Understanding a political theory becomes easier for students when they are learning the concepts presented here, in this book. Social and political philosophies become easier for the students where the mainstream academic political philosophies take the lead in normative issues, across different nations. Universal content is occasional, whereas MPP, or the mainstream political philosophy, is just mainly parochial. To understand non-western societies, one can hardly bring in references to local problems. The difficulties are further compounded because of the non-availability of any good political science journals today. The book is motivated by a unique but tireless drive, to cater to the needs of those deserving students who are yearning for a quality textbook on the subject of political theory. It is gradually becoming an interdisciplinary concept for any students from the other departments.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Well, it would require intense concentration to listen to and fully understand due to the narrator's accent.
Would you be willing to try another one of Andrea Giordani’s performances?