Liberalism: Justice and reason

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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

How not to defend liberal institutions
25
Moral neutrality and primary goods
43
Rawls on justice
57
Liberal individualism and liberal neutrality
70
Justice and rights
93
The procedural republic and the unencumbered self
123
Defending liberalism
139
Liberal neutrality and the value of autonomy
155
Rawls Kantian ideal and the viability of modern liberalism
270
Moral conflict and political legitimacy
306
Political liberalism
327
Liberalism liberty and neutrality
349
Pluralism and social unity
367
Liberalism autonomy and moral conflict
382
a critical notice
419
Political constructivism in Rawlss Political Liberalism
433

Liberalism autonomy and the politics of neutral concern
178
Joseph Raz and the contextual argument for liberal perfectionism
212
political not metaphysical
245
Review of Political Liberalism
458
Political Liberalism justice and gender
487
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