Etzioni's new theory: a synthesis of liberal and communitarian views
- Crisis, what crisis? Leadbeater, Charles // New Statesman;6/28/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4290, p17
Comments on the debate between liberals and communitarians over the state of the British economy. Liberalism's central claim that social progress is best measured by the expansion of choice; Overstated case against economic liberalism; Flaw of candidates to replace the market as the guiding...
- Particular Values and Critical Morality. Waldron, Jeremy // California Law Review;May89, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p561
Criticizes the idea of communitarianism. Concept of communitarianism; Communitarian response to critical liberalism; Details on the framework for analyzing the communitarian response.
- Reform Liberalism Reconsidered. Cha, In-Suk // Diogenes;2000, Vol. 48 Issue 192, p97
Reconsiders reform liberalism in the United States. Persistence of the liberal-communitarian debate in social and political philosophy during the 1980s; Advocacy of the values of capitalism and liberalism in reform liberalism; Conception of big government.
- A Communitarian Defense of Liberalism: Emile Durkheim and Contemporary Social Theory (Book). Watson, P. J. // Review of Religious Research;Sep93, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p76
Reviews the book "A Communitarian Defense of Liberalism: Emile Durkheim and Contemporary Social Theory," by Mark S. Cladis.
- KAIROS OF HISTORICAL ALTERNATIVE: LIBERALISM, GLOBALISM, TERRORISM--OR METANOIA, DIALOGUE, SYNERGY, SYMPATHY, UNIVERSAL CIVILIZATION. // Dialogue & Universalism;2001, Vol. 11 Issue 11/12, p5
Editorial. Introduces a series of articles published in the 2001 issue of the journal 'Dialogue and Universalism.' Focus on the history of Kairos; Lists of concepts on intellectual conscience of the world; Impact of terrorism on liberalism.
- A communitarian framework for understanding liberal social... Giddy, Patrick // South African Journal of Philosophy;Nov97, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p150
Deals with the communitarian framework for understanding liberal social practices. Findings of social sciences concerning the various social and psychological conditions for human development; Contribution of social sciences to ethics.
- Individualism, Communitarianism, and Docility. // Social Research;Winter1989, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p921
The article focuses on the philosophy of communitarianism and French philosopher Michel Foucault's idea of docility. It reports that an attack on liberalism is, in fact, an attack on right-based individualism. The author argues against the communitarian critique of right-based individualism and...
- Theorizing the Good Society: Hermeneutic, Normative and Empirical Discourses. Alexander, Jeffrey // Canadian Journal of Sociology;Summer2000, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p271
This paper examines two fundamentally different ways that recent philosophical thinkers have theorized the good society and demonstrates that each tradition has engaged in revisionist efforts that brings it toward its rival tradition. Rawls and Habermas represent the "base" of this contemporary...
- The destiny of modern virtue ethics. Gan, Shaoping // Frontiers of Philosophy in China;Sep2010, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p432
The revival of Aristotelian virtue ethics since the 1980s does not signify that it goes back to its original form; rather, it is generally manifested in three different variations: The first is a variation of what is known as communitarianism, the second is universalism, and the third is...