320.51 L695
Liberalism as ideology : essays in honour of Michael Freeden. --
Imp / Ed.:
New York, NY, Estados Unidos : Oxford University Press, c2012.
xiii, 291 p. ; 24 cm. 24 cm.
Acknowledgments. -- List of contributors. -- Preface: Return of the native / David Marquand. -- Introduction / Ben Jackson and Marc Stears. -- I. Liberal languages. -- 1. A cautious embrace: reflections on (left) liberalism and utopia / David Leopold. -- 2. Socialism and the new liberalism / Ben Jackson. -- 3. Liberalisms in India: a sketch / Rochana Bajpai. -- 4. Liberalism and American stories of peoplehood / Marc Stears. -- 5. The liberal dilemma: the economic and the social, and the need for a European contextualization of a concept with universal pretensions / Bo Stråth. -- 6. The problem of political parties in western liberalism, 1868-1968 / Paolo Pombeni. -- II. Ideologies and political theory. -- 7. Liberalism and analytical political philosophy / David Weinstein. -- 8. Political ideology and political theory: reflections on an awkward partnership / Andrew Vincent. -- 9. Ideology, political philosophy, and the interpretive enterprise: a view from the other side / Gerald Gaus. -- 10. Civil society and the reconstruction of the public sphere: ideologies between theory and politics / Gayil Talshir. -- 11. In defence of political understanding? / Michael Kenny. -- 12. Getting 'real' about political ideas: conceptual morphology and the realist critique of Anglo-American political philosophy / Mathew Humphrey. -- 13. The professional responsibilities of the political theorist / Michael Freeden. -- Michael Freeden: a bibliography. -- Index. --
Tomado de la cubierta: "Liberalism is the dominant ideology of our time, yet its character remains the subject of intense scholarly and political controversy. Debates about the liberal political tradition--about its history, its central philosophical commitments, its implications for political practice--lie at the very heart of the discipline of political theory. Many outstanding political theorists have contributed to the growing sophistication of these debates in recent years, but the original voice of Michael Freeden deserves particular attention. In the course of a body of work that spans over thirty years, Freeden's iconoclastic contributions have posed important challenges to the dominant understandings of liberal ideology, history, and theory. Such work has sought to redefine the very essence of what it is to be a liberal. Liberalism as Ideology brings together an international group of historians, philosophers, and political scientists to evaluate the impact of Freeden's work and to reassess its central claims."
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