Barnard, Frederick Mechner
BARNARD, Frederick Mechner
BARNARD, Frederick Mechner. British/Canadian (born Czechoslovakia), b. 1921. Genres: Intellectual history, Philosophy, Politics/Government, Sociology. Career: Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Western Ontario, 1990-(Professor, 1970-90). Member, International Political Science Association. Head of Economics Dept., Wyggeston Grammar School, Leicester, 1948-59; Extra-Mural Lecturer, Leicester University and Leicester College of Technology, 1948-59; Sr. Lecturer and Director of Social Studies, Univ of Salford, 1959-64; Associate Professor, 1964-67, and Professor of Political Science, 1967-70, University of Saskatchewan. Publications: Between Enlightenment and Political Romanticism, 1964; J. G. Herder's Social and Political Thought, 1965; (ed.) Herder on Social and Political Culture, 1969; Socialism with a Human Face: Slogan and Substance, 1973; Self-Direction and Political Legitimacy, 1988; Pluralism, Socialism, and Politics, 1991; Democratic Legitimacy: Plural Values and Political Power, 2001; Herder on Nationality, Humanity, and History, 2003; Rational Purpose and Political Self-Enactment: Vignettes of Modernity, 2004. Address: RR1, Miller Lake, ON, Canada N0H 1Z0.