Political theories of decolonization : postcolonialism and the problem of foundations

Recent scholarship in political theory has focused on the treatment of colonialism in the writings of canonical thinkers such as Locke, Burke, Mill, Diderot, Tocqueville, Smith, and Kant, revealing the extent to which the subject of colonialism and imperialism dominated the minds of great thinkers a...

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Main Author: Kohn, Margaret
Other Authors: McBride, Keally D.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York Oxford University Press 2011, 2011
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