The Open Society and Its Complexities (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
312
Utgivningsdatum
2021-10-20
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OUP USA
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240 x 163 x 21 mm
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518 g
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1
ISBN
9780190648978
The Open Society and Its Complexities (inbunden)

The Open Society and Its Complexities

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The "Open Society" is a society of free individuals, cooperating while pursing diverse ways of living. The Open Society and Its Complexities marshals formal models and empirical evidence to show that our open society is grounded on the moral foundations of human cooperation originating in our distant evolutionary past, but has built upon these foundation a complex society that requires us to rethink both the nature of moral justification and the meaning of
democratic self-governance.
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Gerald Gaus was the James E. Rogers Professor of Philosophy and Head of the Department of Political Economy and Moral Science, at the University of Arizona. His books include Value and Justification, Justificatory Liberalism, The Order of Public Reason and, most recently, The Tyranny of the Ideal: Justice in a Diverse Society.

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Preface Prolegomenon: Hayek's Three Unsettling Theses 1. Beyond Human Nature? 2. Beyond Moral Justification? 3. Beyond Human Governance? 4. Three Enquiries on The Open Society Part I: The Rise of a Normative Species 5. A Natural History of Moral Order 6. The "Starting Point" 7. The Egalitarian Revolution 8. Self-Interest, Reciprocity and Altruism 9. Internalized, Enforced, Social Rules 10. The Other Side of Morality 11. Cultural Evolution 12. The Rise and (Partial) Fall of Inequality 13. A Complex Moral Species Part II: The Diversity and Self-Organized Complexity 14. Liberalism and the Open Society 15. Understanding Diversity 16. Autocatalytic Diversity 17. Diversity and Complexity 18. The Morality of Self-Organization 19. The Social Contract 20. A Self-Organization Model 21. Moral Diversity in The Open Society Part III: The Complexities of Self-Governance 22. Self-Governance 23. Macro Control 24. Macro Structure 25. Strategic Dilemmas and Polycentricity 26. Meso-Level Goal Pursuit 27. Sectoral Policy 28. Self-Governance from The Bottom-Up: Simplifying The Problems Of Governance 29. Our Moral Nature and Governance in the Open Society 30. Liberal Democracy Epilogue Appendix A Appendix B Bibliography