Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Positive and Negative Liberty" by Ian Carter

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Introductory works

  • Feinberg, J., 1973, Social Philosophy, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, ch. 1 [article-length general introduction]. (Scholar)
  • Flickschuh, K., 2007, Freedom. Contemporary Liberal Perspectives, Cambridge: Polity [introduction to Berlin and MacCallum together with analysis of the conceptions of freedom of Nozick, Steiner, Dworkin and Raz]. (Scholar)
  • Carter, I., Kramer, M. H. and Steiner, H. (eds.), 2007, Freedom: A Philosophical Anthology, Oxford: Blackwell [large number of excerpts from all the major contemporary contributions to the interpretation of freedom, with editorial introductions. The first of its nine sections is specifically on positive vs negative liberty]. (Scholar)
  • Gray, T., 1991, Freedom, London: Macmillan [comprehensive book-length introduction]. (Scholar)
  • Kukathas, C., 1993, Liberty, in R. Goodin and P. Pettit (eds.), A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy, Oxford: Blackwell [article-length general introduction]. (Scholar)
  • Pelczynski, Z. and Gray, J. (eds.), 1984, Conceptions of Liberty in Political Philosophy, London: Athlone Press [collection of essays on single authors, mostly historical]. (Scholar)
  • Miller, D. (ed.), 2006, The Liberty Reader, Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers. Reprinted, New York: Routledge 2016 [representative anthology of contemporary essays, including Berlin and his critics, with editorial introduction and a guide to further reading]. (Scholar)
  • Plant, R., 1991, Modern Political Thought, Oxford: Blackwell, ch 1 [article-length general introduction]. (Scholar)
  • Schmidtz, D. and Pavel, C. E. (eds), 2018, The Oxford Handbook of Freedom, New York: Oxford University Press [collection of essays by major contemporary authors, both conceptual and historical, and relating freedom to other political concepts such as rule of law, self-ownership, equality, exploitation, and democracy]. (Scholar)

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