The Political Economy of the British Idealists

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The Political Economy of the British Idealists.

Ed. G. Callahan and J. Connelly


Contents


Part One: The Presuppositions of Political Economy

1.     F.H. Bradley: ‘Pleasure for Pleasure’s Sake
2.     T.H. Green: ‘The Practical Value of a Hedonistic Moral Philosophy’
3.     D.G. Ritchie: ‘What are Economic Laws’, from Darwin and Hegel
4.     J.A. Smith: “On Some Fundamental Notions of Economics.” Economic Review 23 (1913): 366-81.
5.     J.A. Smith: “Further Notes on Some Fundamental Notions of Economics: Capital.” Eco­nomic Review 24 (1914): 48-64.
6.     J.A. Smith: “Further Notes on Some Fundamental Notions of Economics: Labour,” Eco­nomic Review 24 (1914): 283-97.
7.     R.G. Collingwood: ‘Economics as a philosophical science’, 1925
8.     Michael Oakeshott: ‘Economics’ from Experience and its Modes


Part Two: Economics as a form of action

1.     R.G. Collingwood: ‘Political Action’, 1928
2.     R.G. Collingwood: ‘Utility’
3.     Michael Oakeshott: ‘On human action’, On Human Conduct
4.     T.M. Knox: “The study of economic activity”, Philosophy, Vol. 11 No. 42, pp. 146-62, 1936
5.     T.M. Knox: “Action”, Philosophy, Vol. 12 No. 48, pp. 413-23, 1937


Part Three: The State, the economy and the individual

1.     T.H. Green: "The right of the state with regards to property," in The Principles of Political Obligation
2.     T.H. Green: "Notes on Ancient and Modern Political Economy", The Principles of Political Obligation ed Harris and Morrow
3.     T.H. Green: ‘Liberal Legislation and Freedom of Contract’
4.     D.G. Ritchie: ‘Individual liberty and state interference’, from The Principles of State Interference.
5.     Bernard Bosanquet: Philosophical Theory of the State, ch. 1
6.     Bernard Bosanquet: ‘The role of political economy’, Philosophical Theory of the State, Ch. 2, § iii
7.     Bernard Bosanquet: ‘The market society’, Philosophical Theory of the State, Ch 10, § vii
8.     Bernard Bosanquet: ‘The division of labour’, Philosophical Theory of the State, ch 11, § v
9.     Bernard Bosanquet: ‘‘The Principle of Private Property’ in Aspects of the Social Problem
10. Michael Oakeshott: ‘The political economy of freedom’

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