Problem of Political Trust - 
      Grant Duncan

Problem of Political Trust

A Conceptual Reformulation

Trust has been the subject of empirical and theoretical inquiry in a range of disciplines, including sociology, economics, psychology, philosophy, public policy and political theory. The book approaches trust from a multi-disciplinary scope of inquiry. Les mer
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Trust has been the subject of empirical and theoretical inquiry in a range of disciplines, including sociology, economics, psychology, philosophy, public policy and political theory. The book approaches trust from a multi-disciplinary scope of inquiry. It explains why most existing definitions and theories of trust are inadequate.




The book examines how trust evolved from a quality of personal relationships into a critical factor in political institutions and representation, and to an abstract and impersonal factor that applies now to complex systems, including monetary systems.



It makes a distinctive contribution by recasting trust conceptually in dialectical and pragmatic terms, and reapplying the concept to our understanding of critical issues in politics and political economy.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 172
ISBN: 9780367504366
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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1. The Uses of Trust


2. Re-describing Trust


3. Trust's Political Genealogy


4. Transformations of Trust


5. Money. Trust in Action?


6. Hegel and Nietzsche


7. Trust With or Without Conditions


8. Conclusions
Grant Duncan is a scholar of political theory and public policy, and a political commentator, living in Auckland, New Zealand. His previous work on pain and on happiness, linking subjective states with political aims and public institutions, can be found in Economy & Society, Journal of Happiness Studies, and The Monist.