By Hans Kelsen
Eric Voegelin is known as a thinker of heritage and a as some of the most eminent political scientists of the 20 th century. His such a lot basic paintings on political idea, the 'New technology of Politics', is these days thought of a vintage in its box. whereas the 'New technology' has continually been very debatable booklet, its critics have rarely taken the soreness to pinpoint the weaknesses they condemned Voegelin's booklet for. there's, besides the fact that, one exception: merely almost immediately after the looks of Voegelin's 'New technological know-how' in 1954, Hans Kelsen has written a so much targeted respond to this booklet of his former scholar. Being a extraordinary thinker himself of an erudition and breadth of data that fits that of Eric Voegelin, Hans Kelsen is ready to help the severe stance he is taking on Voegelin 'New technology' by means of transparent and good based argument. This serious respond to Voegelin's 'New technological know-how' is not just a huge contribution to the dispute in regards to the foundations of political order in glossy society, yet also will turn out useful to readers usually drawn to Voegelin's lifestyles and paintings.
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