by Andrew Gamble (Author)
‘Capitalism may be teetering once again on the edge of a terminal crisis, but there are no gravediggers in sight. This time around not only are there no gravediggers there are no longer any rival economic systems either.’ In The Western Ideology Andrew Gamble demonstrates the contradictions and the resilience of the doctrines that define liberal modernity, and examines the contemporary possibilities for dissent and change. This seminal essay is published, for the first time, alongside a collection of Andrew Gamble’s writings on political ideas and ideologies, chosen to illustrate his thoughts on intellectual history and the history of ideas. Themes include the character of economic liberalism and neoliberalism, especially as expressed in the work of Friedrich Hayek, as well as critiques from both social democratic and conservative perspectives and from critics as varied as Karl Marx, Michael Oakeshott and Bob Dylan. The collection includes a new autobiographical introduction, notes on the essays and an epilogue putting the essays into the cotext of today's society. Andrew Gamble provides a unique exploration of the debates and the ideas that have shaped our politics and Western ideology. A companion volume After Brexit and Other Essays, focussing on political economy and British politics, is also available from Bristol University Press.
Publisher: Bristol University Press
ISBN-10: 1529217059, 1529217040
ISBN-13: 978-1529217056, 978-1529217049, 9781529217056, 9781529217049
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