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e-Book Rereading Power and Freedom in J.S. Mill download

by Bruce Baum

ISBN: 0802047610
ISBN13: 978-0802047618
Language: English
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division (March 30, 2000)
Pages: 384
Category: Politics and Government
Subategory: Sociology

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Over one hundred years later, Bruce Baum, in Rereading Power and Freedom in . Mill, shows how important aspects of Mill's theory of freedom have been misinterpreted.

Over one hundred years later, Bruce Baum, in Rereading Power and Freedom in . The author recovers lost dimensions of Mill's thought, and in so doing, contributes to a critical sociology of freedom for our time. Drawing on Mill's thoughts on liberty and power scattered throughout his numerous texts on related subjects, Baum moves beyond what Mill has to say about freedom in On Liberty.

Yet he also powerfully challenges the equating of freedom with an absence of external constraints and offers an important corrective to the view that freedom and power are inversely related.

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Over one hundred years later, Bruce Baum, in "Rereading Power and Freedom in . Mill," shows how important aspects of Mill's theory of freedom have been misinterpreted. Drawing on Mill's thoughts on liberty and power scattered throughout his numerous texts on related subjects, Baum moves beyond what Mill has to say about freedom in "On Liberty

BRUCE BAUM Mill’s attention to the interplay between freedom and power in the economic sphere is one of the most distinctive features of his liberalism.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. Book Description: Baum recovers lost dimensions of Mill's thought, and in so doing, contributes to a critical sociology of freedom for our our time like workers' co-operatives & women's rights. eISBN: 978-1-4426-7926-9. Subjects: Political Science. Mill’s attention to the interplay between freedom and power in the economic sphere is one of the most distinctive features of his liberalism.

Bruce Baum convincingly shows that Mill's liberalism requires more than toleration and individualism and invites a broader understanding of liberalism, one which goes beyond noninterference, rights, and neutral procedures.

Bruce Baum convincingly shows that Mill's liberalism requires more than toleration and individualism and invites a broader understanding of liberalism, one which goes beyond noninterference, rights, and neutral procedures

In The Post-Liberal Imagination, Bruce Baum approaches American liberalism 'in a critical spirit' by examining the relationship between popular . He is the author of Rereading Power and Freedom in .

In The Post-Liberal Imagination, Bruce Baum approaches American liberalism 'in a critical spirit' by examining the relationship between popular culture and politics. Mill (2000) and The Rise and Fall of the Caucasian Race: A Political History of Racial Identity (2006). Here comes the boom! That's what happens when Bruce Baum brings political theory to popular culture.

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In his canonical text, "On Liberty", the English philosopher and social reformer John Stuart Mill (1806-73) looked at the limits imposed by society and the state on individual freedom. Over one hundred years later, Bruce Baum, in "Rereading Power and Freedom in J.S. Mill," shows how important aspects of Mill's theory of freedom have been misinterpreted. The author recovers lost dimensions of Mill's thought, and in so doing, contributes to a critical sociology of freedom for our time.

Drawing on Mill's thoughts on liberty and power scattered throughout his numerous texts on related subjects, Baum moves beyond what Mill has to say about freedom in "On Liberty." Baum discovers a consistent purpose behind Mill's advocacy of women's rights, universal suffrage, parliamentary and educational reforms, and workers' co-operatives. Whereas Mill is commonly interpreted as an advocate of negative liberty, Baum argues that Mill possesses a complex theory of freedom that unifies the pursuit of personal autonomy with the quest for collective self-determination through an egalitarian, genuinely participatory democratic politics.

This insightful work traces new connections between Mill's liberalism and the later revisionist liberalisms of theorists such as T.H. Green and John Dewey, as well as between the liberal and socialist traditions. Not only does it break new ground in its demonstration of the complementary relationship between freedom and power, it is the first comprehensive study of Mill's social and political thought that seriously engages his feminism.

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