Neuhaus, Richard John
January 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1998, Issue 79, p68
Provides information on liberalism and liberal tradition. Contradictions found in the liberal tradition; Dependence of social capital on more capital; Need for contemporary liberalism to be countered by another liberalism that can draw on the founding sources of the liberal tradition itself.


Related Articles

  • Oligarquia e caciquismo em Oliveira Martins, Joaquín Costa e Gaetano Mosca (c. 1880-c.1900). Ramos, Rui // Analise Social;trim-dec2006, Vol. 41 Issue 178, p31 

    This essay examines the critiques of parliamentary liberalism in As Eleições (1878), by Oliveira Martins, Oligarquia y Caciquismo (1901), by Joaquin Costa, and Teorica dei Governi (1884), by Gaetano Mosca, in the context of changes which took place in liberal political culture in southern...

  • Rationally constructing the dimensions of the political sphere. Chwe, Michael // International Journal of Game Theory;2007, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p205 

    I construct a game-theoretic model in which people have preferences over two issues, but in which people rationally and endogenously choose to reveal their preferences over only one of them, leaving the other private and irrelevant for political action. In this way, people �construct�...

  • Social praxis, party, and class relations today. Malo, Egni // Academicus;2014, Issue 9, p172 

    Today's political sociologists are once again interested in the study of the crisis of mass-based parties, anti-politics and anti-parliamentarism, crisis in the authority of the political class, prevailing corporate interests within republican institutions, and populism. Political sociology...

  • THE LEFT'S LAST UTOPIA. Gray, John // National Review;7/19/1993, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p30 

    The article presents the author's views on the decline of anti-Americanism around the world as of 1993. The growth of anti-Americanism a few years ago was caused by the global hegemony of the country's national culture and the realities of its power. Pro-Americanism has grown in recent years in...

  • Tel Aviv and Jerusalem Drift Further Apart. BENN, ALUF // Moment Magazine;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p16 

    The author discusses reasons of the growing secular-religious divide between Tel Aviv, Israel and Jerusalem. He mentions that Jerusalem became more engaged to religious conducts while Tel Aviv started to engaged with liberalism. He states that due to the modernization and luxurious living in Tel...

  • Etzioni's new theory: a synthesis of liberal and communitarian views. Schilcher, Bernd // Journal of Socio-Economics;1999, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p429 

    There has always been a rather strong contrast between liberal and communitarian views. The liberal doctrine of "irreversible plurality of philosophical and moral ideas" for instance does not only mean that consensus about social values is difficult. "A public consensus about the necessary...

  • Liberal Kamusal Alan: Rawls'un Uzlasimci Liberal K�lt�r�. M�ft�oglu, Aydin // Sivil Toplum: Dusunce & Aastirma Dergisi;2003, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p31 

    The liberal tradition, always defined the public realm stemming from different social problems. In our age, the liberal thinkers needed to redefine the public realm stemming from present social problems. The demands for equality in liberal democracies implied that the concept of public realm...

  • Negative externalities and Sen’s liberalism theorem. Saari, Donald G.; Petron, Anne // Economic Theory;Jun2006, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p265 

    Sen’s seminal, negative theorem about minimal liberalism has had a profound effect on economics, philosophy, and the social sciences. To address concerns raised by his result, we show how Sen’s assumptions must be modified to obtain positive conclusions; e.g., one resolution allows...

  • Sociology Making a Difference. Wood, Brennon // New Zealand Sociology;2003, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p24 

    This article offers a reflection on sociology. The difference that sociology makes is on the agenda and difference is not a simple concept. According to the tenets of academic purism, sociologists make a difference by constituting a unique discipline within the epistemic manifold of the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics