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Political Philosophy Bücher: Man, the State and War von Kenneth N. Waltz

Man, the State and War

Kenneth N. Waltz
A Theoretical Analysis
4.4 (63 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Man, the State and War?

In Man, the State and War, Kenneth Waltz develops a groundbreaking analysis of the nature and causes of war, offering readers a wide overview of the major political theories of war from the perspective of political philosophers, psychologists and anthropologists.

Wer Man, the State and War lesen sollte

  • Anyone studying international relations
  • Anyone interested in politics
  • Anyone curious about the long tradition of thinking about war and peace

Political Philosophy Bücher: Gang Leader For A Day von Sudhir Venkatesh

Gang Leader For A Day

Sudhir Venkatesh
A Rogue Sociologist Crosses The Line
3.9 (16 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Gang Leader For A Day?

Gang Leader For A Day is based on author Sudhir Venkatesh’s ten years of personal, in-depth research conducted on-site at the notorious Robert Taylor Homes public housing projects in Chicago. Ignored by city government and law enforcement, residents in the close-knit community rely only on local gangs and each other for basic services and social support.

Wer Gang Leader For A Day lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in the influence of gangs in the United States
  • Anyone curious about what it takes to be a gang leader
  • Anyone interested in how poor communities are supported by underground economies

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Myth of the Strong Leader von Archie Brown

The Myth of the Strong Leader

Archie Brown
Political Leadership in the Modern Age
3.8 (82 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Myth of the Strong Leader?

The Myth of the Strong Leader (2014) explores why people tend to favor charismatic leaders, those they perceive as “strong.” These blinks show which factors allow such leaders to rise to power and why such a personality type shouldn’t necessarily lead a democratic society. Importantly, you’ll learn what can happen on an international scale when ill-suited “strong leaders” take the reins of a democracy.

Wer The Myth of the Strong Leader lesen sollte

  • Students of politics or history
  • People curious how authoritarian leaders rise to power
  • Aspiring leaders who want to lead fairly

Political Philosophy Bücher: Engines of Liberty von David Cole

Engines of Liberty

David Cole
The Power of Citizen Activists to Make Constitutional Law
3.5 (17 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Engines of Liberty?

Engines of Liberty (2016) is an exploration into the influence citizens can have on government, and the changes that can be brought about through activism, the spreading of information and the mobilization of one’s peers. When it comes to the big issues of our time, like gay marriage, guns and human rights, it’s passionate citizens who are speaking up for what they believe in and bringing about change.

Wer Engines of Liberty lesen sollte

  • Activists passionate about civil liberties
  • Lawyers and politicians interested in the history of civil rights
  • Concerned citizens who want to become more active

Political Philosophy Bücher: How to Run the World von Parag Khanna

How to Run the World

Parag Khanna
Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance
3.7 (128 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How to Run the World?

How to Run the World (2011) is a guide to diplomacy in today’s chaotic world. These blinks paint a picture of how a new kind of diplomacy can make the world a better place, exploring the potential for new and meaningful partnerships across borders and sectors.

Wer How to Run the World lesen sollte

  • Students of public policy and geopolitics
  • Anyone interested in history and politics
  • People worried about the state of international diplomacy

Political Philosophy Bücher: Discipline & Punish von Michel Foucault

Discipline & Punish

Michel Foucault
The Birth of the Prison
4.3 (113 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Discipline & Punish?

Discipline & Punish (1975) is a celebrated work of renowned French philosopher and sociologist Michel Foucault. Foucault studies the history of forms of power, punishment, discipline and surveillance from the French Ancien Régime through to more modern times, seeing it as a reflection of a changing society.

Wer Discipline & Punish lesen sollte

  • Concerned citizens worried about the overreach of mass surveillance
  • Philosophers, historians, cultural scientists and sociologists
  • Anyone interested in modern prisons

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Road to Unfreedom von Timothy Snyder

The Road to Unfreedom

Timothy Snyder
Russia, Europe, America
4.2 (248 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Road to Unfreedom?

The Road to Unfreedom (2018) chronicles the extraordinary political age we are now living in. Russian expansionism, led by Vladimir Putin, threatens to encroach on the freedoms that people in Europe and America enjoy. After having successfully helping to bring about Brexit, the Kremlin set its gaze on the United States and, in doing so, played a central role in ushering in the Donald Trump presidency. And with Europe in the midst of a right-wing ascendancy, Russia is wielding a greater influence than ever before.

Wer The Road to Unfreedom lesen sollte

  • Anyone hoping to understand why right-wing populism is on the rise
  • Americans looking to find out how Russia influenced the 2016 election
  • Students of political science, international relations or history

Political Philosophy Bücher: Populism von Cas Mudde and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser


Cas Mudde and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser
A Very Short Introduction
4.2 (64 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Populism?

Populism (2017) investigates one of the political buzzwords of our age, which is often encountered in the media and thrown around by political opponents. Populist leaders attempt to mobilize the frustrations of the masses by claiming to speak for “the people.” By placing blame for social and economic problems on a supposed “elite,” populists attempt to gain political success.

Wer Populism lesen sollte

  • Citizens concerned with the rise of populist parties around the world
  • Students of politics or international relations
  • Politicians seeking to understand the populist phenomenon

Political Philosophy Bücher: Crashed von Adam Tooze


Adam Tooze
How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World
4.4 (120 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Crashed?

Crashed (2018) unpacks the metaphorical seismograph to take the measure of an economic earthquake whose tremors can still be felt today – the 2008 financial crisis. Written with an eye to the global effects of what’s now known as the “Great Recession,” Adam Tooze traces the crash’s shockwaves from their epicenter in the American financial markets to their conclusions in Crimea, London, Athens and other geopolitical hotspots.

Wer Crashed lesen sollte

  • Economists, policymakers and anyone in financial trading
  • History buffs fascinated by the links between economics and politics
  • Disgruntled citizens wondering how politicians and bankers landed us in such a mess

Political Philosophy Bücher: Anarchism von Colin Ward


Colin Ward
A Very Short Introduction
4.4 (110 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Anarchism?

Anarchism (2004) lays out the history and principles behind an oft-misunderstood political ideology. Crucially, anarchists emphasize freedom over oppression, thereby seeking to do away with human life’s many hierarchies, be they those imposed by the modern nation-state, by patriarchal societies or even by religious organizations. Anarchism envisions a world free from any sort of coercion.

Wer Anarchism lesen sollte

  • Anyone looking to learn about alternative societal models
  • Students of politics or history
  • Citizens concerned about climate change and how we might stop it

Political Philosophy Bücher: Time of the Magicians von Wolfram Eilenberger

Time of the Magicians

Wolfram Eilenberger
Wittgenstein, Benjamin, Cassirer, Heidegger, and the Decade That Reinvented Philosophy
4.4 (172 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Time of the Magicians?

Time of the Magicians (2020) explores one of the greatest periods of German philosophy: the 1920s. In this decade of extraordinary intellectual productivity, thinkers like Martin Heidegger, Ernst Cassirer, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Walter Benjamin upended traditional philosophical thought completely and left a lasting mark on how we understand the world.

Wer Time of the Magicians lesen sollte

  • Armchair philosophers and critical thinkers
  • History buffs interested in Germany’s roaring twenties
  • Anyone who’s ever wondered about the meaning of life

Political Philosophy Bücher: Mine! von Michael A. Heller and James Salzman


Michael A. Heller and James Salzman
How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives
3.9 (45 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Mine!?

Mine! (2021) explores the hidden rules of ownership that govern our world and influence our behavior. From who rides first at Disney World to who owns the space behind your seat on an airplane, it reveals the secrets of who gets what and why.

Wer Mine! lesen sollte

  • Fans of Freakonomics or Nudge
  • Law students
  • Pop culture enthusiasts

Political Philosophy Bücher: Mission Economy von Mariana Mazzucato

Mission Economy

Mariana Mazzucato
A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism
4.0 (205 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Mission Economy?

Mission Economy (2021) explains how we can rethink our approaches toward government and capitalism through the concept of missions – huge, ambitious projects that inspire people across society to think big. These blinks show how we can change the world by taking inspiration from one of the most famous missions of all: the moon landing.

Wer Mission Economy lesen sollte

  • Visionary thinkers who want to transform society
  • Economists and politics fans in search of bold new ideas
  • Critics of capitalism who want to see change

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Dying Citizen von Victor Davis Hanson

The Dying Citizen

Victor Davis Hanson
How Progressive Elites, Tribalism, and Globalization Are Destroying the Idea of America
2.7 (662 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Dying Citizen?

The Dying Citizen (2021) explores the ways in which modern American democracy is being weakened. Touching on issues like globalization and identity politics, it discusses how left-wing progressives are damaging the foundations of the United States. 

Wer The Dying Citizen lesen sollte

  • Conservatives looking for fresh insights
  • Fans of Donald Trump 
  • Anyone interested in politics and current affairs

Political Philosophy Bücher: Economic Facts and Fallacies von Thomas Sowell

Economic Facts and Fallacies

Thomas Sowell
3.4 (703 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Economic Facts and Fallacies?

Economic Facts and Fallacies (2008) takes some common assumptions about economics and politics and reveals them as fallacies. It’s only by facing uncomfortable truths, the book argues, that we can begin to solve the problems in front of us.

Wer Economic Facts and Fallacies lesen sollte

  • Those interested in politics and economics
  • Anyone looking for a contrary perspective
  • Libertarians and conservatives

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Social Contract von Jean-Jacques Rousseau

The Social Contract

Jean-Jacques Rousseau
A cornerstone in modern political and social thought
4.5 (309 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Social Contract?

The Social Contract (1762) is a seminal work of political and social theory, and is Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s most important and influential text. In the book, Rousseau lays out the conditions required for the legitimate founding and governing of a nation state. Playing a role in both the French Revolution and the founding of the US Constitution, The Social Contract is a cornerstone of modern political thought and essential reading for anyone interested in political theory.

Wer The Social Contract lesen sollte

  • Students looking for an introduction to Rousseau
  • Politics buffs interested in the foundational texts of liberalism
  • Life-long learners who want to know all the classics of Western thought

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Constitution of Liberty von Friedrich A. Hayek

The Constitution of Liberty

Friedrich A. Hayek
In Defense of Freedom and a Free Society
3.9 (290 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Constitution of Liberty?

The Constitution of Liberty (1960) is a classic of economic philosophy. As one of the seminal texts of modern liberalism, it reminds us of the values of individual freedom, limited government, and universal principles of law. First published in the 1960s, it contends that social progress depends on the free market rather than on socialist planning. This work remains relevant in an age where socialist ideas are gaining new popularity. 

Wer The Constitution of Liberty lesen sollte

  • Students of twentieth-century history, politics, and economy 
  • Progressives and conservatives curious about liberalism 
  • Anyone interested in economic philosophy

Political Philosophy Bücher: After the Fall von Ben Rhodes

After the Fall

Ben Rhodes
Being American in the World We've Made
4.0 (229 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in After the Fall?

After the Fall (2021) takes a sobering look at the rise of nationalism and authoritarianism in places like Hungary, China, Russia, and the United States of America. It examines how the standing and influence of the US changed in the years following the Cold War, and how this has led to the current challenges facing democracy around the world. 

Wer After the Fall lesen sollte

  • Political junkies
  • Fans of democracy
  • Students of modern history

Political Philosophy Bücher: Maoism von Julia Lovell


Julia Lovell
A Global History
4.3 (84 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Maoism?

Maoism (2019) is a deep dive into Maoist ideology, tracing the origins of the movement in the caves of northwest China to the jungles of India, the high Andean sierra, and the California city parks where The Black Panthers did their military drills. Maoism is a movement that’s hardly limited to China or even Asia.

Wer Maoism lesen sollte

  • Anyone looking to bone up on Chinese history
  • Followers of leftist politics
  • Those interested in transnational historical arcs

Political Philosophy Bücher: A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century von Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein

A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century

Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein
Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life
3.9 (418 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century?

Hunter Gatherers (2021) explores the mismatch between our evolutionary tendencies and our modern environments. It outlines how seemingly innocuous aspects of contemporary living are harming us, and stifling our true nature and potential.

Wer A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century lesen sollte

  • Psychology buffs looking for fresh insights
  • Anyone interested in evolutionary biology
  • Fans of natural history

Political Philosophy Bücher: Abortion and the Law in America von Mary Ziegler

Abortion and the Law in America

Mary Ziegler
Roe v. Wade to the Present
4.4 (128 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Abortion and the Law in America?

Abortion and the Law in America (2020) offers a comprehensive legal history of abortion rights in the US. It highlights the social and cultural shifts that have contributed to the abortion debate and looks closely at the types of arguments invoked by both sides.

Wer Abortion and the Law in America lesen sollte

  • People who want to learn more about the complexity of the American abortion debate
  • Those interested in the relationship between cultural values and law
  • Anyone following US politics

Political Philosophy Bücher: Perversion of Justice von Julie K. Brown

Perversion of Justice

Julie K. Brown
The Jeffrey Epstein Story
4.4 (34 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Perversion of Justice?

Perversion of Justice (2021) reveals how a reporter for the Miami Herald broke the story behind Jeffrey Epstein’s sex crimes and the scandalous deal he got from the US justice system in 2008. It explains the history of the case, how the mysterious financier was able to escape justice for so long, and the important questions that remain unanswered.

Wer Perversion of Justice lesen sollte

  • Anyone curious how a serial sex offender can elude punishment
  • Fans of true crime investigations
  • People interested in the ongoing mystery behind Epstein and his accomplices

Political Philosophy Bücher: How to be a Conservative von Roger Scruton

How to be a Conservative

Roger Scruton
3.6 (174 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How to be a Conservative?

How to be a Conservative (2014) presents the case for traditional conservatism in a world that seems inhospitable to its existence. In this short volume, English philosopher Sir Roger Scruton lays out the case for the nation-state, a free market, and a more sensible approach to multiculturalism and human rights.

Wer How to be a Conservative lesen sollte

  • Those who walk on the right side of politics
  • Anyone interested in political philosophy
  • Leftists looking for an alternative perspective

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Narrow Corridor von Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson

The Narrow Corridor

Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson
States, Societies, and the Fate of Liberty
4.3 (150 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Narrow Corridor?

The Narrow Corridor (2019) weaves together a rich tapestry from disparate parts of history to answer the question: Why do some countries achieve liberty while others do not? From the ancient city of Uruk to Revolutionary America, from 1950s China to modern-day Argentina, it examines the conditions that enable governments and citizens to thrive as one –⁠ and the consequences when this fails to occur.

Wer The Narrow Corridor lesen sollte

  • Fans of world history, philosophy, economics, and political science
  • Citizens concerned about the fate of liberty in their countries
  • Anyone fascinated by a gripping historical tale

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Black Agenda von Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman

The Black Agenda

Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman
Bold Solutions for a Broken System
3.5 (168 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Black Agenda?

The Black Agenda (2022) is a compilation of essays by Black experts reflecting the latest developments and challenges in diverse fields such as wellness, criminal justice, climate activism, and AI.

Wer The Black Agenda lesen sollte

  • Activists of all stripes
  • Anyone who wants to know how tech perpetuates racism
  • Anyone who wants to know how climate change and racial justice are linked

Political Philosophy Bücher: On War von Carl von Clausewitz

On War

Carl von Clausewitz
4.3 (353 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in On War?

On War (1832) is widely considered to be a landmark book on the subject of war. In its serious and thoughtful consideration of why and how states engage in warfare, it continues to be an influential piece of writing centuries later.

Wer On War lesen sollte

  • History buffs
  • Those interested in the politics and morality of war
  • Anyone curious about military strategy

Political Philosophy Bücher: Free Speech von Jacob Mchangama

Free Speech

Jacob Mchangama
A History from Socrates to Social Media
4.5 (128 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Free Speech?

Free Speech (2022) traces the history of this world-defining idea. It provides a soapbox for some of free speech’s greatest proponents and highlights key events that pushed the idea forward from ancient times to the present. Offering an evenhanded treatment of the costs and benefits of free speech throughout history, it’s a powerful retort to all those forces that threaten to erode free speech today.

Wer Free Speech lesen sollte

  • Passionate defenders of free speech who could use more argumentative ammunition 
  • Students preparing for campus debates on whether free speech should be limited
  • Anyone on the left or right seeking insight into modern-day debates on free speech

Political Philosophy Bücher: Dear America von Graham Allen

Dear America

Graham Allen
Live Like It's 9/12
3.4 (195 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Dear America?

Dear America (2021) is a call to action for Americans. It implores them to unite despite differences – and preserve their nation before it’s too late.

Wer Dear America lesen sollte

  • Americans of all political stripes
  • Anyone interested in US history
  • People intent on preserving free speech and diversity of thought

Political Philosophy Bücher: Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) von George Orwell

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)

George Orwell
4.8 (1.439 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)?

Nineteen Eighty-Four, also published as 1984, is a dystopian novel from 1949 that deals with the perils of totalitarianism. It’s set in an imagined future in a superstate called Oceania, which is ruled by an authoritarian government that maintains power through constant surveillance and other insidious means.

Wer Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) lesen sollte

  • Anyone who’d like to know more about this must-read classic
  • People interested in politics and history
  • Those who are worried about freedom of thought

Political Philosophy Bücher: Propaganda von Edward Bernays


Edward Bernays
4.7 (346 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Propaganda?

Propaganda (1928) is a plain-speaking and unashamed defense of the techniques of political and social manipulation. Far from being a dark art practiced by despots and dictators, Bernays suggests that propaganda instead plays an essential and necessary role in the life of modern democracies. Not everyone agrees, of course, but nearly 100 years later the enduring influence of Bernays’s arguments is reason enough to engage with them.

Wer Propaganda lesen sollte

  • Anyone who works in PR, advertising, or marketing
  • History buffs
  • Politicos interested in American democracy

Political Philosophy Bücher: Brave New World von Aldous Huxley

Brave New World

Aldous Huxley
4.5 (269 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Brave New World?

Brave New World (1932) is a dystopian novel set in a world where citizens are socially engineered to be complacent and pleasure-seeking. It’s a world that worships Henry Ford –⁠ a scaled-up version of an assembly line that’s mass produced, homogenous, and ultimately consumable. 

Wer Brave New World lesen sollte

  • Anyone fascinated by dystopias, utopias, and everything in between
  • People concerned about the state of modern society
  • Fans of George Orwell who want a very different take on dystopia

Political Philosophy Bücher: Macbeth von William Shakespeare


William Shakespeare
4.8 (96 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Macbeth?

Macbeth (1606) is the Shakespearean tragedy of Scottish general Macbeth and his doomed attempt to seize his country’s throne. His ambitions ignited by a prophecy spoken to him by three witches, Macbeth’s path to power begins with anxiety and reticence and ends with callousness and cruelty. His story is a timeless exploration of guilt, paranoia, madness, prophecy, and the evils of ambition.

Wer Macbeth lesen sollte

  • Shakespeare lovers who haven’t had the chance to read Macbeth 
  • Those who find Shakespeare’s original language difficult to enjoy
  • Macbeth fans who want a refresher

Political Philosophy Bücher: A Theory of Justice von John Rawls

A Theory of Justice

John Rawls
4.3 (245 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in A Theory of Justice?

A Theory of Justice (1971) is a seminal work of political philosophy, in the social contract tradition. One of the most widely debated philosophical works of the twentieth century, it provides a framework for evaluating societies and social outcomes in terms of justice, fairness, and rights.

Wer A Theory of Justice lesen sollte

  • Political philosophy buffs
  • Those wishing to deepen their understanding of social inequality
  • Anyone who cares about creating a fairer society

Political Philosophy Bücher: The Shadow Docket von Stephen Vladeck

The Shadow Docket

Stephen Vladeck
How the Supreme Court Uses Stealth Rulings to Amass Power and Undermine the Republic
4.6 (12 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Shadow Docket?

The Shadow Docket (2022) explores the Supreme Court’s growing abuse of its shadow docket – the procedural rulings it issues, often anonymously and without explanation. Since the mid-2010s, the conservative wing of the Court has increasingly relied on this opaque tactic to empower Republican administrations, influence elections, and transform the law in ways that threaten their own legitimacy.

Wer The Shadow Docket lesen sollte

  • Citizens affected by the Supreme Court’s decisions
  • Students curious about the court system
  • Anyone interested in the rule of law

Political Philosophy Bücher: Atlas Shrugged von Ayn Rand

Atlas Shrugged

Ayn Rand
3.7 (170 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Atlas Shrugged?

Atlas Shrugged (1957) plunges you into a dystopian America where the economy stagnates and society crumbles. As you navigate this complex narrative, you'll meet ambitious industrialists and scheming bureaucrats, and encounter the enigmatic question, "Who is John Galt?" Prepare to grapple with philosophical themes of capitalism, individualism, and self-interest in this intricate web of economics, politics, and human resilience.

Wer Atlas Shrugged lesen sollte

  • Fans of philosophical fiction and thought-provoking narratives
  • Advocates of individualism and laissez-faire capitalism
  • Readers interested in dystopian novels and societal critique

Political Philosophy Bücher: Capital von Karl Marx


Karl Marx
A Critique of Political Economy
4.4 (256 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Capital?

Capital (1867) represents a groundbreaking analysis of money and its many roles at the height of the industrial revolution. By focusing on the exploitation of the working class, the text challenges traditional economic theories and frames a capitalist economy as a system inherently leading to social inequality and class struggle.

Wer Capital lesen sollte

  • Students studying political theory, economics, or sociology
  • Those curious about one of the most influential texts in economics
  • Readers seeking insights on class struggles and social inequalities

Political Philosophy Bücher: How to Think Like a Philosopher von Peter Cave

How to Think Like a Philosopher

Peter Cave
Scholars, Dreamers and Sages Who Can Teach Us How to Live
4.3 (229 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How to Think Like a Philosopher?

How to Think Like a Philosopher (2023) draws from the lives and work of thinkers through history to reveal unique perspectives on beauty, truth, and the nature of reality. It presents philosophy as an all-too-human search for meaning, and encourages everyone to do the same.

Wer How to Think Like a Philosopher lesen sollte

  • Deep thinkers looking for inspiration and wisdom from the past
  • Those curious about the ideas that have shaped the ways we approach life 
  • Anyone craving new ways to think about things

Political Philosophy Bücher: Poverty, by America von Matthew Desmond

Poverty, by America

Matthew Desmond
3.8 (155 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Poverty, by America?

Poverty, by America (2023) delves into the paradoxical issue of poverty in the abundant country of the United States. It explores potential solutions to this pervasive issue, based on extensive research.

Wer Poverty, by America lesen sollte

  • Poverty abolitionists
  • Lawmakers
  • Corporate leaders and shareholders

Political Philosophy Bücher: You Will Own Nothing von Carol Roth

You Will Own Nothing

Carol Roth
Your War with a New Financial World Order and How to Fight Back
3.2 (274 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in You Will Own Nothing?

You Will Own Nothing (2023) challenges you to confront a possible future where global elites dictate what you do and don’t have. Dive into an investigation of the forces striving to reshape our very notions of ownership, and discover strategies to ensure your autonomy and assets aren't just safe but thriving. Brace yourself: it's time to redefine your future.

Wer You Will Own Nothing lesen sollte

  • Financial enthusiasts exploring global economic shifts.
  • Technological futurists keen on societal implications.
  • Advocates for personal rights and wealth autonomy.

Political Philosophy Bücher: Social Justice Fallacies von Thomas Sowell

Social Justice Fallacies

Thomas Sowell
3.6 (39 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Social Justice Fallacies?

Social Justice Fallacies (2023) unravels the myths and misconceptions driving today's social justice movement. It turns out that many popular beliefs about how society should be improved often conflict with concrete facts. This exploration sheds light on the perilous path of good intentions paired with fallacious assertions.

Wer Social Justice Fallacies lesen sollte

  • Critical thinkers who find themselves questioning social justice movements
  • Enthusiasts of fact-driven political discourse
  • Anyone wanting to debunk widely accepted social narratives

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