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The Relationshiop Between Liberalism and Conservatism : Parasitic, Competitive or Symbiotic

The Relationshiop Between Liberalism and Conservatism : Parasitic, Competitive or Symbiotic. This radical text contributes to the debate over the future of liberal theory as it offers an explicit critique of some of the leading players in that debate: William Galston, Jeffrey Reiman and Richard Rorty. It also offers an implicit critique of the general de-ontological liberal position.

Liberalism and Conservatism in the Epistemology of Perceptual Belief. Beyond Liberalism and Fundamentalism How Modern and Postmodern Philosophy Set the Theological Agenda. Ram Neta - 2010 - Australasian Journal of Philosophy 88 (4):685-705. Libertarianism and the Social Ideal of Liberty: NeoConservatism’s Libertarian Claims Reconsidered. Milan Zafirovski - 2011 - Social Epistemology 25 (2):183 - 209. The Attack on Liberalism. Mark Reiff - 2007 - In Michael Freeman & Ross Harrison (ed., Law and Philosophy. Oxford University Press. Nancey C. Murphy - 1996.

At the same time she provides a helpful reminder of the sceptical, pragmatic and anti-rationalist conservatism represented by Oakeshott which is so often neglected by attending only to the New Right libertarianism conventionally contraposed to liberalism. David Archard, Reader, Moral Philosophy, University of St. Andrews. 2. Mill, Neutrality and Inconsistency. 3. Hayek’s Libertarian Neutrality

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This radical text contributes to the debate over the future of liberal theory as it offers an explicit critique of some of the leading players in that debate: William Galston, Jeffrey Reiman and Richard Rorty. It also offers an implicit critique of the general de-ontological liberal position.