The Hidden Text of Mill's Liberty
Rowman & Littlefield, 1991 - 183 sider
This reinterpretation of John Stuart Mill's On Liberty aims to provide a close study of the essay. The author examines the uses Mill makes if the republican tradition that give this classic essay its power and depth. Justman also includes an examination of the essay's euphemisms, suppressions, asides and allusions which figure prominently in his analysis of the work. He argues that Mill's essay is an unsuccessful attempt to reduce the republican tradition to the single principle of non-interference.
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