In Defense of Political Philosophy
by Jeffrey H. Reiman

A reply to Robert Paul Wolff's In Defense of Anarchism. Although he corrects Wolff on a couple of small issues (namely that even unanimous democracy does not allow complete moral autonomy and that there is a difference between moral anarchism and political anarchism) his attempt to define legitimate government is total failure, and Wolff's major point remains valid.

Year Read: 1975


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