The liberal mind /

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Main Author: Minogue, Kenneth R., 1930-2013.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, 1999.
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Table of Contents:
  • Kenneth Minogue, The Liberal Mind
  • Front Matter
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Details
  • Table of Contents, p. v
  • Preface to the Liberty Fund Edition, p. vii
  • Preface, p. xiii
  • One . Introduction
  • 1. Suffering Situations, p. 1
  • 2. Is Liberalism an Ideology?, p. 12
  • Two . The Anatomy of Liberalism
  • 1. A Philosophy of Desiring, p. 17
  • 2. The Commands of Reason, p. 22
  • 3. The Uses of Calculation, p. 31
  • 4. The Puritan Contribution, p. 40
  • 5. The Structure of Generic Man, p. 46
  • Three . Ethics and Politics
  • 1. Moral Experience, p. 61 2. The Illusion of Ultimate Agreement, p. 70
  • 3. Politics and Technique, p. 79
  • Four . Moral and Political Evasions
  • 1. The Doctrine of Needs, p. 91
  • 2. The Lure of the Positive Approach, p. 99
  • 3. How to Make Trends and Influence People, p. 108
  • 4. Scientific Moralism, p. 115
  • Five . Society and Variations
  • 1. Society and Aspiration, p. 123
  • 2. The Uses of Society, p. 131
  • 3. Education and Society, p. 137
  • Six . Freedom
  • 1. Freedom as a Manner of Living, p. 145
  • 2. Freedom and Spontaneity, p. 155 3. Public Provision and Moral Protection, p. 159
  • Seven . Conclusion
  • 1. The Moral Character of Liberalism, p. 166
  • 2. The Balance of Liberalism, p. 175
  • Index, p. 181