Liberty: God's Gift to Humanity
Lexington Books, 2006 - 285 páginas
Liberty: God's Gift to Humanity is a defense of liberalism, the political philosophy which holds that governments should be established for the protection of individual liberty. By means of revisiting the thinking of the men who created liberal theory over the past three centuries, author Chana Cox has demonstrated that historically the bond between liberalism and religion has been strong and that liberals have embraced virtue, encouraged social control, and increased the common good.
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On Hobbes and the New Science of Government
John Locke Absolute Liberty Just and True Liberty Equal and Impartial Liberty
Hobbes Locke and the Critics
Eighteenth Century Men and Not Angels
Adam Smith and the New Science of Freedom Smiths Methodology
Individual Liberty Meets Free Market Capitalism
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