- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- Preface: Return of the Native
- 1 A Cautious Embrace: Reflections on (Left) Liberalism and Utopia
- 2 Socialism and the New Liberalism<sup>1</sup>
- 3 Liberalisms in India: A Sketch
- 4 Liberalism and American Stories of Peoplehood
- 5 The Liberal Dilemma: The Economic and the Social, and the Need for a European Contextualization of a Concept with Universal Pretensions
- 6 The Problem of Political Parties in Western Liberalism, 1868–1968
- 7 Liberalism and Analytical Political Philosophy
- 8 Political Ideology and Political Theory: Reflections on an Awkward Partnership
- 9 Ideology, Political Philosophy, and the Interpretive Enterprise: A View from the Other Side
- 10 Civil Society and the Reconstruction of the Public Sphere: Ideologies between Theory and Politics
- 11 In Defence of Political Understanding?<sup>1</sup>
- 12 Getting ‘Real’ About Political Ideas: Conceptual Morphology and the Realist Critique of Anglo-American Political Philosophy
- 13 The Professional Responsibilities of the Political Theorist
- Michael Freeden: A Bibliography
- (p.1) Introduction
- Liberalism as Ideology
- Oxford University Press
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