Time, Freedom, and The Common Good

Time, Freedom, and The Common Good

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Here is a systematic reconstruction of the theory underlying a free society. By examining three fundamental constitutents of contemporary life social membership, temporality, and freedom the author raises questions of the meaning of citizenship, principles of governance, and the ways in which the fruitful pursuit of livelihood and leisure may be best advanced. Each is seen to suggest moral imperatives for the guidance of a free society. Drawing on intellectual and political inheritance, Sherover establishes the foundations of a pluralistic republicanism that evaluates its advancement of human freedom in practical and concrete terms.qAn Essay in Public Philosophy Charles M. Sherover. the possibilities for ... In contrast to command societies, for example, it does not assign each citizen to a particular job but leaves each free to find onea#39;s own; it does not assign leisure- time activities but leaves each free to choose them for oneself. The a#39;freedom to be freea#39; isanbsp;...

Title:Time, Freedom, and The Common Good
Author: Charles M. Sherover
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1989

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