Political Questions: Political Philosophy from Plato to Pinker  

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"In the eighty-year-long Hemoclysm sparked by Princip's bullets, three individuals—Stalin, Hitler, and Mao—were responsible for most of the violent deaths. [...] Most of the violence of the twentieth century has been caused by illiberal ideology, namely, Nazism and communism."--Political Questions: Political Philosophy from Plato to Pinker (2015) by Larry Arnhart

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Political Questions: Political Philosophy from Plato to Pinker (2015) is a book by Larry Arnhart.



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