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  1. Toward Ideational Collective Action: The Notions of Common Good and of the State in Late 19th Century Social Liberalism.Bojan Vranic - 2019 - Filozofija I Društvo 30 (3):369-383.
    The aim of this paper is to analyze notions of common good and of the state in late 19th century British social liberalism and their relation to collective action of the citizens. The author shows that British social liberals argued for a type of state that uses top down strategy to encourage collective action in order to transform individuals into a socially responsible groups, i.e. good citizens. The paper focuses on philosophical works of F. H. Bradley, ethics of T. H. (...)
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  • The General Will and the Speech Community: British Idealism and the Foundations of Politics.Janusz Grygieńć - 2018 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 26 (4):660-680.
    ABSTRACTAlthough the British Idealists did not provide a systematic account of language as a distinct philosophical phenomenon, language is nonetheless a fundamental element of Idealist social and political philosophy. This is seen mostly in the Idealist treatment of the concept of general will, which resulted in a Hegelian theory of community, constituted by shared understandings and a shared account of the common good and common interest. This article contains analysis of the relations between language and socio-political institutions in British Idealist (...)
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