Political philosophy, or philosophy of government, attempts to understand the functioning of civil society and civic participation through rational means.
Only sites of use to professionals in the field of political philosophy will be accepted in this category. These entail a political as well as philosophical focus.
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Sites devoted to the philosophical underpinnings of conservatism and the conservative movement, and of the variant and derivative schools such as classical or paleo- conservatism, neoconservatism, liberal agrarianism, aristocratic legitimism, paleolibertarianism, or integral traditionalism.
Submissions here should focus on the ideas underlying principles or concepts that define conservatism. Sites about specific issues, movements, or events should be sent to more specific categories in Society/Issues
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Please submit sites relating to Bernstein and his works.