Freedom: A Coherence Theory

Hackett (1992)
... View (i) The Thesis of Essential Contestedness The view that freedom and other ideals such as justice are essentially contested is important, ...
Keywords Action  Coherence  Concept  Conflict  Freedom  Heteronomy  Justice  Social Philosophy  Theory
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ISBN(s) 0872201295   9780872201286   0872201287  
DOI 10.2307/2185755
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Paul Thagard (1998). Ethical Coherence. Philosophical Psychology 11 (4):405 – 422.

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