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Liberalism: A Counter-History

De (autor) Traducere de Gregory Elliott
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 04 Feb 2014
In this definitive historical investigation, Italian author and philosopher Domenico Losurdo argues that from the outset liberalism, as a philosophical position and ideology, has been bound up with the most illiberal of policies: slavery, colonialism, genocide, racism and snobbery.

Narrating an intellectual history running from the eighteenth through to the twentieth centuries, Losurdo examines the thought of preeminent liberal writers such as Locke, Burke, Tocqueville, Constant, Bentham, and Sieyès, revealing the inner contradictions of an intellectual position that has exercised a formative influence on today’s politics. Among the dominant strains of liberalism, he discerns the counter-currents of more radical positions, lost in the constitution of the modern world order.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781781681664
ISBN-10: 178168166X
Pagini: 375
Dimensiuni: 157 x 231 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.59 kg
Editura: VERSO

Notă biografică

Domenico Losurdo is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Urbino, Italy. He is the author of many books in Italian, German, French and Spanish. In English, he has published Hegel and the Freedom of Moderns and Heidegger and the Ideology of War.

Recenzii

"Liberalism: A Counter-History by Domenico Losurdo stimulatingly uncovers the contradictions of an ideology that is much too self-righteously invoked."—Pankaj Mishra, Guardian

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"A brilliant exercise in unmasking liberal pretensions, surveying over three centuries with magisterial command of the sources."—Financial Times
"Stimulatingly uncovers the contradictions of an ideology that is much too self- righteously invoked." Pankaj Mishra, Guardian "A brilliant exercise in unmasking liberal pretensions, surveying over three centuries with magisterial command of the sources." Financial Times