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Political Science - Theory and Thought

Political Science - Theory and Thought

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  • Author(s): Davis Panadan Varghese
  • Brand: MPP House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9788194372202
  • Approx. Pages 645 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
The book "Political Science: Theory and Thought" has been written in accordance with the course contents for law students of 5-tear LLB Programme. The books unique on several grounds. Firstly, this is the first reference book for students of law and faculty, which contains detailed portions of the syllabus. Secondly, it helps  the students to answer all the questions in the exams in systematic way. Thirdly, each chapters has been narrated in a clear and lucid style, so that the readers may understand them easily. Fourthly, this book is a perfect guide for those who are pursuing the research in any field of knoledge. And lastly, the language is simple and understandable. All in all author has made every effort to present the answers in distinct, evident and intelligible style. At the end of the chapters, the author has given university old question papers and a list of reference books. The author has consulted many books while writing this book. A student or faculty who is been to learn more about political science is advised to read further the books mentioned in the reference.
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Contents

Unit -I
Chapter - 1    Definition, meaning, nature, scope and importance of political science
Chapter - 2    Is political Science a Science
Chapter - 3    Political Science and its Relations with other social sciences
Chapter - 4    Concept of state definition, meaning, nature  and elements
Chapter - 5    Origin of the state : Various theories
Chapter - 6    Sovereignty: meaning, definition, aspects, attributes and kinds
Unit - II
Chapter - 1    The Scope of ancient political thought and philosophy
Chapter - 2    Contributions of Socrates to political thought and philosophy
Chapter - 3    Contributions of plato to political thought and philosophy
Chapter - 4    Contributions of aristotle to political thought and philosophy
Chapter - 5    Rise of Rome : Contributions to political thought as a republic and an empire and
                         Roman Legal System
Chapter - 6    Rise of Christianity : Tenets, The Church and Papacy, Religion, Politics, St. Thomas
                         Aquinas's Political Philosophy and contributions
Chapter - 7    Machia Velli : Historical background, Historical method, the prince and its philosophy
Chapter - 8    Ancient Indian Political Thought: Pre vedic, Post Vedic, and classic period
Chapter - 9    Seven Limbs theory of the state of Indian tradition or saptang theory of state
Chapter - 10  Monarchy in ancient India: origin, types, functions, limitations and control
Chapter - 11   Birth of Islam : Teaching, contributions to political thought and 'shariat'
                          as the basis of law
Unit III
Chapter - 1    Western philosophy of Individualism and its contributions
Chapter - 2    Socialism : philosophy, its contributions and types of socialism
Chapter - 3    Marxism : Historical background, features, contributions and comparison with modern communism
Chapter - 4    Modern Indian philosophy : Gandhijis political thought
Unit IV
Chapter - 1    Rights, Meaning, Nature and kinds & Human rights and fundamental rights
Chapter - 2    Duties: Meaning, nature and kinds & fundamental duties
Chapter - 3    The concept of welfare and welfare state
Unit V
Chapter - 1    Democracy: meaning, nature, kinds, merits & defects and conditions for success
Chapter - 2    Direct Democracy : Important devices and practice
Chapter - 3    Dictatorship : meaning, features, merits and demerits
Chapter - 4    Totaliterian state : Nazism, Fascism and communism
Chapter - 5    Secularism and a secular state meaning, main features, arguments for and against & 
                        India - A secular State
University question Papers
Reference
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Author Details
Dr. Davis P. V (Fr. Dr. Davis Panadan Varghese CMI)
, holds PhD in law at the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru, already holds LL.M from the same institution and a Licentiate in Oriental Canon Law from Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram, Bengaluru and Pontifical Oriental Institute, Rome. He is an author of eight books and 37 articles. Since 2007, he is the lecturer of civil and canon law at Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram. He was actively involved in Human Rights, Environmental protection programme and Social action programme of Jananeethi, a NGO based at Trichur in Kerala. He served as administrator and Director of Research Centre, DVK. He was honoured with "KEMPEGOWDA AWARD" for a social worker by Brughat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike in 2011. He was the founder Chairman and Principal of Blessed Chavara School, Bengaluru. At present, he is the Principal of Christ Academy Institute of Law, Bengaluru and Director of Christ Public School, Basavanagar. He is also the PRO of Mandya Catholic Diocese, Promoter of Justice and the Parish Priest of St. Mary's Church, Basavanagar, Kaggadasapura, Bengaluru. His contact details: Mob. No. 9916 710071, Email:davispanadan2007@gmail.com
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