Katarzyna M. Staszyńska is associate professor in the department of social sciences at Kozminski University.

Maciej Chmieliński is professor of law and director of Alexis de Tocqueville Center for Political and Legal Thought at the University of Łódź.

Krzysztof Zagórski is retired professor of sociology at Kozminski University

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Zbigniew Rau is professor of law at the University of Łódź and minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Poland.

Katarzyna M. Staszyńska is associate professor in the department of social sciences at Kozminski University.

Maciej Chmieliński is professor of law and director of Alexis de Tocqueville Center for Political and Legal Thought at the University of Łódź.

Krzysztof Zagórski is retired professor of sociology at Kozminski University

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