Questioning Ireland: debates in political philosophy and public policy; celebrating Fergal O'Connor OP Teacher and Philosopher.Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2000Description: viii, 259p. 22cmISBN: 1902448340Subject(s): public policy | political philosophy | O'Connor, Fergal | pluralism | democracy | nation state | common good | equality | feminism | Green politics | civil service | justice | social partnership | corporate governance | IrelandDDC classification: 320.9415
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Reviewed by Patrick Riordan S.J. in STUDIES, vol.89, no.356, Winter 2000, pp.401-405.
Figures of the teacher: Fergal O'Connor and Socrates by J. Dunne; Pluralism and the liberal basis of democracy by Shane O'Neill; The once and future European nation-state by A. Ingram; The common good and the politics of community by Iseult Honohan; Fergal'O'Connors's Plato: the family, private property and the state by Denys Turner; The challenge of Irish inequality by John Baker; Feminism and justice by Maeve Cooke; Green politics and ecological stewardship by John Barry; Prisons, politicians and democracy by Philip Pettit; The civil service: a defence? by F. Litton; Public policy and social partnership by Rory O'Donnell; 'Share value' and shared values? by Fergus Armstrong; The Priest in politics by Austin Flannery.