By Gregory Claeys
This quantity set explores smooth and modern political idea given that 1750, the thinkers, techniques, debates, concerns and nationwide traditions that experience formed political idea from the Enlightenment to post-modernism and post-structuralism.
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Slavery, however, could not be defended, as it violated the freedom of the owned and corrupted the owner. Acton advocated both poor relief and free trade for the same reason: they enabled prosperity, which in turn encouraged liberty. Religion, as seen above, was a vital factor in creating the context for freedom. Christianity put forward ideas vital to the advance of freedom: protection of conscience, the church-state distinction, self-government, and alleviation of poverty. Yet in Acton’s sophisticated interpretation, the church was not always the vehicle for the delivery of these ideas to realization in history.