In this collection, twelve philosophers, historians and political philosophers assess aspects of socialism.
Table of Contents
1. Can there be an 'after socialism' Alan Charles Kors; 2. The cultural contradictions of socialism Chandran Kukathas; 3. The idol of history James W. Ceaser; 4. Backwards into the future: neorepublicanism as a postsocialist critique of market society Gerald F. Gaus; 5. What's left of the welfare state? David Miller; 6. The roots and rationale of social democracy Sheri Berman; 7. An interpretation and defense of the socialist principle of distribution Joseph H. Carens; 8. Some feasible alternatives to conventional capitalism Norman Barry; 9. After socialism: mutualism and a progressive market strategy William A. Galston; 10. Sovereignty, commerce, and cosmopolitanism: lessons from early America for the future of the world John Tomasi; 11. Beyond fear and greed? Jeremy Shearmur; 12. Liberalism's divide, after socialism and before Jacob T. Levy.
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