Positive liberty: an essay in normative political philosophy

Hingham, MA: distributor, Kluwer Boston (1980)
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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Liberty is perhaps the most praised of all social ideals. Rare is the modern political movement which has not inscribed "liberty," ...

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