ROGER E. BISSELL, CHRIS MATTHEW SCIABARRA, EDWARD W. YOUNKINS, EDS.
THE DIALECTICS OF LIBERTY:
EXPLORING THE CONTEXT OF HUMAN FREEDOM
collection of essays, published by Lexington Books in June 2019, is
coedited by Roger E. Bissell, Chris Matthew Sciabarra, and Edward W. Younkins.
It features chapters from nineteen contributors---leading scholars in aesthetics,
business, economics, higher education, history, the humanities, law, philosophy,
politics, psychology, and social theory. Its writers offer a diversity of
perspectives, under the Big Tent that is "dialectical libertarianism."
The anthology explores the ways in which the defense of liberty can be bolstered by use of a dialectical method---that is a mode of analysis devoted to grasping the full context of philosophical, cultural, and social factors requisite to the sustenance of human freedom.
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From February 16, 2020 through June 20, 2020, the anthology was the subject of a systematic Facebook discussion group ("The Dialectics of Liberty"), in which seventeen of the nineteen contributors to the volume discusssed their chapters and replied to comments and questions with regard to their work. Some of that discussion is archived at the Facebook Discussion link below.
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