Liberty and Democracy in the Thought of John Hallowell
This conference addressed the thought of John Hallowell with specific reference to his critique of liberalism. Hallowell, unlike many of his contemporaries, considered the extent to which liberalism, and particularly liberalism as conceived by political scientists, had become antithetical to individual liberty. A main theme for discussion for this colloquium was the way in which an emphasis on procedure and institutions has occurred at the expense of the importance of principles in society—most importantly, the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals.
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