Liberalism: Ideas of freedom

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G. W. Smith
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Liberalism - 1725 pages
Encompassing the relationship between the state and the individual, society and the individual, the nature of freedom and the concept of the person, this four-volume set covers the main tenets of the liberal tradition. The collection includes material from the rich background and history of classical writings, and also emphasizes modern scholarship and contemporary issues.Fully indexed and including a new introduction by the editor, this is an invaluable reference tool for both researchers and students in the field.
 

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Contents

General Introduction
1
The Grounds of Basic Rights 347
13
Rawls Kantian ideal and the viability of modern liberalism 270
21
Liberalism Multiculturalism and Nationalism
29
Deliberative Democracy and Liberalism 245
31
The principles of a liberal social order
41
Liberalism
57
reply to Kukathas
67
The Macpherson version
148
self character and markets
159
On negative and positive liberty
179
Freedom and desire
202
29
220
MacCallum and the two concepts of freedom
222
J S Mill T H Green and Isaiah Berlin on the nature
237
Negative liberty liberal and republican
262

Excerpt from Two Faces of Liberalism
81
The liberalism of fear
91
How limited is liberal government?
107
Political and Economic
125
Rights and Welfare
273
Liberal individualism and liberal neutrality
282
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