Book: Liberalism: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)

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A

anarchism 

Areopagitica (Milton) 

Asquith, Herbert 

Austria 

autonomy , ,

B

basis of liberalism ,

Bentham, Jeremy 

Berlin, Isaiah ,

Bernstein, Eduard 

Beveridge Report 1942 

Beveridge, William ,

Bildung

Bill of Rights 

birth of liberalism ,

Bright, John ,

Britain see

Bush, President George W. ,

C

capitalism , ,

censorship 

change over time , ,

civil society 

classical liberalism 

Cobden, Richard ,

collectivism ,

Collingwood, Robin George 

colonialism 

communism ,

conservatism , , ,

Constant, Benjamin ,

constitutionalism , , , , , , , , , , ,

cooperative evolutionary principle 

core concepts of liberalism , ,

Crisis of Liberalism, The (Hobson) 

criticism of liberalism , ,

Croce, Benedetto ,

Croly, Herbert , ,

cultural diversity ,

cultural influences 

Czech Republic 

D

Darwin, Charles 

Decline of Liberalism as an Ideology, The (Hallowell) 

decontestation ,

democracy , , , ; see also

birth of ,
standards 

development of individuals , , , ,

Dewey, John ,

discrimination 

diversity

cultural ,
moral 

division of labour 

domestic policy 

Dukakis, Michael 

Durkheim, Émile 

Dworkin, Ronald , ,

E

Eastern Europe 

economic freedom , ,

economics , , ,

education ,

for women 

egalitarianism 

Einaudi, Luigi 

elitist liberalism 

emancipation 

of women 
of working classes 

emotion , , , , ; see also

Engels, Friedrich 

enlightenment 

equality 

Europe 

Eastern Europe 

evolution 

social , ,

F

feminism ,

Finland 

free trade , , , , ,

Free Trade Hall, Manchester 

freedom; see also

of expression ,
of the individual , , , ,

Freedom Party, Austrian 

Fukuyama, Francis , , ,

G

Gaus, Gerald 

general interest concept ,

Germany , ,

globalization 

government , ; see also

birth of democracy ,

Green, Thomas Hill , ,

H

Hallowell, John H. 

harm principle ,

harmony , , , , , ,

Hartz, Louis ,

Havel, Václav 

Hayek, Friedrich August von , ,

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich ,

Herder, Johann Gottfried 

history of early liberalism ,

history of political thought 

Hobhouse, Leonard Trelawny , , , , , ,

Hobson, John Atkinson , , , ,

humanism 

Humboldt, Wilhelm von ,

I

idealism 

ideological victory 

ideologies , ,

illiberalism , , , ,

immigration 

imperialism ,

India ,

individualism , , , ,

development 
fairness 
freedom of expression , ,
philosophical liberalism 
radical freedom 
right to property 

individuality , , , , ,

freedom , , ,
spatial relations 

industrial revolution 

institutions 

internationalism 

interventionism 

‘invisible hand’ theory , ,

Italy 

J

Japan 

justice 

social ,

K

Keynes, John Maynard 

Kirk, Russell 

knowledge, desire for 

Koselleck, Reinhart 

L

Laski, H.J. 

layers of liberalism 

liberal communitarianism  , , ,

liberal democracy , , , , ; see also

Liberal Democrat party (Britain) 

Liberal Democratic party (Japan) 

liberal nationalism 

Liberal party (Britain) 

liberal political philosophy ,

liberal socialism 

Liberal Socialism (Rosselli) 

Liberal Tradition in America, The (Hartz) 

liberal world order 

Liberalism (Hobhouse) 

Liberalism and Social Action (Dewey) 

libertarianism 

liberty , , , , ; see also

Lippmann, Walter ,

List Pim Fortuyn, Netherlands 

Locke, John , , , , ,

M

Machiavelli, Niccolò 

Macpherson, C.B. 

Manchester Guardian

Manchester School ,

Mandeville, Bernard 

market freedom ,

markets , ,

self-regulating 

Marx, Karl 

Marxism 

Mazzini, Giuseppe 

Mill, John Stuart , , , , , , , , , ,

Milton, John 

minority groups ,

Mises, Ludwig von 

Money, L. Chiozza 

moral diversity 

morality , ,

morphology of liberalism , ,

adjacent concepts ,
peripheral concepts ,

Mouffe, Chantal 

multiculturalism ,

N

nationalism , , ,

natural rights ,

Naumann, Friedrich 

neoliberalism , , ,

Eastern Europe 

Netherlands ,

neutrality ,

new liberalism , , , ,

New Republic

non-negotiable principles , ,

O

‘On Liberty’ (Mill) , ,

open society 

opponents of liberalism , ,

ordoliberalism 

organic theory of liberalism , , ,

other-regarding actions 

P

passion , ; see also

paternalism of liberalism 

peripheral concepts of liberalism 

Philosophic Radicals ,

philosophical approach , , ,

pluralism , , ,

political liberalism , , ,

political liberty 

political parties 

political philosophy 

political spectrum, position of liberalism ,

political thought, history 

politics, emergence of liberalism 

politics of identity 

Politics and Morals (Croce) 

positive liberty ,

possessive individualism 

power , ,

practices 

Pragmatism 

principles ,

private property ,

progress , , , , , ,

progressivism , ,

property

private ,
right to 

proto-liberalism ,

pseudo-liberalism 

Public Opinion (Lippmann) 

R

rationality , , , , , ,

Rawls, John , , , ,

recognition 

Reform Acts (1832 and 1867) 

regional influences 

religion ,

liberalism as challenge to ,

republicanism 

revolutions 

right-wing pseudo-liberalism 

rights ,

group 
human 
natural ,
social 

Rosselli, Carlo 

Ruggiero, Guido de 

rule of law , , , ,

S

science in the enlightenment 

scientific principle 

Second Treatise of Government (Locke) 

self-definition 

self-determination ,

Smith, Adam ,

sociability , , ,

social contract theory 

social evolution , ,

social insurance schemes ,

social interdependence , , , , , ,

social justice , ,

social liberalism ,

social reform , , ,

social utility 

socialism , , , , , ,

solidarisme

Sørensen, Georg 

spatial relations 

Spencer, Herbert 

states ; see also

collective perspective 
economic role 
elitist liberalism 
interventionism 
liberal 
neutrality ,
social reforms 

Strauss, Leo 

structural flexibility of liberalism ,

Supreme Court (US) 

supporters of liberalism 

Szacki, Jerzy 

T

Tawney, R.H. 

Taylor, Harriet 

Tennyson, Alfred 

toleration 

Trilling, Lionel 

U

United Kingdom (UK)

emergence of liberalism 
immigration 
social insurance schemes 

United Nations (UN)

Charter of 1945
human rights 

United States (US) , , , , , ,

Bill of Rights 
conservatism 
Declaration of Independence 
paternalism 

utilitarianism ,

V

variants of liberalism 

victory of liberalism 

Vindication of the Rights of Woman, A (Wollstonecraft) 

W

Weber, Max ,

welfare state , , , , ,

welfare-state liberalism , , , ,

Williams, Bernard 

Wollstonecraft, Mary 

women

emancipation 
rights , ,
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