The Neo-liberal State Paperback – 7 Sep 2012
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Plant's critique of neo-liberalism, focused on showing the "intrinsic contradictions" of the neo-liberalist theories (or pseudo-theories)is...appropriate, well-documented and convincing. (Carlo Focarelli, IYIL)
About the Author
Raymond Plant born in 1945. Lecturer in Philosophy University of Manchester 1967; Senior Lecturer from 1974; Professor of Politics University of Southampton and subsequently Dean of Social Sciences between 1979 and 1994; Master of St. Catherine's College Oxford 1994-2000; Research professor of Modern European Political Thought University of Southampton 2000-2; Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy at King's College Law School from 2002 to the present; Dean and Head of the School between 2006-8; Vincent Wright Professor of Law and Political Philosophy at Sciences Po Paris in 2008. He is the author of 10 books on Political Philosophy. He has taught at the University of Frankfurt and Lisbon.
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