Developments in Idealist Political and Social Philosophy
This chapter examines the later developments in Idealist political philosophy. It begins with a detailed account of the political philosophy of Bernard Bosanquet examining his ideas about such concepts as the General Will, the state, freedom, and state interference and defending his account from some more common objections and misunderstandings. The chapter then traces the complex pattern of agreement, dissent, elaboration, and modification of these ideas that occurred in the work of Jones, Muirhead, and Haldane. The chapter concludes with examination of the Idealists' later views on education and on international relations.
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