"In sum, Norms of Liberty is a significant addition to the philosophical literature of liberty, and it will surely be an influential work for years to come."
--The Independent Review
"Rasmussen and Den Uyl have produced a work of political philosophy that no one who wishes to discuss liberalism can afford to bypass."
--Philosophy of the Social Sciences
"Norms of Liberty . . . provides a seminal contribution to liberal political thought that will be of significant interest to Thomists as well as other classically trained Aristotelians and natural law theorists."
"The book gives a very interesting and well articulated defence of liberalism."
--Political Studies Review
"The book is well written, drawing on a wide range of contemporary literature. Its controversial claims will be of keen interest to graduate students and scholars, and accessible to advanced undergraduates."
“It is a work of classic stature that everyone interested in political philosophy needs to study.”
—David Gordon, Mises Review
“The book gives a very interesting and well-articulated defense of liberalism.”
—Ronald Tinnevelt, Political Studies Review
“[A] work of political philosophy that no one who wishes to discuss liberalism can afford to bypass.”
—Tibor R. Machan, Philosophy of the Social Sciences
About the Author
Douglas B. Rasmussen is Professor of Philosophy at St. John's University in New York City.
Douglas J. Den Uyl is Vice President of Educational Programs at Liberty Fund in Indianapolis.