Essays in the liberal idea of freedom.


Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 1964.

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Subjects Democracia.
Democracy.
Démocratie.
Liberalism.
Libertad -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
Liberté
Liberty.
Libéralisme.
Socialisme.
Description 210 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Errata slip inserted.
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 189-201).
Summary Examination of ancient and modern political ideas, with extensive analysis of the philosophical position of the "new Conservatism" in the United States.
Contents Foreword: On the crisis, so-called, of liberalism -- part 1. Freedom and domination: The myth of the iron law of oligarchy -- Politics and the dimensions of power -- Socrates versus Hobbes on the nature of power -- Montesquieu's theory of freedom -- Politics as a secular theology: the aristocratic theory of George Santayana -- Freedom and domination: the political theory of R.M. MacIver -- part 2. The liberal idea of freedom: Democracy and the problem of civil disobedience -- Power, law, and freedom of inquiry -- The politics of segregation -- Milton's Areopagitica: testament for our time -- Labor and liberty: the discourses of Harold J. Laski -- The nature and limits of freedom -- part 3. The conservative malaise: The jungle of conservative thought -- Some conservatives in quest of a theory -- Conservatism and the medieval mind -- Freedom, virtue, and the "new" scholasticism: the Supreme Court as philosopher-kings -- Afterword: Why communists are not of the Left.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)558383
(OCoLC)ocm00558383
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WorldCat Identities Spitz, David, 1916-1979.
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