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Isaiah Berlin and the politics of freedom : "Two concepts of liberty" 50 years later

Author: Bruce David Baum; Robert Nichols
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013, cop. 2013.
Series: Routledge innovations in political theory.
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Named Person: Isaiah (1909-1997) Berlin; Isaiah Berlin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce David Baum; Robert Nichols
ISBN: 9780415656795 0415656796
OCLC Number: 867131147
Description: 1 vol. (XIV-269 p.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: "Two concepts of liberty" in context /James Tully --
In defense of Berlin : a reply to James Tully /George Crowder --
Defending Isaiah Berlin's distinctions between negative and positive freedoms /Maria Dimova-Cookson --
Freedom, autonomy, and social selves /John Christman --
Retrieving positive freedom and why it matters /Carol C. Gould --
Republicanism and the market in "Two concepts of liberty" /Eric MacGilvray --
Berlin and democracy /Ella Myers --
Making sense of negative liberty : Berlin's antidote to political rationalism /Melissa Orlie --
Berlin, Tagore and the legitimacy of nationalism /Partha Chatterjee --
Berlin, feminism, and positive liberty /Nancy Hirschmann --
From rationalism to micro-power : freedom and its enemies /Diana Coole --
The world of negative liberty : reading Isaiah Berlin through weak ontology /Robert Nichols --
Critical theory, ecology, and "What's wrong with negative liberty" /Bruce Baum.
Series Title: Routledge innovations in political theory.
Responsibility: edited by Bruce Baum, Robert Nichols.
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