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By Leo Strauss

A reissue of the 1975 version, with 4 extra essays, this assortment bargains a transparent advent to Strauss' perspectives concerning the nature of political philosophy, its leader modern antagonists, its classical types, and its sleek model. It supplies the reader Strauss' options on what political philosophy has been and may be again.

chosen for his or her common curiosity and their accessibility, the essays within the e-book supply a pretty good starting place for knowing Leo Strauss and his political philosophy.

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