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Toleration and the Limits of Liberalism

Susan Mendus - Liberalism - 1989 - 171 pages
A discussion of John Locke's "Letter of Toleration" and John Stuart Mill's "On Liberty" is followed by an analysis of the concept of toleration, exploring its relationship to ...
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Religion Vs. Television: Competitors in Cultural Context

Jay Newman - Philosophy - 1996 - 155 pages
Newman, a noted scholar in the field of philosophy of religion, theology, and mass communications theory, examines a cultural phenomenon of far-reaching importance--the rivalry ...
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Reading Bayle

Thomas M. Lennon - Philosophy - 1999 - 202 pages
A critical but sympathetic treatment of Pierre Bayle. Once known as the 'Arsenal of the Enlightenment, ' his concepts were widely adopted by later thinkers, but since his time ...
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Biblical Religion and Family Values: A Problem in the Philosophy of Culture

Jay Newman - Family & Relationships - 2001 - 357 pages
Examines the relationship between religion and the family as fundamental forms of culture.
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Presbyterian Pluralism: Competition in a Protestant House

William J. Weston - Religion - 1997 - 192 pages
Focusing on the heated ideological struggles that occurred within the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., during the late 1800s and early 1900s, this book offers a compelling and ...
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Inauthentic Culture and Its Philosophical Critics

Jay Newman - Philosophy - 1997 - 218 pages
Jay Newman first puts the contemporary problem of inauthentic culture into philosophical and historical context. He then goes on to show how traditional philosophical criticism ...
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Human Dignity and Contemporary Liberalism

Brad Stetson - Philosophy - 1998 - 186 pages
Stetson's (director, David Institute) aim is to make a constructive critique of liberalism focusing on American public life. His argument is divided into two distinct parts ...
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