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A Third Concept of Liberty:
Judgment and Freedom in Kant and Adam Smith
Samuel Fleischacker

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Abbreviations
Ch. 1Introduction3
Pt. IThe Nature of Judgment21
Ch. 2Aesthetic Judgment23
Ch. 3Moral Judgment32
Ch. 4Judgment and Freedom64
Pt. IIThe Politics of Judgment89
Ch. 5Proper Pleasures91
Ch. 6The Wealth of Nations (I): Judgment120
Ch. 7The Wealth of Nations (II): Virtue and Independence140
Ch. 8The Wealth of Nations (III): Helping the Poor161
Ch. 9Kant's Politics, Rawls's Politics (I): The Public Use of Judgment184
Ch. 10Kant's Politics, Rawls's Politics (II): Talent, Industry, and Luck215
Pt. IIIThe Freedom of Judgment241
Ch. 11A Third Concept of Liberty243
Notes279
Index329

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