Freedom: A New Analysis
by Maurice Cranston

An analysis of the meaning if freedom and free will and liberalism in England, France, Germany, and America. He makes good points and he makes them quickly. He shows where other philosophers have gone wrong. He is right most of the time, but he makes two mistakes. He accepts the propaganda that free-market capitalism impoverishes workers and needs to corrected by state intervention. He comes down on the wrong side of the free will controversy by confusing predictability in principle with predictability in practice.

Year Read: 2006


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