自由主义
Liberalism

  • 作   者:

    伦纳德•特里劳尼•霍布豪斯
    L. T. Hobhouse

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    双语

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新自由主义理论的领军之作。

《自由主义》在新自由主义经典中占有开创性的地位,作者在本书中对19世纪自由主义在英国的发展过程进行全面论述,重点探讨了弗杰里米.边沁、约翰.斯图亚特.密尔、格莱斯顿和理查德.科布登等这些有代表性的自由主义思想家的观点、彼此的内在关系以及在英国的政治和社会生活中所起的作用。同时,也包含了作者本人关于自由主义的见解。

Liberalism, a seminal work in the neoliberalism, gives a comprehensive account of the development of liberalism in Britain in the 19th century, with a special emphasis on the ideas of such representative liberal thinkers as Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill, Glastone and Richard Cobden, as well as their interrelations and their role in British political and social life. Of course, the author also puts forward his own views on liberalism.

伦纳德·特里劳尼·霍布豪斯是一位英国自由主义政治理论家和社会学家,被认为是社会自由主义最早的倡导者之一。在阐述他的社会学概念时,他引用了他在其他几个领域的知识: 哲学、心理学、生物学、人类学、生物学、人类学,以及宗教史、伦理学和法律。霍布豪斯对社会变革的过程感兴趣,他试图将这种变革与其对社会整体进步的贡献联系起来; 他还研究了与社会变革有关的知识、道德和宗教的历史。

Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse (1864-1929), was a British liberal political theorist and sociologist, who has been considered one of the leading and earliest proponents of social liberalism. In elaborating his conception of sociology, he drew on his knowledge of several other fields: philosophy, psychology, biology, anthropology, biology, anthropology, and the history of religion, ethics and law. Interested in the process of social change, Hobhouse tried to correlate such change with its contribution to the general advance of the community; he also studied the history of knowledge, morals and religions in relation to social change.

现代国家是一种独特文明的特殊产物。不过这一产物仍处于形成过程之中,其中一部分过程是社会秩序新旧原则之间的斗争。要理解新原则(此乃本书目的所在),须首先考察一下旧原则。我们必须了解旧的社会结构,而且本书将阐明,在自由主义思想的推动下,旧的社会结构将缓慢而必然让位于新型的公民社会结构。

The modern State is the distinctive product of a unique civilization. But it is a product which is still in the making, and a part of the process is a struggle between new and old principles of social order. To understand the new, which is our main purpose, we must first cast a glance at the old. We must understand what the social structure was, which—mainly, as I shall show, under the inspiration of Liberal ideas—is slowly but surely giving place to the new fabric of the civic State.

  • 第一章 自由主义之历史渊源

  • 第二章 自由主义之构成要素

  • 第三章 自由主义之理论运动

  • 第四章 自由的“放任主义”

  • 第五章 格莱斯顿和穆勒

  • 第六章 自由主义的核心

  • 第七章 国家和个人

  • 第八章 经济自由主义

  • 第九章 自由主义的未来

  • Chapter 1 Before Liberalism

  • Chapter 2 The Elements of Liberalism

  • Chapter 3 The Movement of Theory

  • Chapter 4 "Laissez-Faire"

  • Chapter 5 Gladstone and Mill

  • Chapter 6 The Heart of Liberalism

  • Chapter 7 The State and the Individual

  • Chapter 8 Economic Liberalism

  • Chapter 9 The Future of Liberalism

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