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Beyond Rights: Liberalism’s Responses to Hateful ViewpointsBeyond Rights: Liberalism’s Responses to Hateful Viewpoints
Distinguishing between two overarching ways of framing state action—coercive and non-coercive—I contend that such criticism should be pursued through the state’s non-coercive capacities as speaker, educator, and spender
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Edmund Burke Reflections on the Revolution in FranceEdmund Burke Reflections on the Revolution in France
Burke, in short, was opposed to the rational optimism and the individualism of the Enlightenment. In time, his work became the bible of conservatism, an arsenal of arguments against social and democratic reform
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The Prince and the LawThe Prince and the Law
Published in: T. Eger. J. Bigus, C. Ott and G. von Wangenheim (eds.), International Law and Its Economic Analysis, Festschrift für Hans-Bernd Schäfer, Wiesbaden: Gabler-Verlag, 57-70
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D. The Path to Utopia, 1945-1973 XIX. Present at the CreationD. The Path to Utopia, 1945-1973 XIX. Present at the Creation
The Great Depression and World War II together ended the idea of laissez faire: the idea that
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Republic of South AfricaRepublic of South Africa
Sentence judgment delivered: 15 april 2013
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