Liberalism with Honor
Harvard University Press, Apr 15, 2002 - Philosophy - 270 pages
Why do men and women sometimes risk everything to defend their liberties? What motivates principled opposition to the abuse of power? In Liberalism with Honor, Sharon Krause explores honor as a motive for risky and difficult forms of political action. She shows the sense of honor to be an important source of such action and a spring of individual agency more generally.
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The title of this work is misleading, as it is much more concerned with honor than with liberalism. Krause (government, Harvard Univ.) seeks to learn how and why people passionately defend individual ... Read full review