[…] American libertarian, or for classical or philosophical or ideal “liberals” – “liberals” broadly speaking –  freedom of speech is essentially, as it were inalienably and self-evidently, bound to […]

[…] American libertarian, or for classical or philosophical or ideal “liberals” – “liberals” broadly speaking –  freedom of speech is essentially, as it were inalienably and self-evidently, bound to […]

[...] we call “liberalism” may appears to us as more a set of “priorities or predispositions” than a coherent ideology [...]

[...] marks the common and for the larger discussion quite typical problem with definitions of “liberalism,” while raising questions about what, after all, American conservatives and their critics, [...]

[...] questions would and must be both non-legalistically simple as well as simply favorable to the ideological liberal legal position. As an ideologue, she is unwilling to imagine that the truth might be relatively [...]

[...] know the underlying conflict between liberalism and Islamism well enough even to assess it (as between faith in reason and any reason of faith, but [...]

[...] the victory of the liberals, as Mr. Ibish and his allies like to point out, Islamists in particular could go on being [...]

[...] (as philosophical or ideal liberalism) is the ideology that turns what non-liberals prefer into its opposite, then insists that they [...]

[...] am thinking about the confrontation between “liberalism” – in the form of “liberal democracy” – and Islamism, but with a [...]