- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2016
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Sawyer, S. (ed.), Stewart, Iain (ed.)
- VII, 222 p.
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
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In Search of the Liberal Moment
Democracy, Anti-totalitarianism, and Intellectual Politics in France since 1950
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"The title of this collection of essays is appropriate, since in the past several generations 'liberalism' has tended to be elusive and to have a largely negative connotation in France. ... For graduate students and specialists. Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students and faculty." (W. Safran, Choice, Vol. 54 (5), January, 2017)
Bloggat om In Search of the Liberal Moment
Stephen W. Sawyer is an Associate Professor and Chair of the History Department at the American University of Paris, France. Iain Stewart is a Lecturer in modern European history at University College London, UK, and is currently writing a monograph on Raymond Aron's place in the history of liberal thought in France and internationally.
Introduction. 'New Perspectives on France's 'Liberal Moment'; Stephen W. Sawyer and Iain Stewart, 1. 'Taking Anti-totalitarianism Seriously: the Emergence of the Aronian Circle in the 1970s'; Gwendal Chaton 2. 'Plettenburg not Paris: Julian Freund, the New Right and France's Liberal Moment'; Daniel Steinmatz-Jenkins 3. 'Rethinking the French Liberal Moment: Some Thoughts on the Heterogeneous Origins of Lefort and Gauchet's Social Philosophy'; Noah Rosenblum 4. 'On the Supposed Illiberalism of Republican Political Culture in France'; Jean-Fabien Spitz 5. 'The Best Help I Could Find to Help Understand our Present': Francois Furet's Anti-revolutionary Reading of Tocqueville's Democracy in America'; Michael Scott Christofferson 6. 'Capitalism and its Critics: Anti-liberalism in Contemporary French Politics'; Emile Chabal 7. 'Foucault and the French Liberal Revival'; Michael Behrent 8. 'The French Reception of American Neoliberalism in the late 1970s'; Serge Audier Epilogue. 'Neoliberalism and the Crisis of Democratic Theory'; Stephen W. Sawyer