A Free Society Reader: Principles for the New Millennium

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Michael Novak, William Brailsford, Cornelis Heesters
Lexington Books, 2000 - 414 páginas
A Free Society Reader rises to the challenge of freedom in the twenty-first century, offering thoughts and insights with significant implications for citizens of today's brand new world. Our era's most prominent figures in the fields of Christianity and liberty speak about Pope John Paul II's vision of a free society, conceptualize Christianity and political economy, debate issues of democracy and the free society, and question the role of culture. Together for the first time in one volume, these preeminent thinkers provide inspiration and insight to scholars, students, and general readers charting the enormous changes the new millennium has seen.
 

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Índice

III
1
IV
23
VI
27
VII
38
VIII
49
X
58
XII
66
XIII
81
XXXI
211
XXXII
217
XXXIII
229
XXXVI
235
XXXVII
244
XL
272
XLI
289
XLII
291

XVI
89
XVIII
96
XIX
107
XX
114
XXI
124
XXII
131
XXIII
139
XXIV
164
XXVI
177
XXVII
183
XXX
199
XLIII
311
XLIV
313
XLVI
329
XLVII
331
XLIX
385
L
390
LI
393
LII
397
LIII
411
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Michael Novak, the 1994 winner of the Templeton Prize, holds a chair at the American Enterprise Institute and is the author of more than twenty-five books. He is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal, National Review, and Forbes magazine. William Brailsford was on the senior staff of the Ethics and Public Policy Center from 1991-1998 and is a columnist for the Washington Times. Cornelis Heesters is a research associate at the American Enterprise Institute.

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