If realism and impossible ideals are both relevant for judgment, if one sees all the ironies and ambiguities in the wills and actions of men and nations and yet refuses to accept the actual or historical as normative, how does one find an adequate rubric to do justice to such a dialectical position? This essay seeks to answer this question in relation to the disposition to Julius Stone.





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