Liberalism and Its Practice

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Psychology Press, 1999 - Philosophy - 191 pages
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Liberalism and its Practice brings together leading authorities who provide an excellent insight into the meaning and practice of liberalism. This book explores current debates surrounding liberalism at the end of the twentieth century and what it has to offer in practice. Its focus is two of liberalism's greatest emerging challenges: multiculturalism and states struggling with the transition to democracy. It considers considers the significant tensions that these pressures bring to liberal frameworks and asks what the viable alternatives are.
  

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Contents

PARTI
17
Can weakstate liberalism survive?
31
Hayek in Chile
50
The invisible hand and the cunnning of reason
64
PART II
79
PART III
125
The civic argument for socialism
146
left right and centre
170
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Dan Avnon is Lecturer of Political Science at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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