... of pointing out the character common to them, were it not that in our day men
have forgotten their common character. ... have lost sight of the truth that in past
times Liberalism habitually stood for individual freedom versus State-coercion.
They have lost sight of the truth that in past times Liberalism habitually stood for
individual freedom versus State - coercion . And now comes the inquiry - How is it
that Liberals have lost sight of this ? How is it that Liberalism , getting more and ...
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J. H. MUIRHEAD THE MAN VERSUS THE STATE AS A P R E S E N T I SS UI E
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Spencer contended that any degree of State action more extensive that the
minimal State would create injustices since it would ' abstract from some men
advantages they have earned ' while awarding other men ' advantages they have
Author: Michael W. Taylor
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Men Versus the State is a study both of the political philosophy of Herbert Spencer (considered by many to be the greatest philosopher of Victorian Britain) and of the ideas of the Individualists, a group of political thinkers inspired by him to uphold the policy of laissez-faire during the1880s and 1890s. Despite their important contribution to nineteenth-century political debate, these thinkers have been neglected by historians, who have concentrated on the advocates of an enhanced role for government in economic and social affairs. The Individualists were forceful critics of thistendency to expand the frontiers of the State. This, the first comprehensive study of their ideas, sheds new light on the nature of late Victorian political argument. The book also provides an original perspective on Spencer's political philosophy, which provided Individualism with much of itsintellectual justification. It will be of interest to anyone who wishes to set free-market conservatism in a historical context.
touch upon the results of State education . Here we see in the first place that one
cast - iron system is applied throughout the country . The education provided is
the same in manufacturing districts , in agricultural districts , and in sea - faring ...
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But any open-minded person who takes the trouble today to read or reread The Man Versus the State will probably be startled by two things. The first is the
uncanny clairvoyance with which Spencer foresaw what the future
encroachments of ...
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. as operate in the production and distribution of wealth , or in the development of
language . ” This statement is to the effect that I ignore the " action of motives ...
The Liberals of his own day , he points out , had already “ lost sight of the truth
that in past times Liberalism habitually stood for individual freedom versus State -
coercion . " So the complete Anglo - American switch of reference , by which a ...
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of RepresentativesPublish On: 1932
Herbert Spencer is dead, and one imagined that the old “Man versus State ''
philosophy had gone with him—one ... up which saw the legislative machine as
something to be invoked for the creation of a better and finer type of men and
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
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Herbert shall make a savage , a brutal attack upon Spencer is dead , and one
imagined that the standard of wages and conditions of the old Man versus State "
philosophy had thousands of young women , who gone with him - one imagined
Carrying this argument further , that these institutions are Socialistic in character
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The research on international organisations (IOs) continues to be dominated by two distinctions: on the one hand, the distinction between rational choice and social construction; on the other hand, the distinction between IOs as arenas for ...
The research on international organisations (IOs) continues to be dominated by two distinctions: on the one hand, the distinction between rational choice and social construction; on the other hand, the distinction between IOs as arenas for states and IOs as actors in their own right. In this article I argue that these two distinctions structure not only our theoretical debates on IOs, but also what our theories aspire to explain: political conflicts in IOs. Through an in-depth study of two debates during a conflict in the world food organisations, I show how the distinctions were used to create lines of dispute. I conclude that research that itself establishes the distinctions on a theoretical basis is unable to grasp what conflict in IOs, since it fixes theoretically what is contested politically. What is called for is instead a practice-theoretical approach.