Monday, June 23, 2014

Bosanquet on the General Will

"The General Will seems to be, in the last resort, the ineradicable impulse of an intelligent bring to a good extending beyond itself, in so far as that good takes the form of a common good." -- The Philosophical Theory of the State, p. 109

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