The Radical Critique of Liberalism

The Radical Critique of Liberalism

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There are many books about liberalism, but no defence of radical critique that treats liberal theory with the depth, breadth and intensity of this work. Rigorously examining Rawls, Waldron, Larmore and Kymlicka, the book demonstrates that an adequate appreciation of the deep structural ?aws of liberal theory presupposes the application of a critical philosophical methodology that has the power to reveal the systemic interconnections within and between the varieties of liberal inquiring practices.... MacIntyre lo- cates liberalisma#39;s incoherence at the level of its socio-political culture and in- stitutional embodiments leaving ... 17 of Alasdair C. MacIntyre, After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory, 2nd ed., Lon- don, Duckworth, 1985. ... that liberal societies create in denying that liberalism is the regime of consumers and servicers of consumers, see Ronald Beiner, ... For MacIntyre Nozicka#39;s and Rawlsa#39; theories of distributive justice which give no place to desert claims illustrate this ten-anbsp;...

Title:The Radical Critique of Liberalism
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