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`as significant a new statement of liberal principles as anything since Mill's On Liberty.' Times Literary Supplement

'an impressive treatise' Canadian Journal of Philosophy

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"The Morality of Freedom" is one of the most important half-dozen books of political theory written since Rawls "A Theory of Justice." Raz has an irresistible gift for framing subjects of discussion, for illustrating them with deft but not overelaborate examples, for parsing distinctions with subtlety but not scholasticism (he makes as many distinctions as are useful, but no more). The book is infused with a profound sense of man as a project-driven and social creature, one whose life is enabled by "social forms" that are supported by political structures. Raz's prose is lucid; his theoretical discerning unflaggingly keen. The result is a true monument of modern liberal philosophy.
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