The Most Underrated Works of Political Philosophy

Posted: August 20th, 2010 by Gadget42

by Mike Gibson, AThousandNations

Over at the Pileus blog, Jason Sorens asks for what are the most persuasive and insightful, but overlooked works in political philosophy. I assume he means overlooked by university courses, so my suggestions will work on that assumption. He breaks it down into categories by era. Here are my passed over greats, with emphasis on the non-conforming but thought-provoking:

19th Century

Early Modern


There is, of course, our recommendations page, which has links to many of the articles, books and posts that explain and justify competitive governance.


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