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Isaiah Berlin and Edited by Henry Hardy

Print publication date: 2002

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Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/019924989X.001.0001

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Concordance to Four Essays on Liberty

Concordance to Four Essays on Liberty

Chapter:
(p.375) Concordance to Four Essays on Liberty
Source:
Liberty
Author(s):

Isaiah Berlin

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199249893.003.0014

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IN THIS concordance, whose aim is to enable readers to find references to the original page-numbering of Four Essays on Liberty easily in the present volume, the first column lists the pages of Four Essays on Liberty, the second column specifies on which page of ...

IN THIS concordance, whose aim is to enable readers to find references to the original page-numbering of Four Essays on Liberty easily in the present volume, the first column lists the pages of Four Essays on Liberty, the second column specifies on which page of Liberty the opening words of the original page are to be found, and the third column gives those opening words (excluding headings) as they appear in Liberty.

(p.377) FEL

L

FEL page begins

ix

3

The first of these four essays

x

4

The main issues between

xi

5

and conduct

xii

5

philosophers when

xiii

6

of the basic terms

xiv

7

‘self-determinism’

xv

8

which we are then

xvi

9

Spinoza, most men

xvii

10

subscribe to determinism

xviii

11

different ‘levels’

xix

12

inspire Professor Passmore’s

xx

13

necessarily, to each other

xxi

14

would not think it reasonable

xxii

15

if we took determinism

xxiii

16

particular nexus between

xxiv

17

passage that I have quoted

xxv

18

can only escape

xxvi

19

altogether plausible

xxvii

20

the truth

xxviii

21

myself to have refuted it

xxix

22

but be conveyed

xxx

23

But this is so because

xxxi

24

enter imaginatively

xxxii

25

extreme eccentricity

xxxiii

26

more than this seems

xxxiv

26

unalterable patterns

xxxv

27

and extend our liberty

xxxvi

28

I recognize the fact

xxxvii

29

no way out

xxxviii

30

(b) whether the term ‘liberty’

xxxix

31

‘Nature’, which

xl

32

this in any quantitative

xli

33

by ‘team spirit’

xlii

34

eighteenth century

xliii

35

to deserve to be called

xliv

36

others, if I do

xlv

37

have taken this ‘negative’

xlvi

38

thought this too obvious

xlvii

39

form, is in far

xlviii

40

strong – a situation

(p.376) xlix

41

hard-and-fast rule

l

42

expense of efficiency

li

43

there exists such a thing

lii

44

everything is still

liii

45

relativity largely derives

liv

46

give the kind of reasons

lv

46

virtually useless

lvi

47

vision, a principle

lvii

48

exploit or dismiss

lviii

49

enthusiasm for common

lix

50

and finally to forget

lx

51

shown by philosophical

lxi

52

so critical that

lxii

53

certain evils

lxiii

54

political problems

1

55

Historians of ideas

2

56

The notion of ‘laws’

3

57

of time – was not

4

57

economic and political

5

58

Lytton Strachey

6

59

realization of that free

7

60

common to all

8

61

And yet to a casual

9

62

even legislation

10

63

a considerable degree

11

64

Marx with much

12

65

unbridled private

13

66

were the deepest

14

67

analysis of the character

15

68

essentially romantic

16

68

a doctrine which

17

70

a splendid disregard

18

71

Diderot or Saint-Simon

19

72

that which divided

20

73

slaves by nature

21

74

the flow of life

22

75

made by such great

23

76

they – even Sextus

24

77

psychological possibility

25

78

Orwell and Aldous Huxley

26

78

adjusted as to involve

27

79

old symbols

28

80

forms the obverse

29

81

continue to say

30

82

human souls’

31

83

In the United States

32

84

flourished, for instance

33

85

In this sinister fashion

34

86

scientific enquiry

35

87

of diagnosticians

36

88

this kind – the artificial

37

89

alignment of forces

38

90

eagerly today

39

91

economic organisation

40

92

more frequent ad hoc

41

94

Writing some ten years

42

95

affected the categories

43

95

so confidently prophesied

44

96

But whatever value

45

97

such as environment

46

98

civilisations or races

47

99

limited extent

48

100

There are many versions

49

101

theory, stated in

50

102

knowledge permit

51

103

the Life-Force

52

104

which puts obstacles

53

105

-fore no historical account

54

106

metaphor. To those

55

107

play their parts

56

108

ultimate ‘structure of reality’

57

109

shall have laws

58

109

laws’ which make

59

110

necessarily empty

60

111

demand justice from

61

112

irresistible – which truly

62

113

element; they enter

63

114

direction truly ‘scientific’

64

115

‘responsible’. I live at

65

117

To assess degrees

66

117

used, whereby history

67

118

known, to us

68

119

historians and sociologists

69

120

The proposition that

70

121

the sense of history

71

122

-evitable’ depends on

72

123

to convince ourselves

73

124

models, pure and unapplied

74

125

to be reminded

75

126

boundary between

76

126

everything, explain

77

127

compulsion of this type

78

128

relief from moral burdens

79

129

see why this or that

80

130

moment, as Taine

81

131

illusion, and with it

82

132

claims masquerading

83

133

seek to save

84

134

is responsible for much

85

135

or the complexities

86

136

For to treat what

87

137

cannot by definition

88

138

Pasteur as a benefactor

89

139

beliefs about the world

90

140

inaccuracy, or stupidity

91

140

-torians to suppress

92

142

historians differ from

93

142

are as creditable

94

143

as a rule, quantitatively

95

144

our historical language

96

145

and avoidable intrusion

97

146

be based on ignorance

98

147

grasp these rules

99

148

of the propositions

100

149

with nothing to contrast

101

150

merited perhaps, but

102

151

martyrs and the minorities

103

152

desirable to have

104

153

we can never know

105

154

prevent it will only

106

155

Two powerful doctrines

107

155

‘the unity of the knower

108

156

in one field than

109

157

invalid; and the desire

110

158

contemporary collapse

111

159

material factors – physical

112

160

there is no anxiety

113

161

effective younger sister

114

162

metaphysico-theological

115

163

our task to describe

116

164

to me to spring

117

165

little regard for experience

118

166

If men never disagreed

119

167

some cases violently

120

168

It may be that

121

168

ideas or spiritual forces

122

169

able to do or be

123

170

freedom. It is only

124

171

the interests of other

125

172

is not some species

126

173

‘economic’ – is increased

127

173

interference is to be drawn

128

175

would say of Occam

129

176

In the second place

130

177

connected with democracy

131

178

is a good deal more

132

178

and positive ways

133

179

if they were more

134

180

theories of self-realisation

135

181

I am the possessor

136

182

independent, on its

137

183

creatures at the mercy

138

184

tampering with human

139

185

men and things

140

186

losing their original

141

187

who, even while

142

188

all other obstacles

143

189

fallacious corollary

(p.378) 144

190

plan my life

145

191

Those who believed

146

192

order must in principle

147

193

of themselves’

148

194

the predisposed order

149

195

follow. In the ideal case

150

196

understand your true goals

151

197

aesthetic, justification

152

198

that only thus will

153

199

automatically be

154

200

to Sarastro’s temple

155

201

society, everything

156

202

taken to be

157

203

human, and therefore

158

204

or nation, than

159

204

‘organic’ view

160

205

Mill called ‘Pagan

161

206

can be substituted

162

207

at any rate to believe

163

208

of the fully qualified

164

209

as mercilessly as

165

210

rights, or the word

166

211

of what I mean

167

212

One belief, more than

168

213

of some of our ideals

169

214

perversity. Indeed

170

215

cannot be satisfied

171

216

-counter some unforeseen

172

217

and sense of their own

173

218

[I must begin by]

174

219

the centenary of the birth

175

219

Everyone knows the story

176

220

went through his first

177

221

spontaneity and uniqueness

178

222

conditioning human beings

179

223

whose religion breathes

180

224

in Jamaica

181

225

as a criterion of

182

226

unrealized; among

183

227

Mill had scarcely any

184

228

variety of human life

185

229

the essay after her death

186

231

amiable of rulers

187

232

always alter our views

188

233

great? Mill goes on

189

234

foundations for just

190

235

of opinion for its

191

236

will, is to prevent

192

237

damaging to them

193

238

Kant once remarked that

194

239

means Utilitarians and

195

239

the mere refusal

196

240

authority and the inevitable

197

242

revolt against this

198

242

Guardians. He thought

199

243

the ancient prescription

200

245

that. A quarter

201

246

formidable, they are

202

247

contemporary. On Liberty

203

248

ashamed, of this fact

204

249

of God was possible

205

250

He was the teacher

206

251

over nature, but

207

69

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