Liberalism After Communism
Central European University Press, 1 jan. 1995 - 216 pagina's
In "Liberalism After Communism" distinguished Polish social scientist Jerzy Szacki discusses the spread of liberalism as the dominant political ideology of Eastern Europe since 1989 and analyses the widespread (but occasionally somewhat beleaguered) belief that the only way forward for the region is through a combination of liberal democracy and free market ideals. He defines liberalism in an East European context - in terms of its historical background, the lack of a liberal tradition in the region and its incompatibility with the communist state. He then goes on to raise the questions of individual autonomy, civil society, economic liberalism and the problems of democratic revolution in East European society, before looking at liberalism's future within the region. The Polish edition was awarded Menzione Speciale by the jury of the Premio Europeo Amalfi, 1994.
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11 A society without an economy
12 Limitations of the idea of civil society
13 Is this really protoliberalism?
14 The collectivism of Solidarity
Economic Liberalism A Neglected Path of Anticommunism
2 Direction of the reorientation
3 Various dimensions of the liberal reorientation
3 Who is a liberal in Eastern Europe?
4 A temperament or a philosophy of life?
5 The language of the rights of the individual
6 The problem of economic liberalism
7 A multitude of liberalisms
2 The myth of the golden freedom of old Poland
3 Economic backwardness and the absence of a liberal tradition
4 Noneconomic reasons for the weakness of liberalism
5 Liberal ideas in interwar Poland
6 Communism versus liberalism
Protoliberalism Autonomy of the Individual and Civil Society
2 A question about the liberalism of the democratic opposition
3 Antipolitical politics
4 Autonomy of the individual and individualism
5 Collective individualism
6 The private and the public
7 Towards a civil society
8 The problem of the theoretical tradition
9 What is civil society?
10 Civil society visavis the moral unity of citizens
4 Capitalism in a communist state
5 How can communism be liquidated?
6 A different civil society
7 Liberalism as a whip against the left
the perspective of the big leap
9 Capitalism as an ideological project
10 The sin of constructivism
11 The allure of authoritarianism
12 Pragmatism or etatism
13 The legacy of socialist etatism
14 The political crossroads of applied liberalism
Does Political Liberalism Exist in Poland?
2 Liberalism versus Christian values
3 The situational and doctrinal context
4 The line of division
5 Is dialogue possible?
6 The weakness of political liberalism
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