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The Tragedy of Liberalism: An Alternative Defense of a Political Tradition (S U N Y Series in Social and Political Thought) Hardcover – September, 2000


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an excellent review of contemporary liberal philosophy. CHOICE
Offering a fresh and original perspective on recent debates over the foundations of normative political theory, van den Brink s analyses of Rawls, Raz, Habermas, Taylor, Honneth and Kymlicka (among others) are subtle, sophisticated, and state-of-the-art. His sensitivity to the vulnerabilities of having illiberal commitments in liberal society is nicely balanced with a firm commitment to liberalism s core value of personal autonomy. Joel Anderson, Washington University in St. Louis" --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Bert van den Brink is a Research Fellow on the Faculty of Law at Tilburg University, The Netherlands and coeditor of Burgergesellschaft, Recht und Demokratie." --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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