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A serious, measured, and encyclopaedic presentation of Canadian political ideas from their beginnings: this book is indispensable. -- Janet Ajzenstat, McMaster University

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A serious, measured, and encyclopaedic presentation of Canadian political ideas from their beginnings: this book is indispensable.

(Janet Ajzenstat, McMaster University)|

Political Thought in Canada is a thoughtful and engaging book on Canadian political thought, broadly understood. It contains a wealth of rich, detailed arguments on theorists and traditions, set within their political and intellectual context. Fierlbeck demonstrates throughout the text how to connect philosophy with the political and intellectual world.

(Margaret Moore, Queen's University)
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