This volume investigates the relationship between consent and majority voting in modern political philosophy. The author argues that their relationship is important not only for understanding modern political thought, but also for addressing certain problems within contemporary democratic theory. He claims that modern examination of these concepts was crucially important for the development of political philosophy towards a democracy. Special emphasis is given to the political theories of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke and David Hume.
Ivan Mladenović is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade