Herbert Spencers Principle of Equal Freedom: Is It Well Grounded?
By George Bragues
Social philosopher Herbert Spencer (18201903) found worldwide fame by promising to provide a systematic and complete scientific account of human reality, culminating in a moral code oriented around the principle of equal freedom. Although his attempted proof of this principle is fundamentally flawed, it is possible to remove its defects and make Spencers moral theory viable.
|Other Independent Review articles by George Bragues|
|Summer 2020||Science and the Good:The Tragic Quest for the Foundations of Morality|
|Winter 2011/12||Portugals Plight:The Role of Social Democracy|
|Fall 2009||You and the State:A Fairly Brief Introduction to Political Philosophy|
|[View All (5)]|