Political Philosophy / Political Theory


Individualism Oxford: Blackwell, 1973 and New York: Harper and Row republished by ECPR Press 2006 (new introduction)


‘The Politics of Equal Dignity and the Politics of Recognition,’ English version of ‘Die Politik gleicher Würde und die Politik der Anerkennung’ in Jürgen Mackert and Hans-Peter Müller (eds.), Moderne (Staats)Bürgerschaft. Nationale Staatsbürgerschaft unde die Debatten der Citizenship Studies. Wiesbaden, VS Verlag für Sozisalwissehnschaften, 2007, pp. 311-322

‘Torture and Liberal Democracy: Response to Levey,’ British Journal of Political Science, 27, 3, 2007, pp. 571-2

Liberal-democratic Torture’, British Journal of Political Science, 36, 1, 2006, pp. 1-16

Chapter on the British tradition of Liberal Socialism in Monique Canto-Sperber avec Nadia Urbinati (eds.), ‘Le Socialisme liberal‘, Paris, Editions Esprit, 2003

Epilogue: The Grand Dichotomy of the Twentieth Century’: concluding chapter to The Cambridge History of Twentieth Century Political Thought, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003

‘Liberalism for the liberals, cannibalism for the cannibals,’ Critical Review of Social and Political Philosophy, 4,4 Winter 2001

An Unfashionable Fox’ in R. Dworkin, M. Lilla and R. B. Silvers (eds.), The Legacy of Isaiah Berlin New York Review Books, New York,`2001

Isaiah Berlin in Conversation with Steven Lukes‘ in Salmagundi No. 120 (Fall 1998), 52–134.

Isaiah Berlin’s Dilemma: Must Pluralists be Relativists?’, Times Literary Supplement, March 1998

Humiliation and the Politics of Identity,’ Social Research, 31, 1998

‘Equality’ in German in W. Haug (ed.), Historisch-kritisches Woerterbuch des Marxismus, vol. 3, Argument, Hamburg, 1997

The Singular and the Plural: On the Distinctive Liberalism of Isaiah Berlin,’ Social Research, 1997

Social Justice: The Hayekian Challenge,’ Social Research, 1997

‘Toleration and Recognition’, Ratio Juris, 10, 2, 1997

‘Disaggregating the Dangers of Anti-liberalism’, Contention, 5, 1, 1995, pp. 167-175

Five Fables about Human Rights’, Oxford Amnesty Lecture in February 1993, published in Dissent, Autumn 1993

Equality and Liberty: Must they Conflict?” in D. Held (ed.), Modern Political Theory (1990, Cambridge, Polity Press)

Perspectives on Authority” J.R. Pennock, J.W. Chapman (eds.), Authority Revisited Nomos XXIX, 1987, New York, New York University Press

C. B. Macpherson and The Real and Ideal Worlds of Democracy” in A. Kontos (ed.), Powers, Possessions and Freedoms (McGill University Press, 1979)

‘State of Nature (A Review of Robert Nozick’s Anarchy, State and Utopia)‘ New Statesman, 14 March 1975.

“Socialism and Equality” in L. Kolakowski & S. Hampshire (eds.): The Socialist Idea: A Reappraisal (1974, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London), reprinted in Dissent, Spring 1975

“Individualism” in Wiener, P. (ed.): Dictionary of the History of Ideas (1973, Scribner’s, N.Y.)

‘No Archimedean Point (A Review of John Rawls’s A Theory of Justice)‘ Observer, 4 June 1972.

The Meanings of ‘Individualism”, Journal of the History of Ideas, 1971, XXXII, 1, pp. 45-66

“Social and Moral Tolerance”, Government and Opposition, 1971, VI, 2, pp. 224-8

The New Democracy” (with Graeme Duncan), Political Studies, 1963, XI, 2, pp. 156-177

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    Professor of Sociology
    D.Phil. 1968 (Sociology), B.A. 1962, Oxford University. Doctor of Letters, honoris causa, (LittD) 2009, University of East Anglia.

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