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- n. an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
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Traditional political theory involved considerable attention to ways coherence might be induced through constitutions, laws, and other stable rules, or by a community of moral obligation, often inspired and buttressed by religious dogma Berki, 1979; Waterstone, 1966.
The difficulties associated with concepts of interest and the representation of the absent form a large part of traditional and contemporary debate in political theory Dahl, 1978; Pate-man, 1985; Pitkin, 1981.
Raised to run the family gristmill and ironworks, he had taught himself mathematics, history, and political theory and was apparently a good Latinist as well.