1. Society and Power
2. The reshaping of man and the birth of totalitarian power
3. The conditions enabling individual choice and the limitation of power
4. Pareto and Machiavellianism: the problem and the errors5. Voluntary cooperation and unlimited democracy
Lorenzo Infantino is Professor of Philosophy of the Social Sciences at LUISS-Guido Carli in Rome, Italy. He is the author of Individualism in Modern Thought (1998, 2014), reviewed by the late Kenneth Minogue on the first page of the Times Literary Supplement, and Ignorance and Liberty (2003). His research circulates around social and political theory, intellectual history, political philosophy, political economy and sociological theory.